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Vanish Oxi Action Crystal White Stain Remover Powder, 1.5 kg
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- Just add a scoop at every wash
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Vanish Oxi Action Crystal White Powder works to remove stains and keep your whites as white as possible. The formula contains Oxi Powerlift agents which penetrate and lift the stain first time, as well as whitening ingredients to help retain a brilliant whiteness in your washing. Add a scoop of this powder to your wash load to see great results.
Step 1: Mix 1/4 scoop of powder with 3/4 scoop warm water and stir well. Step 2: Gently rub stain as required using the underside of the scoop. Step 3: Leave paste on the stain for 10 minutes. Step 4: Wash as usual and add another scoop of powder.
Add one scoop (1/2 scoop for normal stains) to 4 litres of warm water (maximum 40°C) and leave the garment to soak. For the best result, leave to soak for 6 hours. After soaking, wash as usual or rinse thoroughly.
Add one scoop (for tough dried-on stains) or 1/2 scoop (for normal stains) with your laundry detergent in the washing machine drawer, and wash as usual.
Always follow the usage instructions on the Vanish packaging. Do not use on wool, silk, leather, or finished or coated surfaces such as wood or metals.
>30%: Oxygen-Based Bleaching Agent, <5%: Anionic Surfactants, Non-Ionic Surfactants, Zeolite, Enzymes, Optical BrightenerSee all Product Description
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Mr. S was just relieved that the black sock was not one of his, for he knew he would have got the blame for it.
Bleaching was not an option because that would have also bleached the company logo on the shirts. Apparently HR are happier with dirty looking shirts than they are with a faded logo, so Mrs. S was resigned to wearing grey this season and for the forseeable future.
As a last resort, Vanish was added to the machine the next time the shirts were washed, even though Vanish is really for stains rather than general accidental dyeing. When the shirts came out they were still grey, but of a lighter hue. On their second post-sock-incursion wash somebody forgot to add the vanish, but on the subsequent wash the Vanish was remembered and lo! the shirts were getting closer to white, with predictions that a few more weeks will see them looking the way they should, and everybody lived happily ever after.
The moral of this tale is that Vanish can help to restore ruined whites even though it is primarily promoted as a stain remover. So far I haven't had any stains to remove but its Christmas dinner next week so I might have an update relating to gravy and red wine stains.
Did it work? Hell yeah, just like wizardry! I was so surprised I really didn't expect any change, but socks from hell, actually turned white once again. A big change. Super stain removal results just as promised and better than I ever imagined. I will be buying this again. Believe me, if you knew my son's socks, you'd know it was worth it.
On a serious note, this does, however, include sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate, commonly used in laundry products as an oxidizing agent, which according to Wiki (yeah, I looked it up. Hey I'm no scientist!)'when dissolved in water, it yields a mixture of hydrogen peroxide (which eventually decomposes to water and oxygen) and sodium carbonate ("soda ash")', so despite being eco-friendly it is somewhat unfriendly to sensitive hands, and gloves should be worn at all times when mixing the powder with water/soaking.
Let's not get me started on the possibilities of exploding containers should you put a wet scoop back into the container, shut the lid and leave it to brew... but hey, we're not stupid are we? And who cares when this stuff works like magic!
Magical. Like when Gandalf the Gray turned into Gandalf the White...
Where does it work then? Why do "I Like It"? the biggest thing is that it greatly reduces deodorant stains under the armpit. I have had nice (and expensive) white shirts ruined by a yellowish fade that occurs under the armpits where one applies deodorant. Even "stain free" deodorant leaves stains in the long term (has to do with certain chemicals in the deodorant). Vanish White has a noticeable impact in preventing these stains... it does not however remove them if already present.
I've been trying the "Gold" gel which is more expensive and I havent seen any additional benefit FWIW
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm not much of a domestic goddess so I thought I would buy some of this vanish stuff I always hear so much about after discovering how many white tops my boyfriend was throwing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tobyjug2222
My shirts are renowned for being very white at work! It's all down to this. (Also ensure that you soften your water if needed)Published 1 month ago by Mr. K. P. Rogers