Melts in Your Mouth and Sometimes on Your Clothes

The following is a guest post from our sponsor, Clorox.

The only thing better than fresh berries in the summertime are berry ice pops. Even if they do tend to melt on clothes, kids love all of that ice cold sweetness on a hot day. If only the best foods weren't so messy. But stains don't have to ruin clothes. You just have to know how to get them out.

A good rule of thumb is to treat a stain as soon as possible. To remove ice pop stains from a white T-shirt, rinse in cold water, apply Clorox® Bleach Pen® Gel to the stain, and then wash with detergent and Clorox® Regular-Bleach. Never run water on stains that contain grease and oil like burger drips, mayonnaise, butter, and chocolate. Instead, blot the stain with a napkin, scrape off excess food, and pretreat with liquid detergent or dishwashing liquid. For more helpful tips, download the Clorox® myStain smart phone app or check out Once you know what to do, summer stains will be no sweat.

Clorox® myStain smart phone app gives you expert tips on removing very berry messes, spaghetti, and other summer stains.

Clorox® Regular-Bleach* keeps white clothes their whitest so kids can be kids.

*Use as directed

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