Sunday, June 21, 2009

Zout Stain Remover Giveaway Closed

"Zout® is the original stain remover that was developed in the early 1960s as a professional cleaning solution for doctors' and nurses' uniforms. Today, Zout® has been engineered with an advanced Triple Enzyme Clean™ technology for a wider variety of fabrics and stains. Enzymes are specially designed to help break down specific stain types so that they can be more easily removed in the washer. The two leading stain removers only contain one enzyme in their formula, but Zout® contains three different enzymes. The first enzyme helps removes tough protein stains - such as: Blood, Grass and Sweat; the second enzyme works on starch stains - like Tomato & BBQ Sauces; and the third enzyme targets oily stains - like Salad Dressing, and Margarine. "

I was given the opportunity to try Zout! One of my favorite shirts had an oil stain from salad dressing so I thought I was start what that. I sprayed it on the stain let it sit for several minutes and washed in warm water. I was pleasantly surprised to have the stain gone.

They are giving one of my readers a chance to win a bottle!

How to enter:

Stop by Zout then come back and leave a comment on what you would use it on.. Want more entries? Blog about this giveaway and leave a post that you did and where. You can also subscribe to my blog / be a follower / grab my button / or tweet with me /for additional entries! Winner will be picked using random.org. Contest will end June 28, 2009 9:00 PM EST.

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susan said...

It would definitely be used on a multitude of food stains!

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Julie said...

my husband's work jeans- he works in maintenance at a retirement complex

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Ben and Melissa James said...

I would use Zout on everything...food, poop, etc.

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Connie said...

My problem is oily stains - mayonnaise and salad dressing seem to be the two worst. I've yet to find anything that really takes them out.

jessilynn said...

Oh definately my son's work clothes. Thank you!

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Jami said...

Probably mostly grass stains since it's summer!

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CM said...

spaghetti sauce freckles, either from cooking or the fling from eating!! After all, you can only have so many polyester prints in dark colors!!

Amanda, Kevin, and Landon said...

I would use it on the many baby stains that we have around here!

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Lee said...

I'd use it on my husbands work clothes for sure and on my daughters clothes to remove various stains.
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spoodles said...

I'd use it on my messy children's clothing!

Kristy said...

I thnk my top 3 would be grass stains, mud and grease!

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LeBizyB said...

I need a great stain remover product which has been so far hard to find. This product can be used on stains such as such as: Blood, Grass and Sweat; the second enzyme works on starch stains - like Tomato & BBQ Sauces; and the third enzyme targets oily stains - like Salad Dressing, and Margarine.


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Annie said...

My hubby does most, if not all of the cooking and the food has a way of making it onto his clothes!

I could use this product to get the stains out of his shirts and pants!


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throuthehaze said...

i would use it on some food stains

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HODGEPODGESPV said...

my dh is a stain magnent. if this will get them back to white, i will be the happiest camper in the universit!

Sylvia said...

I would try it on mustard stains
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Linda said...

I would use it on the grass stains on my son's pants.

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Henrietta said...

I would use them on the million coffee stains I seem to get on myself :)

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Tj and Amy said...

I would use it on my daughters stained clothes. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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Tracy said...

I would use it on my husband's grease and oil stains.
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Heather said...

I'd use it on baby food stains.
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swest72766 said...

I would use it on the red clay dirt we have here in the south,not to mention with it being summer and all the stains that come with BBQ,mustard,BBQ sauce,etc!And then again my husband drives a truck so grease is a common occurrence!

melissa said...

I would use it on my sons football clothes! Yukkkk!
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wigget said...

i would use it on food and dirt stains

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Wendy O said...

I use this daily so it would continue to be used on just about every piece of clothing my kids wear. It's the best stain treatment I've found yet.

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DG said...

I would use this definitely on food stains!

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Barbara P said...

I would use Zout on my son's clothes. He always manages to get something on it. As well as mine and my husbands clothes.

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Rose M Mitchell said...

I would use Zout on my grandkids muddy clothes. They love playing mud pies.

Julia said...

i, too, have a shirt that has an oil stain on it. it's been there for over a year and won't come out! maybe this will help!

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Danielle said...

With 4 little ones, we have a variety of stains such as chocolate, ketchup, grass, mud, ink, and several unidentifiable ones as well. I would use Zout to get all of them out.

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Jackie said...

Most of the stains I have to remove are food stains. I don't think I can make spaghettti sauce without getting it on my shirt...and it always seems it splatters on my white shirts. Thanks for the review and giveaway!

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amywarren said...

i love zout!! it was the only thing that got the grass and mud stains out of the bottom of my wedding dress. i had never heard of it before then, but a landy in the cleaning aisle swore by it, and she was right!

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spitfyr323 said...

I'd use it on the grass stains that I know my stepson will get on his clothes this summer!

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Lori said...

My son is a HUGE blueberry fan but not a fan of washing his hands or face, I think you can draw your own conclusions here.
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abergdall said...

I love this stuff!

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Emily E. said...

I would use this on my daughter's clothes. That girl sure can make a mess!

Emily E. said...

I would use this on my daughter's clothes. That girl sure can make a mess!

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Anonymous said...

I love Zout... it's the only stain remover in my arsenal!
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Judy said...

all kinds of food stains-we are messy!
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clenna said...

Grass and food stains! I need this.

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Courtney said...

I love that this works on set in stains so I'll definitely put it to the test on my kids' dirty clothes!
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Nancy said...

I would use Zout on my husband's umpire shirts. Softball umpires get lots of sweat and red dirt on their white shirts!

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Felicia & Brandon said...

I would use it on mu son's clothes. There's always food stains!
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barbara said...

would use it on grease stains and on grass stains after my husband cuts the lawn.

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Ms. Soapbox said...

my kids clothes!

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Marla said...

Tomato and blood stains. I have frequent troubles getting these stains out. Thank you for the giveaway.

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JamericanSpice said...

I would use it on my dh's work clothes and all the stains made by my kids.

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I am a subscriber via email. thanks!

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I am also a follower. Thanks again!

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rachel0 said...

all kinds of baby-made and kid-made stains including poop and grass stains!!

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reaping joy said...

I would use it on tomato stains. If I could find anything that would work on that I would be ecstatic!

Thanks for the opportunity,
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Deedee said...

I'd use it on baby clothes... so many stains!

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Whitney said...

I have to say food stains. My DH can't go out to eat without dropping something down his shirt.
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Lisa said...

I have a six-year-old and a two-month-old - what wouldn't I use it on? LOL Poop, spit-up, dirt, grass stains, you name it.

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Kendra Field-Bennett said...

I've got 3 boys...lots of stains!

Liz said...

I'm a slob and I have 2 kids--there are always stains! With my daughter, I am forever using stain remover on yogurt spills!

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Pattijhs said...

I already use Zout on everything. I do have a question tho...do you pronounce it as a single word? For some reason, I have always prononced it as Z-out. Am I wrong? I'm not wrong about thinking it's great on stains tho!!

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Lorie and Bill said...

I have a white skirt that I got black mascara (urggh - don't ask) on and I have not been able to get it off.
Thanks for the chance to win - I may just buy it, I've tried everything else.

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one frugal lady said...

I would use Zout on baby spit up for my youngest child, and for grass stains for my older children! This would be great!
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Tamara B. said...

With the weather here at 115 heat index I would use this on my husband's dress shirt collars.

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Stefany said...

I love Zout! I would use it on the baby food stains. Oh my, that stuff is bad! Not to mention the nasty vitamin stains!

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audreysattic said...

I would use it on any and every stain we get on our clothing

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Terri said...

I would use it on oily stains on husband's work clothes and also food stains on other clothes.
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Sarah said...

I'd use it on my daughter's clothes. Usually food gets all over her clothes!
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AudreyO said...

I cook a ton. I don't wear an apron. I am forever staining my own clothes.

Cheryl said...

i would use it to get rid of the food stains i am cover in after cooking!

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McDuffy said...

I'd tackle some ring around the collar.

Lisa said...

It would be used on grass stains!

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i would use it on my toddler's clothes - every stain imaginable
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Terra H. said...

I'd use it on all stains that are on the dirty clothes, especially the grass and juice stains from my boys' clothing.
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Amber Liddle said...

Someone gave me a bottle of Zout for a baby shower gift and it was a godsend. It works wonders for formula spit up stains, and now that my DD is one, it works well for all the stains that come with her feeding herself!

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Justin and Ashley said...

I would use it on food stains!

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Kristy said...

I would use this on my shirts my daughter spits up on!

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Cathy said...

My husband is a mechanic and evryday he comes home covered in oil, gas, brake fluid, mud, rust and anything else you can imagine. So I am sure I could find some uses for it!!

Cathy said...

Well, if it works as well as advertised this will work great with my messy 3yr old!

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I would use this on the many food stains we have on our daughter's clothes.

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Amanda said...

I would use it on food stains like strawberries and blueberries...oh and breastmilk!

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i would use zout on my new dress i got that i splashed oil on while i was cooking dinner.

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bavaria said...

It would definitely use is most on the boys pants and shorts :)

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