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Dial 1071428 Zout Liquid Stain Remover, 16oz Bottle (Pack of 12)

3.2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Dial
Part Number 1071428
Number of Items 12
EAN 0034969378115 , 0884299207872 , 0701860275491 , 8855658230352 , 0881186237189
UNSPSC Code 47131827
UPC 884299207872 , 034969378115 , 701860275491 , 881186237189

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Product Features

  • Zout liquid stain remover
  • For a wider variety of fabrics and stains
  • Designed to help break down specific stain types
  • More easily removed in the washer
  • 16 oz Size; pack of 12

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B007IX9VRA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,528 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

Product Description

The Dial Zout liquid stain remover can be used to treat stains including, but not limited to grass, ground-in dirt, and blood. It also removes food stains such as tomato juice, barbeque sauce, salad dressing, and margarine. Formula is used by saturating the stain with the liquid, working the formula into the stained fabric, waiting five minutes, and then washing the fabric.

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Zout is the best stain remover ever. If the stain doesn't come out in the first place, all that needs to be done is to squirt/squeeze Zout directly onto the stain again, work in with a soft tooth brush, roll the garment up, moisten, place it in a plastic bag, wait from one to 3 days, check the stain again, and then reapply if not gone. It takes out everything including taco sauce and grease stains. In fact, I just ordered 12 bottles of it from ace hardware super store on-line for 40 bucks and shipping.
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This is by far, the best product on the market for removing stains! We own a machine shop (lots of grease), and periodically, I end up with grease on my good, office clothes. Zout takes it out no problem. I have even been able to remove stains from clothes that have been through the wash & dried already. Next washing, I put Zout on the stain, let it sit for a few minutes & toss in the wash. TaaDaaa, stain gone! My only problem is that I can't seem to buy Zout in Canada any longer which brought me to this website! Thanks.
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This is the only thing that could get my dogs "accidents" out of my stark white carpet. It is completely removed! I tried other popular stain removers to no avail this is the only thing that worked. I highly recommend it!
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Note: I wrote the following review for a product that cost about $6. I noticed the current seller is selling it for 9 times that. I wouldn't pay that price.

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I had a brand new shirt that I wore to dinner and then hung back up without washing. The next time I went to wear it about 6 weeks later, I noticed a small, but noticeable grease stain on the front of it.

I tried Spray and Wash, and Tide detergent, twice, but the stain just laughed at it. Next I tried Oxy Clean in a washing machine, which lightened the stain but it was still definitely noticeable.

I had forgotten that an ex girl friend had gotten me to buy Zout: she said her mother swore by it. I found it and figured the shirt was a goner, so I had nothing to lose. I put a few drops on, put my thumb on the back of the part with the stain and finger on the front and rubbed for about 30 seconds, fairly hard, as instructed. I let it sit for ten minutes and then hand washed it with a little tide.

I figured I would try doing this twice, but the stain came completely out on the first try! The ex girlfriend's mom was right! The now 8 week old stain was completely gone.

Note: don't ever apply heat to a stain. With all of those tries, I had never put the shirt in the dryer. Perhaps Zout still would have worked anyway, but if you can avoid doing it, you'll have an easier time removing it.
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For years, my cotton t-shirts have been plagued by hard-to-remove stains that look like spots of water and are apparently caused by drops of food oil such as cooking oil and salad oil. Spray-N-Wash and Shout usually fail to remove them. Zout seems to remove most or all of them.

Zout seems to be the most effective of these three products, at least for my type of stains, which are mostly from food and wine, kitchen clean-up, and yellowing from age, perspiration, and deodorants.

I'm giving Zout only three stars because it did not seem to remove yellowing on the collars of white cotton dress shirts, nor the under-arm yellowing on white cotton t-shirts, nor all of the food stains on which I tried it. I've ordered and plan to try out a product called "No Sweat(tm) activewear detergent" from [...] that purports to remove underarm yellowing.
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I saved two expensive shirts that had pastel coloring and stains from two different colors of permanent ink. In one case, before I noticed the stain it had been laundered and ironed. Even after laundering, the ink stain showed no sign of spreading and was completely black. The stain went through two layers of the front pocket, was clearly set and very permanent. In both shirts, the ink stains disappeared completely after scrubbing with Zout and the color of the shirts was unaffected. Both shirts are now fully usable and look new.
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this has been a miracle product for our family. I slipped on a porch that had oil-based paint on it (my lawyer's porch, oh the irony). Zout was the only thing that got the stain out of my pants (cotton and spandex). Not Spray and Wash, not heavy dose of Tide with hot water. Rinses clean and seems to be very gentle.
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LOVE this product! I have used this stain remover for years and just found it again now with baby stains to remove. The absolute best stain remover, and i only buy the best. This is always in my shower basket for hand outs too!
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