Stain Remover Spray Dispenser Bottle

Designed to last a lifetime, our Stain Remover Spray Dispenser Bottle is made from glass with BPA-free silicone for breakage protection and grip. Comes full with 240ml  loads of Stain Remover Sport Stain Treater, designed to tackle all of life's best messes. 

$12.95
Ingredients

Ingredients: Water, Hydrogen Peroxide (Oxygen Bleach), Surfactants, Essential Oils (Orange, Basil, Lemongrass, Lime and Mandarin), Preservatives.

Included products

Stain Remover Glass Dispenser Spray Bottle 240ml

How to use

Follow garment care label instructions and always patch test fabric for colourfastness.

Use the applicator spray bottle to target the stain directly.

If the stain is tough, use the end of the nozzle to agitate the stain slightly.

Allow the stain remover between 5 minutes and half an hour to work before machine washing or blotting to remove the stain remover residue.

If you're out and about use the carry on bottle to target fresh stains, allow 30 minutes to work (but not longer) then blot with water to remove stain remover residue.

If the stain doesn't start to fade within 30 minutes, treat again.

Shipping and Returns

Shipping is free on all orders over $20.

We also have 100% satisfaction policy. If you're not happy with our product, it can be sent back for a refund.

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About Stain Remover

Our Spot Stain Treater is your all-in-one weapon against common household food stains.

Some stains; like berries, tea, watermelon and tomato juice will fade instantly, within 30 minutes application. For other stains, pre-treating them before putting them in the wash will stop the stain from setting so that they can be easily removed during the wash cycle.

The Stain Remover uses the natural power of oxygen bleach to deliver the job, making it really really great for dye based stains. For stains that are protein based; like blood and oil - a spot of the laundry detergent will suffice.

What it Smells Like

Stain Remover Spot Stain Treater contains a Nature Identical scent: Sun Vite.

The smell of the stain remover overall is quite perceptible for two reasons.

The leading notes of this scent are; Basil, Tea Tree, Orange and Lemongrass. All scents that are quite good at cutting through bad odours.

Oxygen bleach does have a smell. It's the active ingredient in the product. Historically the smell of this ingredient was masked by layers of synthetic scents, but we don't think this is necessary, as it's a wash on wash off product. We have just enough scent to make your experience with Stain Remover a pleasant one.

Sun Vite contains the following essential oils: Orange Oil, Basil Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Lime Oil, Mandarin Oil, Tea Tree Oil.

We make laundry better in every single way. That’s it.

FAQs

Does the Spot Stain Treater Bottle come full?

Yes it does. It's pre-filled with 240ml of Spot Stain Treater.

Do I spray it on, and just leave it on?

You spray the stain solution on and leave it for about 30 minutes. If the stain will instantly fade (berries, wine ect), you'll notice that it has already started to work.

After 30 minutes, blot the stain remover solution off, just with a wet piece of cloth / tissue or pop it in the wash.

This will just remove the risk of any interaction between the fabric dye and the stain remover.

Which stains will the Spot Stain Treater work on?

The Spot Stain Remover will work best on dye based stains; such as berries, watermelon, ice poles, tea, etc. This is due to the combination of oxi-action bleach and surfactants.

Stains that are protein based; like blood or collar sweat, will best be spot treated with laundry detergent, as they will respond best to enzymes - which cannot co-exist with oxygen bleach in a liquid base.

Which stains won't the Spot Stain Treater work on?

While nearly all stains will get a lift from use of the Spot Stain Treater; some protein stains will respond better to a spot treat with the laundry detergent.

This is because the main stain removal ingredients in the Spot Stain treater are; oxygen bleach and surfactants (which break down colour based molecules like sythetic and natural food dye and lift them away).

The main stain removal ingredients in the Laundry Detergents are enzymes and surfactants (which break down oil and protein stains like blood and grease spills, and lift them away).

Fun fact: Oxygen bleach and enzymes cannot exist in the same liquid formula, as the bleach will kill the enzymes. They can however co-exist in powder form, as the molecules are not 'activated' - so if you're after a low key washing solution, Powder Booster might be your go to.

What happens if I leave the Spot Stain Treater on for more than 30 minutes?

On many fabrics, nothing will happen.

But on others, where the dye setting process was incomplete, or a lot of optical brightener was added through the manufacturing process, the stain remover will start to work beyond the surface stain and into the dye itself.

30 minutes is a conservative window of time to leave your product on; it will keep your fabric safe while allowing time for the stain remover to work. It's a good, general rule.

After this period of time, we'd recommend blotting the fabric with water to lift the stain solution, or turning on the washing machine.

Can I use this on all fabrics?

Are the Stain Remover Refills part of the Refill Return program?

Spot stain treater cannot be used on fabrics that say "do not bleach". You'll typically find these labels on the inside left of your clothes. The labels generally exist on delicate fabrics; like wools and silks, and fabrics that have not been through a thorough 'dye setting' process. If in doubt, we would recommend you patch test, by spraying a small amount of the stain solution onto an inconspicuous part of the fabric, and wait 30 minutes to check that everything is okay first.

Absolutely, yes. All our refills are collected for reuse.