Craftsman and Teflon Giveaway and Sweepstakes – win gift cards and a NASCAR trip


Thanks to Craftsman and Teflon, I’m giving away a $50 Sears gift card on my dad blog. Right now I would like to also tell you they’re giving some manly prizes in their DuPont Get into Gear Sweepstakes:

  • Two grand prizes: 2012 NASCAR Prize Package (ARV $4374.13 each) consisting of NASCAR race tickets, round trip plane tickets, hotel accommodations for two, $200 American Express gift card for meals and expenses, ground transportation, guided pit tour passes, pre-race hospitality tent passes, and an opportunity to meet Jeff Gordon
  • Two first place prizes: $250 Sears gift card
  • Nine second place prizes: $50 Sears gift card

DuPont Get into Gear Sweepstakes - win a NASCAR trip package

The DuPont Get into Gear Sweepstakes ends November 30, 2011.

As part of their promotion, I also received a couple of Craftsman shirts to try out. They’re infused with Teflon fabric protector to help repeal stains. I’ve only worn the shirts over the weekend so I can’t really tell how well the Teflon fabric protector repeals stains. However, I can tell you they are excellent shirts. BTW, feel free to print this 15% off coupon for Craftsman workwear (expires November 30, 2011).

Craftsman Workwear Tee

Craftsman Workwear Tee with Teflon fabric protector
  • Teflon fabric protector (oil and water repellency)
  • Feels very soft and comfortable
  • Rib-knit crewneck
  • Chest pocket
  • 100% Cotton (ash is cotton/polyester)
  • Comes in five colors
  • Two-year wear out warranty
  • $14.99 (currently on sale for $12.99)

Craftsman Long Sleeve Twill Shirt

Craftsman Long Sleeve Twill Shirt with Teflon fabric protector
  • Teflon fabric protector (oil and water repellency)
  • Feels very durable
  • It’s suppose to be workwear, but I’ve been wearing it as a light jacket
  • Polyester/cotton (I have sensitive skin, but the polyester doesn’t feel itchy)
  • Wrinkle-resistant twill
  • Comes in four colors
  • Button-up cuffs
  • Machine washable
  • Two-year wear out warranty
  • Prices range from $19.99 to $26.00

DuPont and Sears Giveaway
Thanks to Craftsman and Teflon, a reader of my dad blog will win a $50 Sears gift card. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Tuesday, October 25th (Pacific time). The giveaway is limited to readers located in the U.S. To enter the giveaway, let me know in the comments area what kinds of stains you’ve had on your clothes (I get a lot of food stains thanks to my toddler).

Seven Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry)

  • Like Teflon on Facebook
  • Follow Teflon on Twitter
  • Like Craftsman on Facebook
  • Follow Craftsman on Twitter
  • Click on the Facebook like button above the comments area and then on my Facebook page, let me know me if you have worn or bought clothes with Teflon fabric protector (include your blog post URL or Facebook username for verification)
  • Follow Daddy Forever on Twitter and tweet out a message like this (or use the retweet button above the comments area):

    I want to win a $50 Sears gift card @TeflonBrand @craftsmanclub @daddyforever ~

    Include your Twitter URL or username in the comments area for verification. Note: you can tweet multiple times, but you can only claim one bonus entry for the tweets.

  • Write about this giveaway on your blog or Facebook page with a working link to this page: (include your blog post URL or Facebook username for verification)

[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by DuPont and Sears, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received some shirts and a gift card as part of this review/giveaway. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]


755 thoughts on “Craftsman and Teflon Giveaway and Sweepstakes – win gift cards and a NASCAR trip

  1. Nail polish is the absolute worst! A few weeks ago, my middle child spilled nailpolish on my Anthropology knock-off tablecloth. It was impossible to get out.

  2. Usually car grease from fixing my car.That’s why I like Sears.They let you buy 1 socket at a time when you can’t find the size in all your sets.

  3. On my boys clothes, grass stains are the worse. My husband is a mechanic and he gets so many grease/oil stains on his clothing. Myself, I’d have to say cooking stains, like splashed sauces or cooking oil.
    Thanks so much.

  4. I seems the older I get the messier I get ~ like reverting back to childhood. I
    can’t seem to cook without getting grease spatters or food stains on my clothes.
    I am constantly running to get the pre wash to spray on my latest disaster.
    No white shirts for me and always wear red on Italian nite!

  5. I get food stains mostly from cooking or rather, not cooking carefully enough. Also stains from gardening.


  6. I always seem to spill soda on myself when I’m drinking out of a can so soda stains are the most common on my clothes.

  7. Mostly food stains, but when I unloaded trucks for a retail store I’d get everything from maple syrup to bleach to paint.


  8. With my son, lots of grease and oil stains since he is constantly working on some kind of motor, truck motors, boat Right now he is welding a new bumper for his truck so curious to see what kind of stuff will be on his clothes from that. Thank you!

  9. My oldest son always gets stains on his clothes from grass stains rom being out in the footballfield to marker and pen stains on his clothes.

  10. The worst stain I ever had to try to get out was when my husband sprayed WD-40 on his WHITE golf cap because he turned the can the wrong way!

  11. Now that I no longer work they are primarily food stains. When I worked in hospitals, they were all manner of bodily fluids..

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  12. Stains? Tons. I had boys at home and kids at work.
    I worked with Montessori Primaries (3-6) years ago. I once left school, stopped by the bank, then ran by the Post Office, noticing that people were either giving me odd looks or avoiding eye contact. It was not until I was undressing at home that I noticed it. I had done all that with a red paint child’s hand print near my (ahem) behind–about the place a child would tug to get attention.

  13. Every once in a while, ink or marker (pen). Usually one of the kids goes a little crazy while coloring and my pants or shirt get marked.

  14. My stains are mostly food based also, italian dressing = no bueno, but the worst is the blackberry juice stains! Impossible!

  15. All kinds! Grass stains, food stains, dirt stains just to name a few. Most stubborn was a wine stain! Thanks for the chance! :)

  16. I usually dont end up with too many stains on my clothes but my daughter on the other hand, if it’s spillable, she will spill it or if it stains, she gets stains. Usually grass stains and ketchup.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  17. My husband always has mud stains on his clothes. Like the red clay stuff. He drives a bulldozer so he’s always dirty :)
    brittneydejajason at gmail dot com

  18. I also always get a lot of food stains due to my daughter, but my husband ends up with a lot of grass and mud stains from working outside! thanks for hosting!

  19. Hello, since I am miss neat, I don’t get many stains on my clothes, my husband on the other hand comes home from work covered in mud and grease, so these are the most challenging for me. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  20. I don’t really get many stains on my clothes, but my husband is another story! He manages to get oil, dirt, food etc on his clothes all the time.

  21. I like to cook and bake and tend to get somewhat messy upon occasion, so it’s food stains for me. (Yes, I do have an apron. . . no, I don’t always put it on.)

  22. I’ve had so many different stains such as mustard, pizza sauce, mud, grass stains, baby puke, pet urine, etc. Yeah pretty gross huh? That’s just part of life though we care for so many!

  23. I’ve had lots of food stains from babysitting (and being a clumsy eater myself) as well as sweat stains and grass stains from working out and playing baseball. Thanks!

    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

  24. I have to give one of my catch a liquid med (furosemide) twice a day. When I’m done she usually jumps down from my lap and shakes her head and you guessed it, drops of the med lands on my shirts. It leave a yellow stain. On dark clothes its not bad but might lighter clothing is stained.

  25. Our family gets alot of grass stains on their clothes due to sports and outdoor play! Thanks for holding such a great sweeps!

  26. my most recent stains have been asbestos based black tile glue.
    so much fun.
    it was oil based and absolutely destroyed everything!

  27. We get all kinds of stains on our clothes, from spaghetti sauce and grape jam to grass, grease and the occasional blood spot. I have yet to find anything that can ever get that stuff out reguardless of what the commercials say.

  28. my husband is a baker/wedding cake designer/jeweler/woodworker there arent very many mediums he doesnt excell in including shirt design with
    grease and frosting

  29. I am pretty clean with my clothes, but I swear, not a day goes by that my husband does not have some kind of stain on his. He causes me more work in the laundry department than both of our kids combined!

  30. My worst stains are spaghetti sauce… no matter how careful people in my family are, there’s usually a sauce stain.
    Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com

  31. The worst are any type of oil stains. Motor oil, cooking oil…. just impossible. Also, with a 2-year old, clothes are sometimes stripped & left in hard to find places, often with some type of moisture (juice, milk, general slobber!). Several pieces of clothing have been pretty much ruined with small (but noticeable) mildew stains. My very least favorite!

  32. My hubby works at an ethanol plant as a maintenance man and he comes home full of grease and chemicals and the strongest odor from the corn. I have used everything and I can never get his clothes clean.

  33. the worst stains were when I worked in an oil change store and would constantly get oil all over my clothes :)


  34. Most recently I got a mustard stain on my shirt. All sorts of food stains from condiments like ketchup
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