Aceite de Oliva Virgen Extra , Betis 710ml

Aceite de Oliva Virgen Extra , Betis 710ml

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KH-7 Stain Remover is a pre-wash product with a spray head for easy application; it is extremely effective against stains but gentle on fabrics.
Its comprehensive enzyme-based formula makes it highly effective against most stains, particularly:
Grease, Oil, Chocolate, Wine, Blood, Ink from ballpoint pens, Tomato, Fruit, Yoghurt, Egg, Grass, Collar and cuff stains, Sweat, Make-up and many more

Apply directly on the fabric so that it penetrates the stain.
Leave to work for at least a couple of minutes, but without allowing it to dry. Leaving any kind of detergent on the garment for too long can damage the fabric.
There is no need to rub. Rubbing the stain does not increase the action of the product and can damage delicate fabrics or affect the colour of garments on which poor quality dyes have been used.
Proceed to wash the garment as you normally would (by hand or in the machine).

Do not use on wool, leather, suede, linen, silk or delicate fabrics.
Follow the instructions on the label of the garment to be washed. When washing the garment for the first time, read the manufacturer’s washing instructions.
To check the strength of the fabric/colour, test the product on a small hidden area (hem, inside of a pocket).
For the best results, remove the stain as soon as possible and before washing.

If the product is accidentally swallowed it may be necessary to seek medical advice. A large dose may cause gastrointestinal irritation, depression of the central nervous system and even loss of consciousness.
Keep out of children’s reach.
In the event of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Inflammation of the eyes is characterised by redness, streaming eyes and stinging. If you use contact lenses, remove them.

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