So Espro Sports Cleaner sent me some of their stain remover to try. What better time to try a sports stain remover than when you have a four year old in t-ball that has white pants as part of his uniform? No better time! My 12 year brother is also playing, and he also has white pants (by the way, what’s the deal with white pants and baseball???) and he gets his pants equally as dirty.
So I followed the directions and liberally sprayed both pairs of white baseball pants, and let it sit for 24 hours. Then I sprayed it again five minutes before I washed it.
Before, you can see lots of dirt and grass stains….
And after. It worked great on all of the new stains and grass stains, but didn’t get out the old set in stains like it claims. The reviews I read said that the more you use it the more it breaks down older stains. I would recommend this product though. It did what I expected it to do, plus it smells really good. In fact it can be used as an order eliminator too like Febreeze.
Espro Sports Cleaner can also:
-be used as a carpet cleaner
-works great on furniture (cloth or leather)
-great for baby stains
-will not harm colors (no bleach)
-safe to use around children and pets (yes!!!)
-environmentally friendly (contains no butyl, bleach, phosphates, chlorinated, petroleum, or other ozone depleting solvents
-safe to use on all fabrics
Always a bonus when a product can do double duty (or triple or quadruple!!!).
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