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Katarina is a Mom from Atlanta, GA.  She first heard about Winning Colours (now called 1000+) Stain Remover from her sister in Canada.  Katarina is an experienced mom and knows what she likes.  Her new favourite stain remover is 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover.  She knows she can trust 1000+ (Winning Colours) Stain Remover to remove the toughest stains.

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“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”.

I was reupholstering my teak dining room chairs and ended up refinishing all the wood.

On the first chair I used a full sheet of 150 sand paper to remove 20 years of teak oil and body oil buildup before re-oiling and ending up with a new looking chair.  On the rest I scrubbed with full strength 1000+ and green scrubber first and had much less sanding and even then did not use one whole sheet for the next five chairs.  I was a little concerned about leaving residual 1000+ in the wood and it reacting to the teak oiling to be done at the end.  I washed and scrubbed with water after the first scrubbing and wiped with rags before light sanding. The end result was fabulous. Show Room condition!  A couple of the chairs got completely disassembled and re-glued.  I have lots of teak and have had it on boats. I was not worried about water, or extra sanding if required, but they required so little after being completely cleaned, with 1000+  first. It was amazing.  On the photo below “before” is on the left, but I was comparing the fabric, not the finish at that time.


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When my dogs have a bath I rub a small amount of 1000+ (full strength) into their fur (like shampoo) and rinse them off in the tub.  They smell so good and are very clean afterward.   If they are sick and have a spit up on the carpet, I first remove the solids, then pour some full-strength 1000+ onto the spot, rub it in, add water and wipe it up.  The stain and smell are gone.  When the dogs play in mud and come inside with dirty paws, I mop the floors with diluted 1000+ Stain Remover (1 part 1000+ to 10 parts water or more).  If the mud gets onto walls, I simply get my spray bottle of diluted 1000+ (1:10) and spray and wipe them down.  I even clean the dog’s food bowls and mats with 1000+. With big dogs, the bowls and mats get hairy and grimy - so I fill the sink with hot water and add 1000+ and everything comes out nice and clean.

When Vachon (our Golden Retriever) had her pups, I used 1000+ quite a lot. Vachon and her ten pups were clean and healthy!  The general clean-up was easy – I simply sprayed everything down with diluted 1000+. 

1000+ Stain Remover is the best cleaner in this house!!!


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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! 



I am a retired custom home builder, we did it all. This past weekend I was cleaning out my shop and found an old stiff purdy brush, the tips were ok, but you could not bend the bristles half way down because they were caked with old paint residue. Instead of tossing it, I decided to rejuvenate it with 1000+ Stain Remover.

All I had left at the house was some...         diluted (3-1) solution, so I laid the brush in a tray and sprayed it down good, letting it sit for a couple hours, while adding sprays on occasion. The brush was completely rejuvenated, soft and pliable bristles top to bottom, and this was with diluted product.
These brushes are expensive. We used to clean them and rub them down with lanolin soap, but 1000+ seems to do just fine!

TIP:  For stiff brushes, use 1000+ to soften them up.

STEP 1. In a glass jar, put enough 1000+ Stain Remover to cover the bristles

STEP 2. Allow to soak overnight

STEP 3. Rinse thoroughly with water

STEP 4. Dry with a clean cloth

Repeat if necessary.



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