Product Type: Wizz Household Cleaning
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Wizz Fabric Stain Remover
Member Name: MEL0611
Wizz Fabric Stain Remover
Advantages: Low price (Maybe!!!)
Disadvantages: Waste of money, did nothing at all to help the stains
I normally just throw my dirty washing into the washing machine and add my washing tablet and my fabric softener, however my other half has recently been wearing a shirt and tie to work, they had shirts printed with his Company logo on and since then I have been struggling to get the back of his collar clean and as he works with dirty engines and cars there are also the odd bits of oil that just won't budge, when I was in the local Supermarket I was looking to see what was about and settled on buying a bottle of the Wizz Oxi Fabric Stain remover. There were a number of different fabric stain remover products and I settled on this one as it was a little bit cheaper than some of the others, here are my thoughts on the product.
The bottle of the Wizz Stain remover was brought in my local Tesco Supermarket but I have seen that you can get it in most supermarkets as well as high street shops such as Wilkinson's and B and M, I am sure I even spotted it in my local Poundland on the one occasion. It cost me 99 pence so not a bad price, if it didn't work, I guess I have not lost too much. The other stain remover products were all above the £2.00 mark so this is a cheaper alternative I guess.
The bottle is a plastic one and there is a label on the front and the back. There is the logo on the front and on the reverse are some really clear instructions. They tell you what ingredients are in the product and I guess the main one is that you need to use this spray on your fabric and leave it for half an hour and then you are able to put the washing in the machine as normal and await the results.
To begin using the product, there is a nozzle and a blue plastic handle that needs to be pushed down to allow the spray to come out, it came out as a fine mist and there was a light fragrance to it but nothing to perfumed, it was quite faint really and after using this a couple of times I didn't really notice it. The spray is clear when you spray it and then it goes a sort of cloudy colour on the product. I used this on the shirts and put them in the wash on a 40 degree wash.
When I went to see the shirts after the wash cycle had finished, I have to say that I was a little disappointed. Whilst the stain had faded a little bit, it was still evident and where there were a couple of marks on the pocket of the shirt, I was disappointed that these hadn't been removed at all. I did try using the stain remover again but sadly it was the same results, I even used the stain remover on a couple of towels and washed them at a higher wash but again, I think it was the hotter wash that was the key and not the stain remover!
In summary, I am sure you have guessed that I will not be recommending this one. I hate throwing things away but it is not like this would have helped anyone else so sadly it got thrown. The stain remover is not one for me and in future maybe it will teach me not to always buy the cheapest product.
2 out of 5 from me on this one
Thank you for reading
Summary: A waste of time and money!
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