PIG works like other non-volatile solvents except for one important difference: You can rinse it off with water! Not only does it out-perform most other paint, oil, and grease removers, but it also takes care of ink, tar, gum, cosmetics, nail polish, marker and transmission fluids easily.
Available Sizes ▪ 1 gal. / 3.8 L bottles
- Item # BP-CS09QT
- MFR # 1671-4281
- MFR Legacy # CS09QT
- AKA # BPCS09GL-GRP, IL-CS09QT,
- Form: Liquid
- pH: N/A
- Dilution Ratio: RTU
- Versatile— p.i.g. is both water soluble and solvent soluble. Most often stains can be removed by adding p.i.g., water and extracting. Where solvents are more appropriate, p.i.g. can be flushed with volatile solvent.
- Effective— Ink stains that were previously thought to be permanent can now be easily removed with p.i.g. Used in combination with Avenge as the rinsing agent, p.i.g. has removed heavy deposits of ink on upholstery where other products failed.
- Free-Rinsing— p.i.g. will rinse free from the fabric with either water or volatile solvent. This means no resoiling problems.
Test fabric for compatibility. Apply a small amount of p.i.g. to a towel and blot the stain. Repeat this process until the greatest majority of colored pigment is removed from the fabric. Apply p.i.g. directly to the stain and lightly agitate. Where appropriate, add a small amount of water or Avenge Stain Remover, agitate and extract with water. Repeat this process until stain is removed. If fabric is not water compatible, use a volatile solvent spotter to flush PIG and the stain from the fabric.