1. If I leave Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products on my clothes for longer than five minutes, will it clean the stain better?
No, Spray ‘n Wash Laundry products should not be left on the garment longer than five minutes. Leaving a product on a garment longer than recommended may damage fabrics.
2. Can Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products be used on wool, silk and cashmere?
Always wash according to label instructions and before using Spray ‘n Wash® products test for color fastness on an inconspicuous area.
3. Can Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products be used on colors?
Yes, but always wash according to label instructions and before using Spray ‘n Wash® products test for colorfastness on an inconspicuous area.
4. On the label it states "Not Recommended For Khaki." Why? Is there anything else that can be used for stain removal?
Khaki is a difficult colorant and sensitive to the direct application of many Laundry products. Since there are many shades of khaki, it's hard to know which will react negatively. That is why a warning was added on all of the Spray ‘n Wash® products.
Use of a regular laundry detergent (without bleach or bleach alternative) may be used, but should be tested on an inside area (like inside the hem or in a pocket).
5. Can I use Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products in high efficiency washer machines?
Yes, all Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry formulas can be used in high efficiency washer machines.
6. Can I use Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products on Dry Clean Only garments?
Our Laundry products are not recommended for garments with "Dry Clean Only" labels. Damage can occur. Always follow care label instructions.
7. Can Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products be mixed with other products?
Yes, all Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry formulas can be used with other laundry additives according to the care label. Spray ‘n Wash® does need to be used with a detergent.
8. Which laundry pre-treat products work best for my stains?
Laundry stain removers generally use either an oxygen or an enzyme based formula. Oxygen-based formulas contain hydrogen peroxide, which is a color-safe bleach that removes color stains without affecting color garments. Salad dressing, sauces, condiments, coffee, tea, fruit juice, wine, jam, ink and fruit are best treated with oxygen-based formulas. Enzymatic formulas work on specific stains, like greasy food, grass, dirt, cuffs, collar, sweat, lipstick, baby food, baby formula and chocolate.
9. Where can I find the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products?
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for Spray ‘n Wash® Laundry products can be found here.
10. What formulas do the Spray ‘n Wash® laundry products use?
Spray ‘n Wash Triggers & Refill utilize an enzyme formula and the Gel Stick uses a surfactant formula.