ACDOCO launches new Dr. Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover
Issued by Plato Communications - Sep 4th 2018, 08:21
When wine spills on your cream-coloured carpet, you need to act fast. Dr. Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover - with an all new brush attachment is a quick and effective solution to tackle the stains with ease and convenience.
Dr. Beckmann’s Carpet Stain Remover with its unique application brush makes our lives so much easier as it removes stains quicker and more effectively. To get down to the root of the dirt, the oxi powered formulation and the unique brush attachment penetrates the fibres of the carpet and enables users to remove tough stains quickly.
“Dr. Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover is the ideal product to have in the cupboard, so you are prepared to deal with any stain that occurs immediately. Our brand is dedicated to caring about and solving the most difficult problems associated with household cleaning and our carpet cleaner is no different,” says Dana Leibovitz, Shopper Marketing Manager at ACDOCO.
Everyday household dirt — carpet stains are bound to happen, that's why having a handy carpet stain remover in your cleaning arsenal is a must. Dr. Beckmann understands – if it can spill - it can stain! Whether its coffee, fizzy drinks, fat/oil, fruit juice or red wine, if it is not attended to immediately, it can cause unsightly household problems.
The Dr. Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover is available in South Africa at a RSP of R 99,99 at selected SPAR's, PnP's and other stores nationwide.
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