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Heavy-Duty Collar & Cuff Scrub - 1 gal.

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$14.00 - $16.85
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Collar & Cuff stains come clean with just a little scrub.

Heavy-duty collar and cuff scrub is used to quickly get rid of stains on shirts. It does not contain bleach. Pre-treat soiled garments prior to washing. Apply with spray bottle or straight from the bottle. Use with a scrubbing brush. 1 gallon per bottle.

Features

  • Quickly get rid of stains on shirt collars and cuffs
  • Heavy-duty cleanser
  • Scrub and wash immediately
  • Does not contain bleach
  • 1 gallon bottle

Product Specifications

Brand: Collar & Cuff Scrub™
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 1 gallon
Material: Liquid
Special Instructions: Wash immediately after applying
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Does the Collar & Cuff Scrub have a shelf life?
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Yes. Two years.
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Do you keep items like Targo, Quick Go, Bongo, Rust Off, Laundry Starch, items in liquid forms, to remove stains etc. Thanks
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We do not carry those spotting chemicals. Sorry
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Is your "Collar and Cuff Scrub" for both laundry and for dry cleaned items? Thank you
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It's intended for laundered items.
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Do you carry, or will you ever carry, detergents for the shirt laundry?
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We do not carry detergents at this time.
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What are optical brighteners?
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Optical Brighteners are added to detergents. They absorb light and give off a light in a blue range which is intended to make clothes seem brighter and whiter, the way that the color blue make white appear whiter. They would not appear on the fabric, but when exposed to light it helps to provide fluorescence. Chemists created the optical brighteners to replace "bluing", which was an actual dye used to help take the yellow hue our of white fabrics.
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Can you use the Collar and Cuff Scrub for dry clean items?
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This is only meant for use on washables.
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Why would the Collar and Cuff Scrub leave yellow marks on garments?
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This product works really well when used correctly. The SCR1 should be applied, scrubbed on to the collars and cuffs of shirts and then laundered before the SCR1 dries, otherwise yellowing is likely. However, if you have always used this product and have never had an issue with it before there may be another reason for the yellowing. The pH of the shirts may be off. Is there enough sour being used? When washing clothes in a commercial laundry the detergent is more alkaline. It’s important to clean, rinse, and add a sour to neutralize it. If the clothes are more on the alkaline side and if heat is added, the clothes could get discolored. Also, make sure that the garments are being rinsed thoroughly. If there was not enough soap taken out of the garments, that could also discolor the clothes. Try 2-3 rinse baths for 2-3 minutes longer- and test the alkalinity.
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