August 9, 2020 Stain Solver Newsletter


The STAIN SOLVER Sale ends in 6 hours.

FACT: The first thing I’m doing in the morning, and it will be very early, is to raise the prices of STAIN SOLVER.

Yes, I’m sorry, but I’m taking away from you the sale price. Everything has to end, right?

I have NO IDEA when we’ll have another sale.

This is your LAST CHANCE to save money in the immediate future.

CLICK or TAP HERE NOW to purchase STAIN SOLVER at it’s lowest price.


Tim Carter

August 8, 2020 Stain Solver Newsletter

STAIN SOLVER ODD Sale ENDING – T-minus 35 hours

The ODD Sale ends in 35 hours. (The sale ended at midnight on Sunday night, August 9, 2020.)

You can save 5, 7, or 9% depending on what size you select.

I have NO CLUE when we’ll have another sale.

I have NO CLUE when we’ll be able to manufacture again. At this point, the earliest is the middle of OCTOBER!!! That’s insanity.

CLICK or TAP HERE now to stock up and save money.

The SALE ENDS tomorrow night at midnight.

Period. No excuses.

Tim Carter

August 4, 2020 Stain Solver Newsletter

Have you ever wondered how to clean an antique quilt or other heirloom fabric?

You get ONE CHANCE to get it right.

Read the suspense-filled story about Diana’s challenge with this one-of-a-kind quilt:
Zwerner Quilt Full View

CLICK or TAP HERE and be amazed.

The ODD Sale – About to END

I reached out to you last Friday about the good news. Stain Solver was FINALLY back in stock.

After being out-of-stock for almost ten weeks, I knew that there would be a buying frenzy.

I was right.

So many responded there’s a chance we’re soon going to run out of your FAVORITE SIZE.

Never before in the history of Stain Solver did we sell SO MANY 50-pound buckets in SUCH A SHORT TIME.

Holy tomato!

Remember, the MORE you buy, the MORE you save. The sale will end on Sunday and the prices will be RAISED.

CLICK or TAP HERE now to place your order.


Tim Carter
Co-Founder – Stain Solver

Quilt Cleaning Oxygen Bleach

blue quilt stained with body oil
You might think this quilt could never be cleaned. You’d be wrong.

Body oils had turned the corners yellowish-brown and nothing would clean it, well except Stain Solver!”

Quilt Cleaning – Body Oils and Yuck Cleaned Safely

Sally had an old quilt that had turned colors. Well, in her words …

“An old and dearly loved cotton quilt that had one side in light blues patchwork and the opposite side in white. Body oils had turned the corners yellowish-brown and nothing would clean it, well except Stain Solver. Here’s the rest of the story.

We talked at length about getting rid of the old quilt but you get used to your bed linens and we wanted to keep it if possible. The local cleaner gave it their best shot twice but it didn’t improve.

We washed the quilt in hot water with detergent and after the rinse cycle while it was still wet we poured two gallons of the “Stain Solver” solution over it using water we superheated on the range and let it sit for three hours. I finished with a second wash and rinse cycle using only clean water and it dried to the snow-white you see.

I really did not expect the quilt would ever be clean again … wow … thank you.”


Blue quilt perfectly clean with Stain Solver
You’d not think it was the same quilt. Stain Solver is that good.

Quilt Cleaning

Zwerner Quilt Full View
Clean Red Quilt | This antique quilt was restored using certified organic Stain Solver.

“I would highly recommend Stain Solver to any quilter who has stained a quilt she has spent many, many hours making, or anyone who is restoring an old or antique quilt.”

Clean Red Quilt – No Room for Error

Dear Tim,

I don’t have a ‘before’ picture. To be honest, I never expected the pile of fabric pieces and squares I received, to ever be anything worthwhile. I did, however, attach some pictures of the surprising finished product. After soaking and washing, I had to match the red fabric to replace one square and several partial squares that had small pieces missing or damaged. The Stain Solver did not fade or make the color blotchy, I was able to match the red color so closely, that I cannot pick out the square that was replaced, unless I look at the stitching closely. – Diana Zwerner

Here’s the Story:

I have been a quilter for several years. Recently, a customer asked if I would restore and complete her antique quilt. I have never done anything like this, but I reluctantly agreed to try. I have to say, when I saw the quilt, I was so shocked, I nearly refused to take it on.

First it was red and white. Red is definitely not a color that was colorfast in 1914!! It was mostly in pieces with only a few squares assembled. But most of the problem was that it was very dirty and heavily spotted with blotches of tan and brown. Now What???!!!

I started with the internet. After a good bit of research, I learned that most of the stains were caused by bugs that had settled on and in the quilt and then deteriorated causing the brown & tan blotching. Most of the sites recommended a mild soap made to wash quilts, or one of the detergents made to hand wash wool or for baby clothes. None of these did anything to remove the stains.

I was at a dead end. As I thought about the problem, it dawned on me that the stains were organic in nature, so I wondered if that wonderful Stain Solver that had worked so well on other things might help. First I was worried that the red dye would run. I decided to soak a piece or two in white vinegar to set the color. After the pieces dried, I next soaked them in Stain Solver, the red did not bleed into the water. I was getting brave, so I tried a small piece of red without the vinegar soak, again no color bleed. Now the real test, I placed completed squares with both red and white into the Stain Solver solution and soaked about 4 – 5 hours. I honestly could not believe the result. I thought it might take some of the stains out and maybe lighten the worst ones, but all traces of any stains were completely gone. All the pieces were bright red and perfect white, and no color bleeding. See for yourself in the attached pictures.

Zwerner Quilt - Close up

Since this first experience, I have used Stain Solver on two other stained quilts, one antique and one about 10 years old. The old one was again red and white and stained badly with body oils, as it was used as a throw in a TV room for several years. Again, Stain Solver completely removed the stains on both quilts. I would highly recommend Stain Solver to any quilter who has stained a quilt she has spent many, many hours making, or anyone who is restoring an old or antique quilt.

Zwerner 1917 Quilt Label

July 31, 2020 Stain Solver Newsletter

We now have all of our sizes IN STOCK, well, not the cute little sample sizes. I’ll have those ready for you in a week.

But you’re probably not interested in that small bottle because you’re a POWER user.


I reached out to you two days ago letting you know we finally had some product to sell. The pandemic had created a massive production issue at the factory in Illinois.

Since we placed the manufacturing order back in May, something happened. You may have been the person who caused this to occur.

A Stain Solver user who subscribes to this newsletter, and I really don’t know who it was, contacted Farm Show magazine. This person was was so happy about all that Stain Solver cleaned around her/his farm that she/he asked the magazine editor to do a story about Stain Solver so OTHER farmers could discover how well it works.

Guess what? Farm Show magazine does NOT SELL ADS. It was impossible for me to purchase an ad in the magazine and the subscriber knew this. This is why she/he begged the editor to tell all 300,000 Farm Show subscribers about Stain Solver.

This story might run as early as mid-September.

What do you think the open rate is of a magazine that depends SOLELY on subscription revenue to survive?

How much do you think the subscribers TRUST the articles in the magazine because they continue to subscribe?

If just 2 percent of the subscribers buy some Stain Solver to try it out, we will get WIPED OUT of all the stock we JUST MADE. In fact, we don’t have enough manufactured product right now to satisfy that many orders.

I contacted the factory yesterday and the EARLIEST they could make more Stain Solver is the beginning of October!

You may wonder:

“Tim, why should I care about all this?”

I know how many subscribers there are to this Stain Solver newsletter.

I know how many placed orders in the last 48 hours since I told you we had product back in stock.

You may have been one of the MANY THAT DID NOT ORDER ANY.

I can tell you that if you don’t REPLENISH your stock – or BUY EXTRA NOW – you may not get Stain Solver for months.

This is not a threat – it’s reality.

As of this morning, we have ALL SIZES in stock and ON SALE.

But as I said on Wednesday and I’ll repeat again, we have LIMITED QUANTITIES of each size. We can’t run the factory everyday. That’s not how it works.

I’m reminded of a funny scene in the hit TV show Parks and Recreation. Do you remember when Ron wanted lots of bacon and eggs and was worried that the waiter didn’t hear EXACTLY what he wanted?

CLICK or TAP HERE to watch that very short AND FUNNY video clip.



CLICK or TAP HERE NOW to place your order.

Tim Carter
Co-Founder of Stain Solver

How to Clean Marble Floors

stain solver on slate tile grout
How to Clean Marble Floors | You’ll see fizzing bubbles like this when you use Stain Solver on your marble. Copyright 2020 Stain Solver

How to Clean Marble Floors

Use a standard solution of Stain Solver to deep-clean marble floors. It will also clean the grout at the same time.

Mix 4 tablespoons of Stain Solver with each quart of warm or hot water you intend to use. Stir until all the Stain Solver is completely dissolved.

WATCH the following video to see how I’d clean the marble, even though I’m cleaning a tile floor. It’s the SAME PROCESS:

How to Clean Microfiber

clean microfiber
These are two microfiber towels in my own home. I use Stain Solver to make them look like new. Copyright 2020 Stain Solver

How to Clean Microfiber

Stain Solver, a certified organic oxygen bleach made in the USA does a great job of cleaning:

  • microfiber towels
  • microfiber furniture
  • microfiber rags
  • microfiber car-cleaning cloths
  • microfiber hair-drying towels
  • etc.

All you have to do is soak the small microfiber items in a shallow pan for several hours before you normally wash them.

Add 4 tablespoons of Stain Solver powder to each quart of WARM soaking water. Stir for a minute, then dump in the microfiber articles to soak. After soaking dump the articles AND soak water into your washing machine and run it as a normal load with the normal soap you use.

How to Clean Microfiber Furniture

To clean microfiber furniture, spray on the Stain Solver solution getting an entire section of the furniture wet with the solution. WATCH THIS VIDEO to see how to clean furniture.

Add 4 tablespoons of Stain Solver to each quart of warm soaking water. Stir for twenty seconds then drop in the microfiber items.

Dump the soak water into the washing machine for the BEST cleaning results.

Questions?  CLICK HERE to ask them.

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How to Clean Roof Moss

roof moss
See the THICK roof moss? Don’t confuse moss with algae. Algae is an ultra-thin organic coating on things. Moss is thick like a plant.

How to Clean Roof Moss

Stain Solver will clean your roof once you remove the roof moss with a stiff scrub brush or street broom. Don’t expect Stain Solver to magically dissolve roof moss.

Once the moss is removed, you can then use Stain Solver to clean your roof.

CLICK or TAP HERE to see how easy it is to clean the remaining algae from your roof. There’s a great video there.

Watch this video to see how to STOP the moss once you’ve cleaned your roof. You can purchase the copper from me. CLICK or TAP HERE.

How to Clean Bluestone

How to Clean Bluestone

Use Stain Solver, certified organic oxygen bleach, to clean bluestone.

Stain Solver will:

  • not harm any delicate plants around the bluestone
  • not harm or discolor the bluestone
  • remove organic stains and algae

What is the Best Way to Clean Bluestone?

Mix one cup of Stain Solver powder with one gallon of very warm or hot water.

Stir until all the powder is dissolved. This can take up to one minute of stirring.

Apply the solution to bluestone that’s in the shade and is dry. Apply lots of solution as if you had spilled a glass of water on the stone.

Allow the solution to work on its own for up to 30 or 40 minutes never allowing it to evaporate. Add more solution if it soaks in.

At the end of the wait period, scrub the bluestone, rinse and allow to dry.

CLICK or TAP HERE to order Stain Solver now.

Watch this video to see how I’d do it if  I were helping you:

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