- Spot stain remover for wet and dry stains
- Specially designed for use on carpets and uphostery
- Woolsafe approved
- Long expiration dates
- Free delivery on orders over £40
Upholstery and carpet stains are no longer a problem with 1001 Troubleshooter Spot Stain Remover.
1001 Troubleshooter is specially designed to immediately work on spills and stains in carpets and upholstery. It does not contain any bleaching agents or strong solvents, so it’s safe to use on all kinds of carpets; it is safe to use on wool too. Effective on both old and new stains, it leaves a clean, refreshing citrus scent.
Perfectly handy for emergencies, keep this product on your kitchen cupboard or cabinet where you keep you cleaning supplies for easy access.
1001 is a trusted brand of carpet and upholstery stain removers and has been providing effective cleaning solutions for over 50 years.
Dry up liquid spills with kitchen or paper towel and scrape off any residue with a blunt knife. Spray 1001 Troubleshooter approximately 6 inches (16cm) away from the stain to lightly cover the area. Use damp cloth or soft brush and short straight short strokes from outside to centre of stain. Do not use circular motion and do not apply too much water on the stained area. Blot excess moisture with kitchen or paper towel, and with a straight-edged tool like a plastic ruler, brush the carpet pile to its original position. Vacuum when completely dry.
Test for colourfastness before use. Should colour difference occur, do not use this product.
<5% Anionic Surfactants, Phosphates, Polycarboxylates, Citronellol, Limonene, Linaloon, Citral, Methyl, Dimethyl, Octen, Octadien
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