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Friday, May 4, 2012

Making The Most Of Your Vacation

This post brought to you by Triad Retail Media. All opinions are 100% mine.

After having found a destination and booked the accommodations, the waiting for the time when we can finally leave begins. The closer it gets, the more excited we grow, until we have finally reached the point where we are about to pack our bags and suitcases.

That is usually where the problems start, because we have to decide what clothes to bring that are not only comfortable, but also easiest and quickest to wash. That is not a simple task, especially when you have some curious, daring and adventures children.

I have dealt with grass stains on our children's and grand-children's clothes many times before and I expect to be faced with them in the future. I have come to detest them, because they are so hard to get out and even though I haven't tried it yet, I will make sure to have Shout® Trigger handy for the next confrontation.

I would recommend bringing Shout® Trigger stain remover along, because it is quick and easy to apply and full of stain-fighting ingredients and enzymes which give it the triple-acting formula to quickly penetrate, break up and remove tough stains.

In case you are already on vacation and need a good stain remover, then go to Walmart where you can purchase Shout® Trigger. It is safe for all colorfast washables, works in all water temperatures and has a convenient trigger to attack stains on the spot.

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It doesn't require any time to soak in and you don't have to waste your energy scrubbing the stain remover into the fabric; just trigger, apply, and wash. The saved time can be spend more enjoyable by making the most out of your vacation and that is something what we all can use!

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