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Kids 'n' Pets Review


As not only a mother to 3 wonderful,yet messy children,but to 3 crazy dogs and 2 insane cats, this product was an easy review. I feel like the second I received Kids 'n' Pets in the mail that is all I have been trying. Let me tell you it has been WONDERFUL! Although I haven't shared this on the blog yet, last week we bought a camper. Now it is old and heavily used but in great shape all around. Bad thing was the previous owner must have had pets that he allowed to keep in there. After being sealed up for a year, uncleaned mind you, the smell, dirt, and dander was amazing. It took me about two hours and half of a bottle of Kids 'n' Pets Stain and Odor Remover Spray but my camper now looks great and smells amazing. I love the light fruity scent that it has, much better then the smell of bleach or flowers. Best of all it was safe to let my 4 year old help me out!
I also got the chance to try out the Kids '' Pets Stain and Odor Remover in the squirt bottle. If you have kids,or you like mud ;o), then you know how fast a child can ruin a brand new shirt. My oldest received new clothes from grandma for Easter and first time wearing it he SLIPS and falls right into a mud puddle.lol Ok so I shouldn't laugh, he was so upset that his brand new shirt was ruined. I took it inside right away, rinsed it out and saturated the shirt in the stain remover. I'm so happy to say his shirt has been saved! I am really enjoying this product and am glad that there is more left because we are going camping this weekend and that always ends messy. Best part is it is available online at Amazon and at Walmart.


**I received these products free of charge to provide a complete and honest review any and all view expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

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Grace said…
Sounds like a great product.

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