eaze-OUT Super Concentrated Stain Remover
SAFE for all colorfast fabrics. Works well for all fabrics including silk lingerie, designer wear, carpets, draperies and upholstery. Proven effective on blood, grease, oil, grass, fruit juices, makeup, red wine, baby formula, food stains, mustard, chocolate, coffee, tea, shoe polish, perspiration, crayon, ink and other difficult, old or set-in stains.
Fabric Care Tips
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How to get the most out of the powerful yet gentle Super Concentrated Stain Remover.
EAZE-OUT…there is no better stain remover or laundry boost on the market. Used by the “pro’s” to get out the worst stains from all types of fabrics.
EAZE-OUT is safe for all colorfast fabrics. It contains no bleach or chlorine and is biodegradable.
Before washing any garment, always check first for colorfastness! It is a simple process. Wet a small corner of the fabric where it will not show, and apply EAZE-OUT. Let it set for 3 to 5 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. If the color does not bleed then it is probably colorfast. (OECD 301D TEST)
USE of EAZE-OUT for Removing Spots & Stains
Wet the soiled area with cold water and apply EAZEOUT directly onto the stain. Work in EAZE-OUT with your fingertips to thoroughly penetrate the stain. Allow EAZE-OUT to soak, dissolve and lift the stain for about 3 to 5 minutes, then wash the garment in the usual manner and rinse thoroughly. In most cases the stain will be gone on your first application. Some stubborn stains may require a repeat application of EAZE-OUT.
USE of EAZE-OUT as a Laundry Booster
Simply add two or three capfuls of EAZE-OUT to your wash load. Because EAZE-OUT removes the residue from the powdered laundry detergents, you will notice that whites become whiter and colors become brighter. Use of EAZE-OUT as your laudry booster will mean you can use a lot less detergent in your wash. So EAZE-OUT saves you money too.
COLD FACTS ABOUT FABRIC CARE
Always remember that cold water works better than hot water in removing stains. Cold helps the fabric to expand, while hot causes shrinking and tends to tighten the fabric around the stain.
SILK: Silk is one of the oldest fabrics known to man. Modern methods promote dry cleaning as the only way to care for silk. Washing predates dry cleaning and that is how we know that silk can be safely washed. In fact, hand washing will accentuate the natural luster of silks. Hand washing silks with EAZEOUT maximizes the benefits.
To hand wash silk, add a capful or two of EAZE-OUT to 2 liters of cold water. Wash gently, and squeeze suds through fabric. Do not wring or rub silks in water. Rinse gently and thoroughly. To dry, wrap your silk garment in a clean towel to remove excess water. Hang dry, but do not use a wire hanger. Iron damp on the wrong side using a low heat setting. Always iron silk in a lightly dampened state. Never iron silk completely dry.
COTTON: Cotton is easy to launder. Cotton can shrink easily, and it may not always be colorfast. We recommend that fine cotton washables be washed with EAZE-OUT in cold water and dried by hand or dry flat.
LINEN: Linen is extremely tough and durable. If not preshrunk, always assume it will shrink slightly when washed. Linen has a poor affinity for dyes, so always check for colorfastness before using EAZE-OUT.
WOOL: Wool is a strong natural fibre which is highly absorbent and has excellent resistance to wrinkling. Wool can be safely hand washed using EAZE-OUT.
SYNTHETIC FABRICS: There are a number of manufactured fabrics on the market and most can be safely washed using EAZE-OUT. Polyester, Nylon, Orlon, Rayon, Spandex and Lycra can be washed just as you would silk or fine washables. Always rinse thoroughly.
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