This eco-friendly stain remover allows you to indulge in that chocolate bar, enjoy that glass of red wine, let your kids get dirty in the grass and mud, and worry no more about your wardrobe. No.10 is a powerful stain removal treatment, which won’t fade colour-fast fabrics. It is kinder to the environment than chlorine-based stain treatments, is totally plastic-free, and of course, is super effective at lifting stains.
- 250g powder (up to 25 doses)
- Palm Oil Free
- Cruelty free
- Plastic free
- Plant derived
- 100% Aluminium bottle
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How to use:
If you spot a stain on your clothing then it’s important to deal with it as soon as possible. Some substances will come out more easily when wet, but not when dry. Use the hottest water that the care label will allow when removing stains.
Pre-soak: Apply the stain remover directly to the stain, massage in gently with your fingers or a soft sponge, and then leave to soak in warm or hot water (if you can), for one hour. If the stain has faded but not totally disappeared, then repeat. When it’s totally disappeared, wash by hand or by machine as normal.
DO NOT USE the stain remover on leather, suede, silk or wool. Do not use on finished or coated surfaces – for example wood, metals etc.
Machine Wash: For light soiling use 3-6 g, Medium soiling use 6-10 g; heavy soiling use 10-15 g per kg of dry laundry.
Clothes Doctor has created a range of natural, sustainable detergent which is plastic free at the same time. The products come in aluminium bottles and are without any harsh chemicals, ideal for a zero-waste lifestyle.
The team behind Clothes Doctor is constantly striving for more conscious consumption habits, and hence preventing more clothing from ending up in landfill. Ultimately, the aim is to empower you to take care of your wardrobe. By extending the life of your clothes by 9 months, you can reduce your carbon, water, and landfill by up to 30%.
The company’s goal is to change people’s mindsets and time horizons, and also help drive the movement towards reducing fashion pollution and waste.