The Stain Remover That’s Saving My Life

The Stain Remover That’s Saving My Life

People call me the “Queen Of Bleach” because my house is sterile. White on white on white. Just to give you an idea, here is my living room/kitchen.

That is one WHITE sofa AMIRIGHT?!

I use bleach on everything from the loo to the couch. No seriously, I’ve bleached an entire sofa before. The addiction is the real real. Really though, you can’t just throw bleach on everything that leaves a mark. Which leads me to my other dirty little secret, and it’s called Spot Shot. And it is the ULTIMATE spot remover!

Recently, I found a lone marker cap. Any mom knows the true terror of that lone cap. It means there is a wet felt tip marker wreaking havoc on something in your home and someone is getting grounded. After a furious search of the first floor, I came upon this horror:

That right there is the inner corner of my WHITE sofa! Brought to you by this capless guy who was wedged in nicely between some cushions:

Sillyscent markers are NOT washable. They aren’t unless of course, you have a can of Spot Shot. Here’s a closeup:

This is quite honestly terrifying. Of course, I was 75% confident in its spot removing strength and 25% wondering if I’d have a tie-dye sofa after one spray.

Like something out of Stranger Things, this stain began to bubble and bleed.

Next, let the blotting begin. Don’t be cheap with the paper towels either. I used an entire roll.

My hands may have been turning blue but something miraculous was occurring…

The stain was lifting!

And the whole church said AMEN!

Finally, here is the official AFTER photo, the stain is legit GONE:

The even better news is that nobody got grounded thanks to the spot shot stain remover!

Brishen is originally from New York but has lived in Florida fourteen years which now means that she freezes when the temperature drops to 75 degrees. She's married to her best friend Kevin. They are cemented together through sarcasm and witty flirtations. Through God's grace, they are the parents to Declan (5) and Connell (2). They live with another couple, Jake who's 47, and Ellie is 36 according to The American Kennel Club. She is a stay at home mom though she is relentless in trying to escape the daily grind of laundry and bleaching EVERYTHING. She finds refuge in pilates and in helping others. She hosts an annual blessing bag party. Then with her family distributes the bags all over Tampa Bay. She is diligently trying to raise boys into men that will restore faith in humanity one kind act at a time. She thinks the key to life is not to take oneself too seriously. A sense of humor and a strong cup of coffee don't hurt either. Her suburban journey can be followed as on Instagram.