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Say Goodbye To Cloth Diaper Stains with Buncha Farmer's Stain Stick

Say Goodbye To Cloth Diaper Stains with Buncha Farmer's Stain Stick

New in store and in stock now, the BunchaFarmer's stain stick is definitely something you want in your laundry arsenal.  

Personally, I've used it for years and we actually used to stock it may years ago, but recently we've found a good distributor again and we can keep reliable stock for you now.  Super excited about that.  

A single stick lasts FOREVER and can be used to treat all kinds of laundry stains (think mashed blueberries and spaghetti sauce from a self-feeding toddler).  It works especially well on cloth diapers, but is also amazing at removing the stubborn stains that toddlers and mothers seem to be plagued with including blood, grass, grease, red wine, ink, ring around the collar and other nasty stuff like car seats, that gunk on the walls, and whatever it was the cat puked up on the carpet.

This stain stick has all-natural ingredients so it's biodegradable and enhanced with borax to soften the water and aid the cleaning process. No artificial dyes or perfumes, just the fresh, clean scent of natural Eucalyptus and the deodorizing power of Litsea. (It actually smells really amazing). In fact they publish all the simple ingredients right on the package.  When's the last time your saw a big box store commercial stain remover doing that?!

IngredientsSodium Cocoate, Sodium Canolate, Sodium Palmate Glycerin, Borax, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Litsea Cuceba Oil, Aqua.

How to Use
To use it is simple, all you do is wet the stick with water, rub it on the stain and then toss it in the wash and launder as usual. That's it, that's all.  

And I forgot the best part...Buncha Farmer's is MADE IN CANADA!  So, make sure and pick one up with your next order, it'll blow you away with the stuff it gets out of your everyday laundry.  

Find it stocked HERE.

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