Find out how others are using 1000+™ Stain Remover

1000+ In Action (1000+ Stain Remover)

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!!!

 Hair Dye – OH NO! 1000+ Stain Remover – Oh YES!

“When I was at the hairdressers last night one of the girls had dyed a client's hair and when she removed the gloves she had black hair dye on her hands and arm because the gloves had a hole in them. She was going out right after work and was distraught. I said: “Well I think I might have something to help you!” and handed her some 1000+ Stain R...emover I had in my purse. She removed the dye easily and so did one of the other girls who was working and who also had hair dye on her arm. They told me that it usually takes a couple of days to wear off. She also mentioned that it is sometimes very difficult to get the dye off customers skin around the scalp line and asked if they could use it for this. I told them yes, the product is kind to skin, but advised them to put the product on a facecloth or tissue to apply to scalp line and then rinse with water.”