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January 21, 2019


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Stain Guide | Washable Fabrics | Fruit and Fruit Juices

Stain Guide for Washable Fabrics

FRUIT & FRUIT JUICES

Always read and follow the care instructions and any warnings on the garment label. And, follow the General Rules for washable fabric stain removal.

For Cherry and Blueberry stains see Dye Stains

  • Launder with detergent in hottest water safe for the fabric. Do not use soap (bar, flake, or detergents containing natural soap), since soap could make stain permanent or at least more difficult to remove.
  • Soak tough stains for 30 minutes in 1 quart of warm water and 1 teaspoon of enzyme presoak product.
  • To remove old or set stains may require washing with bleach that is safe for the fabric.
  • If all the sugars are not removed a brown stain will appear when the fabric is heated in the dryer or is ironed, as the sugar is carmelized.


 


MEN'S HORIZONTAL DR. COOL SHIRT
This shirt is constructed using Coolcore's patented chemical-free moisture and sweat activated material to make sweat work for you. Rather than a simple wicking technology, the material delivers three distinct functions: wicking, moisture circulation, and regulated evaporation to reduce the fabric's surface temperature by up to 30%. Unlike other workout shirts Dr. Cool is chemical-free so that cooling benefits last the life of the shirt.
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WOMEN'S LONG SLEEVE CREW NECK
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