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VANISH OXI ACTION POWDER
Have you seen a stain on your clothes that you can't seem to remove? Don't fear! Vanish Oxi Action Powder contains Oxi Powerlift which removes all types of stains, from the ones you can clearly see to the tougher ones that may be hidden. Vanish Oxi Action Powder is safe to use on both coloured and white clothing.
How to remove stains with Vanish Oxi Powder !
Our top stain removal tip is treat the stain as soon as you can; do not let the stain dry.
Does Vanish remove other tough stains?
Vanish can also help remove blood stains as well as ensure you remove red wine stains, carpet stains and perspiration stains.
Removing stains from your clothes and other fabrics is easier than you think with Vanish Oxi Action Powder.
1.For tough and dried stains: Add one scoop of Vanish to your laundry detergent in the washing machine drawer and wash as usual.
2.For normal stains add 1/2 a scoop.
3.Wash as usual. Get great results also at 30 degrees.
1.For tough and dried stains: Fully dissolve 1 scoop of the Vanish Oxi Action Powder into 4 litres of warm water (max 40 °C) and leave it to soak. For lighter stains, you can use 1/2 a scoop.
Colour: leave to soak for a maximum of 1 hour.
Whites: leave to soak for a maximum of 6 hours.
2.After soaking, wash as usual or rinse thoroughly.
For best results on tough stains, rub the stains out of the clothes before rinsing.
1.Mix 1/4 scoop of powder with 3/4 scoop of warm water (max 40 °C) into a paste.
2.Apply mix on the stain and leave it for 5 minutes (max).
3.Rub the stain as needed with the the knobbly base of the scoop. Clean and dry the scoop before placing back into tub. After pre-treat wash as usual .
Important: Always follow the usage instructions on the Vanish packaging. Do not use on wool, silk or leather. Do not use on finished or coated surfaces - for example wood, metals etc.