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1000+ In Action (Outdoors)

GOOD BYE YUCK - HELLO SPRING!

Recent photos from somebody who loves 1000+.  Outdoor living areas get yucky through mildew, pollen, grime, animal droppings, etc. 1000+ is an easy and convenient “reach for it first” way to restore freshness to decks, landscaping elements, hot tubs and other recreational belongings.  Safe to plants and lawn. In these photos, a brush and scrub sponge were the only tools needed.  1000+ was squirted on the surfaces, rubbed in, and rinsed with a garden hose. The landscaping wood was left in perfect condition, without the splintering and streaks that can occur when using power washers on wood surfaces.

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SHE HAD TRIED THE OLD TOMATO JUICE BATH!

My friend posted on Facebook that a skunk sprayed her dog. She said maybe one day her husky mix, Frank, would learn to stay away from the "black and white kitties". I called her and told her about 1000+ and she said she'd try anything at this point. She had tried the old tomato juice bath, but that was just messy and ineffective. So I drove out to see her and helped her bathe her stinky, stinky dog. We were both surprised! 1000+ worked as well as it did diluted, it was quick, effective and not harsh on our skin.  Needless to say we were all very happy, and so was Frank!   A.

IN FACT, IT WAS SIMPLY AMAZING!

“…this is a wow stuff. I watched my staff clean this kettle myself. in fact it was simply amazing. but I noticed that for stains that are hardened and has stayed for a long time, one has to apply the product and then give it sometime and then, you will see its wonders.  Thanks and remain blessed.  (Kerosene stove kettle had a very high rate of carbon deposits hardened over time).”

C.U., Nigeria

NOTE TO READER:  These types of kettles are common in rural Nigeria where kerosene stoves are replacing wood stoves as a measure to conserve trees .  Current cleaning methods are harsh on skin.  1000+ Stain Remover is gentle on skin.

WOW! THE SIDING DOES NOT NEED TO BE REPAINTED!

Last weekend I power washed my house in preparation for repainting. The house has painted cedar siding that was dirty, had faded in many areas and had little black mold dots all over it, looked pretty bad. I had some 1000+ Stain Remover I had recently purchased so I thought I may as well use it, maybe it would make the job a little easier. When I finished cleaning the siding I could hardly believe my eyes, the dirt was gone, the fading was gone, and the mold was gone. The siding looked great and does not need to be repainted after all, WOW!      

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