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605 Pre-Laundry Stain Spray

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Reg. 11.99
Fuller Brush Stain Spray About Pre-Laundry Stain Spray      

  • Emulsifiers and solvents break down and dissolve oil-based and water-based soils
  • Removes tough stains including: grease, collar rings, fruit, ink
  • Equally effective in all water temperatures
  • Will not shrink or fade fabrics
Where To Use
Pre-Laundry Stain Spray    
  • Use to remove tough stains from washable fabrics
  • Safe to use on synthetic and natural colorfast fabrics
How To Use
Pre-Laundry Stain Spray    

1. Test an inconspicuous area.
2. Hold can 4 inches from fabric; completely saturate the stain.
3. Wait one to three minutes.
4. Launder soiled fabrics as usual.
5. For tough stains, re-apply and re-wash before drying.

Problem Solving
Tips on Treating Laundry Stains:
  • Pre-test Stain Spray in an inconspicuous spot, such as the seam allowance or hem of a garment.
  • Always run a sample test, since even water may damage some fabrics.
  • Avoid using heat. Hot water, hot air or a hot iron can make a stain impossible to remove.
  • Always handle stained items gently.  Rubbing, folding, wringing, or squeezing a stained item may cause the stain to penetrate more deeply.  Rough handling can also damage delicate fabrics.
  • To reduce the likelihood of leaving a ring around a cleaned area, work from the outside in when treating a stain.
  • Specifications  

    • Made in the USA! 
    • Net Wt: 18 oz.
    • Product Type: Aerosol Spray
    • MPN:/Model:  605,605002
    • GTIN:/UPC:  083701006052
    • Tax according to your local sales tax code
    • Shipping by Fedex:  $9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.  

    Environmental Notes 

    • No phosphates, chlorine, or  chlorofluorocarbons
    • Recyclable steel can

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