Featured Video Testimonial

Do you know what an "alter ego" is? - a second personality within, real but truly "other".  THAT'S DIRTY DAVE!  Anyone who knows this gentleman knows that he is one heck of a crisp and clean person, in every sense of the word.  But man o man watch him enjoy those meatballs rolling all over the place.  That's probably why he is the smartest one of all.  Have fun making the mess, then have fun cleaning it up with 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover - A true balance!  He knows 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover is a stain remover that can remove the toughest stains.

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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

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WOW WHAT A TERRIFIC PRODUCT!

I have an industrial sewing machine that was pulled out of production for cleaning and re-sale, the sewing table was covered in adhesive.  1000+ Stain Remover removed the adhesive with hardly any effort.  1000+ was applied full strength and lightly scrubbed with an old tooth brush, next a paint scrapper was used, the adhesive was instantly removed!

 

WE LOVE OUR PETS, BUT “PEE, POOP & PUKE”  ARE A FACT OF LIFE…

I came home from work the other day to find this. No problem, I first removed the solids, then poured a small amount of 1000+ on the yellow stain that was left behind and rubbed it with a wet wash cloth, adding a bit of water as I was doing it.  The nasty mess was soon gone - no stain, no smell. Nice and clean.  Accidents like this happen from time to time – now I’m “ready” and don’t get stressed.

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.)