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Does Dirty Jobs Really Work?

Tough stains on clothes make doing the laundry such a daunting task. Oftentimes, efforts to remove such stains lead to fading of color or causing harm to the fabric. A heavy duty stain remover is required to get past this problem and Dirty Jobs is said to be one such product. Dirty Jobs claims that it has higher concentration of oxygen-powered enzyme which helps cutting through grease and other hard-to-remove stains. These enzymes, which include lipase, protease, amylase and cellulose, are also said to lift off stains without compromising the softness and color of fabric. Endorsed by Mike Rowe and Niecy Nash, Dirty Jobs is said to be fragrance free in order to maintain the smell of the detergent used. Furthermore, this product promises to keep colors vibrant and cause no harm to the fabric.

Dirty Jobs Reviews

Yes - Gets Sour Smells Out
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My husband has oily skin and perspires a lot. He is bad to grab his wash cloth during the day and wipe off his face without soap and water. So when I do laundry, his wash cloth smells sour after a few days of use. If I wash it with other clothes in cold water, the wash cloths still smell. If I wash them in even hot water with other detergents, no luck. Dirty Jobs WORKS!

Jackie
February 25th, 2015
Panama City, FL
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No - It never has worked
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I bought this to use on my husband’s work clothes, hoping it would remove the grease and oil from them. It has never worked on his stains, much less mine. I would not recommend this product.

Donna
January 13th, 2015
MS
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Yes - Even works on dried stain
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I got melted butter on my top and thought it might be ruined. I sprayed Dirty Jobs Laundry on it, washed and dried. Still some stain. I sprayed again and let it sit overnight. Re washed and dried…STAIN GONE! I’ve used the laundry booster before and it does a good job.

Vickie
December 8th, 2014
FL
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Yes - The Best
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We have iron in our water, so for 25 years white laundry had always been problematic. I’ve tried everything on the market, with varying degrees of success. Have to admit the only reason I tried DJ was well,…. Mike Rowe. So, imagine my absolute surprise when, besides Mike Rowe on the package, I was impressed with the product as well. It removed old stains, whitened my whites, and has continued to work as promised. I no longer worry about a stain on or yellowing of white clothing now. Oxyclean never worked as well as Dirty Jobs. Try it.

Linda
May 19th, 2014
Michigan
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No - Dissapointed
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Only used it once and a stain on my husband’s shirt was still on there after the laundry was all done. Very disappointed.

Julie Kramer
February 19th, 2014
Iowa
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Yes - Gets it all out
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I purchased a 1 year old vehicle which had been detailed. As with most bad stains several grease spots started showing up in the carpet mats. After trying numerous spots cleaners to no avail, I added some of this to my carpet cleaning machine and used it on the stains. It took 3 cleanings because they were old set stains. The stains have not returned. This stuff is great! It is also good in the laundry. It has my vote.

Sheila
October 17th, 2012
Florida
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Yes - Works great on husbands work clothes
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We have tried the Dirty Job for stains on clothes and it works great. It does not help set in stains, but nothing really helps them. It works great on my husband’s dirty work clothes. I keep a bottle in our bathroom so I can spray them as soon as he changes clothes. It also gives me a chance to see the stain and gives Dirty Jobs plenty of time to work on getting those food and work stains out. I am buying as many of these products that I can find. I love it!

D.J.
August 27th, 2012
My Home
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Yes - SERIOUSLY it really works
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I own a pet boarding, daycare and grooming business and I need a laundry booster that will get the nasty pet messes out and save me money to. I’ve tried about every kind of oxy type cleaner there is and I think Dirty Jobs cleaner is by far the best at getting out those super set in stains that the others can’t get out. I bought my first pitcher at the local Walmart and after I saw how awesome it was, I placed an order directly from the dirty jobs website for 2 whole kits that included 2 52oz pitchers of oxy cleaner, 2 52oz refill boxes of the oxy cleaner, 2 spray bottles, 2 scrubber sponges, 2 light scrubber sponges, 2 large sponges and 2 shamees all this for around $45. That’s not bad. I think thats a little steep for shipping, but if something works this good, I have no problem paying that. Go buy this product, I promise you will not be disapointed.

Kris B.
June 13th, 2012
London KY
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