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Whether it’s makeup, sunscreen, or sunless tanner, you don’t have to jump through hoops to get rid of your ring-around-the-collar. This handy multitasker from The Laundress® eliminates pesky stains in hard-to-reach places and is perfect for hand washing or laundering on the go. Stash a bar in your suitcase and you’ll never have to worry about running out of clean clothes the next time you travel.
Great product so far, although I've only used it once. The scent is awesome, I can say that!5
This may become my alternative to the bleach pen! I'm always concerned that my good clothes will be marked from a stain remover pen. This is a great alternative and the Laundress wash and stain bar allows you to skip the washing machine (which you are supposed to do after using a stain remover pen). Of course, it's not as convenient as a pen, but if you value your clothes, take the time to use this product.4
This product has a great smell! I put it in my suitcase when traveling and it leaves my clothes with a pleasant air to them. I've not used it to actually launder anything, but it works for what I'm using it for very well!5
This is a great stain removing product, and a great addition to any Dopp kit for travel. Easily takes care of stains, and can help clean up clothes for long trips when recycling is necessary.5
Although the bar of soap is small, it makes it convenient to throw into a travel/gym bag. I really like the scent and it doesn't seem to dry my skin.4
Used it to clean a shirt on a recent trip. Did a good job and smelled fresh after.4
This is perfect for travel as it doesn't take up much space. The scent is very fresh4
I don't tend to get a lot of stains. I try to be careful. However, if I do especially while i'm traveling this will come in handy. The smell is a bit strong but i can deal with it.4
I tried using this on a small stain on my cotton/polyester polo. The stain was maybe grease from olive oil or butter, or possibly from fruit. I took off my polo, spotted the area with some water and ran the bar under the faucet once or twice. I tried to keep the scrubbing just to the contained area and used a paper towel to dab the soap and water. I did this about 3 times. I made a "cup" around the stain with my fingers from the under side of the shirt. After it dried (about 20-30 minutes) the stain seemed to be gone. If you don't have a tide pen, this is a good item for your desk or overnight bag. Depends on what material you spill on...4
Not a bad product-great smell, but I have little use for this. I stick to Tide-to-Go pens or Shout-Wipes for on-the-road stain issues...1