What follows are quite a few BIZ Stain Fighter reviews from readers. This is one of the most popular presoaking and bleaching products on the site, at least with my readers, and this is the THIRD page I've had to create for reviews so far!
For anyone who must deal with laundry stains Biz is the best. I use it as a presoak, and as a booster to the wash.
As far as laundry goes I am in the same position as Lisa. I have to deal with all of the baby type stains as well as the stains on sports uniforms like blood, grass, and grime.
To top it off I drive for a Courier service and tend to spill things like coffee and soft drinks on my uniforms.
BIZ is the best presoak I have ever used. I buy the largest box I can find.
I am constantly soaking clothes and I would also recommend BIZ to anyone who has lots of stained laundry, but even if you don't have the issues with stains it is well worth using as a whitener if you have to wash a many white shirts.
My sister works at a business where white shirts are required and after she discovered how well it worked for me she got hooked on adding a scoop to every load.
It works wonders on both white and colored clothes.
I have used Biz for several years. It is the best presoak and laundry additive I have ever used.
I recently had one of those mornings where the baby spit up all over my robe and then I managed to spill coffee on it, all within the course of an hour.
Before I left for work I put my robe in the washer and soaked it with this stain remover. When I returned home I ran it through the wash with another dose of Biz and ERA detergent, and the stains were gone.
I also keep a separate soak bucket for the baby clothes that I just keep adding to until I have enough to wash a load, which I might add does not take very long!
This product is great in getting out all kinds of stains including formula, fruit and vegetable juice, and of course coffee.
Presoaking is like having a partner in the chore of laundry.
BIZ Handled A Big Laundry Challenge For Son's Laundry From Camp
My son just returned from camp, and of course he brought back several weeks worth of very dirty and stained clothes, including grass, blood, ketchup, juice, and some "mystery" stains.
Needless to say it took a few days to work through this mess. Everything was really dirty, and most everything was really stained!
I call the process "piece meal" soaking with BIZ powder and washing (with Wisk detergent), as I sorted all of the clothes into piles and presoaked and washed as I was able to fit it into my busy schedule.
After all, a few more days would not matter as these stains were really old.
I also had to line dry everything so as not to chance setting any remaining stains.
I soaked a minimum of 6 hours for each pile of clothes.
With the exception of a few dozen formerly white socks, everything came out great.
As to the socks they were definitely several shades lighter and certainly smelled better after the initial soak and washing. I will presoak them again when they hit the wash next week.
I highly recommend BIZ for presoaking old stains. In addition it is a great booster to the wash when laundering white shirts.
Next month my son returns to school and the ritual of washing white shirts resumes!
I starting using BIZ when I worked at a produce market and acquired different colored stains from fruit and vegetables, red, green, etc.
My boss told me about this product as she knew (from personal experience) that it was the only laundry presoaker and booster that worked well on these type of stains.
Since we had to wear white shirts at the market I would just presoak all of them at once whether they had stains or not, because BIZ is a great product for keeping whites looking good.
I now work in an office so stains on my work shirts are much less frequent, but I still use it to launder my white shirts!
BIZ is one of the most important tools I have for removing stains in the laundry.
It has taken out grass, blood, different types of baby food and formula (including ugly spit ups), fruit juice, etc., in addition to popsicle stains.
I am a major advocate of presoaking stained laundry.
I will typically sort most of the "non baby" laundry the day before I wash, then set up any needed soaks, and the next day run my washes back to back.
Of course for baby laundry that is an every day affair, and something is always in a soak bucket, but since most of his clothes are light colored or white they can generally soak longer without a problem.
It does not take long to pile up enough to justify running a wash for the baby.
The best part is that presoaking does most of the work without my intervention, which is really important in my time pressed world.
Most of my friends use BIZ and agree that if you can't get a stain out with it, the spot is probably not going to come out.
Anyone Working In A Restaurant Should Use This Stuff!
I became a loyal user of this product right after I started working at the restaurant, as my co workers said it was their favorite for getting out food and drink stains, along with the many messes their kids get into.
I hope you enjoy this gift, and stop by again soon!
CAUTION: This website is provided for informational purposes only. It is provided as is, without warranties or guarantees. Some stains and messes just won't come out, and are permanent. Further, some cleaning methods can harm your item, so if what you want to clean or launder is sentimental or expensive call a professional. See disclaimer of liability for more information.