I spilled red ‘chili’ gravy on my white shirt. I tried to rinse it immediately with tap water to no avail. Next, I washed it with commercial grade detergent, also, to no avail. I washed it again, still to no avail. Finally, I soaked the persistent stain in Scat! and almost before I could release my stained shirt back into the washer for a third round, the stain was gone. What a waste of my time and energy. Next time, I’ll grab Scat! first. Lesson learned.
Tom - Louisiana
Scat! is the one and only product I have ever used that completely removes all of the wet, snow, dirt, mud, salt-slush from pant cuffs exposed to our Minnesota Winter Roads. Scat! works like none other in this application.
Randy - Minnesota
Over a year ago I was putting 'Super Hair Weaving Bond' on my eyelashes when a piece of that bond got on my favorite jeans, Yikes! During the next 12 months I washed that same pair of jeans 15-20 times, and the weaving bond stain was always there. I tried Scat! just to see and now the stain is gone! I couldn't believe my eyes. My 'stainless' favorite jeans again. What a day maker. Scat ! is for real.
Roberta - Georgia
I use Scat! on every type of stain and it works! Chocolate, grease, grass, blood, ink, ground-in-dirt, anything and it always comes clean. Scat!1 smells so good - sometimes I use just a little in my everyday wash because of the fresh and clean smell. I stand by this product and use it faithfully.
Denise - Georgia
My husband loves to wear his food! We had a closet full of his shirts with front food stain spots on them. I heard about Scat! and gave it a try. I sprayed Scat ! on every shirt I could find, knit polos, work dress, cotton T-shirts, any one that had an old stain on it. I left them to sit overnight, since many of these were really old, maybe years old, and I know they have been washed over and over again. Well I washed them all the next day, two full loads, and they almost all came clean! I could not believe the results I got with just the first application.
From then on I keep a bottle hanging on the clothes hamper and as the clothes go in, the Scat! goes on, and I never have to worry about putting back in the closet a shirt I am too embarrassed for him to wear.
Linda - Georgia