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September 5, 2014: Newsletter
I've been so lax at sharing cool stories about how you can use Stain Solver to help restore things each day. That's going to stop right now!
Laurie emailed me yesterday. Here's what she sent:
"My daughter threw up on the carpet after drinking a mango and ice cream drink. I have tried Stain Solver (1 scoop to 2 cups warm water) a couple times and let it sit. The stain seems lighter, but still very stubborn and quite orange.
Any recommendations? Stronger solution?...another ingredient?....I love your product and usually have really great results."
Here's my reply to Laurie. I wanted to make sure she was mixing the proper amount, ensuring it's all dissolved and then the all-important dwell time (soaking):
Sorry about the sick daughter!
The Stain Solver's going to work for sure. It's all a matter of dwell time.
Mix up 8 ounce of solution. Use HOT tap water.
Stir the 1 and ½ teaspoons of SS powder in the 8 ounces of water until it's completely dissolved.
Pour or spoon on the solution onto the carpet stain.
Saturate the carpet fibers. Lay a clean white paper towel over it. Saturate that with the solution.
Allow it to sit for four hours.
Pat it after the wait period with a clean old towel. Rinse immediately with clear water. Pat that with a different clean old towel.
Let dry and report back.
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What tough problem do you have? Email me. I'll gladly respond and let's help each other discover how Stain Solver can save hundreds and hundreds of things around your home!
P.S. When spot cleaning carpets, we discover often that you might think the Stain Solver has ruined the carpet by taking the color out.
Homeowners discover quickly that their carpets are not really clean in the first place. You can test to prove that Stain Solver is not harming carpets by cleaning a small patch inside a closet or under a sofa. Normally those places in your carpet never get foot traffic and by default are as clean as the day the carpet was installed.
When you test in those places and allow the Stain Solver solution to dry, you see the carpet is the same color - Proof that the Stain Solver doesn't discolor the carpet!
Send me your TOUGH stain questions!