Tackle Tough Stains With
ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent and WIN!

Let’s admit it, sometimes laundry can feel like a chore, especially when tough stains are involved. I firmly believe that it is my kids’ mission to create the most difficult stains for me to tackle – grass, paint, juice and chocolate. Sadly, many of their clothes have become play wear, because the stubborn stains simply refuse to come out.

But, I have a new trick up my sleeve, so stains beware. ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent, America’s first gel detergent, has arrived.

This new gel formula is “armed” with twice the OxiClean® stain fighters in every drop, grabbing even the toughest stains to lift them away. This powerful combination works by removing odor and grabbing and eliminating even the toughest stains. The gel detergent easily dissolves in the wash and rinses clean, without leaving residue behind.

Do you want to say goodbye to tough stains?

We want to arm forty tacklers with the strength of ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent. By completing the form below, you will sign up to receive a product voucher for ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent.

  • If you are one of the first forty to sign up, the voucher and a thank you gift (ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel mousepad) will head your way. You will then have two weeks to give ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent a try.
  • On October 5th you will come back here for our special ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent tackle and link up your post about how you tackled your laundry with the new ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent.

Tackle and WIN!

We will choose one winner at random from our 40 participants who links up their post, to win an “ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Prize Pack” which will include: a $50 American Express Gift Card, ARM & HAMMER® Power Gel Laundry Detergent, additional ARM & HAMMER® and OxiClean® laundry products and a decorative item for your laundry room, packaged in a cute laundry bag.

WE HAVE REACHED OUR LIMIT OF 40 PARTICIPANTS. Thank you so much!

For those of you visiting today to share this week’s tackle. Thank you for coming. Link up below.

Happy Tackling!

What are you tackling this week? Link up your Tackle it Tuesday post…

Tell us what you’re up to with all your other tackles… housework and otherwise… add your link to your tackle in the MckLinky below!

Each week on Tuesday, we are posting before and after pictures of a project or trouble area that we tackled this week.

Find out more about Tackle It Tuesday here.
The project can be little or big – whatever you want.

Basically, Tackle It Tuesday is about giving ourselves incentive, deadlines and satisfaction in getting our household tasks done.

(It doesn’t even have to be housework… just whatever is on your To Do list.)

If you tackled a project this week, just add a comment and add your link below.

Here is a fun thumbnail style linky…

If the thumbnail Linky doesn’t work for you — or you prefer the old style, you can enter in the linky below.

Written by 5 Minutes for Mom co-founder Janice.
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*This post is part of a paid campaign with Arm & Hammer.


Comments

  1. Paula says

    With 6 kids I’m always tackling my laundry trying to get the whites to stay white and colors not to change if this laundry soap does this I’ll hug ya and take a video of my process thsnks fir the chance Paula

  2. Susan P. says

    I got my coupon for the laundry detergent so I’ll be tackling some loads of wash very soon. Thanks for the free soap and mousepad!

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