Blackberry Syrup stain on the carpet

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Laundry DivasI accidently spilled Blackberry Syrup on my carpet today, and thought I’d try our Diva Stain Stick to get it out~ and voila! It worked! I even took pictures, however, my computer is testing me and not so interested in uploading them. I will post them as soon as it will allow me.
First, I blotted the stain with a paper towel and got up as much of the syrup as possible. Then I rubbed on the Diva Stain Stick, and worked it in with my fingernail. After letting it sit for a couple of minutes, I rinsed it with a cold, wet cloth. Voila! Blackberry Syrup stain had vanished!
You can check out our Diva Stain Sticks at

Removing Black Mould

Spray mould stain with a mixture of vinegar and water (2 parts vinegar: 1 part water), and work it in with a scrubber. Let sit for 20 minutes or so. Then put your item into the washing machine with 3 cups of vinegar; turn your machine on with a cold water setting; allow it to fill, but turn the machine off to soak your stain for a couple of hours. Then, put in your Diva Laundry Balls and wash as usual! This should remove the stubborn stain and the smell that accompanies it.

Chilliwack Progress – Holly Johnston: Laundry Diva

Chilliwack Progress – Holly Johnston: Laundry Diva.

Permanent Marker stains

So they say it’s called Permanent Marker for a reason! In some bizarre coincidance, all of my 5 children recieved permanent markers in at least one of their Christmas gifts. And they have since managed to get it on the carpet, as well as their clothes. What to do? My research has proven that there is only one acceptable solution- Isopropyl Alcohol. Be sure to put a clean, dry cloth under the garment, and with another clean cloth blot repeatedly with the alcohol until the stain is removed as much as possible (Make sure to to test in an inconspicuous part of the garment first for colour fastness). Then wash in lukewarm water. You need to be prepared that some of this stain may still remain, this is not uncommon. Good luck!

The Christmas eggnog spill on your favourite sweater…….

…….dab away excess eggnog. Then soak the stain in cold water. Hot water will only cook it into the fabric.
Rub with a paste of dishwashing soap, water and a few drops of ammonia. Rinse with cold water; pour yourself another glass. (Be sure to get out all of the eggnog before ever using the dryer!)

DK Home Hints & Tips

Great book for helpfulness with your chores! It also loves the Laundry Balls!

“Laundry Balls are eco-friendly, using only the cleaning power of water.” Rosamond Richardson, Author

Diva Laundry Balls available at, and now exclusively at All Things Being Eco, Chilliwack, BC

Press Release

Our Trekker Ball


Press Release

Chilliwack, BC, CANADA – Who loves laundry? We do! The Laundry Divas are making laundry fun and sexy again with the launch of their new website and eco-friendly laundry products at

“Laundry is a part of our everyday lives,” says co-founder and mompreneur Holly Johnston. “We wanted to give people options for not only making laundry easier, but eco-friendly and fun too.”

Holly Johnston and Shannon Faulkner, mompreneurs with a love for keeping it green, are also sharing their know-how tips for busy moms on twitter @laundrydivas and their blog at “Laundry doesn’t have to be a chore,” says Johnston, a mom of 5 under the age of 10. “I do a lot of laundry! We are excited to help busy families save time, money and do their part for a greener planet. After all, there’s nothing sexier than putting some green in your little black dress, and a little “green” in the purse that goes with it!”

With the launch of their site, the Divas are pleased to introduce the Trekker Ball, the first effective traveling laundry system. “When you travel laundry is an issue. With the new Trekker Ball you won’t have to purchase expensive detergents or worry about soap spilling in your luggage as there are no liquids or powders to worry about,” says Faulkner. “And as a visitor to new places, you won’t be leaving behind any harmful chemical waste!” The Trekker Ball comes with its own locally made laundry bag, perfect for storing your clothes before you get to washing them. Also sold in store, exclusively in Chilliwack at All Things Being Eco.

The Laundry Divas offer several other products including the popular Diva Laundry Ball. A replacement for traditional detergent, the Diva Laundry Balls are easy-to-use and gentle enough for those who suffer with allergies or eczema. The initial set retails for $36.99 and lasts an average of 360 loads. When refilled with the laundry pellets, the cost is only .07c per load vs .18c per load on average for brand name detergents.

Laundry Divas started in 2010 as a new, exciting division of their company, beegreener,. They offer a complete range of laundry necessities, as well as a weekly blog site and tweets offering natural stain removal tips and advice.

If you’d like more information on the Laundry Divas, their products, or how to do laundry in high heels, please contact Holly Johnston: Tel: 604-845-3734 or email:

Diva Stain Stick

Most people don’t know about the natural enzyme Diva Stain Stick from Laundry Divas. This stain remover is the first natural alternative to the Tide Stain Stick, and it is perfect for home and on the go! It is the size of a chapstick and can easily fit in your pocket, bag, or purse. Perfect for those unexpected spills or accidents when your out and about!

The Diva Stain Stick is also now available in a new 180 g size! Great stocking stuffer!

Purchase yours today at

Laundry Booster

For those lingering smells or spots/marks on your clothing add a ½ cup of Borax to your wash. It is safe to use with your balls! (for more info on Laundry Balls go to Borax is a naturally occurring mineral widely used as a laundry detergent booster. Also known as sodium borate, this white powder is not harmful to washing machines, plumbing pipes or septic tanks, and is non-toxic when used in recommended amounts.

Borax is considered environmentally friendly because it’s a natural product that does not contain phosphates or chlorine.

More Blood Stain removal tips

Milk is a great way to remove blood! Soak the stain in milk, the enzymes in the milk will help to remove the blood. Rinse in cold water. Never warm, or especially not hot water~

Also, be sure to check out the Natural Stain Stick at! It really works!