‘Dial Up’ the Heat Against Summer Stains
Clorox’s Dr. Laundry Offers Stain Expertise via Free Stain Hotline and Blog
With over thirty years of stain-fighting experience, Dr. Laundry (a.k.a.
To access the hotline, consumers simply dial 1-877-STAIN-411, and select from a lineup of frequent warm weather stain culprits to be guided by Dr. Laundry through the proper course of treatment.
Stain sufferers can also visit Dr. Laundry’s online blog, www.drlaundryblog.com, for laundry advice, including an online video that highlights instructions to remove popular warm-weather soils. With additional instructional videos, blog posts and the opportunity to e-mail Dr. Laundry, consumers will find everything they need to say hello to summer – and goodbye to stains.
Dr. Laundry’s Tip on Tackling “Juicy”
Got berry juice on your favorite white shirt?
- Apply Clorox(R) Bleach Pen(R) Gel to the stained area immediately before laundering.
- Wash immediately in the hottest water recommended on the fabric car label using detergent and 3/4 cup Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach.
- Remember to always inspect the item before drying and repeat the previous steps if necessary until the stain is gone.
About Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach
Clorox(R) bleach is a solution of sodium hypochlorite, which breaks down primarily into salt and water after use. There is no free chlorine in any Clorox(R) bleach product. Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach is effective in whitening laundry whites and disinfecting surfaces around the home. In fact, bleach is the most widely available and affordable disinfectant on Earth. Since it was introduced in 1913, Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach has been used in places where killing germs is critical: in hospitals, nursing homes, child-care centers and schools. In fact, when the first Apollo flights were heading into space, NASA used Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach to decontaminate the capsules returning from orbit. Disinfecting household surfaces with Clorox(R) Regular-Bleach is still very important today since it kills germs that can make people sick, including Salmonella, E.coli and other germs of increasing concern like MRSA and H1N1.
About The Clorox Company
The Clorox Company is a leading manufacturer and marketer of consumer products with fiscal year 2008 revenues of
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