Clean Plastic Food Storage Containers with Stain Solver

Clean Plastic Food Containers with Stain Solver

It’s very easy to clean plastic food storage containers using Stain Solver.

Watch the video below to see how to do it.

It’s the SAME PROCESS to clean food containers even though Tim is showing soaking an iced-tea strainer in the video.

All you have to do is fill the food container with HOT tap water.

Add just a teaspoon of Stain Solver for small containers. Large containers, add a tablespoon.

Allow the container to soak for several hours for best results.

IMPORTANT SUCCESS TIP:

Food containers stained with red spaghetti sauce add a squirt of liquid Dawn dish soap to the container along with the Stain Solver.

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Clean Kitchen Exhaust Fan Filters with Stain Solver

Clean Kitchen Exhaust Fan Filters with Stain Solver

It’s very easy to clean greasy kitchen exhaust fan filters using Stain Solver.

Watch the video below to see how to do it.

It’s the SAME PROCESS to clean a exhaust fan filter even though Tim is showing soaking an iced-tea strainer in the video.

All you have to do is fill the a shallow plastic pan with a gallon or two of HOT tap water and pour in a one cup of Stain Solver.

Allow the exhaust fan filter to soak overnight.

Do final cleaning in dishwasher after soaking or lightly scrub the filter by hand with normal liquid dish soap and water.

IMPORTANT SUCCESS TIPS:

  • the shallow plastic pan needs to be large enough so the oven rack sits FLAT in the pan
  • use a minimum amount of water so the rack is just covered with water

Here’s a plastic pan that’s worked great for me:

shallow plastic storage bin and stain solver
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Clean Oven Racks with Stain Solver

Clean Oven Racks with Stain Solver

It’s very easy to clean greasy oven racks using Stain Solver.

Watch the video below to see how to do it.

It’s the SAME PROCESS to clean an oven rack even though Tim is showing soaking an iced-tea strainer.

All you have to do is fill the a shallow plastic pan with a gallon or two of HOT tap water and pour in a one cup of Stain Solver.

Allow the oven racks to soak overnight. Scrub after soaking with a stiff brush.

Extra dirty racks may require two soakings and scrubbings.

IMPORTANT SUCCESS TIPS:

  • the shallow plastic pan needs to be large enough so the oven rack sits FLAT in the pan
  • use a minimum amount of water so the rack is just covered with water

Here’s a plastic pan that’s worked great for me:

shallow plastic storage bin and stain solver
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Clean Coffee Pots with Stain Solver

Clean Coffee Pots with Stain Solver

It’s very easy to clean coffee pots or coffee mugs using Stain Solver.

Watch the video below to see how to do it.

It’s the SAME PROCESS to clean a coffee pot even though Tim is showing soaking an iced-tea strainer.

All you have to do is fill the coffee pot with HOT tap water and pour in a tablespoon of Stain Solver.

Cleaning Sailboat Sails with Stain Solver

Cleaning Sailboat Sails with Stain Solver

Badly stained sailboat sails BEFORE cleaning
Sailboat sails AFTER a cleaning with Stain Solver

“I’ve bought and used this product several times with great results, but, today it just blew my mind.

I was working on a sailboat I’d bought at an auction 10+ years ago and also doing laundry today. The sails were badly stained when I got the boat 10 years ago. I was going to replace them, but instead patched them (had holes and stained from storage, probably got wet or were put away damp). Anyway to make a long story short, I soaked the jib sail in Stain Solver in a 5 gallon bucket with one cup of Stain Solver in about 3 gallons of water. Agitated by hand about every 10 minutes for over a half hour and were astonished at the results.

The pre-existing 10-year stains were barely noticeable. I hung them on the boat and rinsed them with a hose and let them dry in the sun and the difference in unbelievable. The jib sail was a test and convinced me to also try the main sail which was actually worse. It came out as good or better than the jib.

The boat is only 14′ but the mast is 21′ high from the deck and the two sails total over 100 sq. ft. I had tried washing the sails before with various cleaners but to no avail. I was convinced you had a good product before but this surprised me enough to write to you about it. Also have before and after pictures if you would like to see them. Thanks, now I “really” appreciate your product.”

Jim Schriver

Above are my pictures. Quite a difference on the sails. Remember these sails were stained when I got the boat 10+ years ago and prior attempts to clean the sails didn’t work.

Algae Covered Steps Cleaned with Stain Solver

Algae Covered Steps Cleaned with Stain Solver

BEFORE – Photo Credit – ©2017 Jonathan Hackett
AFTER – Photo Credit – ©2017 Jonathan Hackett

Jonathan describes how he cleaned his wooden steps with Stain Solver.

Here is his email.

“Applied solution of Stain Solver to algae covered steps. Waited 15-minutes, then scrubbed off the algae. Then rinsed with clean water.”

Jonathan’s pictures above show his results with the algae removal. Thanks for sharing, Jonathan.

Muddy Sports Bras Cleaned with Stain Solver

Muddy Sports Bras Cleaned with Stain Solver

Laura’s BEFORE photo
Laura’s AFTER photo

Here is Laura’s email explaining what happened to her sports bras.

“Hello,

I am writing to tell you something you probably already know, that you have an amazing and excellent product in Stain Solver! I did one of those crazy obstacle course events last weekend with a few obstacles that had us either slogging on our bellies under about 20 -30 yards of barbed-wire through mud and rocks or in a mucky pond climbing over and under logs when we weren’t climbing up hills or through mud and muck. Needless to say, we got dirty. (This was not my first time doing one of these, but this time was way dirtier than the last).

I thought my sports bras were ruined after these events because they were so stained from the muck; they even had dirt trapped in the seams. I couldn’t imagine they’d be good for much other than another a pull toy for the dogs. I knew chlorine bleach would ruin them. I had Stain Solver work on a red wine-stained table cloth, so I gave it a try on the sports bras.

I’ve enclosed photos so you can see the challenge Stain Solver was up against on one of them. I used the Stain Solver as directed (4 scoops per gallon of warm water) and let it soak for about 6 hours, rinsed and did it again, then tossed them in the wash. I was stunned. I almost couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw how clean they were. And there is no damage to the elastic or fabric like there would have been with bleach. I’ve shared it with my friends, and am posting this onto Facebook!!! I want the world to know what a great product you have.

I hope you and your family never stop making this stuff!

Kindest Regards,”

Laura

Thank you, Laura, for sharing your story and great before and after photos!

Customer Carpet Saved with Stain Solver

Customer Carpet Saved with Stain Solver

Stained carpet BEFORE cleaning
The same carpet AFTER cleaning with Stain Solver

Justin owns and operates a professional carpet cleaning business, and he’s discovered Stain Solver is an amazing PRETREAT product. He mixes it up in a garden hand-pump sprayer and saturates the carpet the first thing upon arriving at the job. Then, as the Stain Solver works, he gets out his equipment allowing the Stain Solver to work on it’s own for about 15 minutes.

You can see the results are AMAZING.

Baseball Cap Cleaned with Stain Solver

Baseball Cap Cleaned with Stain Solver

baseball cap cleaning
Curtis’ hat before cleaning with Stain Solver
baseball cap cleaned
Curtis’ hat after cleaning with Stain Solver

 

Below is Georgia’s story about betting her son that she could make his ball cap white again with Stain Solver. Be sure to check out her pictures, shown above.

These might be the best Before and After photos ever submitted.

Here is Georgia’s story in her own words.

“My son dearly loves his white ball cap because of the elastic in the band. He works in a manufacturing shop and wears it all day. Over time, it turned disgustingly black with grease and oil. I offered to wash it time after time, betting I could make it white again with Stain Solver.

Rolling his eyes at me each time, he refused and said the cap was a lost cause. Finally, he brought it to me and bet me I couldn’t get it clean.

When I put it under the faucet and water just ran off it, he laughed and started the “I told you so” routine. Panic rushed over him when I put the hat in a bowl of hot water and Stain Solver. The water fizzed and bubbled, so he was sure the hat was going to be a pile of fibers when it came out. Instead of rolling, his eyes nearly popped out of his head when he saw the clean, white cap the next day.

Tim, I was so pleased. Not because the hat was white – I knew it would be. It proved Mom DOES know what she is talking about – and to me, that is priceless.

Because Stain Solver ROCKS, Curtis is rocking his freshly whitened hat again.

P.S. The cap already needs another dip in the Stain Solver, so I am anticipating him walking through the door saying, “Hey, Mom, do you have any more of that magic stuff?””

Georgia, thanks for sharing your story and the photos of the hat. Yes, Mom does know what she is talking about.