My daughter just turned 14 this summer, and will begin high school in the fall. We're all very excited, especially her. As you might imagine, she has become extremely fashion conscious of late. Shopping for school clothes was a bit more serious this summer, but we thankfully survived.
High school can be hard for girls. Beyond classes, sports and clubs, you'll have your cliques and social groups to navigate. Don't even get me started on boys. Self-image is vitally important. I want my daughter to feel good about herself. And clothes can sometimes play a factor.
One thing that had us both worried was our hard water. It was leaving rust stains on our clothes from the washing machine. I didn't just go buy a bunch of new clothes to have them turn dingy yellow with rust. And as you might imagine, my daughter was even a little more concerned than I. High school is certainly no place for a fashion faux pas. Aren't teenagers wonderful?
We found our answer in the rust removal product, Super Iron Out
. And it's so simple to use. For whites, just add a half cup to the warm water as the washer is filling. When it's full, stop the machine, add your clothes and let soak for five minutes. Then just add your detergent and resume the normal wash cycle. Dry as usual. And as always, please follow cautions and instructions on the clothes label carefully.
The rust stains on our clothing were gone. We went from dingy yellows and rusty browns back to bright whites, just like my daughter's smile. And when she's happy, we're all happy.
Super Iron Out removes rust stains on clothing, and toilets too. It really is the best rust remover on the market today. And now we can rest easy. Maybe high school won't be so bad after all. Yeah right.