Red dye stain remover! Stain-Blaster is the premier red dye remover for use on fabrics, carpeting, or clothing. Stain Blaster can be used for treating carpet and fabric for the presence of cranberry juice, Kool Aid, fruit punch, shoe polish, cough syrup, latex paint, many wines, chocolate, dirt, grease, and soft drink stains.
Will safely remove Kool Aid, fruit punch, shoe polish, and all food based dye stains.
1. Check stain for residue from inferior cleaners-if present, rinse completely before starting. Blot dry if needed.
2. Apply Stain-Blaster directly from bottle to stained area. Allow to dwell for a few seconds before proceeding. Most stains will disappear without further effort. Extract as usual using high quality extraction cleaner. If the stain persists, proceed with heat transfer stain removal method.
HEAT TRANSFER METHOD:
1. Fill a normal household steam iron with plain tap water. Set iron at lowest heat setting (that will produce steam.) Note: Higher heat does not speed up the process; it slows it down and sets the stain. Then lay a 100% cotton white towel or washcloth saturated with Stain-Blaster over stained area.
2. Set the preheated iron on top of the towel directly over the stained area. Do not apply pressure. Use the weight of the iron only. Allow iron to sit on towel approximately 20-40 seconds.
3. Apply pressure to handle of iron and hold firmly on towel for about 10 seconds, lift iron and towel, check for transfer, shift iron to clean moist area on towel and repeat as necessary.
Note: Use this product in a well-ventilated area.
Specific gravity: 1.0
Keep this and all chemicals out of reach of children!
This product may cause skin and eye irritation to sensitive individuals. If inhaled, steam may be irritating. If inhaled, remove to fresh air. If persistent difficulty in breathing occurs get medical attention. If ingested, drink plenty of water and get medical attention. For skin contact, wash with water.
Refer to Material Safety Date Sheet for additional safety information. Nontoxic, non-corrosive, and non-hazardous.