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Dr. SPOT, E11 – Bleaching, Part 5

Mr. Bob Edwards from A.L. Wilson Chemical explains how to remove a remaining stain with a bleach. In part 5, he wraps up this series by going over bleaching tips. A. Oxidizing Agents B. Reducing Agents C. Control of bleaches D. Bleaching Tips Bob EdwardsRegional Vice PresidentA. L. Wilson Chemical Co.BobEdwards@alwilson.com201-741-0100

Dr. SPOT, E10 – Bleaching, Part 4

Mr. Bob Edwards from A.L. Wilson Chemical explains how to remove a remaining stain with a bleach. In part 4, he quickly summarizes oxidizing bleaches and reducing bleaches [Oxidizing Bleaches – Color Safe] [Oxidizing Bleaches – NOT Color Safe] [Reducing Bleaches] Bob EdwardsRegional Vice PresidentA. L. Wilson Chemical Co.BobEdwards@alwilson.com201-741-0100

Dr. SPOT, E8 – Bleaching, Part 2

Mr. Bob Edwards from A.L. Wilson Chemical explains how to remove a remaining stain with a bleach. In part 2, he continues with sodium percarbonate, sodium perborate and Potassium Permanganate. Bob EdwardsRegional Vice PresidentA. L. Wilson Chemical Co.BobEdwards@alwilson.com201-741-0100

Dryside and Wetside Spotting and prespotting

Dryside agents (solvents) are used to help remove any stain containing pigment, oil-soluble dye, grease, wax, oil, and/or plastic. Dryside spotting agents will not set any stain. Therefore, all unknown stains are first spotted with dryside spotting agents. The following suggestions will help you do a better job of spotting. Wetside Agents (Moisture) Rings To …

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