STAIN REMOVER 30ml bottle.
Amodex is rated #1 by the leading consumer magazine and was featured on Good Morning America and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
REMEMBER: NEVER WET A STAIN!
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How to use Amodex Ink Stain Remover
To Pretreat Stains Before Laundering
1. Apply Amodex to stains. For example, use it to pre-treat the rings on shirt collars and cuffs.
2. Gently rub with an old toothbrush toothbrush.
3. Launder with your other washables using your regular detergent. Amodex is safe even for spotting stains and leaving on the fabric until you are ready to launder.
To Spot Clean (on delicate fabrics) or Before Dry Cleaning
1. Follow the directions above, but be sure to rinse the area thoroughly to remove any traces of Amodex.
To Remove Stains on Upholstery, Carpets, and Curtains
1. Apply a few drops of Amodex to your stain.
2. Rub in well with your Amodex brush, a toothbrush or a clean cloth.
3. Continue rubbing stained area until the stain disappears. Be careful not to rub too hard on delicate surfaces.
4. Rinse the Amodex. (For small areas, we advise using a spray bottle filled with clean water. For large areas on carpets or upholstery, a cleaning machine filled with clean water works best.)
5. Rinse thoroughly. Air dry or dry with a hairdryer to avoid any watermarks on delicate fabric.
Note: Should the stained area turn yellow after treating with Amodex do not worry. Occasionally it is difficult to completely rinse carpets or upholstery. The yellow is dried Amodex residue. Simply rinse the area again thoroughly with clean water and allow to air dry.
To Remove Stains from Surfaces
1. Apply Amodex to the surface.
2. Rub in well with a rag or coat the surface and leave the Amodex on overnight.
3. Wipe clean with a damp rag.
To Remove Ink and Other Stains From Leather (including auto upholstery)
1. Apply Amodex to the stained area.
2. Gently scrape Amodex in to the stain with your fingernail.
3. Continue rubbing until stain disappears.
4. Wipe area clean with a damp rag.
Note: Amodex is a liquid. When applied to leather, the fabric will darken just as it would if it were wet. Don't worry. Once the area dries, it will return to the normal colour.
To Remove Heavy Ink Stains and Old or Stubborn Stains
1. Place paper towel under stain.
2. Apply Amodex to the stain.
3. Gently rub with toothbrush or your fingernail.
4. As stain appears on paper towel move the towel to a clean area. (When removing heavy ink stains, continue working the stained area until no more ink appears on the paper towel).
5. Rinse area thoroughly under faucet using warm water. Continue rubbing area while rinsing or launder.
6. Well-set stains including ink marks may require a second application. On second application apply Amodex to wet surface. Allow Amodex to set on the stain for several hours or overnight, then repeat steps 1 through 5.
Regarding Very Heavy Ink Spots
Very heavy ink spots (for example those caused by leaks) especially those in pockets are difficult to remove. We do not guarantee that Amodex will always remove heavy ink spots. We do know and assure you that it is your best and most effective alternative.
For Removing Stains from Hands and Skin
1. Apply several drops of Amodex directly on skin or apply to a wash cloth.
2. Rub stained area well.
3. Rinse with water or wipe off the Amodex with a cloth or towel.
4. For stubborn stains repeat application. Amodex is completely non-toxic.
Note: Never wet stain on your skin before using Amodex.
Amodex rarely removes colour from garments. However, fabric dying processes vary. We ALWAYS recommend testing for colorfastness before treating a stain with Amodex.