Natural Effective Stain Remove + 2 Sponges
Brand: Amapola Vegan
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Effective Stain Remover - Glass Packaging - Vegan - 2 Sponges Included
Effective Against All Types of Stains This stain remover is perfect for treating most stains on textiles, clothing, upholstery, and carpets, or as a pre-wash treatment for laundry. It's highly effective against blood, ink, coffee, sauces, and more.
Glass Packaging, 100% Plastic-Free We care about the environment, which is why our stain remover comes in a glass container, free from plastic. It's a sustainable choice that helps reduce plastic waste.
Two Sponges Included To make stain removal easier, we've included two sponges with this stain remover. These sponges help you gently work the formula into the fabric for better results.
Ultra-Concentrated Our Natulim stain remover is ultra-concentrated, meaning a single container is equivalent to two bottles of traditional liquid stain remover. We've removed most of the water from the formula and kept only the active ingredients.
Suitable for All Fabrics We've formulated the Natulim Stain Remover for delicate fabrics, and it's compatible with all types of clothing. You can also use it on carpets and upholstery.
How It Works:
- Dampen the stain.
- Rub the stain with a sponge and let it sit for 15 minutes.
- Rinse with plenty of water or place it in the washing machine.
Ingredients: Natulim's ingredients are of plant origin, making them gentle on your skin and the environment. Here's what they consist of:
- Ethoxylated Alcohol: A biodegradable non-ionic surfactant.
- Sodium Iminodisuccinate: Reduces water hardness and is a phosphate alternative.
- Sodium Hydroxide: Adjusts water pH.
- Aqua: Maintains the formula's consistency.
- Perfume: Subtle citrus scent.
- Sodium Palm Kernelate: An effective soap alternative made from natural oils.
- Sodium Palmate: A gentle soap for skin that helps remove impurities. Our stain remover's ingredients come from sustainable palm cultivation, certified by RSPO, a global nonprofit organization founded by WWF and other groups. This certification ensures environmental protection, community support, employee welfare, and wildlife habitat preservation. Palm oil uses 10 times less land and fewer resources compared to other crops like coconut or rapeseed."
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