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Dye Stain Remover

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Eliminates dye stains on knit and lining to keep your shoes fresh

  • Acti-Lift™ blue crystals break down dye stains and keep whites and colors bright
  • Great for those pesky dye stains from denim jeans
  • Safe on any color knit or lining, just treat with a mixture of water and product and let it sit overnight

How To Use

  1. Create a paste using about 1 tbsp of powder mixed with 2 tbsp warm water
  2. Rub the paste into the dye stain and let sit for about 15 min.
  3. Rinse treated area with water

Frequently Asked Questions

Recommend for any color knit or fabric, can test an inconspicuous area first

Yes, hand wash your laces in a mixture of 1 tbsp of cleaning powder and 2 cups of warm water

No, it contains stain-removing ingredients plus a non-chlorine bleach and patented bleach activator

4 Reviews

  • 5
    Five Star PRODUCT

    Posted by Kelly Johnson on Mar 25th 2020

    i would cry everytime the tops of my sneakers would be blue from wearing jeans that would rub off on the lining,. i tried everything, my mom tried to phelp me and nothing would get it out excpet this product. i tried it on my handbags too because it would rub up against my jeans and leave the same blue color. worked on that too. tub lasts you forever.

  • 4
    Verified Purchaser

    Posted by Liam on Mar 20th 2020

    the red leather part of my jordans rubbed off on the fabric andt here was this reddish hue. this got rid of that with little effort, thank you!!1

  • 5
    Verified Purchaser

    Posted by Brayden on Mar 20th 2020

    lol used to walk around w my jeans cuffeed all the time cuz I was so scared. NO MOREEEEE of that with this stuff

  • 5
    Verified Purchaser

    Posted by Anthony on Mar 20th 2020

    Got all the blue tint out from the tongue. Before this I used alchohol, toothpaste, vinegar, baking soda and it would be hit or miss. This works everytime.