PGC01870

Tide to Go Stain Remover

Spray - 0.34 fl oz - 1 Each - Orange

Reg. Price $7.62

Our Price $4.33 Each

Quantity In Stock!
Eliminates many fresh food and drink stains on the spot
For use on tomato juice, ketchup, BBQ sauce, grape juice, coffee, tea, wine and more
Convenient size is easy to carry
Size: 0.3 fl oz (0 quart)
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC01870
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
01870
Brand Name
P&G
Product Type
Surface Cleaner
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Color
Oranges
Features
Phosphate-free
Recommended Use
Stain Remover
Recycled
No

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P&GTide to Go Stain Remover
 
3.6

(based on 425 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (207)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (60)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (21)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (37)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (100)

69%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I love this product

I keep the tide to go Instant Stain Remover in my pocketbook and one in my desk at work. It comes in handy. However, I find that often the cap on the to...Read complete review

I keep the tide to go Instant Stain Remover in my pocketbook and one in my desk at work. It comes in handy. However, I find that often the cap on the to go comes loss and falls off in my pocketbook and then drys out. If the cap was a screw cap, I would find this the perfect product. I love using it on stains immediately and I have never had a problem with removing stains when I launder my clothes after using the instant stain remover. I only wish that the lid screwed on to keep it secure.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I am so disappointed with this product.

Twice now I have used the pen on a white T-shirt and have ended up with a yellow stain. The lastest stain is on a brand new T-shirt!!!! No matter what I...Read complete review

Twice now I have used the pen on a white T-shirt and have ended up with a yellow stain. The lastest stain is on a brand new T-shirt!!!! No matter what I do I can't get it out. Save your money.

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1.0

Be careful where you use it

By ChristineU

from Berkeley, ,CA

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

The liquid in this pen left marks on my cotton/poly raincoat that are so much worse than the original stains I was trying to get out. One machine wash hasn't fixed it; I hope my coat isn't ruined.

 
5.0

BEST SPOT CLEANER

By ooootidetogooo

from California

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

I swear by this stuff. I never do reviews for products, but this REALLY WORKS! I always have one in my purse. Thank you Tide To Go!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Ruined work clothes..

By samiowa

from Burlington, Iowa

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

Used it to get dirt off on one shirt and a food substance and both white shirts are now ruined. I am out $100 now because we have to get new shirts!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A life saver when touring

By Lizzie11

from New Jersey

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

Took a Tide-to-go stick on our tour of Italy. On the trip my white cardigan was sprayed with cola, I sat on chocolate & a waiter dripped grease on my jacket. The Tide stick took out every stain.

 
1.0

Doesnt work

By Crystal0428

from High Bridge

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

THIS STUPID PEN DOESNT WORK MY CLOSE STILL HAVE STUFF ON IT. I EVEN FOLLOWED THE DIRECTIONS AND IT STILL SUCKS. MAKE A BETTER QUALITY OUT OF THIS PEN ADD OXYCLEAN OR SOMETHING!!

 
5.0

Perfect solution while on the go

By Gemma

from Washington state

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

Received a gift of Tide to Go pen while in Mexico. Having trouble finding them in Pacific NW. Help!

 
4.0

Office Buddy

By Rourke11

from Austin, Texas

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

This product is incredible. I have meeting today after lunch. A fry covered in ketchup tumbled down the front of my shirt. My tide to go pen and a microfiber cloth made it almost unnoticeable!

 
1.0

Ruined my jeans

By Phillip5280

from Denver, CO

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

I recently used this product on a pair of denim jeans and it heavily discolored the jeans. Attempted to give "1 Star" on all fields but the site forced me to give 1.5. Not cool :(

 
3.0

Tide to Go Works, but smells bad

By iLikeLaundry

from Louisville, KY

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

The Tide pen is a novel idea that works--a stain pen and blotter in one. However, the liquid smells like baby vomit. I would like for them to throw a little fragrance into the mix.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Bad for whites

By Ashbas

from Lake Geneva

Comments about P&G Tide to Go Stain Remover:

The tide to go pen works for color fabrics but when you use it on whites you're better off with the stain you had. It made the original stain fade but created a wet stain looking like a sweat stain

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