whatsamattaU wrote:$9.99 last time, too. Praise except for cleanup (e.g., carpet) possibly:
In response to concerns and questions about this last time, we posted the following information that is on the Specs tab for this sale:
It is important to note that this is a whole new version of Floam and is very different than the old Floam which some customers have referenced in the comments.
How do I remove Floam from clothing/fabric/carpet/counter/hair?
With short-term contact on these surfaces (less than 30 seconds), there is an extremely limited chance of any transfer, staining or discoloration. Avoid having Floam come into contact with hair, paper, unfinished wood, soft fabric, varnished, painted or porous surfaces. If you do accidentally get Floam on an unintended surface for a prolonged period, follow these steps:
1) Remember that Floam is water soluble and can be removed easily from most surfaces with soap and warm water.
2) Remove as much Floam as possible by hand.
3) Remove the excess from surfaces with warm water and a sponge or cloth.
4) Dried Floam can be loosened by applying a wet cloth for several minutes. Once softened, remove as much as possible by hand. Then apply a cleaning solution (such as soap and water – or as recommended by the garment or item’s care and cleaning label) to remove the balance of the Floam.
5) With clothes that you would normally just put in the wash, Floam should come out with ease. Make sure Floam is removed from clothing before putting in a dryer.
6) If you get Floam in your hair, gently remove as much of the Floam as possible, then just wash your hair normally to remove any remaining Floam.