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All Oxi Active Laundry Detergent with Laundry Tips

All Oxi Active Laundry Detergent
Feature, Laundry Tips, and Fun Facts
If you’ve been following Mommy’s Memorandum Blog you know I LOVE laundry. It doesn’t bother me to pre-treat stains and I like finding ways to make laundry even cleaner.

All detergent has just released All Oxi-Active Laundry Detergent.

I’m hosting a party through Mom Select and I’m so excited to try the Oxi-Active Detergent out and share it with my friends and family!

While I’m reviewing it and gearing up for my ALL Oxi-Active party,

here is a coupon to save $1.00 off All Oxi Active and some Laundry Tips and Fun Facts compliments of All Oxi Active Laundry Detergent.

All Oxi Active Laundry Detergent


Laundry Tips

Stain Removal:


Carefully scrape off excess chocolate.

Pretreat:  Pour all® Oxi-Active™ Laundry Detergent directly on the stain.

Wash in hottest water safe for fabric.

If the stain persists, repeat the process.

DO NOT dry between washings.


Pour all® Oxi-Active™ Laundry Detergent directly on the stain and rub.

If stain persists, pretreat again and rub.

Rewash in the hottest water safe for fabric.

DO NOT dry between washings.

Red Wine

Absorb as much excess wine as possible by using salt, talcum powder, baby powder, or cornstarch.

Rinse or soak in cold water as soon as possible.

Pretreat with all® Oxi-Active™ Laundry Detergent and launder as usual.

Fun Facts

• On average, U.S. consumers wash more than 660 million loads every week, or about 35 billion wash loads a year, totaling 100 million tons of clothes.

That translates to 1,000 wash loads started in the United States every second of every day.

•Women do 88% of the laundry (

•61% of new laundry rooms are being built on the upper floors. (

•How many laundry products do you have in your laundry room?

Different detergents, bleaches, pre-treaters, fabric softeners?

The average household has 8! (

· The average American family does 8-10 loads of laundry per week (American Home Appliance Manufacturers – AHAM)

· People in the Southern part of the US wash the most often; those in the East wash the least. (

· People in the East are most likely to use bleach. (

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did receive product from the sponsor and Mom Select to facilitate an honest review and host a party. The opinons, where expressed, are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor.

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