StainGo laundry
Removing Common Stains
For stains other than specific (pictured on right)

1 Place a soft white cloth underneath the stain where possible. Hold the bottle upright and spray StainGo® onto the stain.

2 Wait for one minute then work StainGo® into the stain by gently rubbing with the front end of the spray nozzle. Avoid aggressive rubbing. For extra-delicate fabrics, rub with a soft white cloth instead of the spray nozzle.

3 Dab wet surface by pressing firmly on the stain with a white paper towel.

4 Repeat process until stain disappears. Extra-stubborn stains may require repeated applications.

5 Allow to dry naturally or wash as normal.

Helpful hints so you get the best results

1 Because of the way StainGo® works, it is better to let some stains dry before attempting to remove them. As a rule of thumb, greasy and oily spills should be treated as soon as possible. If the stain is particularly stubborn, let the StainGo® solution soak in before working on it again.

2 When treating a fresh spill on fine fabrics, dab the stain well by applying pressure prior to the use of StainGo®. Rinse with distilled water and again dab the stain well. If time permits, let the stain dry then commence the StainGo® treatment.

3 Avoid aggressive rubbing which can damage delicate fabrics.

4 If the stain is hard or crusty, scrape it to remove any excess before applying StainGo®.

5 Repeat applications on stubborn stains. In extreme cases, allow up to two hours in between treatments to let StainGo® penetrate the stain.

6 Do not rush the stain removal process as many stains require time for StainGo® to react with the stain and lift it from the fabric.

Time taken to remove stains

All stains have different ‘release times’. 100% polyester usually releases stains quickly. A polyester-cotton blend usually takes a little longer and 100% cotton takes considerably longer to release a stain because cotton fibre is very hollow. Don’t assume that StainGo® isn’t working if the spot you are trying to remove does not disappear immediately.

Be patient. In most cases it is better to let the stain dry before you remove it. If the stain is particularly stubborn, soak in the StainGo® solution for a few minutes. Then work it again.

  Lipstick Silk Tie
  lipstick & greasy
silk ties
  Hospital Pen and biro
  hospital, dental, medical, vetinary micropore type ballpoint pen
  Blood (dried) Nail Polish (wet)
  blood (dried) nail polish(wet), lipstick, make-up
  Nail Polish (dry) Chewing Gum
  nail polish (dry) chewing gum
  Candle Wax Butter
  candle wax butter
  Shoe Polish (wax/paste) Furniture Polish
  shoe polish (paste/wax) furniture polish
  Gentian Violet Oil paint
  gentian violet oil paint
  Lacquer Shoe Polish (liquid/wet)
  lacquer shoe polish (liquid/wet)
  Important Instructions and Precaution:

The advice given is only a recommendation and implies no guarantee. Since reactions may vary from fabric to fabric and with differing compositions, it is advisable to test the fabric in a non-conspicuous area for its suitability to the product prior to treating the stained area.
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