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Mike Rowe Knows Dirty {giveaway}

THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. I MAY EARN FROM QUALIFYING PURCHASES.

I have a serious dislike of stains. And, yet, they seem to be everywhere. I guess that’s the result of three kids, plus a cat, and a husband and I guess I should have myself on that list, too.

I almost always have some sort of oxygen boosting additive on hand for our laundry and the carpets because those are my go-to stain fighters. The newest line is Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty Complete, which has a higher concentration of oxygen powered enzymes! Those enzymes are tough on stains, but gentle on fabrics and surfaces!

Dirty Jobs

While there are several different products specific to each stain type, the heavy-duty stain remover seems to be the cure all. I’ve been adding it to all of our regular laundry washes (just 2T for a non-HE top loading washer, and not the cloth diapers) and I’ve noticed I’m not pulling out clothes with stains nearly as often. Of course, I know we have some previous stains, and some that have sat way too long, so it’s not a 100% win, but getting there. You can also add water and make a paste or add even more and make a spray stain remover. I think this one is pretty much the mother of all of their other products.

Dirty Jobs Complete review

Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs has recently become involved with MyDirty Jobs, LLC because of the effectiveness of the products. And, if you go check out his press release (there’s a coupon there, too), you’ll see the creators were open to a new way of marketing the products. (Seriously, check it out..it’s hilarious)!.

The Full line available at Walmart and Lowes and has over 101 uses (laundry, tires, carpet, couches, upholstery, counters, grout, tile and more!)

Mike Rowe says:

Get a $3.00 coupon for Dirty Jobs™ Complete.

Go to Walmart or Lowe’s.

Save three bucks.

Start looking and smelling better than average.

Help close the Skills Gap.

Feel good about yourself.

*I received the sample to facilitate the review. Opinions are my own. Prize fulfilled by sponsor.

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THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. I MAY EARN FROM QUALIFYING PURCHASES.

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4 Comments

  1. Marnie Byod says:

    Me too, stains really are so destructing to my eye.
    Are these products eco-friendly?

  2. Tiffany B. says:

    I have a new puppy, and could TOTALLY use this. I currently fight stains mostly on the carpet!

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