Silk Safe Stain Remover™
Spot Treatment for Delicate Fabrics
Meet our newest silk cleaner for all your delicate needs. After several customer inquiries about caring for our silk-lined products, we developed just the answer. We pooled together our chemistry text books and brain power to create the ultimate silk cleaner. The Silk Safe Stain Remover™ contains an oil-based formula to attract like molecules and lift common protein stains from fabric. We scoured dozens of prominent black hair care products to create a highly effective equation.
Until December 1st, you'll receive a free tester size with any purchase! You can pre-order a half oz size today, ready to ship just in time for the holiday season.
Gentle, yet tough on:
- silk and satin pillow cases
- silk and satin bonnets
- wool and other upholstery home goods, couches and throw pillows
- cotton t-shirts and other wash day towels
- unlined head wraps
- silk-lined head wraps and headbands
Effective in Real Life Scenarios:
- Prevent skin breakouts with clean bedding.
- Allergy relief against the pollen trapped in your hair and bed fibers.
- Preserves your staple garments, tough yet gentle on delicates.
Our Customers Say...
"The stain remover performed extremely well on this acrylic and wool shirt. My stain was heavy with Coconut oil and conditioner. The stain had set in my shirt. After completing my hair I then applied the stain remover (2hrs later), rinsed as directed, and let the shirt sit over night. As you can see the remaining Coconut oil/Conditioner stains are GONE! :-)"
"It performed well and worked as expected. I’d sat on my couch to oil my strains and naturally wasted some of the oil combination on my pillow. I used the stain removed as instructed and hour later there wasn’t any trace of the oil stain!"
- Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate
- Caprylhydroxamic Acid
- Glyceryl Caprylate
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
- Cocomidopropyl Betaine
- Fragrance oil
Can silk be machine washed?
It is not recommended that silk is washed in a standard washing machine because it degrades the material over time. Instead, hand wash silk or take to your nearest dry cleaners. You can now use the Silk Safe Stain Remover as a cost-effective, convenient cleanser for your silk pieces.
How do I use the Product Junkie Stain Remover?
- Apply a quarter-sized drop of the formula to the stain using the eye drop tool
- Starting from the outside, massage the stain remover inwards
- Rinse the stain area immediately with warm water
- Air dry and iron or steam as desired
How often can I use the Silk Safe Stain Remover?
As often as you require! You can derive 2-3 uses from one tester size bottle.
Is the Silk Safe Stain Remover only for new stains?
Not at all - you can use on old stains as well as new stains. For older stains, allow the product so sit for a few minutes before rinsing.
Does the Silk Safe Stain Remover only treat hair oil stains?
Although that was our original intention, no! The Product Junkie Stain Remover can be used on most household stains including food, dirt and body secretion. Don't limit yourself to silk and satin either! In our testing phase we found the formula effective with wool, polyester blends, denim, etc.
Where can I purchase the Silk Safe Stain Remover?
Visit the Shop page at rubysampson.com.
Can I use the Silk Safe Stain Remover in my hair?
The formula is not intended as a hair care product, therefore should not be applied directly to hair or facial hair. This product is solely a fabric spot cleaner for unsightly hair oil stains.