Blog Posts (winning colours stain remover)

Dec 9 2010 - 3:39pm
peter

There is nothing cuter than a baby and they can be particularly cute when they are eating.  However, they can also be messy, very messy.  A bib only covers so much area and inevitabley they get baby food stains on their clothes, your clothes, the high chair etc.  Winning Colours Stain Remover can help with all these stains.  It works just as well on hard surfaces like the high chair as on clothes.  Just follow the instructions on the Uses/Tips page for best results.  So when it comes to feeding the baby and then dealing with the baby food stains, keep a bottle of Winning Colours handy.

Dec 2 2010 - 2:42pm
peter

I am a bit of a squemish guy.  I am not keen on the sight of blood, not even the sight of blood stains.  So a product that is so effective at removing blood stains from clothes is particularly valuable to me.  The added benefit of using Winning Colours Stain Remover is that it is kind to the skin.  When you use Winning Colours you can apply a small amount directly to the area were you are removing the blood stain from your clothes.  Moisten it with a cloth or sponge and rub the stain, then wipe away excess moisture with a towel of cloth.  You can learn more about how to use Winning Colours Stain Remover by visiting our USES/TIPS page.  So for all the squemish and not so squemish types think of Winning Colours whenever you are removing blood stains from clothes.

Nov 25 2010 - 1:47pm
peter

In these times of video games and virtually unlimited tv selection it is great to see kids spend time with traditional pastimes.  Creating their own artwork with crayons is still a favourite with young children.  All you need is a box of crayons, lots of paper and an active imagination.  However, all this imagination will inevitably lead to some crayon markings on walls and clothing.  This is when Winning Colours Stain Remover is a parents best friend.  It is very effective when it comes to removing crayon markings from walls and clothing and is safe on skin.  To learn more about how to use Winning Colours you can click here.  So go ahead, let the kids have fun knowing we have you covered when it comes to clean up time. 

Nov 14 2010 - 10:48pm
peter

I personally am a big fan of using spray paint.  It can be quicker and easier to use and gets in those hard to paint places. However, the nature of spray paint is that you are likely to get some on your clothes, surrounding surfaces etc.  At least I know I do.  Winning Colours Stain remover can help with all of these; removing spray paint from your clothes, removing spray paint from the walls, removing spray paint form the the floors... you get the idea 1000+ uses.  So when you are spray painting make sure you have your bottle of Winning Colours handy, you'll need it when it comes to removing spray paint.