KOBAYASHI Lingerie Underwear Detergent 120ml
● A sanitary detergent that cleans blood and cages.
● It takes 20 minutes to soak, and you don't need to wash it.
● Because it is attached, it will not damage your underwear.
● Easy-to-use one-touch cap.
In the case of soaking wash, compared with cold or warm water 500mL, about 10 mL (1 scale on the side of the bottle: measure the bottle upside down). When washing in a washing machine, use an appropriate amount according to the amount of dirt.
(How to use) For soaking and washing, soak in the above solution for about 20 minutes and then rinse well. For stains that have passed the time or are difficult to remove, it is effective to apply the detergent directly and leave it in the above solution for a long time. When washing in a washing machine, soak the detergent directly in the dirt, lightly scrub it, and then wash it in the washing machine as usual.
(How to use the side scale)・ Push the bottle with your finger while the bottle is upside down, and if the liquid level decreases by 1 scale, it is 10 mL
( Precautions for use)
・ Keep out of reach of children.
・ Do not use for any other purpose.
・ Do not use on products that cannot be washed with water, such as silk, hair, cupra, and rayon.
・ If you have weak skin, use for a long time, or use undiluted solution, use gloves for cooking.
・ After use, wash your hands thoroughly with water and clean with cream.
・ Should this get in your eyes, rinse immediately with running water without rubbing.
・ If swallowed, rinse immediately without vomiting and drink 1-2 glasses of milk or water.
* In either case, treat the condition, and if there are any abnormalities, bring this product and consult a doctor.
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