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Bubble Jet Rinse

Bubble Jet Rinse
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Detergent for Ink/Dye Applications - 16 oz.

A mild detergent for direct ink and dye applications. Meant for washing fabrics that were recently dyed or painted. Add 4 cap fulls or 2 oz of Bubble Jet Rinse in the washing machine and you are done. Bubble Jet Rinse contains no perfumes and no bleach products which could be abrasive to your fabric. This product works in conjunction with BUBBLE JET SET 2000. Many detergents attract inks that are recently set but Bubble Jet Rinse contains no sodium carbonate which is the number one reason why fabrics will fade after washing. This product is a simple detergent that can be used for almost any direct ink and dye application. Excellent for: Bleeding Fabrics - Fading - Spotting - Removing Waxes - Removing Knitting oils and Removing Mill-Dirt from all types of Yarns and Fabrics! Due to shipping limitations, we can only ship to US addresses by UPS. (We cannot ship out of the country, or by US Mail.)
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