Stain removal tips
A new formula should always be tested on an inconspicuous part of the item to be cleaned to be sure it does not damage the material or finish before using it on a part that shows.
For safety, users should mix up just what they'll use of most cleaners, not store them, and keep them out of reach of children who might drink them. NEVER put in food container like a soda bottle. If any are stored, label them!
For safety, when using strong alkalis, users should wear rubber gloves. Alkalis that dissolve grease readily, also dissolve oil out of one's skin. Gloves, rinsed off after use, last a long time and cost less than extra lotions rubbed into dry hands; and anyone can learn to wear them!
Having a few basic "ingredients" around that can be used for many kinds of cleaning will require less storage space than dozens of different products and cause less environmental problems in disposing of used or unused products.
Always test an inconspicuous area for colorfastness, etc. before treating the exposed area. Also note that certain stains are permanent.
|Choose the type of stain|
|Basins||Label marks||Pet's urine||Soap scum|
|Coffee||Mildew||Porcelain Cleaner||Scouring powder|
|Disinfectant - floor||Non stick cookware||Pots and pans||Tea Stains|
|Grease on floor||Oven cleaner||Resin||Wiper fluid|
|Fridge cleaning||Paint brush||Rust|