Many of us know about Daiso Detergent For Puff and Sponge but do you know that Daiso also carry another type of detergent? I stumbled upon this Detergent For Women while I was picking up the usual Detergent For Puff and Sponge. At first I thought the packaging has changed. When I take a closer look and read on then only I found out this detergent is meant to remove menstrual blood and vaginal discharge stains =P
Using Daiso Detergent for Women is as easy as ABC. First you moisten aka soak the underwear till it’s wet then squeeze an appropriate amount of detergent onto “affected” area, wash and rinse BY HAND. You can machine wash it if necessary. Because this detergent is so powerful, everything just came off with hand wash therefore machine wash is really not necessary for me. However I hated the scent of it so I always re-wash with normal detergent.
Do take note that this is a synthetic laundry detergent and its meant for cotton, linen and synthetic fibers.
Words of precaution:-
- Do not apply to silk products. They may shrink.
- Test the product in advance on clothes that may lose color.
- Do not leave clothes for a long time after application of the product or they may become discolored.
- The liquid at the bottom of the bottle may be clouded due to the characteristics of the ingredients but this has no influence on its quality or effect.
- Wear rubber gloves if you suffer from chapped skin or if you will use it for a long time.
- Rinse your hands well with water and soap and use hand cream to moisten the skin after use.
- If swallowed, drink water, induce vomiting and take appropriate measures.
- When the product comes into contact with the eyes, immediate flush under running water.
- If you find any abnormalities in either case, go to the hospital and seek medical attention.
- Use only for intended purposes.
Okay, the precautions printed on the label sounds a bit scary and freaky. All I can tell you is the detergent does what its suppose to do and doesn’t irritate the skin on my hands. I would recommend a second wash with normal detergent to get rid of the detergent.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored review. I bought the product on my own.