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December 3, 2008
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RedZONE Red Stain Remover is a two-step, highly effective food and beverage stain removal process that is designed to alter the structure of stains by removing, bleaching, or making them invisible. It is ideal for use with any stain caused by spilled children’s fruit drinks or sports drinks.

This product is safe and effective on virtually any stain caused by a common household food or beverage spill. RedZONE is used by applying Part A to the stain, then applying part B. You do not have to mix the solutions together, eliminating wasted product and troublesome sprayers. In addition, special additives allow the accelerating action to be activated right on the stain rather than in a spray bottle as with conventional two-part red stain removers.

Many stains will disappear simply by applying the two solutions and agitation. More stubborn stains may require the use of a steamer or iron to accelerate the process.

It also eliminates problems with one-part stain removers that break down or separate over time in the back of your work vehicle, and that lose stability while sitting in warehouse or on a distributor's shelf.

For more information, check out www.bridgepoint.com.

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