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This solution is ideal for protein and tannin stains such as wine, coffee, ink, grass, urine, and blood. This solution is also effective on pit stains and other old, set-in stains. Safe for all washable fabrics.



Stains build up over time. We recommend pretreating with every load to prevent dinginess and to remove stains and odor. While you may not notice a stain today, it is especially important to pretreat areas that are susceptible to buildup, such as underarms, collars, and cuffs.

To aid stain removal, pour water from a height or put the affected area under the faucet and let the pressure of the water help work the stain. Use hot water when treating cotton, linen, and durable synthetics and cool or lukewarm water for all other fabric types, such as silks, delicates, wool, or cashmere.

Watch out stains, this Homemade Stain Remover has just two common ingredients and removes stains in a flash! With just 2 simple ingredients you can tackle all the stains in your home easily and quickly!

When I bought a white couch three years ago everyone thought I was crazy. With three boys, a dog, and two cats there was no way I'd be able to keep it clean they said. Little did they know that I have the best homemade stain remover recipe out there and it's my secret weapon for cleaning!

No matter what kind of stain I come across I always turn to this two ingredient stain remover. It's easy and fast and it just plain WORKS. There's no need to google all sorts of stain solutions and removers, just make a batch of this miracle stain remover and you're good to go.

This is the best cleaning solution I have here on the blog, I hope you find it helpful! It has worked for me on blood and pet stains, food and drinks, even red wine! It also works on set in stains, which are the worst!

The sunroof was open and the guy drove my Jeep through the car wash! The headliner on it now has water stains on it. Do you think this would work on it ? I tried some stuff Stuff and Blue Coral but neither one worked. Would rather remove the stains instead of having to replace the headliner!

Not only does it work quickly, but it doesn't require complex tools or tons of labor. All you have to do is give the gallon a shake and apply the solution with a standard sprayer or our RMR electri c sprayer. Wait a few moments, and you'll see RMR - 86 PRO lift stains.

Cost - Saving Results: With no scrubb ing, sanding or blasting required, our penetrating formula can save you a fortune in labor costs. At least ten months of shelf life will make RMR - 86 PRO your go - to solution.

RMR-86 and RMR-86 PRO are part of a 2 step process step 1 is to remove the stains with RMR-86 and step 2 is to kill the mold by applying and EPA registered Fungicide like RMR-141 and RMR Botanical Disinfectant.

Surgistain is a quick, safe and efficient revitalizing solution that removes rust, pitting, stains and corrosion from stainless steel surgical instruments. For more then twenty years, hospitals worldwide have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars by using Surgistain to restore instruments. Used routinely as part of the Ruhof System, Surgistain will help maintain the life and efficiency of your instruments and reduce repair and replacements costs. If used on a monthly basis in conjunction with our enzymatic cleaners Surgistain will restore the instrument's original finish and loosen box-locks and joints. Excellent for use on all ophthalmic and microsurgical instruments.

In Lab tests, it received the highest score out of 37 tested stain removers, performing especially well on lipstick, mascara and ink stains. It was also one of only three stain removers that noticeably lightened red food coloring stains. The Stain Scrubber contains enzymes that lift protein, tannin and oil stains and is safe to use on most fabrics.

Just spray directly onto a stain and allow to sit for up to five minutes, then launder as usual. It tackled greasy oil stains, lipstick and gravy stains better than any of the other stain removers tested in warm and cold water. Our experts were so impressed with this foam, they chose it as a winner in our first-ever Cleaning Awards in 2020.

In Lab tests, it completely removed 14 of the 20 stains we test, including crayon, ink, wine and grass stains. Especially helpful for homes with infants where vomit and other common baby stains can happen daily, the Ultra Gel Brush can be left on fabric for up to a week before washing. Our experts also appreciated its clear and concise instructions.

For fresh stains that happen while you're away from home, like scuff marks on your white sneakers and ketchup splatters from cafeteria fries, stain-removing wipes are a great option. Shout Wipe & Go Instant Stain Remover wipes are convenient and easy to use and store.

A Good Housekeeping Seal holder and fan favorite with over 32,000 ratings on Amazon, Tide-to-Go Instant Stain Removing Pens have bleach-free stain-removing powers and can fit in even the smallest of handbags.

Our Lab experts have put these pens through many rounds of stain testing since they were first made available for purchase in 2006 and have been impressed with the results every time. They are gentle enough to use on washable silk and work well on many common stains like coffee, ketchup and red wine.

Our favorite carpet stain remover is the Rocco & Roxie Supply Co. Oxy Stain Remover, because it's incredibly effective on both carpet and upholstery, and it leaves behind a pleasant, gentle scent. If you're looking to spend a bit less, Kids 'N' Pets Instant Stain Remover is powerful and easy to use, and it successfully eliminated pet urine odor in our testing.

Carpet stains reappear if they were not thoroughly removed during the first treatment. Carpet fibers are long and dense, so the stain can seep down into the lower part of the fibers and then wick back to the surface if it's not removed completely. To effectively remove stains from carpet, make sure that the stain remover you choose penetrates and saturates the fibers all the way down to the carpet backing before you blot it up.

Most carpet stain removers do not kill bacteria and germs and disinfect your favorite rugs. You will need to apply an EPA-approved sanitizer or disinfectant to truly remove bacteria and germs from a carpet, and even then, it's possible that bacteria and germs will quickly attach to the fibers again. However, the act of cleaning does dilute and remove some of them.

Baking soda has many uses but works superbly at cutting through and removing tough stains, Baking Soda is a mild alkaline so it is able to cut through strong stains like grease, oil, gravy and even stains such as vomit and faeces.

For example; A gravy stain can be removed with salt, if treated instantly pouring salt over a fresh gravy stain should disappear after around 15 minutes. Pour salt over the stain and leave so the salt has time to soak up all the grease, after that, blot the stain with a damp napkin and your clothing should be as good as new.

Lemon Juice can be used to remove stains such as, Ice cream, baby food and really resistant berry stains. To remove a berry stain simply wet the stain and coat in Lemon Juice, leave to sit for around 30 minutes depending on how bad the stain is. Then rinse and launder as normal.

Dish Soap has to be able to break things down as it has to tackle things like grease and other resilient substances in the washing up. Dish soap is really good at removing clothes that have been marked by oily or greasy food as it is designed to break down oil, Dish Soap can also be used to remove grass stains when mixed with Hydrogen Peroxide.

Therefore, it does the same with stains and breaks down the proteins within them, making it easier to remove. To remove your stain, wet the desired area and sprinkle some of the meat tenderiser on top, allow your clothes to sit for half an hour and then launder as you normally would.

Acetic Acid. A 10% solution of acetic acid can be purchased generically at pharmacies. (White vinegar is 5% acetic acid and can be used as a substitute for the stronger solution.) It is a clear fluid that can be used to remove stains on silk and wool. It must be diluted with 2 parts water for use on cotton and linen (a pretest is recommended). It should not be used on acetate. If acetic acid causes a color change, sponge the affected area with ammonia.

Acetone. Acetone can be purchased generically at pharmacies and hobby shops. A colorless liquid that smells like peppermint, it can be used on stains caused by substances such as fingernail polish or household cement. Although it will not damage either natural fibers or most synthetics, it should be pretested to make sure that dyed fabrics will not be harmed. It should not be used on fabrics containing acetate. Use only pure acetone on stains; although most nail polish removers contain acetone, the other ingredients included in these products can worsen stains. Caution: Acetone is flammable and evaporates rapidly, producing toxic fumes. When using acetone, work outside or in a well-ventilated place. Avoid inhaling fumes. Store in a tightly capped container in a cool place.

Alcohol. Common isopropyl alcohol (70%), which can be purchased generically at drugstores, is sufficient for most stain-removal jobs that call for alcohol, although the stronger denatured alcohol (90%) can also be used. Be sure you don't buy alcohol with added color or fragrance. Alcohol will fade some dyes; pretest before using it. Alcohol will damage acetate, tri acetate, modacrylic, and acrylic fibers. If you must use it on fibers in the acetate family, dilute the alcohol with two parts water. Caution: Alcohol is poisonous and flammable. Observe all label precautions.

Ammonia. For stain removal, purchase plain household ammonia without added color or fragrance. It is sold at grocery stores. Because ammonia affects some dyes, always pretest on a hidden corner of the stained article. To restore color changed by ammonia, rinse the affected area with water and apply a few drops of white vinegar. Rinse with clear water again. Ammonia damages silk and wool; if you must use it on these fibers, dilute it with an equal amount of water and use as sparingly as possible. Caution: Ammonia is poisonous. Avoid inhaling its fumes. It will cause burns or irritation if it comes in contact with the skin or eyes. Observe all label precautions. Never mix ammonia with chlorine bleach, as this will release chloramine, a highly toxic substance. 041b061a72


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