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1000+ In Action (Around the House)

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!

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!!!

NOW MY “OOPSY MESSES” ARE SIMPLY “WHO CARES” THOUGHTS!

“I was amazed at how well 1000+ performed on restoring the gleam black to an old family heirloom. I simply took a tooth brush dipped it into 1000+ and lightly brushed the charms & links of my gold bracelet. I rinsed the piece under water and blotted dry with a soft towel. In no time at all, the sparkle returned to all of the gems and all traces of black grime were removed from the bracelets links revealing its intricate details”.

Before discovering 1000+ Stain Remover, cleaning up in my studio was a very tedious chore and most of the time, very toxic and smelly.  Oil paint stains, brush cleanup and spills were cleaned up with a toxic turpentine substitute and I had to wear rubber gloves.  When teaching art to young people, I had to do the entire cleanup after they had left.  Now, all my studio cleanups are done with 1000+ Stain Remover. My young art students can now cleanup their own messes safely in the studio (although they were quite happy when I did it for them).  For oils, I don’t have to wear gloves, the sink is always clean, no toxic fumes and boy it’s fast!  Even using the high staining Phthalo pigments, 1000+ cleans it so easily.  Even my graphite stains on my nice white table don’t last very long now.  Now my “oopsy messes” are now simply “who cares” thoughts because 1000+ always saves the day. 

Gisèle Grenier, Pet Portrait, Wildlife & Mixed Media Artist