So Long, Stains

This eco-friendly, Made in the USA stain remover gets rid of stubborn, tough-to-clean stains—even ones that have set. It works on fat-based stains (think: oil and grease) in less than five minutes. In some cases, your stain will be gone before you wash. We were impressed with Spot Stuff’s ability to tackle persistent, year-old stains. Blot both sides of the fabric with a bit of this all-natural powder, let it sit for three to five minutes, then shake or brush it off to remove the stain. An extra run through might be necessary for dark, heavy pile, or coated textiles. To make sure Spot Stuff travels well, it comes in small packets, too. Whether your stain is old or new, at-home or on-the-go, here’s an American, planet-friendly way of bidding it farewell.

Spot Stuff

Natural Oil & Grease Stain Remover Packs

So Long, Stains

This eco-friendly, Made in the USA stain remover gets rid of stubborn, tough-to-clean stains—even ones that have set. It works on fat-based stains (think: oil and grease) in less than five minutes. In some cases, your stain will be gone before you wash. We were impressed with Spot Stuff’s ability to tackle persistent, year-old stains. Blot both sides of the fabric with a bit of this all-natural powder, let it sit for three to five minutes, then shake or brush it off to remove the stain. An extra run through might be necessary for dark, heavy pile, or coated textiles. To make sure Spot Stuff travels well, it comes in small packets, too. Whether your stain is old or new, at-home or on-the-go, here’s an American, planet-friendly way of bidding it farewell.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Milissa
    Milissa

    Hello Grommet Family! I am Milissa Nelson, CEO and inventor of Spot Stuff. . . The little miracle in a packet for oil and grease stains. Spot Stuff works in minutes on both new and old stains, even those you have already washed and dried. It's all-natural, non-toxic, and can be used on everything from clothing and shoes, to car & boat interiors, to furniture—even those old oil or grease carpet stains the professionals didn't get out. I am here to answer all your questions about the next generation in stain removal, so you can take it out instead of throwing it out!

  • Shanna
    Shanna
    7/20/2017 10:23 AM

    What about sweat stains? If not, will there be other formulas available at some time?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:39 AM

    @Shanna

    Hi Shanna,

    We have had several people use it on under arm stains and around the collar with great success!

  • Alyce
    Alyce
    7/20/2017 10:28 AM

    How long will the packets stay good if unopened? And what are the ingredients?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:39 AM

    @Alyce

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:41 AM

    @Alyce

    It should keep indefinitely! The ingredients are proprietary, but I can tell you they are non-toxic and all natural.

  • Amber
    Amber
    7/20/2017 10:51 AM

    @Milissa if it's all natural and non toxic why does it say harmful if swallowed?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @Amber

    That is something added by The Grommet. Spot Stuff is non-toxic

  • Marc
    Marc
    7/20/2017 11:38 AM

    @Milissa

    Speaking as someone who works at one of our country's Poison Centers, non-toxic doesn't necessarily mean no symptoms if it is swallowed. Though I don't its ingredients, I would guess it wouldn't be any more harmful than swallowing any kind of soap.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 11:49 AM

    @Marc @Amber Spot Stuff is made with all natural, eco-friendly, ingredients, that are both safe and non-toxic. However, we do usually put warnings on cleaning products, just as a safeguard against anything happening.

    We're adjusting the wording on the warning to remove the "harmful if swallowed" section, though, so thanks for the good catch!

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 10:50 AM

    If packet used on the go, maybe while traveling, would garment need to be rinsed after use?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    @Chris

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    @Chris

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 10:55 AM

    @Milissa Didn't get your response. Would you try again?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:09 AM

    @Chris

    My apologies, I had a computer glitch :-)

    When using Spot Stuff always apply a VERY tiny amount as it is very concentrated. It is best applied to the back or inside of the fabric since any any oil, grease or fat based stain will always go thru the fabric. Then just slap the fabric or use a soft cloth to remove the residue after waiting 3 to 5 minutes. Some heavy fabrics may require additional doses. You can always use a lightly damp cloth to remove any final residue if needed. But spot stuff is meant to be used dry.

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 11:20 AM

    @Milissa

    Thank you Milissa for your response. I have ordered and will give it a test run!

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:26 AM

    @Chris

    Great! Let us know how you used it, we love to hear back from our customers

  • K
    K
    7/20/2017 11:30 AM

    @Milissa @I'm a bit confused. The video shows a LOT of the product being applied, and in one shot, to the right side of the fabric. You're saying here that it should be a TINY amount to the wrong side of the fabric. Can you please clarify?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:15 PM

    @K

    When doing a demo for the video we add more to ensure it's fully removed and so people can see it better since Dry removal is different than most people are used to, but you really need a very tiny amount, you are better adding more if needed than getting to much powder all over :-)

  • Carol
    Carol
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    Hi, do you think this product would help remove waxy residue on sheets that I suspect is from hair gel? And how would you use it on a large area - can you dissolve the powder and soak the whole sheet?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:18 AM

    @Carol

    Hi Carol,

    If it has oil, grease or fat in the stain it should remove it. We have had people remove hair gel from furniture with great success.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:39 PM

    @Milissa

    Sorry I forgot to answer the 2nd half of your question! We have used it on large areas too, just sprinkle it across the area then rub it in with your hands and you can throw in the wash after waiting a few minutes (at least 3 to 5) but you can leave it on as long as you like if you don't wish to wash it right away. We will be coming out soon with our shaker bottle for situations like yours that might have a large area they would like to treat.

  • Marie
    Marie
    7/20/2017 1:16 PM

    @Milissa Excellent - I was thinking a shaker bottle would be *perfect*!

  • candice
    candice
    7/20/2017 11:01 AM

    Milissa...this sounds amazing. if it doesn't work, is it returnable?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @candice Yes, you can certainly return it if it doesn't work out for you! You can review our full return policy here.

  • Patricia
    Patricia
    7/20/2017 11:04 AM

    Will it take out old butter stains?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:19 AM

    @Patricia

    Yes, even after they have been washed & dried, we have had some customers remove things a year old with great success.

  • ALAN
    ALAN
    7/20/2017 11:08 AM

    Could this be used on a water based paint stain on carpet?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:20 AM

    @ALAN

    Water based paint does not usually have oil in it, so not likely.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:29 AM

    @Milissa

    But we have had multiple people who have used it to take stains off of their carpeting. Most recently was a customer who was putting his house on the market and had a stain the professionals did not remove on his white wool carpet, but he used Spot Stuff and got it all out!

  • Susan
    Susan
    7/20/2017 11:09 AM

    Will it work on light weight silk?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:21 AM

    @Susan

    Yes it works beautifully on silk, we have had great notes back from customers that have used it on fragile silk scarves they thought were garbage because of an oil stain

  • Len
    Len
    7/20/2017 11:27 AM

    would this work on a red wine stain?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:30 AM

    @Len

    No Red wine does not have oil, grease or fat in it.....but that is the next product from our line that will come out at a later date.

  • David
    David
    7/20/2017 11:44 AM

    Can it be used on silk fabric and woollens, i.e., things that require drycleaning?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:19 PM

    @David

    Yes, we have had great luck with dry cleanable items like cashmere sweaters, wool carpeting, silk blouses & scarves.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:33 PM

    @David

    We have also had great luck with things like suede shoes, purses, furniture and in your car (seat, visors etc.)

  • Terri
    Terri
    7/20/2017 12:02 PM

    Is there any fragrance added?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:20 PM

    @Terri

    Hi Terri,

    Great Question! No there is no fragrance added.

  • karen
    karen
    7/20/2017 1:53 PM

    @Milissa might there be anything in the future for mud stains

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/20/2017 12:18 PM

    Do you sell wholesale or provide samples to possible small town retailer who might want to stock your product? If so, how do we contact you? I was unable to find any contact information on your website.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 12:36 PM

    @Nancy We do have wholesale platform! If you visit wholesale.thegrommet.com. You can apply to be a re-seller here.

    However, we don't have Spot Stuff available there yet - typically we launch our Makers on the retail side first before moving over to wholesale.

  • Carol
    Carol
    7/20/2017 12:42 PM

    I have light colored carpet, with heavy traffic stains. Would this product work on such a stain? Does it come in a larger volume for such an application?

    Carol

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:53 PM

    @Carol

    It will depend on what is on the carpet but if there is any oil or grease in it, it should work really well. We had a customer with a white ultra-suede coat that had gotten the dirty grime from the side of the car all over her coat and got it all out with Spot Stuff.

  • Karin
    Karin
    7/20/2017 12:55 PM

    Have you had any experience removing those grease-like stains that "magically" appear from washers/dryers? I have many work polos that have these type of stains appear after drying and they are notoriously difficult to remove.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:06 PM

    @Karin

    Those stains are exactly what Spot Stuff was made to take out!! We have customers that have taken those off after washing and drying for over a year!

  • Zenith Marie
    Zenith Marie
    7/20/2017 1:17 PM

    Can you tell me if your stain remover will remove ink stains?

    Thank you,Zenith

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:20 PM

    @Zenith Marie

    Hi Zenith,

    Unfortunately no, things like Ink, red wine & mustard don't have fat, oil or grease in then so Spot Stuff will not work on them. But we have it on our list for future products.

  • Lani
    Lani
    7/20/2017 1:31 PM

    Will this remove tar?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:36 PM

    @Lani

    I have never tested it with Tar, but tar is made from petroleum so it might. :-) Let us know!!

  • Joe
    Joe
    7/20/2017 1:36 PM

    My favorite old chinos have a year old ink stain from a gel ball point that leaked in my pocket! If your product removes this stain I'm adding your name to my Will! What's your guess?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 2:01 PM

    @Joe

    Hi Joe,

    I'm really sorry but ink does not have fat, oil or grease in it so it won't work but it is on our list of new products for the future. It works great on those old oil, grease or fat stains on your khaki's though, and we did take purple motor oil off of light carpeting :-)

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    7/20/2017 2:43 PM

    will it cause any discoloration

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 2:53 PM

    @Sandra

    No Spot Stuff will not discolor things.

    You should always use care with non-colorfast fabrics when using any stain remover to make sure you do not rub the fabric to remove a spot, because just rubbing a fabric with a brush, towel or something else can remove color from a non-colorfast fabric with no stain remover on it at all.

  • Janet
    Janet
    7/20/2017 3:21 PM

    Can you save part of a packet if you don't use it all? If yes, for

    how long?

    Also, does it mater whether you launder items after treating? Thanks!

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 3:53 PM

    @Janet

    Hi Janet,

    Yes, each packet can be good for several uses depending on the spot size. The packets have a foil liner so I just fold the top down to save the rest. You can definitely just add Spot Stuff to the stain and throw it in the hamper to wash later no need to remove it right away

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca
    7/20/2017 3:29 PM

    Will this product work on hair oil stains on fabric?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 3:56 PM

    @Rebecca

    Hi Rebecca,

    We had one customer whose father used Brill creme and had it was all over his favorite chair. His Daughter wrote us to say it all came out and she was thrilled!

  • Sa-Rah
    Sa-Rah
    7/20/2017 3:34 PM

    Good afternoon, Milissa. Will the Spot Stuff get red lipstick out of a white linen shirt?

  • Janet
    Janet
    7/20/2017 3:53 PM

    sounds great! I sure would love to see remover for stains from pet urine, which are obviously on carpet rather than on clothes. No commercial carpet cleaner works, even those marketed specifically for pet stains.

    will order some of this remover since I am notorious for eating and snacking when I sit in bed. Lots of favorite t-shirts have been abused!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Spot Stuff

Natural Oil & Grease Stain Remover Packs

So Long, Stains

This eco-friendly, Made in the USA stain remover gets rid of stubborn, tough-to-clean stains—even ones that have set. It works on fat-based stains (think: oil and grease) in less than five minutes. In some cases, your stain will be gone before you wash.

We were impressed with Spot Stuff’s ability to tackle persistent, year-old
stains. Blot both sides of the fabric with a bit of this all-natural powder, let it sit for three to five minutes, then shake or brush it off to remove the stain. An extra run through might be necessary for dark, heavy pile, or coated textiles.

To make sure Spot Stuff travels well, it comes in small packets, too. Whether your stain is old or new, at-home or on-the-go, here’s an American, planet-friendly way of bidding it farewell.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Milissa
    Milissa

    Hello Grommet Family! I am Milissa Nelson, CEO and inventor of Spot Stuff. . . The little miracle in a packet for oil and grease stains. Spot Stuff works in minutes on both new and old stains, even those you have already washed and dried. It's all-natural, non-toxic, and can be used on everything from clothing and shoes, to car & boat interiors, to furniture—even those old oil or grease carpet stains the professionals didn't get out. I am here to answer all your questions about the next generation in stain removal, so you can take it out instead of throwing it out!

  • Shanna
    Shanna
    7/20/2017 10:23 AM

    What about sweat stains? If not, will there be other formulas available at some time?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:39 AM

    @Shanna

    Hi Shanna,

    We have had several people use it on under arm stains and around the collar with great success!

  • Alyce
    Alyce
    7/20/2017 10:28 AM

    How long will the packets stay good if unopened? And what are the ingredients?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:39 AM

    @Alyce

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:41 AM

    @Alyce

    It should keep indefinitely! The ingredients are proprietary, but I can tell you they are non-toxic and all natural.

  • Amber
    Amber
    7/20/2017 10:51 AM

    @Milissa if it's all natural and non toxic why does it say harmful if swallowed?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @Amber

    That is something added by The Grommet. Spot Stuff is non-toxic

  • Marc
    Marc
    7/20/2017 11:38 AM

    @Milissa

    Speaking as someone who works at one of our country's Poison Centers, non-toxic doesn't necessarily mean no symptoms if it is swallowed. Though I don't its ingredients, I would guess it wouldn't be any more harmful than swallowing any kind of soap.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 11:49 AM

    @Marc @Amber Spot Stuff is made with all natural, eco-friendly, ingredients, that are both safe and non-toxic. However, we do usually put warnings on cleaning products, just as a safeguard against anything happening.

    We're adjusting the wording on the warning to remove the "harmful if swallowed" section, though, so thanks for the good catch!

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 10:50 AM

    If packet used on the go, maybe while traveling, would garment need to be rinsed after use?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    @Chris

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    @Chris

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 10:55 AM

    @Milissa Didn't get your response. Would you try again?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:09 AM

    @Chris

    My apologies, I had a computer glitch :-)

    When using Spot Stuff always apply a VERY tiny amount as it is very concentrated. It is best applied to the back or inside of the fabric since any any oil, grease or fat based stain will always go thru the fabric. Then just slap the fabric or use a soft cloth to remove the residue after waiting 3 to 5 minutes. Some heavy fabrics may require additional doses. You can always use a lightly damp cloth to remove any final residue if needed. But spot stuff is meant to be used dry.

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/20/2017 11:20 AM

    @Milissa

    Thank you Milissa for your response. I have ordered and will give it a test run!

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:26 AM

    @Chris

    Great! Let us know how you used it, we love to hear back from our customers

  • K
    K
    7/20/2017 11:30 AM

    @Milissa @I'm a bit confused. The video shows a LOT of the product being applied, and in one shot, to the right side of the fabric. You're saying here that it should be a TINY amount to the wrong side of the fabric. Can you please clarify?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:15 PM

    @K

    When doing a demo for the video we add more to ensure it's fully removed and so people can see it better since Dry removal is different than most people are used to, but you really need a very tiny amount, you are better adding more if needed than getting to much powder all over :-)

  • Carol
    Carol
    7/20/2017 10:53 AM

    Hi, do you think this product would help remove waxy residue on sheets that I suspect is from hair gel? And how would you use it on a large area - can you dissolve the powder and soak the whole sheet?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:18 AM

    @Carol

    Hi Carol,

    If it has oil, grease or fat in the stain it should remove it. We have had people remove hair gel from furniture with great success.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:39 PM

    @Milissa

    Sorry I forgot to answer the 2nd half of your question! We have used it on large areas too, just sprinkle it across the area then rub it in with your hands and you can throw in the wash after waiting a few minutes (at least 3 to 5) but you can leave it on as long as you like if you don't wish to wash it right away. We will be coming out soon with our shaker bottle for situations like yours that might have a large area they would like to treat.

  • Marie
    Marie
    7/20/2017 1:16 PM

    @Milissa Excellent - I was thinking a shaker bottle would be *perfect*!

  • candice
    candice
    7/20/2017 11:01 AM

    Milissa...this sounds amazing. if it doesn't work, is it returnable?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @candice Yes, you can certainly return it if it doesn't work out for you! You can review our full return policy here.

  • Patricia
    Patricia
    7/20/2017 11:04 AM

    Will it take out old butter stains?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:19 AM

    @Patricia

    Yes, even after they have been washed & dried, we have had some customers remove things a year old with great success.

  • ALAN
    ALAN
    7/20/2017 11:08 AM

    Could this be used on a water based paint stain on carpet?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:20 AM

    @ALAN

    Water based paint does not usually have oil in it, so not likely.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:29 AM

    @Milissa

    But we have had multiple people who have used it to take stains off of their carpeting. Most recently was a customer who was putting his house on the market and had a stain the professionals did not remove on his white wool carpet, but he used Spot Stuff and got it all out!

  • Susan
    Susan
    7/20/2017 11:09 AM

    Will it work on light weight silk?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:21 AM

    @Susan

    Yes it works beautifully on silk, we have had great notes back from customers that have used it on fragile silk scarves they thought were garbage because of an oil stain

  • Len
    Len
    7/20/2017 11:27 AM

    would this work on a red wine stain?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 11:30 AM

    @Len

    No Red wine does not have oil, grease or fat in it.....but that is the next product from our line that will come out at a later date.

  • David
    David
    7/20/2017 11:44 AM

    Can it be used on silk fabric and woollens, i.e., things that require drycleaning?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:19 PM

    @David

    Yes, we have had great luck with dry cleanable items like cashmere sweaters, wool carpeting, silk blouses & scarves.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:33 PM

    @David

    We have also had great luck with things like suede shoes, purses, furniture and in your car (seat, visors etc.)

  • Terri
    Terri
    7/20/2017 12:02 PM

    Is there any fragrance added?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:20 PM

    @Terri

    Hi Terri,

    Great Question! No there is no fragrance added.

  • karen
    karen
    7/20/2017 1:53 PM

    @Milissa might there be anything in the future for mud stains

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/20/2017 12:18 PM

    Do you sell wholesale or provide samples to possible small town retailer who might want to stock your product? If so, how do we contact you? I was unable to find any contact information on your website.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/20/2017 12:36 PM

    @Nancy We do have wholesale platform! If you visit wholesale.thegrommet.com. You can apply to be a re-seller here.

    However, we don't have Spot Stuff available there yet - typically we launch our Makers on the retail side first before moving over to wholesale.

  • Carol
    Carol
    7/20/2017 12:42 PM

    I have light colored carpet, with heavy traffic stains. Would this product work on such a stain? Does it come in a larger volume for such an application?

    Carol

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 12:53 PM

    @Carol

    It will depend on what is on the carpet but if there is any oil or grease in it, it should work really well. We had a customer with a white ultra-suede coat that had gotten the dirty grime from the side of the car all over her coat and got it all out with Spot Stuff.

  • Karin
    Karin
    7/20/2017 12:55 PM

    Have you had any experience removing those grease-like stains that "magically" appear from washers/dryers? I have many work polos that have these type of stains appear after drying and they are notoriously difficult to remove.

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:06 PM

    @Karin

    Those stains are exactly what Spot Stuff was made to take out!! We have customers that have taken those off after washing and drying for over a year!

  • Zenith Marie
    Zenith Marie
    7/20/2017 1:17 PM

    Can you tell me if your stain remover will remove ink stains?

    Thank you,Zenith

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:20 PM

    @Zenith Marie

    Hi Zenith,

    Unfortunately no, things like Ink, red wine & mustard don't have fat, oil or grease in then so Spot Stuff will not work on them. But we have it on our list for future products.

  • Lani
    Lani
    7/20/2017 1:31 PM

    Will this remove tar?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 1:36 PM

    @Lani

    I have never tested it with Tar, but tar is made from petroleum so it might. :-) Let us know!!

  • Joe
    Joe
    7/20/2017 1:36 PM

    My favorite old chinos have a year old ink stain from a gel ball point that leaked in my pocket! If your product removes this stain I'm adding your name to my Will! What's your guess?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 2:01 PM

    @Joe

    Hi Joe,

    I'm really sorry but ink does not have fat, oil or grease in it so it won't work but it is on our list of new products for the future. It works great on those old oil, grease or fat stains on your khaki's though, and we did take purple motor oil off of light carpeting :-)

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    7/20/2017 2:43 PM

    will it cause any discoloration

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 2:53 PM

    @Sandra

    No Spot Stuff will not discolor things.

    You should always use care with non-colorfast fabrics when using any stain remover to make sure you do not rub the fabric to remove a spot, because just rubbing a fabric with a brush, towel or something else can remove color from a non-colorfast fabric with no stain remover on it at all.

  • Janet
    Janet
    7/20/2017 3:21 PM

    Can you save part of a packet if you don't use it all? If yes, for

    how long?

    Also, does it mater whether you launder items after treating? Thanks!

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 3:53 PM

    @Janet

    Hi Janet,

    Yes, each packet can be good for several uses depending on the spot size. The packets have a foil liner so I just fold the top down to save the rest. You can definitely just add Spot Stuff to the stain and throw it in the hamper to wash later no need to remove it right away

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca
    7/20/2017 3:29 PM

    Will this product work on hair oil stains on fabric?

  • Milissa
    Milissa – Special Guest
    7/20/2017 3:56 PM

    @Rebecca

    Hi Rebecca,

    We had one customer whose father used Brill creme and had it was all over his favorite chair. His Daughter wrote us to say it all came out and she was thrilled!

  • Sa-Rah
    Sa-Rah
    7/20/2017 3:34 PM

    Good afternoon, Milissa. Will the Spot Stuff get red lipstick out of a white linen shirt?

  • Janet
    Janet
    7/20/2017 3:53 PM

    sounds great! I sure would love to see remover for stains from pet urine, which are obviously on carpet rather than on clothes. No commercial carpet cleaner works, even those marketed specifically for pet stains.

    will order some of this remover since I am notorious for eating and snacking when I sit in bed. Lots of favorite t-shirts have been abused!

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