Resolve stain remover for laundry used to be called Spray N Wash.
Once Resolve took over the brand, and reformulated it, there has been a mixed reaction of whether this change was for the better or not.
Here's some opinions from readers about this new version of an old product:
Don't waste your money on the traditional Resolve spray.
It is definitely not the same product that I was used to when it was the Original Spray N Wash, and that was used on my clothes when I was a kid.
I can't comment on any of the other versions like the Max or the stick.
It is no wonder why there are always sales on this product. Walmart even sells it in double packages.
I have switched to Shout and get much better cleaning power. Shout has different versions similar to Resolve.
All of my friends have switched to either Shout or Zout.
It is easy to tell that something is wrong with the formula Resolve is using now since some of us encounter the same stains on a regular basis (kids, work uniforms, etc.) and a product that once worked really well no longer can handle the job.
The last thing I want to do is waste time and money on the laundry, and that is why I gave up on Resolve.
Thanks for sharing your review of this product Connie.
I would love to hear from even more people who've used this pretreater (or one of the other versions of it) to share how it has for you, good or bad. You can share your review here, or read reviews of LOTS of other brands as well.
I Liked The Resolve All Stain Formula But It Is Discontinued Now
It looks like the Resolve All Stain is no longer available, as Walmart was the only store I was able to find it. I no longer see it there, but there is some other product in a small green bottle that has a sponge type of cloth that is for stains.
I don't see where it would contain the OXI formula that worked well for me when I was able to buy the All Stain form.
I always used All Stain for stains that I was not able to treat in advance of wash day as it had a way of breaking them down right before I loaded the clothes in the washer.
Teri I did some investigation and have confirmed that yes, this All Stain version of this product is discontinued.
That's too bad because in general, at least the reviews I've seen so far, have not been favorable for this brand of pretreater. Ironic that they would discontinue the one you liked to use.
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