The following items are not covered by the stain warranty.
Acne medications & skin creams
Plant food and Fertilizers
Toilet bowl cleaners
Tub & Tile cleaners
Urine and Vomit (if not properly neutralized and removed)
Immediate attention to spots and spills will make removal easier. Always blot the area to be cleaned. One of the best agents to use on water-based spills is Club Soda. Keep a bottle handy, at room temperature, for emergencies. After blotting to remove spill, dribble it on, and let it set for a moment then blot again to remove stain.
If the stain persists, use the appropriate cleaning method outlined below
|BEER,JUICE||B||LATEX PAINT A LIPSTICK||D|
|CHOCOLATE||D||MOTOR OIL||D (used)|
|COFFEE (cream & sugar)||D||MUSTARD||A|
|COOKING OIL||D||OIL PAINT||D|
|COUGH SYRUP||A||ORANGE JUICE||A|
|CRANBERRY JUICE||B||ORANGE SODA||AC|
|FELL MARKER||D, E||RED CLAY SOIL||A|
|GRAPE JUICE||B||SLIME (Toy)||D|
|HAWAIIAN PUNCH||A||WATER COLORS|
|INK (Water Soluble)||A|
|INK (Ballpoint or Perm)||D|
Cleaning Method B suggests the application of Hydrogen Peroxide. Immediately follow with household ammonia and blot. The use of Hydrogen Peroxide alone for food dye stain is often sufficient, but by immediately adding ammonia you change pH of Hydrogen Peroxide, which dramatically accelerates the oxidizing bleaching process. Hydrogen Peroxide contains approximately 0.001% phosphoric acid for the very purpose of slowing down the bleaching process. Finally Hydrogen Peroxide itself ages very rapidly which explains the need for the brown bottle. Shelf life for spot cleaning purpose is only 3-6 months.
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