ACE Gentle Stain Remover

ACE Gentle is one of the leading washing boosters and stain removers in the UK. Unlike its competitors, ACE is just as effective on delicates and baby clothes as it is on other items of clothing such as muddy sportswear. It is so gentle that you can pour it directly into your wash, allowing ACE's eight-point system get to work on eight different types of stains - grease, cosmetics, dirt, food, beverages, enzymatics, body soils and outdoor stains.



With a weaning baby and a toddler who is prone to a chocolate bar or two, I was eager to give it a try.

I had a few items of E's clothing that were particularly badly stained with orange purée so I bunged them in the washing machine, put my usual washing powder/fabric conditioner in the drawer and put a capful of ACE Gentle straight in the drum with the clothes - it's that gentle it can go straight in! The gentleness means that it can also be used on silk, wool and even cashmere.


When I took my items out and dried them, I saw that most of the orange stain had gone except for a little outline. I put them through again with another capful of ACE Gentle and the stains disappeared completely. I wasn't too bothered about having to do it twice because I knew that they were pretty stubborn stains. I usually can't find anything that will remove similar stains no matter how many times I try them.

Additionally, ACE Gentle helps to stop fabric colours bleeding which is great for me because C has this one white t-shirt with red sleeves and it drives me crazy trying to wash it as I worry that the red will run!


ACE Gentle has been great for removing everyday stains on the first go and I would definitely recommend it. The 1 litres goes a long way! For around £2 per bottle, it's a great price!
You can find a list of stockists at the ACE Gentle website. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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