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March 26, 2015: Newsletter
I've got two things for you on this warming-up Thursday. There's still snow on the ground here in New Hampshire, but Mother Nature is doing a great job of melting it!
Jared - Soaking and Washing Clothes
Jared emailed me and wanted to know the Best Practices for soaking and washing stained clothes.
He wondered about the soaking times and it if was necessary to wash after soaking.
Both great questions!
First, Stain Solver works best as a pre-soak product. You can soak something overnight if you want. The longer you soak something, the better chance you have of the stain coming out.
Once you mix Stain Solver with water, it makes the stain-removing oxygen ions for six hours. After that, the chemical reaction is over.
As for washing, I revealed to Jared that to get ANYTHING clean, you MUST mechanically agitate the surface.
When you take a shower, you rub your skin.
When you wash a car, you rub the paint with a sponge.
When your dishwasher cleans dishes, glasses and silverware, the frothing water spray and the tiny pumice particles in the dishwashing soap provide the mechanical agitation.
The pumice also dulls plastic and will ruin china with logos and prints on it. So be CAREFUL!
The bottom line is that after you soak your clothes, or tablecloths, napkins, towels, etc. in Stain Solver for six hours, THEN immediately put them in the washing machine and run the load.
Swimming Pool Filters
Nancy Hench wrote to me:
"Is it advisable to clean a pool filter with Stain Solver? I thought that mixing chlorine and oxygen bleach was a bad idea. Am I missing something?"
No Nancy, you're not missing a thing!
I would NEVER mix Stain Solver with liquid or powdered CHLORINE bleach. If you do, you create DEADLY chlorine gas.
However, if you have a grungy pool filter that's filled with algae, body oil, sun screen, etc. you CAN CLEAN it with Stain Solver.
I'd remove the filter from the canister and rinse it out so there's no pool water on it that contains chlorine.
Put the filter in a clean bucket, fill with HOT water and pour in the correct amount of Stain Solver based on how much water you put in the bucket.
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Let the filter soak for six hours and it should look fantastic!
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