Last week I told you about how well Fiji Fresh laundry sheets clean clothes. Yet we know there are stains that are too difficult to remove, even for the best laundry detergent. It’s why you should know about Fiji Fresh stain removers. They come in a gel or a spray. Both work the same way…but there’s one big difference that I’ll cover in a minute.
But first, let’s talk about those tough, set-in stains. It’s important to get them out if you want to prolong the life of your clothes (especially the items that you love most). Here’s what both the gel and the spray have in common.
They contain powerful enzyme formulas that remove stains better than laundry detergent alone. Therefore, if you have sensitive skin, please wear gloves or wash your hands right after you use them. Next, depending on the severity of the stain, you should let the fabric stand for about five minutes, just don’t let it dry. Then wash it with detergent in the warmest water the garment will accept.
Now with any stain remover product, it’s always best to treat stains while they are fresh or as soon as possible. The same applies here. The reason for having both a gel and a spray has to do with the fabric itself. The gel has a brush which is placed directly onto the stain. You may have to press down to dispense it and gently rub into the fabric. But what if the fabric is too delicate? That’s where the spray comes in. All you have to do is spray it on, just don’t over saturate the material.
Both products are great for treating sleeves, socks, collars , and more – so you can keep your clothes looking as good as new. Again, here are the links for easy access: Fresh Fiji Laundry Stain Remover Gel and Fresh Fiji Laundry Stain Remover Spray.