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Remove Stains from Clothes

There’s nothing like putting on a brand new shirt, only to spill your drink down the front right after. Or, buying a great new pair of pants only to sit in some sticky, mystery substance that leaves a stain. That’s the worst! But don’t fret—where there’s a will to get a stain out, there’s a way. While many people might immediately turn to expensive, chemical-laden products to fight stains, there’s a safe, affordable alternative that works just as well. Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen PlusTM can effectively remove grass stains, blood stains, and drink stains, such as fruit, juice, and wine—and it couldn’t be any easier.

Simply follow these steps:

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    Pour some Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen PlusTM on a clean cloth or paper towel and gently dab the stained area or spray with Oxygen PlusTM with Lavender Essential Oil.

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    Let it sit for 20 minutes.

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    Wash the item as usual in your washing machine.

Chemically speaking, hydrogen peroxide (H202) is very similar in composition to water (H20)—the only difference is hydrogen peroxide has an extra molecule of oxygen. Unlike traditional stain-removing products, hydrogen peroxide is completely non-toxic and doesn’t contain any chlorine, alcohols, acids, or other dangerous chemical additives. In fact, it biodegrades completely into just water and oxygen, making it environmentally friendly as well. Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen PlusTM is safe to use around your entire family, from your children to your pets. It also leaves a light, clean scent behind, as opposed to the strong fumes that cleaners such as bleach leave behind. However, don’t let its gentle nature fool you—hydrogen peroxide is an excellent weapon against stains. It has the power to lift really tough substances out of your clothing.

Because hydrogen peroxide can have a lightening effect on fabrics, it’s always a good idea to test a small, less visible spot first. If you do start to see changes in the colour of the fabric, simply run water over the area to prevent it from continuing.

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