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REMOVE IT! RED WINE, CURRY & DRINKS STAIN REMOVER

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Quick, safe & effective stain remover for red wine, fizzy drink, fruit juice and curry.

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8,00 €

ABOUT THE PRODUCT SUITABLE FOR

A specialist cleaning solution used for removing Red Wine, Curry, Fizzy Drink and Fruit Juice stains from carpets, clothes & upholstery.  The cleaner may change the colour of the stain as you’re cleaning it, that’s normal and just the unique way in which the product works! Remember: It’s also perfectly safe to use on delicate fabrics such as silk & wool.

Remove It: Red Wine, Curry & Drinks Stain Remover is a water based product and so is non hazardous and non flammable, It contains no solvents or abrasives and so is gentle and kind to the skin.

Remove it! to use on all carpets, upholstery, clothes, furniture, handbags, footwear or any other item made from fabric, canvas or textiles, including delicates such as silk & wool. It is the perfect solution for tackling stains such as:

 • Red wine
 Fizzy drinks such as Cola or Irn-Bru
 Fruit Juice
 Curry

STEP 1
Always pre-test in an inconspicuous area before using.  Check for dye stability, colour change and texture change.

Spray directly onto the stain so the surface is wet and agitate with a brush or terry towel. Blot with a clean piece of terry towel dabbing from the outside of the stain to the centre. DO NOT RUB. Keep applying the Stain Remover in this way until the stain is removed or no more stain is transferred onto the cloth.

STEP 2
When finished, clean the area with the Fabric Cleaner & Spotter and then rinse with warm water to remove excess cleaning residues.


HOW TO REMOVE RED WINE STAINS
This guide will show you how to remove a red wine stain from a carpet, but the same procedure can also be followed for all fabrics, clothes & upholstery.
BEFORE AFTER
Please view the videos provided below for easy to follow, visual instruction on how to use this product effectively, demonstrating how easy it is to use on real life examples.