Today I tried using Biz for the first time. Normally, I use a different stain fighting liquid along with my detergent but since Biz contains more stain fighting ingredients than my usual brand, I was more than happy to give Biz a try.
There were a bunch of tough laundry stains accumulating in my Biz bag. (That’s a bag to store stained items that really need Biz attention.) In the bag were: muddy dog prints on a towel, ground in dirt and Georgia clay on socks and a four day old coffee stain on my husband’s shirt. Why in the world did we not pre-treat that shirt sooner? Ack!
I pre-treated the shirt with Biz but I feel like I should have treated it much sooner. I didn’t pre-treat anything else. I just added the Biz to the laundry along with my detergent and washed everything on hot.
I was pretty impressed with how well Biz treated those deeply stained socks. I mean, it’s really, really tough to get out Georgia clay and those white parts look whiter than I expected them to. The stains were completely gone from the towel and the coffee stain, though it needs more treatment was much fainter than it had been.
See how the bottle says that it beats Oxi Clean? (It also went up against Clorox 2 and Purex 2 and beat them all in head-to-head independent lab tests.) I’m going to have to agree. I usually use Oxi Clean and I feel like this did a better job. I said it earlier and I’ll say it again, I was impressed. My daughter came into the the laundry room when I pulled out the socks. She couldn’t believe that they were as white as they were. I mention that because earlier this week she called her brother to move his socks to the Biz bag because she wouldn’t even touch them. Yep. That really happened. Today, she had no problem picking them up. That’s should go on the comparison chart too, if you ask me. Sister will touch the socks vs. sister will not touch the socks.
Do you use Biz? What do you think about it?