Red 1 removes synthetic food dyes such as Kool Aid, Gatorade and many others. Red 1 meets all the professionals needs. Fast acting, best performer. Good for all fiber types. Free rinsing. No residue.
All the power of Red Relief in a one part solution. Question: Should I use Red 1 or Red Relief? Answer: You can rely on both products for the ultimate performance in stain removal. However, Red 1 requires no mixing and is faster acting than Red Relief but it has a stronger odor. If you want simple and fast use Red 1. If odor is an issue stay with your tried and true Red Relief. Either way you can’t go wrong.
Shake well before using. Pre-spray all stains with Red 1 prior to your cleaning set up. Perform your cleaning procedures. Most, if not all stains, will be gone depending on dwell time and temperature. Any stains that remain may require heat activation.
Reapply Red 1. Cover with wet terry cloth towel. Apply steam heat from an iron or steamer in 15 second increments.
Reapply Red 1 and use fresh section of the towel after each heat application.
When stain is gone or light yellow extraction rinse spot.
Caution: Excessive heat can cause color loss.
For natural fibers like wool or silk dilute Red 1 equal proportions with water before using