We will keep this blog fast, fresh and straight to the point - just like our new Powder Booster; our all new and extremely mighty stain remover tool.

You can soak with it, make a paste and of course use it for a good ol’ regular wash. 

Here are three of our favourite ways to use our booster so you can get a fresh, new take on stain removal and washing. 

1. Sprinkle a little in-wash

Helpful for when: you need an extra push to lift those stains, brighten those whites and eliminate odours - or when you don’t have time to pre-treat / soak stains. 

This is a low effort, high reward method. Think of it like daily maintenance.
We would recommend trying this with fresh stains and items that you think might just need some extra clean love eg. white T-shirts and towels. 

Just add your scoops in alongside your preferred Dirt Detergent. 

For top loader: 
4 scoops (60g) 

For front loader: 
2 scoops (30g) 

 

 

 

2. Make a paste for pre-treatment

This method is for those big league stains. Think your toddler’s pasta sauce stained everything, oil and grease and the mystery stains that typically leave you totally clueless. You get it, for the real hair pulling stains, a booster paste will be your hero. 

Step 1: Add a scoop of booster and mix it with water in a 1:3 ratio

Step 2: Keep mixing to form a paste

Step 3: Pop it on the stain and give it a little rub 

Step 4: Wash as usual after 5 minutes (maximum). 

 

 

3. Soak those stains away

When to use: when you want to brighten your lights, or help remove those large format hard set stains (mud, blood etc). 

This method is once again, low effort high reward. Anything that you think needs a lift or could be brought back to life are the targets here. We love soaking our white garments to lift yellow and grey armpit stains, and table cloths that have seen a big long night. 

Step 1: Fill your sink to the highest temperature your garment recommends.

Step 2: Add 2 scoops of booster. 

Step 3: Add in your clothes. Make sure you’re soaking similar colours together, soaking can make poorly set dyes run. 

Step 4: Leave the clothes to soak. Soak coloured clothes for an absolute  maximum of 2 hours. Soak whites for 2 hours or more.

Step 5: Wash as normal  

 

 

Excited to get started? Us too. Please just make sure you read through our pro tips below before you get started! 
 

PRO’S DO: 

  • Follow garment care instructions¬†
  • Spot test fabric for colour fastness
  • Soak and wash white and colour garments separately¬†
  • Treat stains as soon as possible¬†
  • Dissolve powder before soaking¬†
  • Clean and dry scoop after use¬†

PRO’S DO NOT: 

  • Use for wool, silk, leather, chiffon, satin or embroidered garments
  • Soak metal buttons or zippers¬†
  • Apply if garment says ‚Äėno bleach‚Äô¬†
  • Use on coloured patterns or garments with metallic inks¬†

FIRST AID: 

 If swallowed, DO NOT  induce vomiting. If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water. For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre. 

 

 

 

August 31, 2023 — Frankie Layton