Watch this short video that shows you how to open the wonderful gamma-seal lid that comes with the 5-gallon pail of Stain Solver.
We use the gamma-seal lid because people love how easy it is to open and reseal as they use Stain Solver.
#EasyHack – If you want to open the lid FAST, pull counterclockwise on one of the sections of the cross with the hand that’s NOT holding the hammer. As you pull on that leg and the hammer taps another one, both counterclockwise, you’ll have the lid open in less than 10 seconds.
This page is dedicated to Ms. Monica Pare who asked this very obvious question and we didn’t have this page ready for her. Thanks Monica!
Yellow mysterious quilt stains were bothering Jani Bennett who lives in Turner, Oregon.
Clean Quilt Stains
She tried all sorts of cleaners and none worked. Then she discovered Stain Solver.
“Gosh I discovered Stain Solver is a great product. I’m a huge quilter and for some reason my stark-white quilts were having yellow stains on them just out of no where. I tried every thing to remove them nothing worked. I found Stain Solver and it took the stains right out. So if any one asks about quilts, it worked on mine. Thank you! Jani Bennett”
The expiration date, or shelf life, for Stain Solver is a moving target.
Stain Solver can have an indefinite shelf life if you keep the product cold and the lid tightly sealed.
Heat and humidity degrade Stain Solver. If you store Stain Solver outdoors in the hot Arizona sun, it can degrade in just a few months.
If you store the Stain Solver powder in a freezer, it can last for many years.
Store Stain Solver in a cool dry location for the longest shelf life.
Prevent Caking of Stain Solver
Humidity in the container can caused caking. The water vapor in the air can begin to react with the active ingredient in the container.
If you open a container of Stain Solver and you live in a humid climate, put the open container of Stain Solver in your refrigerator with the lid off. Close the refrigerator door and come back an hour later and put the lid on while the container is still on the refrigerator shelf.
This will ensure dry air is capped inside the container instead of the humid room-temperature air in the rest of your home.
This page is dedicated to Al Pusnik. He wanted to know how to make his Stain Solver last for a long time. He must lead a clean, pure and simple life to not go through it faster! 😉