Didi Seven is a universal stain removal paste that is advertised to remove hundreds of stains. It can remove typical stains like wine, ink, food stains and lipstick, or tougher stains like blood, tar, and rust. Many Didi Seven users however, do not have a visual set of instructions or tips for using the product.
Perform a color-fast test before attempting to remove a stain. Locate a portion of the fabric that is generally out of sight.
Place the Didi Seven paste on the test area. If there is no color change, the stain remover is fine to use on this particular fabric.
Rinse the stained area with cold water.
Dab paste gently onto the stain with a cloth. On carpet and upholstery, apply the paste with a cleaning brush or sponge. Scrub gently.
Apply more water until the paste is completely dissolved.
Gently wipe or brush the stain.
Repeat the application and cleaning process if the stain still remains after the first cleaning.
Use water to clear away any excess stain remover paste.
Follow the washing and drying instructions for the garment or fabric after the stain is completely removed.