Friday, June 15, 2018


worst summer stains
It is time for some summer fun! Of course, along with barbecues, bike rides, and other summertime activities also often come pesky stains to deal with.  Here are some tips on cleaning five of the worst stain of summer:


Whether you have to fix the chains or just rub against them during a bike ride, bicycle grease can cause an icky mess.  The longer the grease is on fabric the harder it is to remove so time is of the essence when it comes to cleaning this type of stain. First, rub some dishwashing liquid over the stain to help breakdown the consistency of the grease.  Next rinse the fabric with the stain side facing down so water is running from the back of the stain to the front. Then throw it in the washing machine with your favorite detergent along with an extra boast of cleaning power by also adding powdered BIZ Stain Fighter into the load.


If you are like me and my kids, even as careful as we eat it still seems to be impossible to avoid spilling BBQ sauce on ourselves.  Pretreat the spot with liquid BIZ barely rubbing it in not more than so the stain is coated with the stain fighter. Rinse well with cold water. Then use a white cloth to dab white vinegar across the stain.  Rinse again.  Keep repeating these steps over and over again until you've removed as much of the stain as possible.


Grass stains are tough and the key is to fight them with enzymes.  Pretreat with BIZ Stain Fighter to let its Enzamix™ ingredients absorb into the stain.  Sprinkle some lemon juice on the spot before throwing into the washing machine. Wash with laundry detergent plus add in some more BIZ to the mix.


Who doesn't love ice cream?! Of course there is a lot to hate about ice cream stains. These are caused by an ingredient called locust bean gum that helps ice cream keep its shape.  The secret is to use nature to counter the stains caused by this natural ingredient.  The enzymes in BIZ will do the trick!

Here's what to do! Moisten the stain with liquid BIZ Stain Fighter by applying it with a soft sponge. Place the stained clothes in an airtight bag overnight. Rinse off with cold water the next day. Then wash the clothes like you would normally clean them.


I love strawberry sundaes on a hot day. Strawberries are such a refreshing and tasty fruit to enjoy during the summer. Unfortunately they can also cause some really horrible stains!

Just like with ice cream though these stains can be combated with enzymes.  Treat these stains in the same way as ice cream. If the stain is still there after going through the washing machine, soak it in a citric acid solution (1 part citric acid to 9 parts water) for a few hours.  Then toss it back in the washing machine again.  Remember to never put clothes in the dryer until you've gotten the stain out the best you can.



BIZ Stain Fighter is specially formulated to tackle tough stains. Different stains require different elements to eliminate them: detergents, whitening ingredients, peroxides and enzymes. BIZ incorporates all of these stain fighters into its ingredients. Plus because BIZ Stain Fighter is the only brand with Enzamix™, a unique blend of enzymes designed to quickly dissolve bacteria causing stains and odors from grass, sweat, blood and more, it has an edge in fighting stains. That combined with Biz incorporating all four key elements to treating stains together in one mixture is why BIZ works better than other brands.


BIZ is currently available as a powder, liquid, and liquid booster. Add these along with your normal detergent to every load of wash to boost your cleaning power and eliminate tough stains. The liquid is also great for pre-treating stains before throwing them into the washing machine. Coming soon is BIZ-ON-THE-GO a portable stain eliminator pen to help combat messes as they happen while you are out and about.

summer stains

A Geek Daddy is a BIZ Stain Fighter brand ambassador receiving complimentary product and posting sponsored posts throughout 2018. Stay tuned for more tips and stories about overcoming tough to get out stains using BIZ. For more information head over to

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