Stardrops The Pink Stuff Miracle Laundry Oxi Powder Stain Remover, Whites, 1 kg
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You should also note that the picture images show only our serving suggestions of how to prepare your food - all table accessories and additional items and/or ingredients pictured with the product you are purchasing are not included. From limescale in the tub to stained pans in the kitchen, The Pink Stuff showed excellent cleaning power. Anyway, if you want to know about using The Pink Stuff on blinds and whether or not this is wise, please mosey on over to find out the results of our experiments within this accompanying blog post.
Care instructions: Always follow washing machine instructions on garment or fabric care label and always wash colours separately. Do not keep solutions of this product in sealed container as it will continue to give off oxygen and may leek. Directions for use: The Pink Stuff The Miracle Laundry Oxi Powder Stain Remover for Whites is for colour fast garments and fabrics only.GHI Tip: The Pink Stuff is a mildly abrasive paste, so it could leave tiny scratch marks on some more delicate surfaces.
Just be sure to do a small patch test inside the oven before use as The Pink Stuff is mildly abrasive, so it could create small scratches on the surface.
If you do require precise ingredient information you should consult the manufacturer, whose contact details will appear on the packaging or label.
Non-waterproof blinds fabrics can’t safely get wet anyway; and when it comes to waterproof blinds, cleaning products won’t penetrate their fabric. In fact, it scored a very impressive 10/11 in our burnt dish performance test, removing scorch marks and making our tester’s pan look “as good as new”.While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it is accurate, it is not a substitute for your reading the product packaging and label prior to use. uk/Household/Laundry-%26-Ironing/Fabric-Stain-Removers/Pink-Stuff-Oxi-Powder-For-Colours-1kg/p/797697" on this server. The MLOPSR (my typing finger is tired now) is designed to lift stains by penetrating the fibres of the fabric and loosening them; this doesn’t happen with waterproof fabrics, as they don’t absorb water.