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Stain Solution by The Laundress
Stain Solution by The Laundress
Stain Solution by The Laundress
Stain Solution by The Laundress
Stain Solution by The Laundress
$ 20.00

Stain Solution by The Laundress

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We know how frustrating tough stains can be—from red wine and coffee to pit stains. Whether you’re rescuing a brand-new shirt or reviving your antique bedding and heirlooms, just one drop of this powerful unscented solution effectively removes stubborn stains, old and new.

Color and texture may vary with natural ingredients. Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial color. Cruelty-free. No animal by-products.

Made in the USA.

Ingredients | Concentrated blend of plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants.
Size | 16 oz | Highly concentrated—treats up to 200 stains
Designer |  THE LAUNDRESS

To aid stain removal, pour water from a height or put the affected area under the faucet and let the pressure of the water help work the stain. Use hot water when treating cotton, linen, and durable synthetics and cool or lukewarm water for all other fabric types, such as silks, delicates, wool, or cashmere.

Heavily stained items are best laundered with hot water and a long wash cycle. For blood stains, use cold water.

How-to Video: Removing Stains

This solution is ideal for protein and tannin stains such as wine, coffee, ink, grass, urine, and blood. This solution is also effective on pit stains and other old, set-in stains. Safe for all washable fabrics.

Stains build up over time. We recommend pretreating with every load to prevent dinginess and to remove stains and odor. While you may not notice a stain today, it is especially important to pretreat areas that are susceptible to buildup, such as underarms, collars, and cuffs.

DETAILS

Ingredients | Concentrated blend of plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants.
Size | 16 oz | Highly concentrated—treats up to 200 stains
Designer |  THE LAUNDRESS

USE

To aid stain removal, pour water from a height or put the affected area under the faucet and let the pressure of the water help work the stain. Use hot water when treating cotton, linen, and durable synthetics and cool or lukewarm water for all other fabric types, such as silks, delicates, wool, or cashmere.

Heavily stained items are best laundered with hot water and a long wash cycle. For blood stains, use cold water.

How-to Video: Removing Stains

TIPS

This solution is ideal for protein and tannin stains such as wine, coffee, ink, grass, urine, and blood. This solution is also effective on pit stains and other old, set-in stains. Safe for all washable fabrics.

Stains build up over time. We recommend pretreating with every load to prevent dinginess and to remove stains and odor. While you may not notice a stain today, it is especially important to pretreat areas that are susceptible to buildup, such as underarms, collars, and cuffs.