ENTER TO WIN: No Stain Is Sacred! – Win Two (2) 100oz Bottles Of Tide!!


Whether it is a stain that you got on the first date with your spouse or a peanut butter stain that resembles Elvis, some stains may actually be worth keeping.

Well, at Tide, no stain is sacred…not even a Joe Montana stain! Remember this great ad from the Super Bowl.  So funny!! I love when commercials actually deliver on the immense Super Bowl hype.

Tide - No Stain Is Sacred

You can check out this and so many other hysterical videos on Tide’s YouTube Channel!!

How about the Stain Saver!! LOL! You know, as they say in Paris…Gracias!

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One (1) lucky Lady and the Blog winner will receive two (2) 100 oz. BIG Bottles of Tide to get rid of all those stains…at least the ones you don’t want to keep for posterity…;o)

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  1. No I don’t have any savable stains, nor want any


  2. I don’t have a savable stain. I try to get them out of clothes as much as I can.

  3. I suppose most savable stains would either be blood, to remind you of an injury, or something related to children and their crafts. I haven’t encountered either at this point. Maybe some day on the blood stain though. I will keep my fingers crossed for a massive flesh wound worth remembering!!!!

  4. Well with three kids, there are stains everywhere and Tide is amazing at getting them out. Thanks for the contest!

  5. I’m pretty obsessive about getting out stains. I’m going nuts right now – the plumbers were unable to fix my washer drain and the laundry is piling up!

  6. Living on a farm and plenty of animals in and out all day and night…sure I do..

  7. I have a shirt that was signed (in Sharpie) by Penn and Teller. I don’t wear it anymore, though!

  8. I have a white sweatshirt that my daughter wore to softball practice and got hit in the mouth with a softball. I kept it as a reminder to always watch the ball!

  9. I have a t-shirt that me and all of my girls wear to dye our hair there are a lot of memories in that shirt good and bad! Purple hair pink hair and the perfect color hair. [email protected]

  10. most stains can be taken care of if you act fast. my daughter gets bloody noses, and if I take care of the stain right away it goes away, but if I don’t know about it or don’t get to it right away, there is no saving it.

  11. Have no savagely stains, but I am a 4 th generation Tide user. Would not use anything else

  12. I don’t know about savable but we have lots of stains!
    Thank you.

    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

  13. No savable stains on me but my grandson is a different story!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

  14. My husband is an umpire for softball and baseball, and luckily most of the stains are very minor and manageable.

  15. I learned from numerous skinned knees from my boys and their skateboards and bikes that peroxide works wonders getting out blood stains

  16. No intentionally savable stains….but some that I just can’t seem to get rod of!

  17. My son always drops food on his t-shirts, normally when he’s wearing a new white one!

  18. I just saved my daughter’s shirt from an art mess she did at school by treating it as soon as she got home with Tide products. Thanks Tide!

  19. No intentionally savable stains, only unintentional stains that stick around!
    blue65829 at aol dot com

  20. The only stain we have right now is pineapple juice on my daughter’s onesie. Although I’m sure if I dug through the laundry there’d be something.

  21. I have a granddaughter and grandson who play softball/baseball in upstate SC red clay. The granddaughter is a catcher. Need I say more. The uniforms have to last a season. Thanks for this giveaway We NEED it!

  22. I have no patience for savable stains, I tend to just get a new one (I know, lazy way out!)

  23. I just found out how to get the oily stain off the inside of men’s dress shirt collars. With my husband working in a professional setting, he wears dress shirts daily. [email protected]

  24. Not really – but I have been using Tide Pods on my son’s greasy clothes and have been amazed with the results. I would love to win this 🙂

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  25. i do not have a saveable stain! i have to get them all out and right away!!!

  26. I have the yellow-ish deodorant stains in my daughters shirts I can’t seem to get out :/

  27. I have lots of saved stains, but because they were unremovable, not because they were savable! LOL
    (Email submitted but hidden)

  28. I have a blood stain on the measuring tape from when my daughter was measured after her birth.

  29. well there are some sharpie permanent marker stains on my kids clothes

  30. Do you have a “savable stain?” Please leave your email.

    coffee stains are killin me

  31. My husband needs a bib to eat, I have lots of stains to get out.
    mendyd15 at yahoo dot com

  32. No. I can’t think of any stain that would be savable. Except, maybe the Shroud of Turin. j/k:)

  33. my husband leaves pen in his army uniform ALL the time so I have to get those ink stains out

  34. No Savable stains in this house! I want them all out! I love tide, it’s my favorite detergent and I always buy it when it’s on sale…would love to win some for my families laundry. With a husband, kids and eight dogs, three of which are rescues, and occasional other rescue fosters here, I go through a lot of laundry detergent and do laundry every day so it would come in handy to win some. Thanks a million.

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