Makeup Everywhere, Powerizer Complete to the Rescue
Date night with that special someone or a night out with the girls can lead to before or after stains. How many times have you changed an outfit and got makeup on the collar or woke up the next morning with makeup face impression on your pillowcase? While makeup can be reapplied or easily fixed, removing makeup stains isn't always the easiest. Here are the best cleaning solutions to keep your clothes, carpet, linens, and house free from makeup stains:
How to Remove Powder Makeup
Using loose powder for makeup can give you a flawless look, but it can accidentally spill on your clothes or countertops. Wiping off the dust with our microfiber cloth in a hurry can be tempting, but it can lead to more of a mess. Blow dry the access powder away is even more tempting but the mess now either on the floor, in the grout or every else. Since the residue is still left behind, make up a solution of Powerizer Complete and saturate the area. Don't scrub the area, blot the area with a microfiber cloth. Once the powder has disappeared rinse out the microfiber cloth and wipes up the surface with plain water.
Glitter always sounds like a great idea until you're left with it in your life for months. If you find your clothes covered in glitter, first, don't panic. Carefully lay the clothing on a towel and use an aerosol hairspray to spray the clothing (making sure your cover every bit of glitter). Allow the hair spray to dry until it's hard. Make sure to only wash items separately with Powerizer. This ensures that the glitter will not be transferred to other garments. Continue with the drying method your garments require. Always shake them off, and they should be glitter-free until next time.
How to Deep Clean Makeup Brushes, Sponges and Beauty Blenders
For that everyday picture perfect look, it may require a few different makeup applicators. Keeping them clean and residue-free doesn't require any particular products to do so. A half (1/2) scoop of Powerizer, warm water in the sink is all you need. Let them soak for a few minutes will loosen up the makeup. Use the side of the sink to clean the brushes, continue until all the make-up comes off. Rinse with warm water and place them flat to dry. Cleaning your applicators twice a month will keep your complexion flawless and extend the life of your applicators.
Removing Makeup Stains with Powerizer
Makeup stains can be the hardest stains to remove, and when it gets to figure out what to use for oil based or non-oil-based makeup, it can get even more confusing. Luckily, Powerizer can be used to remove all types of makeup stains on various kinds of fabrics. Powerizer is a gentle, cleaning product that works hard at removing stubborn grease stains without damaging your clothes.
Mix one (1) scoop of Powerizer with 16 oz. of warm water and drench the stain with the cleaning solution. Then rub the fabric against itself and allow the friction to lift the stain.
If you need to deep clean a larger area, washing clothing in the machine is ideal. Add Powerizer into the drum before adding laundry and use a ½ scoop for normal loads, one (1) scoop for large, and two scoops for heavily soiled loads. Powerizer can be used to remove tough stains from all your clothes including whites, colors, linens, cleaning towels, rugs, delicates, and heavyweight fabrics. It is the best laundry detergent for sensitive skin and leaves your clothes smelling beautiful.