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The Eliminator® is a Odorless, Non-toxic, Non-Flammable, Non-Fuming, Non-butyl, Rust-Remover and De-greaser that is safe for any surface where you can apply water

The Eliminator® works by emulsifying deteriorated organic material such as ALL animal oils & secretions, blood, rust, algae, mildew stains, grease, lard, lipstick, mascara, crayon, printer's ink, soot, wax, floor finish, rubber burns, food spills, oven grime, etc.

The secret triple action formula then lifts and removes particles at the molecular level.

The Eliminator® is made to do one thing, and that is to clean! After your surface is free of contaminates, you can then provide a finish of your choice. Finishes, over time, break down and need to be reapplied after a clean surface is achieved with the Eliminator®.

One (1) part Eliminator® concentrate is designed to work best when mixed with nine (9) parts water. Thus, one gallon of concentrate will typically make TEN gallons of cleaning spray or solution. This 9:1 Eliminator® solution has the following uses:

WOOD:

For cleaning wood with a finish use the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and a soft cloth. A soft brush dipped in the 9:1 Eliminator® solution can be used for tight areas. To clean unfinished wood, dip brush in the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and scrub in the direction of the grain. If liquid absorbs into the wood, keep applying until area is totally wet. Scrub with brush then wipe with a clean cloth. Allow wood to dry naturally or use a blow dryer.

MILDEW:

Mildew can be removed by using the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and spraying it on the area to be cleaned. After cleaning, a disinfectant should be used to inhibit new mildew growth. Our BLUE Eliminator® formulation has a disinfectant added for your convenience.

CARPETS AND/OR PET STAINS:

Saturate the soiled area with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and let it stand for twenty (20) seconds. Cover the area with an old towel. Step on the towel and twist, soaking up the stain. Repeat if necessary.

STEAM carpet cleaners work exceptionally well with the Eliminator® too - Mix one ounce of Eliminator® concentrate and one ounce of your regular carpet detergent in each gallon of HOT water.

And, the Eliminator® will remove chewing-gum from carpet too!

  1. Mix one part Eliminator® concentrate with three (3) parts water.
  2. Heat amount of mixture to be used in a microwave until it just starts to boil - do not boil excessively.
  3. Pour small amount of HOT Eliminator® over gum and saturate the area.
  4. Make pin holes in the top of gum to help penetration and add more HOT Eliminator® if necessary.
  5. Wait five (5) minutes.
  6. Depending on the type of gum, how long it has been there, and what it is mixed with - it will:
    a) Dissolve.
    b) Come out like wet cardboard.
    c) Brush out in small hard pieces.

LAUNDRY USES:

Not surprisingly, it turns out that some of our most loyal customers use the Eliminator® for their laundry. The 9:1 solution is the ultimate pre-wash spray and Sharon Arnold highly recommends replacing half of your normal laundry soap with one half cup of the Eliminator® concentrate. The whites are the whitest-ever and, once again, your toughest stains are history.

LEATHER STAINS:

Wet the soiled area with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and work gently with fingers. Blot dry with a clean white cloth and blow dry with a warm temperature setting. We suggest the use of a leather balm or other conditioner after cleaning.

USDA INSPECTED MEAT AND POULTRY ESTABLISHMENTS:

In an effort to clarify and consolidate the sanitation requirements for meat and poultry establishments, the United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS) published a notice in the Federal Register (63 FR 7319; February 13, 1998) stating that the prior approval program for nonfood compounds and proprietary substances has been discontinued.

This means is that food service areas are free to use whatever cleaning agents they prefer as long as they finish-up with a proper disinfectant. As you might imagine, our non-toxic Eliminator® truly excels in this application.

Use the Eliminator® to clean Butcher-blocks and remove the persistent odor that straight bleach will not!

TAXIDERMY USES:

BLOOD on feathers, fur, or other materials can be released by dipping a soft toothbrush in the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and working it through the stained area. It is not necessary to rinse because Eliminator® will leave nothing behind to discolor or damage.

FISH ODORS can be washed away from clothing or hands as well as other odors. The Eliminator® is safe to use for cleaning fish and small animals.

TRAPS can be cleaned with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution by scrubbing with a stiff wire brush while trap is immersed in the mixture. Since the Eliminator® is non-toxic and odor-free, it leaves no smell behind to cover with any other chemical!

GUNS & METALS:

To remove oxidation and surface rust from car and truck wheels, Saturate a nylon pad or brush with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and scrub the area. After the oxidation and rust has been removed, apply a good car wax.

A metal surface has a natural chemical bond with the growth of oxidization or rust. To break that bond the procedure has been the use of toxic agents or penetrating fluids. This process is effective, but dangerous and if misused could damage other materials.

Many new synthetic oils and lubricants claim to clean and lubricate your guns in one step. This has been found to be untrue, and in the long run has caused damage to the gun. Think about it! How can a product clean itself of the residues it is supposed to be removing from the surface? It can't! Only some of the gunk is removed and the remainder simply reattaches itself to the surface.

The Eliminator® will remove rust from gun barrels without disturbing the bluing. Saturate a piece of 0000 steel wool with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution and scrub the area. Watch the rust lift away from the blueing! After the area is cleaned, apply a premium gun oil to preserve the finish.

Stainless steel guns: For removing carbon and stain from cylinders, rub the affected area with a nylon pad soaked with the 9:1 Eliminator® solution. The stain will dissolve! Wipe the weapon dry and protect the finish as you wish.

The Eliminator® is recognized by many gunsmiths as the best and safest wood cleaner ever developed. It cleans wood checkering of body oils as well as pulling cosmolene out of guns which have been packed away for 40 years!

PERSONAL USES:

Yes, if the Eliminator® is the ultimate cleaner for all of these applications, it can even clean you too. <smiles>

Seriously, we've already discussed how the Eliminator® will remove pesky fish oils & oders - well, our customers report that the Eliminator® also removes Poison-Ivy sap from your skin before you can have an alergic reaction to it!

It makes sense! - oil, grease, plant-sap, or what-have-you, is natures' way of making dirt, grime, poisons or anything stick to things - like your skin, in this case.

Plain soap will break many of the weaker oils, but fish oil and Poison-Ivy are two items which spread worse when you try to wash them away with regular soap - the Eliminator® cleans everything!

After using the Eliminator® in any application, your skin will feel "a little dry". This is not bad, but testiment to the effectiveness of this great cleaning product. Finish up with a little hand lotion and your skin will look & feel better than ever.



Okay, the Eliminator® is great in the home and safe in the field. What does it cost?

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