Laundry Room Organization + A Giveaway!

Mar 6

As you know, lately I’ve been getting more organized in the high traffic areas around the house. I’ve spent a lot of time in the kitchen. Next up on my high traffic area hit list? The laundry room.

I’ve been working on it for the last several days and will be sharing some fun ideas / updates with you throughout the next several posts. I haven’t updated since I sold my old machine’s and bought the new set…

 

You’ll hear the story behind why the old set is gone and the new set is here. But some of you may remember the insane rattling that was going on.

Anyway, this is a great time to get the laundry room organized because…

1. Both of my boys are starting baseball = dirty clothes

2. It’s been raining like crazy. We need it but the fact that my front yard still isn’t done = more mud and dirt.

and 3. We’ve been tearing down and putting up the new fences around the house perimeter = even more dirty clothes.

Yup, check this out! With all the rain, the fences finally started giving way, which I knew would happen. They are very old…

 

I can’t make this stuff up, people…

You can see I will be tromping through the mud for the next week or more. So, when Biz challenged me to try their Stain Fighter? You can imagine I jumped on that opportunity. The amount of laundry I will be doing over the next few weeks…I couldn’t wait to try it!

By the way, I have no idea what happened to my sweet smelling boys. Suddenly my 7 and 9 year olds, as well as their clothing and socks (ewww!), smell like full grown teenagers. When did this happen and why didn’t someone tell me this would happen so soon?

I had never before used Biz and couldn’t wait to put it to the test on some of the kids (and my) dirty clothes….

 

I was so happy Biz offers a HE-safe Stain Fighter, which is what I used during this challenge…

Beyond baseball and the house projects, we have a wide variety of stains (and smells) found on clothing around this place. Biz worked great getting the dirt and food stains out of the kids clothing. Even those stains that were set in. I used it for both pre-treating and running a typical load of laundry. Worked awesome!

Want an example? Here is something we can all relate to with kids…the dirty knee area on jeans. I pre-treated with Biz…

 

And after being pre-treated and laundered…

Right? Pretty awesome!

And I can’t wait to put it to the test this coming mud-filled week as I work on fences with my crew!

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Haven’t tried Biz yet? Well, guess what – you can enter the giveaway below for a $20 gift card (to a location near you where you can purchase Biz), a Biz Laundry Bag, and a $1.50 Biz coupon….

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Giveaway is sponsored by yours truly…the girl that wants to help you get more organized. Especially in your laundry room!

Just enter below – no hoops to jump through! And be sure to come back tomorrow and next week to see how I whipped my laundry room into shape. I’ll be sharing some great laundry tips, ideas, and inspiration!

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comments +

  1. Julie says:

    grease and oil from cars
    thanks for the giveaay
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

  2. Sherri says:

    My toughest stains are my husband's clothes from his cooking job in a restaurant kitchen.

  3. Mrs. Rogers says:

    Definitely dried blood.

  4. My husbands sweatshirts when he cooks with oil.

  5. muriel says:

    Grease & oil stains.

  6. muriel says:

    Grease & oil stains.

  7. Kim says:

    Set-in grease stains on my 2-year-old's shirts, mostly from peanut butter.

  8. I have a 2-year-old and I'm expecting baby #2 in July. My toughest stains are definitely the random toddler stains and soon-to-be spit up and poop stains. The joys of parenthood, right?

  9. Melissa says:

    Definitely food stains- I am constantly spilling all over myself! =)

  10. Karen H says:

    Definitely food splatters on my husband's shirts.

  11. Monique says:

    With six boys ages 7-17, and one of them who believes the sweatier and dirtier the better…well, need I really say what my biggest challenge is? 🙂

  12. Unknown says:

    As gross as it is.. pet stains. If I am not paying attention and lock my cat in the bedroom she will "go" on the bedding. Thankfully the mattress is protected by an allergen cover!

  13. APE says:

    I would have to agree that oil & grease are my biggest stain issues with laundry too. Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. My husby works in a metal shop. He comes home everyday covered in black oil and metal shavings! I'd love to get some of his clothes actually clean. Plus I'm sure they'd come out smelling less of oil more of clean clothes! Great giveaway!

  15. LoriU says:

    Salad dressing oil stains! It never fails that DH gets a drip of salad dressing on his shirt. I can't complain since he is eating salad at least! LOL

  16. Leslie B. says:

    Armpit stains are the worst!

  17. Nicole says:

    Paint and grime from doing our renovations!

  18. rachel says:

    I struggle with oil and grease.

  19. Crystal says:

    Armpit and oil stains!

  20. Christy Lube says:

    Definitely grease stains!

  21. dandelion says:

    Tell me what your most toughest stains are.
    Cat waste front and back. Grease too.

  22. Jennifer says:

    Grass stains, spaghetti sauce, and honey mustard……3yr old son gets something on everything.

  23. Calli W says:

    grease! and spaghetti!

  24. my toughest stain is kids and food stains

  25. Kim Baca says:

    My most common and hard to get out stain would be dry erase markers!! My kids where a uniform to school and all their khaki pants have stains.

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