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Shout Free Stain Remover Review And Giveaway

In my house, hubby does the laundry. The reason for this is because our laundromat is located outside our home, in a remote basement of our condo complex, and my husband (a police officer) doesn’t want to send me alone to an isolated room to do our family laundry. That is good, because the idea of going there scared me so much that I actually just sent my laundry out to be done for me and delivered back to me when I was single, which cost a pretty penny. So each week, my husband takes our laundry bags, and whatever laundry detergents and products I give him, and marches off toward the laundry room alone with a magazine to read and clean our clothes. I love that man 🙂

laundry stain remover
We recently started to use Shout Free, a spray which helps to prevent stains on clothes by soaking a soiled item of clothing in a dye-free, 99% natural stain fighting formula until you are ready to wash it. Considering we only do laundry once a week, but have a son that makes a mess everyday (everything from writing on us with pens and markers to wiping his food-covered hands and boogers on us), something that allows us to salvage some of our clothes is fabulous. It’s horrible to watch your entire wardrobe evolve into a scavenger hunt for something that doesn’t have spots or stains on it, despite being freshly laundered. Obviously, washing our clothes wasn’t enough, we needed to treat soils as they happen or else our wardrobe would continue to diminish, and our favorite clothes will be distant memories.

So far we’ve done the laundry twice after using Shout Free stain fighting spray, and since we started to use it, my maternity clothes with spills and dirt have come back to me clean and wearable again. Considering how expensive (and short-lived) maternity clothes are, not having to replace them to be presentable in public is fabulous, and I’m wondering why I didn’t have a laundry stain fighting spray like Shout Free in my house previously. If you have kids, you should have a laundry stain remover! I love that Shout Free is mostly natural and doesn’t contain any harsh fragrances or dyes. We keep it near our hamper now so that we can spray spots when we toss our clothes in, preventing any soiling from becoming a permanent stain on our clothes while it sits there, waiting to be washed.

Shout is offering downloadable coupons on their Facebook page for Shout Free and Color Catcher with Oxi. You can learn more about their laundry products at the Shout website Shout It Out, and two readers will also have a chance to win Shout Free by leaving a comment below. Simply let me know if you use a stain removing spray, or something about your family’s laundry habits, and you are entered to win! Winners will be chosen Saturday from eligible comments.

I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Shout and received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

  • Amy Bentley

    My brother lives with me and he does the laundry 🙂

  • Katie Beatham

    As a mother of 4 I can use all the help I can get. When you get a stain and can’t wash clothes right away Shout is the best option.

  • Erica C.

    I’ve actually never tried a stain removing spray…I’d like to.

  • I use stain remover spray at least once a week. I have 3 very young kids so we have lots of stains. I’ve never heard of Shout Free. I wash the kids clothes in Tide Free so this is perfect.

  • BreeAnna McManus

    let laundry pile up over here and lots of time stuff gets eaten (by dog) so I am of no help

  • April Decheine

    I have been using Shout for years and years! It truly works on fighting stains.

  • Scarlet

    I used Shout stain remover and it is wonderful get the stains right out of clothes. It get out, grass, dirt, and food stains.

  • Evelyn Mayfield

    It would be great to try out this version of the product…

  • Shannon Baas

    I work in a industrial kitchen so my shirts often need this.

  • Terri L

    We only use cold water to wash clothes

  • Louise

    I love using Shout, I can’t wait to try this one too

  • Barbara Platt

    thanks for the info , I love it

  • Kelly

    When my regular bottle of Shout is gone, I’m going to have to get this when it runs out. All of my other laundry products are fragrance and dye free because of my family’s sensitive skin.

  • Bobbi

    I have to wear white shirts for work and I am always “shouting” when I get home

  • Don D

    I have to use it on my son’s football pants everytime they are washed!! But with 4 kids…seems there is always a stain to spray.

  • Mary C

    I use stain remover spray on all of my husband’s dress shirts.

  • nicole

    I use Shout all the time.

  • Right now I use Shout, but I didn’t know there was a Shout Free!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  • Katy P

    I use Resolve Max- but worry about it bleaching my clothes since it has peroxide in it.

  • Tia

    I do use stain removers.

  • Mindy Muellenborn

    Two kids + a husband = a lot of food, dirt and grass stains!

  • Heather!

    I do all the laundry in this house! I don’t mind it at all, though, because of all the household chores, laundry is probably the one I mind the least. The ONLY thing I really hate about it is putting the clean folded clothes away! That *should* be the easy part, but I just hate it, so our clothes sometimes sit, neatly folded, in a laundry basket for a week or more before I finally force myself to do it!

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  • Jennifer C

    I use a stain stick for clothing stains because I don’t always do the laundry immediately.

  • pat ramey

    i use shout all the time. I have a daycare and it works great for paint, washable crayons, clay,and all their other crafts.
    thanks for the opportunity.

  • Debbie jackson

    both hubby and son like dirt and grease so shout is a must here
    debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  • Debra Hall

    i use it for food stains

  • erma H

    Yes, I use a stain spray

  • pat ramey

    i use shout for stains of food in my daycare home.
    thanks for the opportunity.

  • Don Dyer

    I need stain removing spray with four kids in the house.

  • amy deeter

    im always using shout for my childrens stains

  • shawna

    I have a toddler so yes I use TONS of stain spray!

  • Pauline M

    I actually go through alot of Shout with my two kids. It’s amazing what types of food stains, magic marker stains, and all around dirt shows up on their clothing!

  • Valerie Taylor Mabrey

    I use tide stick every now and then

    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  • Loni

    We normally do not use a stain spray but probably should!

    Trippyjanet at gmail.com

  • Stephanie Showalter

    I currently use the shout wipes.

  • Diane Baum

    I have a terrible and am unsucessful time geting most stains out

  • charline

    A stain remover is a must in the house full of guys and a dog.

  • Desiree Dunbar

    I do use Shout on stains.

  • Christine

    do use a stain remover spray

  • Jennifer R

    I use stain removers on my laundry occasionally… I need to do it more often but I often forget. Thank you for the chance to win some new spray. reejen at comcast dot net

  • Sarah L

    I use the Shout stick and would like to try this.
    Thanks for the contest.

  • pat ramey

    i use shout in my licensed daycare home for the food stains on the childrens cloths

  • Don D

    Two kids in football and two tomboys = lots of stains and lots of stain remover

  • Terri L

    Always use cold water to wash!

  • Charlene Kuser

    I use a stain removing spray .My kids play sports so I have plenty of nasty stains to get out of
    their clothes.Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Breanne

    I use Shout

  • I have used Shout stain stick in the past. but the sprays I have used lately sometimes leave a nastier stain is it doesn’t get washed right after pre-treating. I would like to try the New Shout Free Spray. thanks for a chance 🙂