Very effective against greasy stains, cuff and collar soiling.
Dr. Beckmann Stain Remover Power-Brush
Content: 250 ml
- Powerful stain removal formula
- Special stain dissolving activators
- With a special brush applicator
- For washable colour-fast textiles
- Doesn't bleach out the colours
- Skin-friendliness dermatologically tested
The powerful stain remover formula offers pure power. A special combination of cleaning agents, stain dissolving activators and bio-alcohol remove a variety of even stubborn stains. It is gentle to colours and textiles, ideal for delicates and contains no perfume, no colourant and no bleaches that could cause allergic reactions
- Grease based stains
- Make up
- Lip Stick
- Baby food
- Fruit & vegetable stains
- Red wine
- Coffee tea
Not suitable for:
- Pure and new wool
Before using the product, perform a check for discolouration and compatibility on a concealed part of the fabric.
Observe the care symbols of the textiles.
Cuff and collar dirt is easily removed if it is regularly pre-treated before each wash. Untreated, it can be fixed in the fabric by washing.
Expose textiles with residual traces of beta-carotene stains, e.g. carrots, peppers, cherries, apricots, to daylight. The residual stains will go away by themselves due to the UV component of the daylight.
How it works
- Apply Stain Remover onto the stain or collar dirt
- Work it in with the brush
- Let it soak for a maximum time of 10-15 minutes
- Afterwards, wash as usual
A stain is a contamination on the surface of a material, such as textiles. Stains can occur in a variety of ways, and have a broad range of causes. Here, there are four main categories:
- Fatty stains (e.g. from cooking oil or cream),
- Protein-based stains (e.g. from blood or milk),
- bleachable stains (e.g. fruit juice, coffee, red wine, tea, mildew, mould, etc.)
- pigment-containing stains (e.g. pen, felt-tip pen, watercolour, lipstick, grease, soil, makeup etc.) In addition, there is also a category of special stains, such as rust and the so-called mixed stains, which consist of a combination of different stain types.
Unfortunately, no. Non-removable stains can, for example, be caused by superglue and polyurethane construction phone (stains are too intensely cured) (drawing)-indian ink (not on water-based) Edding® permanent inks/felt-tip markers as well as permanent ballpoint pens. Most of these write in black. Stains which are pigment-based and have been washed before the stain removal and/or have been ironed in, also can't be removed anymore.
Stain soap consists of soap and an extract from the gall-bladder of an animal, which is industrially produced according to high quality standards. The purpose of the gall-bladder is to emulsify fats and to make them soluble in water
Unlike carpets, upholstered furniture contains various filler materials under the fabric. These would also absorb the product solution after an application with the Carpet Stain Remover. The active ingredients in the formula have dirt-binding properties. After the treatment, it is therefore important to fully dab out the product residues in addition to the stain residues. This is difficult to do on upholstered furniture. However, if active substances remain in the fabric they will bind pollutions such as dust etc. A dark spot would appear after a certain period of time.