Stain Devils® #2 – Chocolate, Ketchup & Mustard
Set the sauciest of stains straight by defeating them with Stain Devils #2!
Stain Devils® #2 removes: Barbecue Sauce, Chocolate, Gravy, Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Mustard, Pizza, Salsa, Soy Sauce, Spices, Steak Sauce, and Tomato Sauce.
- Have a question about this product? Contact Us Now.
- Know someone in cleaning-need of this product? Send to a Friend.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Carbona® Stain Devils® be used in the washing machine?
Stain Devils are not a pre-wash. For best results, you need to treat each stain completely, before laundering and drying.
Can I use Carbona® Stain Devils® on carpeting?
Carbona® Stain Devils® have not been tested for use on carpeting. However, we have had many consumers use them on their carpeting with great success. Doing so is at your own discretion.
Will the formula for ink remove permanent ink?
Permanent ink is permanent. Unfortunately, the stain is there forever.
Why do I need to put a cloth under the stain?
Stains can spread while being treated, so you need somewhere for the stain to go when you remove it from the material you are treating.
What if I can't put a cloth behind the stain or put the stained area in a bowl?
For best results we recommend that you follow the directions on the bottle. However, as a last resort, you may try dabbing the material with a white cloth soaked with the formula then pat dry. Repeating process as necessary until stain is gone.
Why do I need to flush the stain with hot water after treating it with Carbona® Stain Devils®?
You need to rinse out the formula because if you let the stained area dry out without rinsing, the stain can reappear. The hotter the water, the faster the stain removal process.
Will Carbona® Stain Devils® also remove the odor (like perspiration)?
Carbona® Stain Devils® are formulated for removing stains. Follow with regular laundering to remove odors.
Stain Removal Tips
- Always test for colorfastness before using Stain Devils®.
- Need help? Go to the Conquer Your Stain.
- Not sure which Stain Devils® to use? Download our Stain Chart.
No two stains are the same, so an all-purpose stain remover isn’t the answer to treating them. That’s why we created Carbona® Stain Devils® – 9 powerful formulas that treat specific stains. Stain Devils are safe and effective on washable and water-safe fabrics, excluding silk, acetate, carpeting, or upholstery. Every formula is dermatologically tested to be safe for your hands and environmentally friendly for disposal.
Look for the little yellow bottles of Carbona® Stain Devils® in the laundry section of your store. View all of the Stain Devils here.
Spot remover for washable and dry clean only fabrics.
Just 3 easy steps to stain removal:
- Before treating, remove as much of the cause of the stain as possible.
- Do not dilute. Place an absorbent white cloth beneath stain. Apply solution directly to stain. Tap stain with your finger, pushing it onto the cloth beneath it.
- Rinse with warm water.
FOR LARGE STAINS
In shallow bowl, immerse stained area in solution. Soak for 10-15 minutes. Gently rub fabric together and rinse with warm water. Repeat steps with fresh solution and longer soaking time, if necessary.
DO NOT USE ON LEATHER, SUEDE, SILK, ACETATE, CARPETING OR UPHOLSTERY
Before use, test for colorfastness on an inconspicuous area.
- Reviews (6)
Add Your Review
I have been a happy, loyal customer for many years. Recently my 20 year old daughter used your product to remove blood from an item. She called you “genius.” Just thought you should know.
I love the stain devil removers. They are some of the best out there.
The ketchup/Mustard/Chocolate remover didn’t work as effectively as the makeup remover did.
Tried to get a small French’s mustard stain out of a white cotton blouse. Didn’t budget. In my experience as an avid mustard eater, the only thing that takes mustard out is scissors.
Love the products but our local stores don’t seem to carry them. We have no coupons as no one sells it.
I loved your chocolate, kethup, mustard remover when it had a yellow tinge. Now instead of yellow it is thinner and clear and doesn’t work as well on the stains I use it for. Did the formula change and if so, why?
My spicy-food loving son got hot sauce all over his brand new golf shirt. I had Stain Devil # 4, 9 and the one for Ink, but unfortunately didn’t have #2 for ketchup (hot sauce) etc. I unsuccessfullt tried several products, as well as a homemade solution of hydrogen peroxide/dish soap/baking soda. I saw that our local hardware store had it in stock. This morning I bought Stain Devil #2 and treated all of the stains. I am THRILLED to say that they all came out. I am relieved (b/c the golf shirt was expensive and his new favorite) and my son is “over the moon”. Thank you for another product that works miracles.