Mom in Training: CLOSED: Raise Underarm Stain Remover Review/Giveaway 4-18

April 4, 2011

CLOSED: Raise Underarm Stain Remover Review/Giveaway 4-18


Product Description :
Raise Underarm Stain Remover is the first ever stain remover to effectively eliminate underarm stains as well as ring around the collar.  This product is best used by pre-treating the entire stain, rubbing together (or using a small brush) and letting it sit for 15-20 minutes before laundering. Raise Underarm Stain Remover was featured in the March issue of Shape Magazine. 

My Take:
So do you think this sounds like something that could save you tons on those white shirts you were about to toss out?  Well, you're right!  My husband wears white t-shirts underneath his work uniform and I've tried just about everything on them to remove the ring around the color.  Pre-treaters, bleach, all sorts of stain removers. Luckily the latest batch I hadn't tried using bleach on yet so they were prime testing grounds for the Raise Underarm Stain Remover.  And to my amazement the yellowish/brownish stains around the collar area were faded after using the Raise Stain Remover.  WOW, now I don't have to go buy him new shirts every few months to save him the embarrassment of wearing the old nasty discolored ones.
And just incase you are still skeptical then check out their guarantee: 
Our Promise Raise is fully guaranteed to work to your satisfaction or we will refund your full purchase price, no questions asked. We cannot refund shipping costs. Please just return the unused portion of the product you ordered and we will process the refund or replacement of the product as you wish. 

Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a bottle of Raise Underarm Stain Remover. This giveaway will end April 18th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

Mandatory Entry: (Mandatory entry must be completed first or bonus entries don't count.) Tell me how you currently treat/remove stains.
 
Here are the Links you will need for Bonus Entries (1 entry each):
• Follow me via Twitter
• "Like" me on Facebook
Follow me on Networked Blogs
• Follow Raise on Facebook

• Tweet this giveaway (may be done once per day - please leave a comment with your tweet status) RT #win a bottle of Raise Underarm Stain Remover from @smtilton http://bit.ly/az5Dls (Ends 4-18) #Giveaways

Disclosure:  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Tomoson Product review & giveaway Disclosure.

95 comments:

  1. I usually just spray my clothes with shout.
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  2. I like you on facebook.
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  3. I follow you on networked blogs.
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  4. I like Pit Stop on Facebook.
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  5. Follow you on Twitter!
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  6. Like you on FB:)
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  7. Follow you on Networked Blogs!
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  8. Tweeted!
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  9. if I treat them at all, I just use Oxy Clean - but I'm usually too lazy, because they are so stubborn!
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  10. I follow you on Twitter as th7272!
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  11. I like you on Facebook. thanks for the giveaway!
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  12. I remove stains by using Shout which I buy in the supermarket. Works well

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  13. by using whatever kind of stain remover i happen to have on hand. not always effective
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  14. i scrub them with a laundry soap bar mverno@roadrunner.com

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  15. I use oxy-clean or tide stain remove.
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  16. I follow you on twitter.
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  17. I like you on Facebook.
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  18. I follow you via networked blogs
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  19. Follow PitStop on Facebook
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  20. use stain stick teressajoe@comcast.net

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  21. follow you twitter teressajoe teressajoe@comcast.net

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  22. like you fb teressajoe@comcast.net

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  23. follow you networkedblogs... teressajoe@comcast.net

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  24. http://twitter.com/#!/teressajoe/status/57514060824059907 teressajoe@comcast.net

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  25. follow pitstop on fb teressajoe@comcast.net

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  26. I currently spray on Oxy-clean.

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  27. I will scrub food stains with a little dawn. I don't have much luck with other stains,though.
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  28. Spray it with Resolve.

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  29. I follow you on Twitter
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  30. I like your page on FB.
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  31. Networked Blogs follower

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  32. I like PitStop on FB.
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  33. My mandatory comment disappeared so here it is again:( I use Tide Stain Remover to remove stain right now!
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  34. Tweeted
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  35. I normally just toss them in the washing machine with a bunch of soap and cross my fingers!

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  36. Tweeted
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  37. I usually remove stains with Shout, or sometimes by hand with soap and water.
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  38. I follow you on Twitter (@shala_darkstone).
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  39. I follow your Facebook page (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
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  40. I follow you on Networked Blogs (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
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  41. Here's my tweet - http://twitter.com/#!/shala_darkstone/status/59359431518978049
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  42. I follow PitStop on Facebook (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
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  43. Tweeted
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  44. I currently do a lot of scrubbing and re-washing.

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  45. I currently use tide stain remover.

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  46. I like you on FB.

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  47. I like pitstop on FB.

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  48. I usually use a tide to go pen
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  49. fb fan deadmonkeys90
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  50. following on twitter @deadmonkeys90
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  51. I just wash the clothes - if the stain doesn't come out I layer the shirts or it just goes in the back of the closet :/ I've tossed so many shirts with this problem.

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  52. I use to just use dish soap, but it was took so much time that I upgraded to tide.
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  53. I like you via twitter as @eksummits
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  54. I like you on facebook as Kristi Summit
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  55. My usual method is spraying with pre-treater and soaking before laundering. I'd love to try Pitstop!

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  56. I use the heavy duty setting, but it's not helping! I need this product!

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  57. I have been using Shout but I would love to try this product to see if I could get even better results.

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  58. I wash them out by hand then throw them in the wash and hope for the best lol!
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  59. Not well, I use vinegar on them
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  60. Tide stain stick is my soldier!

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  61. I currently use Tide Stain Release!

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  62. I follow you on twitter @pittsy82

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  63. I "LIKE" you on FB (Nicole Pitts)

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  64. I follow via networked blogs (Nicole Pitts)

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  65. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/pittsy82/status/60023922376179712

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  66. https://twitter.com/#!/poniabaum/status/60024650624798721
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  67. ive been using tide stain release, and for the average food {or baby poop} stain it works---but for problem areas around the "pits".....not so much! im desperate to find a solution!
    *kelly
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  68. i follow via twitter
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  69. i like you on fb!
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  70. i follow via networkedblogs
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  71. i like pitstop on fb!
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  72. i tweeted:
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  73. stain remover and wash and wash
    and hope for the best
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  74. i use shout
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  75. I use shout or I soak the clothes in a bucket of water with Tide.
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  76. I use shout
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  77. Like you on fb
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  78. I use something that I think is called Grandma's stain remover. or Granny's stain remover.
    I am always interested in giving something new a try.
    Thanks!

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  79. I usually use a spray spot remover before washing

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  80. LIKE you on FB (carole c)

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  81. I use whatever spray remover I happened to buy on sale.

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  82. I follow you on Twitter. (redjen76)

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  83. I "Like" you on Facebook. (Jen S)

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  84. I like PitStop on Facebook. (Jen S)

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  85. I usually "shout out" my stains, with a pretreat with liquid detergent for tougher ones.
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  86. I follow via twitter (@SisWins)
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  87. I tweeted
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  88. I do oxyclean or just put them in a basket and ignore them.
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  89. I like pitstop on facebook.
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  90. Tweeted - http://twitter.com/choochoo428/status/60151440685010945
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  91. I use clorox 2 stain remover.

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