Meet The Last Stain Remover You'll Ever Buy

Meet The Last Stain Remover You'll Ever Buy

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If you're like me, you'll read the title of this blog and think, "what's so special about stain remover?". I mean it hardly deserves it's own blog post right? WRONG! I was once naive like you and didn't know about the Buncha Farmers Organic Stain Remover. I didn't know it was pure-freaking-magic. I know now though, and I'm going to share this knowledge with everyone I know, that includes you wonderful people!

Buncha Farmers is a Canadian based company that started in 2005 with a few farmers and local artisans in the Greater Toronto area. They started developing organic and natural products for wholesale distribution. They're still small, but they're growing! They're available in a few states within the US and every province in Canada! What I love is the amount of love and attention they put into their products. They offer some amazing items and are very aware of every single ingredient that's going into the production of their products. This means you can pronounce everything on the label and never have to wonder what the chemicals inside their products are doing to your child's skin, or to your family's environment.

There's a lot of organic and natural products on the market right now that frankly don't seem to cut it on getting the job done. When I first looked at how this stain remover comes in the packaging I definitely said out loud, "it's a stick? Oh this definitely isn't going to work". I'm apparently a reach non-believer when it comes to stain remover. The reality is that I spill EVERYTHING and it's a miracle if my husband makes it through a meal without wearing some of his food. We lose so many shirts (and pants) a year to salsa, butter, bacon grease (that might be worth it), and from anything that's on my hands when I find myself wiping my hands on my clothes. We have tried so many stain removers, and now that we have Marcus? HA! Nothing even stands a chance in our house.... until now.  

Could you just tell me about this Stain Remover Now? 

Hopefully I have your attention now about how awesome this stain remover is. It lives up to all it's hype. You can definitely check out videos online of this bad boy in action and you will have a reaction similar to mine. Here I am, just watching a video, expecting to see some cool results, and then I literally had to REWIND THE VIDEO and call my Husband over!! THIS magical, natural, organic,"doesn't-look-like-much stick" DISSOLVED lipstick stain on cloth. I'm so not kidding. I'm talking bright red, set in lip stain on white cloth, and this stain remover dissolved it within seconds. Check out the video here.

Okay, How Does it Work?

I told you, it's magic! There's two different ways to use the Stain Remover. You can wet the stick and rub it directly onto the stain then throw it into the washing machine or hand wash it, or you can actually grate the stain remover on a cheese grater and then dissolve it into water. The spray technique is actually what I watched dissolve the lip stain. Some suggest using a toothbrush to rub the stain out even more before washing the stain out, and that seems to work very well! If you are using Cloth Diapers, this is going to be your new best friend! 

Here's some other amazing facts about this Buncha Farmers Stain Remover:

  • It smells fantastic.

  • It works on grass, red wine, ketchup, blood, grease, underarm stains, and so much more

  • It can be used on fabrics, car seats, even walls and lace! Anywhere you have a stain, this remover should be your first go to

  • It's incredibly affordable and makes the PERFECT addition to any perfectly put together Baby Shower basket!

As parents, we know there are stains that just won't come out, but you better believe I'm actually waiting until my son's next blowout to see the magic of this stick removing the stain! I honestly believe there is NO stain that this stick can't get out! This is a must have as a parent, or frankly, a must have as a human being who spills!

Written by Katelyn Bozada

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