Stain 911 is a liquid degreaser that will remove stains created by grease, gas, motor or cooking oil, and brake or transmission fluid, just to name a few substances. It'll work on a variety of surfaces, such as concrete, patio stones, natural stone, wood, and more. The thick, white cleaning solution, which acts as a degreaser and a drying agent in one, must be poured out of its bottle and onto each stain. After it has dried, you can simply sweep it away to reveal a stain-free surface. Stain 911 is citrus-based, and will make your property look clean and tidy without putting the environment at risk.
Grease and oil stains from vehicles, barbecues, and other powerful pieces of equipment can be difficult to remove, but Stain 911 will effectively remove them for you. When you use this cleaning agent, you won't need to get down on your hands and knees and scrub for hours. Instead, you'll be able to apply the solution to a stained surface, and sit back and watch as it dries. Following that, the only physical work you'll need to do will be with a broom. Since the solution goes on white, and remains white when dry, you won't have trouble identifying the area that you need to sweep in order to finish removing a stain.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Stain 911 is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Stain 911 by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
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How It Works
After you've applied Stain 911 to a particular stain, its ingredients will penetrate deeply beneath the surface of the stained area, and lift the stain to the very top of that surface. Once the stain has been lifted, it can be swept away without difficulty after the cleaning solution has finished drying.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Let Dry
- Sweep Away
Use the bottle to apply Stain 911 to a stain that you wish to eliminate. Be careful while pouring, as while it is acceptable to apply it generously, you don't want to end up dumping the entire bottle on one stain by mistake.
Before getting out your broom, wait for the Stain 911 to dry. You may wish to move on to another quick task while doing so.
Once the Stain 911 has dried, you'll find that it has turned from a liquid into a powder, so it won't be hard for you to sweep it away with your broom.
- Patio or Deck
If cars or other vehicles are frequently pulling into your driveway, you may eventually find it covered in gas and oil stains. However, Stain 911 will make short work of these stains, regardless of their size.
Stain 911 will also remove virtually any vehicle-related stain from the floor of your garage. If you spend a lot of time working on your car or another motorized vehicle, and frequently spill substances such as motor oil on the floor, this capability will be beneficial to you.
If you use a barbecue or any other outdoor cooking appliances on your patio or deck, you run the risk of incurring grease or cooking oil stains in that area. Fortunately, Stain 911 will remove these ugly stains, so you won't have to look at them while you're eating outdoors.
- Comes in Double-sized Bottle
- Environmentally Friendly
- Goes on White
- No Strenuous Labor Required
Stain 911 comes in a double-sized bottle, so you likely won't need to replace it as often as you'd need to replace another kind of cleaning solution.
When you use Stain 911, you can rest assured that you're not causing harm to the environment around your home while doing so.
Stain 911 is thick and white, so it won't be difficult for you to tell if you'e applied it directly on top of the stain, as you should.
You don't need to be incredibly fit or strong to use Stain 911, as you won't need to undergo any heavy physical labor to enable it to work. If you can stand and make light use of both your arms, you'll be fine.
- No Squirt Bottle
While the hole in the top of each Stain 911 bottle is fairly small, changing the bottle into a squirt bottle would give users even more control over how much they're using.
- Scrubbing and Rubbing
- Using Power Washer
You can try to remove stains from concrete, stone and other outdoor surfaces with soap and water or other cleaning solutions, but you may be wasting your time. After hours of scrubbing, you might find that you're exhausted, but still haven't been able to remove a particular stain.
Power washers can power away some stains, but if a stain is deeply ingrained within a particular surface, a power washer may not be able to eliminate it completely. These devices do not penetrate below each surface they work on as Stain 911 does.