Monday, November 7, 2011

Stain Removal


Today on The Marilyn Denis Show I shared with Marilyn and the audience the Butler's perfect stain removal kit. Enjoy!

6 comments:

  1. You look like you're having so much fun.

    Of course in your short segment you can't cover all types of stains--that's why I'm sure you have a full class on the topic. I think it's important to remember that some stains are set, set in, permanent and there's nothing that can be done about them--ink stains on leather, underarm stains on white t-shirts that have been washed, and rust stains for example. And the fabrics on which the stains occur always makes a difference in how the stain is treated. Tomato sauce on a white napkin is different from tomato sauce on a Scotchguard-treated synthetic carpet.

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  2. Very well said, and thank you, yes some stains are set and there is no removing them, however some stains that we think are set are removable, like underarm stains on white t-shirts, we have a trick that we teach in Butler School on exactly how to deal with that issue!

    And if truth be told, i really am having tons of fun. Marilyn is a real person who is kind and very generous and supportive. It is so easy to work with someone like that!!

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  3. What? A trick I don't know? Now I'm most curious.

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  4. LOL well now we need to entice you to join us either at Butler School or when we do a one of our famous Housekeeping & Laundry classes in Chicago! I will let you know the 2012 schedule once posted.

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  5. My comment is not to do with stain removal but the times when bleach or something else takes the color out of my clothes. It would be great to have something to put that color back in--like a color stick--would be great to have a selection like a box of crayons but color sticks with color dye. I've been crazy enough to use a black or red marker but they wash out.
    Please find someone to make such a product.

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  6. can you pls help me on cleaning grease and water stains from a delicate silk lining of a dress

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