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Instructions for Dri-Way’s famous Non Toxic Spot Fluid

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Let me guess: Company’s coming in half an hour and ‘Toonces” has decided to improve your living room carpet’s appearance with several strategically-placed furballs?

 Well, grab a few cloths and your bottle of Dri-Way’s famous Non-Toxic-Spot-Fluid* and let’s get to work!

 

 

Plan A:

1. The key with any spot removal is to take action before it dries and sets in. Carefully scoop up any excess material and prevent it from spreading.

2. Once you’ve physically removed as much material as you can, begin laying down plenty of cloths or towels to gently absorb moisture. Don’t brush or rub sideways, apply steady downward pressure.

3. Take your bottle of  Non-Toxic Spot Fluid and (after first testing it in a hidden area) apply it full strength to an absorbent cloth or towel. Work moistened cloth from outside of stain or spotted area towards the centre to avoid spreading. Resist the urge to brush excessively as this can quickly distort the fibres leading to a permanent frizzed-up appearance.

4. Rinse the area with a different water-moistened cloth.

5. Repeat steps 4-5 as required.

6. Dry area by gently tamping with a third fresh, dry cloths

 

Still more spot left? Try plan B:

1. Moisten one cloth with our Non Toxic Spot Fluid and lay it completely flat over the entire stain. Ensure there are no folds or wrinkles.

2. Take several clean, dry cloths and lay them one by one completely flat on top.

3. Find a large, flat, sturdy object like a coffee-table book and lay that on top of your layered towels. Add more weight on top of that… as much weight as you can. Leave this compress in place for 5-24 hours.

 

Spot or stain still there after all that? Try plan C:

Plan C is to call us! We’d be happy to advise you over the phone if something more advanced is required here.

*Don’t have a bottle of our famous Non Toxic Spot Fluid yet, or you need a FREE refill? Just call or email us at info@dri-way.ca and we’ll get a FREE bottle to you right away!

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Nathaniel Roberts is the youngest of seven siblings and a Victoria native through & through. He's blessed to share his life with his lovely wife Treena, and two teens Conan and Isabelle. Nate loves hiking throughout the hills and parklands of Greater Victoria with his trusty pup Tachet by his side and occasionally enjoys providing bagpipe music at weddings, parties and other events when he has some spare time and needs beer money.

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