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1000+ In Action (At Work)

FILTERS AND INSTRUMENTS COME OUT SHINY AND CLEAN!

My instruments get all kinds of debris, blood, etc. caught in the crevices and grooves.  This needs to be cleaned/removed before sterilization or the debris hardens on the instruments and burs.  I first tried this with my lab burs; soaking them in a mixture of 1000+ and water and all the debris dissolved away.  The instruments and burs even came out sparkly new and shiny.  Now I do this with all my burs, instruments, lab burs, bands; anything metal that needs to be cleaned before sterilization.  The assistants love it because they don't have to scrub anymore, just soak for a while, rinse and then they can bag them and autoclave. 

I use 5:1 for pure soak with a lot of debris and 10:1 in the ultrasonic cleaner.  For small burs I use a 50-50 mix to dissolve quicker. The more 1000+ the better and quicker.  I have left burs and instruments overnight and it doesn't harm them or dull them at all.  They come out shiny and clean with just rinsing.

The photos show filter screens of my high speed suction machines that evacuate all that we do in the operatories before sewage entry.  The “Before” photo (Photo 1) shows the screens washed in very hot water with a scrub brush.  The “After” photo (Photo 2) shows the screens that were soaked overnight in a 10:1 mixture of water and 1000+.  Then I rescrubbed them with a brush and hot water. It took very little effort and wow, do they shine! 

What a great product!

(H.W.)                    

        

THE RESULT WAS SIMPLY AMAZING!

As you can see from the photos, our photocopier was well overdue for cleaning.  This is a mild way of saying that what we were dealing with was a magenta / cyan explosion. As you know the fine toner dust gets into and onto everything.  So some serious care was required.

First we vacuumed the excess toner dust.  Then we applied 1000+ Stain Remover full strength onto a sponge (scrubbing side) and began to scrub away the areas where the dust “set” into the machine as well as around the cartridges and the various knobs.  Water and paper towel were used in the end to wipe away all surface.  

I can honestly say it took very little effort and the result was simply amazing!

 

I WAS SURPRISED AND PLEASED HOW WELL 1000+ WORKED!

I worked in a detailing shop cleaning personal and commercial vehicles.  We had lots of different chemicals available to us but 1000+ Stain Remover managed to get the stubborn stains out.  I have to admit that I was both surprised and pleased at just how well 1000+ cleaned the carpets and seats of the cars.  Typically we would dilute 1000+ Stain Remover with water and then shampoo the mixture into the carpets and stains.  For stubborn stains, we used 1000+ full strength to pre-stain the spots or to work them directly.

One day a lady came to the car wash.  She had hit a skunk and the skunk smell inside her car was so strong that we weren’t even sure how she managed to drive the car.  We told her that we would do our best to get the smell out but that we could not guarantee great results.  Skunk spray is not an easy smell to remove.  She told us to give it a try anyway.  Our first choice was 1000+ Stain Remover.  We first used it to shampoo the carpets and the seats and then we wiped down every spot inside the car with 1000+ - the dash board, the glove box, everything – and lo and behold, as we suspected, the skunk smell disappeared.  I was so happy that we had 1000+ Stain Remover.  The customer was happy too!

We continue to use 1000+ Stain Remover at the shop! 

(M.R.)

LOVE THIS STUFF!

This is a Concentrated Dye Stain that is used in the woodworking industry.  It spilled all over the tile floor in the store. We tried EVERYTHING in the store to clean it up. Nothing worked. We resolved ourselves to replacing the tile - job that would have cost well over $2,000.  I then remembered that I had a sample bottle of 1000+ Stain Remover in the back of store. I used it and it worked!  Love this stuff! (from a paint store in Easton, Maryland)

     THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED

    THIS IS THE MESS ON THE FLOOR. IT WAS SUCCESSFULLY CLEANED UP WITH 1000+