SCRUBAZAN was developed using a new approach to cleaning and the most sophisticated chemical blending technology. Unique “dirt packing” ingredients lift and pack dirt in tiny sealed containers making one of the most innovative cleaners and stain removers on the market. The non-toxic, non-flammable, environmentally friendly, hypo-allergenic and non-irritant product.
Colorfast or Not
Please note that SCRUBAZAN is highly concentrated and can remove non-colorfast dyes from fabrics. Therefore all fabrics, carpets and garments should be tested for colorfastness before any attempt is made to remove stains. The manufacturer and distributor do not assume any responsibility for color loss as a result of using the product. Always check for colorfastness before using SCRUBAZAN.
How to test a Fabric/Surface for Colorfastness:
Take a small volume of full strength SCRUBAZAN and wet an inconspicuous area on the fabric/surface.
Work the gel into the fabric/surface with your finger as if you are busy removing a stain. Leave the product on for 3 – 5 minutes.
Rinse and allow it to dry and inspect it for color fading.
If there is no fading or change in color you can assume that the fabric/surface is colorfast.
If there is a slight change in color or fading you are advised not to useSCRUBAZAN on that specific article or fabric.
Please note that color fading with SCRUBAZAN is very rare because of its gentle formulation but testing should always be undertaken. Certain fabrics/surfaces can develop watermarks even when contacting clean water. If a fabric is lined, care should be taken not to wet such lining when removing stains. Linings often show stain marks even when exposed to clean water.
Designed not to remove permanent dyes
Please note that SCRUBAZAN will not remove stains that contain permanent dyes such as certain types of permanent marker inks and colorants. When SCRUBAZANwas developed, careful precautions were taken not to remove such agents to avoid the removal of colorfast dyes used in fabrics and carpets.
How to use scrubazan as a spot remover
Rules of Thumb:
Always try to remove stains as soon as possible while still fresh before they have an opportunity to bond or become embedded.
Once you wash a stained garment with standard detergents or spot removers and iron or tumble dry, it becomes very difficult and may even be impossible to remove stains.
Stubborn stains may need a few attempts for complete removal. You may need to work SCRUBAZAN into difficult stains and then leave in the sun for an hour before these stains will release. A small percentage of stains can be very difficult or even impossible to remove.
Please note that SCRUBAZAN is a concentrated formulation
Use full concentrated SCRUBAZAN for the most stubborn stains.
Use 1 part SCRUBAZAN to 1 parts water for fairly heavy stains.
Use 1 part SCRUBAZAN to 5 parts water for light stains.
Diluted formula can be applied using a spray bottle. Using warm water will increase SCRUBAZAN efficacy as a stain remover.