If you are anything like the majority of “neat freaks,” when you hear the word Lestoil, you probably think, “Isn’t that the stuff that cleans floors.’ Right? Wrong! Well partially wrong. Although Lestoil is known for being great at cleaning floors, there are still so many other great uses for this great product.
You are probably asking yourself, “what can Lestoil clean besides floors?” Well I have found Lestoil to be a successful stain fighting agent. Whether you use it at work to remove those ink stains caused by toner or catridge spills, or to remove grease and oil that have been caked on, this product works on almost everything. It does clean floors, but it can also be used to remove stains out of rugs and carpets.
How many times have you went to go do laundry and noticed a stain on an article of clothing? You didn’t get a chance to pre-treat it? Do you think you have to throw that favorite blouse or skirt out? No you don’t! It doesn’t matter what type of stain it is. Lestoil can be used to clean tough laundry stains like grease, blood, lipstick, nail polish, grass stains, coffee, or oil are no competition for Lestoil. Depending on the type of material you are using, you may want to dilute the product with water.
As parents, we all realize that our children need and want to express their creativity at times. This form of creativity sometimes ends up on our walls. Yes, I’m referring to crayons, markers, and stickers. It would be great if our kids would only use these things on paper, but we know this isn’t always the case, or realistic. Now you don’t have to panic. Simply apply Lestoil to a dry or damp cloth and wash those drawings right off. So if you were one of those people who have said “what can Lestoil clean,” hopefully now you will be saying, “what can’t Lestoil clean?”