This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #Clean2TheCore #CollectiveBiasWhat are your kids’ favorite summer activities? My son loves most anything outdoors especially if it involves getting wet or messy…even better if it’s both! I was looking for a DIY project to do that my son would enjoy when I stumbled upon homemade sidewalk foam paint. My first thought was how fun, but then within a few seconds I thought this project will involve me hosing him down afterwards, taking him immediately to the bath, and then being left with paint stains to try to wash out. Do I really want to make this?
Before backing out of making the homemade sidewalk foam paint, I remembered I was offered the opportunity to try all® POWERCORE™ Pacs. I thought what a perfect test for this detergent. all® POWERCORE™ Pacs are known for superior cleaning and brightening power, so I was excited to see if it performed as promised.
I hightailed it over to Walmart to pick up the supplies I needed for the homemade sidewalk foam paint along with a container of all® POWERCORE™ Pacs. I decided to pick up the all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors variety, but I noticed all® POWERCORE™ Pacs OXI was also available.
I couldn’t wait to try these all® POWERCORE™ Pacs because they are the first ever powder-liquid combination pac, are known to fight tough kid stains (yay!), and attack and remove tough odors with a long lasting scent. As the mom of a very rambunctious, super high energy four year old boy, these qualities are music to my ears!
Armed with my all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors, I whipped up a batch of homemade sidewalk foam paint. Here’s my recipe:
Homemade Sidewalk Foam Paint
1 cup all purpose flour
8 oz. kids washable glue
4 cups unscented white shaving cream
Food coloring (liquid works best)
4 plastic decorating bottles
4 sandwich bags
1 gallon size freezer bag
1. In a gallon freezer bag or large bowl, mix together your flour, glue, and shaving cream
2. Seal the bag closed and mix the ingredients together by kneading the bag
3. Once well mixed, separate into 4 sandwich bags
4. Add just a few drops of food coloring to each bag, close the bags, and knead the bags to mix the color in
5. Now cut a corner off each bag, one at a time, and squirt it into your plastic decorating bottles
6. Use your bottle to draw on the sidewalk, rinse with water after
I am happy to report the homemade sidewalk foam paint was a success as was my trial of all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors. I followed the directions on the all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors packaging exactly which is important, and yep, all stains were removed. The detergent even removed a mystery stain my son had on his t-shirt from preschool months ago that had been washed several times already. The t-shirt and shorts came out looking bright and clean.
My next test for all® POWERCORE™ Pacs Plus Removes Tough Odors…my son’s t-ball uniform. I can’t wait to see how all® POWERCORE™ Pacs’ superior cleaning and brightening power brings my son’s uniform back to life.
How would you put all® POWERCORE™ Pacs to the test? What are your kids’ toughest stains? Please share in the comments.