As-Seen-on-TV Products That Really Work
From stain removers to touchless trash cans, these items live up to their lofty claims.
Stain RemoverThe product: OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover.
The claim: "Tackles over 101 stains on multiple surfaces like carpet, upholstery, kitchen, and bath surfaces…and it's color safe and 100 percent chlorine-free!"
Test results: The tester said it removed an old red-wine stain from the front of a blouse and even made "the ugly armpit stains on my favorite white shirt disappear." Also, in a single swipe, it removed stains from her trash-can lid, leaving the lid sparkling white.
Take note: Before treating a stain, apply OxiClean to an inconspicuous area and allow it to dry. Do not use it on leather, silk (washable or otherwise), wool (washable or otherwise), wool-blend fabrics, or wool-blend carpets.
To buy: Cost: $5.80 for a 1 1⁄2-pound container, at major retailers. Return policy: One hundred percent satisfaction guaranteed. If at any time you are not pleased with your purchase, the company will "cheerfully refund the purchase price."
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