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I first bought DiDi Seven back in 1991, and it has been a regular member of my “cleaning team” ever since. My friend worked with Kleeneze back in ‘91 and she was desperate for me to try out something new. When I saw the tube of DiDi Seven I had a few qualms about buying it as it was a bit pricey at £6:95 for a tube the same size as a toothpaste tube. I finally relented though and asked her to get me a tube. Oh boy was I glad I did, as it proved to be an absolute boon, with the ability to accomplish cleaning tasks which, until then had proved impossible to tackle. Take for instance the problem of ‘iron mould’, maybe something which you haven’t heard of, but I’m sure most people will have experienced it in their day to day washing and ironing at home. It shows up in little tan coloured stains on clothes and housewares, usually right in the middle of a lovely white item which you treasure greatly. (There is only one other strain remover which I know can tackle iron mould, but right now, I can’t remember its name!) DiDi Seven is unique. When I first tried it I thought, “Oh, another ‘bleach’ cleaner.” But I was wrong. This amazing product is handy in so many ways. If you have been dyeing you hair and the plastic gloves they supply have burst and you get dye on your hands, not only does DiDi Seven take the stains from your skin, it also gets in behind the nails and takes away those stains too. There’s not many things will do that without ‘burning’ your skin. DiDi Seven does it every time. If there is a stain which has ‘set’ through repeated washing and nothing will take it out, try DiDi Seven, and you're almost certain of a perfect outcome. The only drawback is that DiDi Seven has a bleach content it does smell acordingly and it WILL permanentl y stain non-fast colours so, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS first and follow them. I hope you find DiDi Seven is as useful as I have over the years. GG PS The only stain I know, that it hasn’t taken out is one on my work-top - probably caused by a pan with a 'rusty' bottom. ??? I’ve even tried the recommended line of attack, as seen in the pages of dooyoo. So, when you are rating this, please, if you know how to doo this, could you please also leave your comments on how to remove this one problem stain that DiDi Seven doesn’t seem to shift. Thanks. GG
Have you tried didi seven? I bought this product from the Ideal Home Exhibition after seeing a demonstration, ok I hear you say how many products have you bought after a demo only to get them home & find they don't work? Well this one really does! The product is a paste in a tube that can be used neat (always test for colour fastness first) or disolved in hot water, using the 2nd method just soak the stained article for a couple of hours then wash in the usual way. The main use I have found is for removing dye from whites which have recieved the red/blue sock syndrome, & the number of school shirts that have been rescued following the leaky cartridge pen! Net curtains soaked in didi seven come up like new. The list of stains that this product will remove is enormous, for my initial outlay of £5 for 2 tubes I have saved hundreds of pounds worth of clothing not only for my family but others too. This is one product that is not too good to be true it really works. My only critisism is the smell, it is a chemical smell & it takes at least 2 washes to get rid of it, a small price to pay for your rescued accidents! The price I paid was a show special at least 3 years ago, but I still have 1 complete tube & a bit, I have seen this product on sale in Debenhams & Boots.