Stain Remover - Pure
(Includes $1 Jar Deposit)
This product can be used just about anywhere in the house. Our stain remover easily removes dirt from your patio set, while also removing stains on your clothes! A little tip for your stained clothes: use it only before washing. Spray on, rub and put directly into the washer.
Vegan, biodegradable, SLS-free.
- Ideal for both HE front-loading washers and conventional washers
- Deodorizes fabric with its lemon and eucalyptus mix of essential oils (no synthetic fragrance or dye)
- Ideal for sensitive skin, babies, washable diapers, technical clothing and delicate fabrics
- Lemon: Dissolves dirt and removes stains.
- Natural minerals: Get rid of stubborn dirt.
Citrus based formula formulated without solvents or petrochemicals which damage the fibers over time. Removes all kinds of stains (ink, blood, oil, food, grass, etc.) Very gentle and safe for most fabrics. USE THE PRODUCT WITH WATER (EITHER BY ADDING SOME ON THE STAIN OR BY SOAKING) TO ACTIVATE THE FORMULA AND AVOID ANY MARKS. For best results, spray directly on the stain, wet with water and wait a few minutes. Rinse with a damp cloth. For laundry, apply on the stain and wash as usual. DO NOT USE ON WOOL OR SILK.
CAUTION MAY IRRITATE EYES, MAY IRRITATE SKIN. Do not get in eyes, do not get on skin or clothing. Do not breathe fumes. Keep out of reach of children. FIRST AID TREATMENT Contains: laureth-9, MEA – Dodecylbenzene sulfonate, sodium hydroxyde. If swallowed, call a Poison Control Centre or doctor immediately. Do not induce vomiting. If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If on skin, rinse well with water.
Our ingredients are carefully selected by our research and development department, which works in collaboration with external laboratories specialized in green chemistry. Our ingredients are safe for our health, our homes and the environment. We always prioritize ingredients from natural sources, plant or mineral based, and North American suppliers using high and sustainable manufacturing standards.
Produced in Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska, QC.