Prochem Red Rx 1 Litre

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Prochem Red RX

A special formula designed to remove food and drink colourings and some water-based ink and dye stains from carpets and fabrics. Red Rx is effective on most fruit juice, carbonated drinks, red wine, beverage, and some ink and dye stains. For professional and industrial use only.

  • Special carpet stain remover for food and drink colours and dye spots.
  • Developed exclusively for red food colourings, carbonated drinks, fruit juices, wine stains and some ink and dye stains.
  • Effective with wet towel and hot iron method as directed on label.
  • Straw liquid with lemon fragrance.
 

Red Rx must be used as directed and results will depend upon the type, age and size of stain and type of fibre.Most fibres will react safely to Red Rx, but carpet or fabric must always be pretested for colour fastness and texture change in an inconspicuous area, using the application procedure below.

CAUTION - SOME FIBRE DYES AND TWIST PILE CARPETS MAY BE SENSITIVE TO THE HEAT TRANSFER STAIN REMOVAL METHOD. ALWAYS PRETEST BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH APPLICATION.

Apply Red Rx directly to stain only using the nozzle applicator. Avoid contact with surrounding carpet or fabric. For larger stains, Red Rx can be diluted with an equal part of water and applied by trigger sprayer. Blot treated area with white towel or tissue and check for stain colour transfer.

Repeat until there is no further improvement. DO NOT RUB which may cause pile distortion or texture change. For difficult stains, apply Red Rx to stain only, then dampen a clean white towel with water and place folded damp towel on treated stain. Place a household steam iron, set on high heat, on top of folded damp towel only for 10 to 20 seconds.

Do not allow iron to contact carpet or fabric. Remove iron and inspect towel for stain colour transfer. Repeat process using a clean section of towel until there is no further improvement.

 

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