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Katarina is a Mom from Atlanta, GA.  She first heard about Winning Colours (now called 1000+) Stain Remover from her sister in Canada.  Katarina is an experienced mom and knows what she likes.  Her new favourite stain remover is 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover.  She knows she can trust 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover to remove the toughest stains.

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THE LABEL WAS SURPRISINGLY UNYIELDING!

1000+ Stain Remover, some water and a towel (to add friction) - and the job was done in time at all.

REMOVING 40+ YEAR OLD CARPET NOT A SMALL TASK!

The stairs had carpet on them for 40+ years. When the carpet was removed the stairs were left with a sticky gooey mess. The speciality scraper tool that we bought for the job did not work well on its own. We then poured 1000+ Stain Remover (full-strength) onto the stair and rubbed it in with our fingers. We let it sit for 1 minute and then we worked the stair with a small paint scraper. The glue started to come up immediately. It took less than 5 minutes to completely clean each stair. We then sprayed water onto the stair and removed excess 1000+ Stain Remover with rags. The stair looked nice and clean.

For the back of the stair we simply put a sprayer on the bottle of 1000+ and sprayed it onto the stair and repeated the process. 

Now we just have to sand and varnish!

GREASY GRIME - NO PROBLEM!

Here an auto mechanic shop uses 1000+ for their annual shop clean up. 1000+ was used on all kinds of equipment and surfaces – and some of the grime was pretty tough.  The results were impressive!

 

OH NO, I LOVE THIS POT!

Burnt pots are never fun, and burnt cream-of-wheat is super messy, especially when it simmers on low heat undetected for a substantial period of time. 

Although 1000+ has saved a few of my pots in the past, this time I was not sure that anything would help. I was dealing with dark brown sticky gunk. Still I gave it a try and with some soaking and some elbow grease my pot emerged brand new, looking better than it did before.   

I know this is a not-a-big deal pot, but it is my favorite. 

(A PIECE OF ADVICE: Do not let your cream of wheat simmer endlessly….)

THE MESS ON MY HANDS

CLEAN POT! YEAY!!!