Machine washable pet beds, pet blankets and dog towels. Vamoosh can also be used on human bedding as long as it's white and 100% cotton.
Yes, Vamoosh Pet Hair Dissolver and Vamoosh Washing Machine Cleaner are perfectly safe to use with a septic tank system
Vamoosh is primarily designed for pet bedding, but it can be used on human bedding as long as it is 100% WHITE COTTON. Because high treatment temperatures are required in order for Vamoosh to work (85-95 degrees) this means that it is only suitable 100% white cotton human bedding; so you would need to assess whether your particular bedding could withstand those temperatures.
Pet hair is very strong, so Vamoosh will only work on the longest, hottest cycle (between 85-95 degrees) where the temperature of the water helps Vamoosh dissolve the hair.
Vamoosh’s formula works on both pet hair and human hair (both of which are notoriously very tough to dissolve) and so in order for the formula to work, Vamoosh requires a temperature wash of 85-95 °C. During our research, we found that whilst some washing machines may not have a 85-95 °C wash as a standard setting, there is normally a temperature control that can be adjusted to 85-95°C manually. For more help please contact us at email@example.com
The impact on the environment was a high priority for us when developing the formula for Vamoosh, so we made sure that no harmful substances are released into the environment when using Vamoosh. You can read more here
Yes, absolutely! Vamoosh works really well on an empty cycle to remove hairs inside the machine and filter. Just remember to use on your hottest wash (85-95 degrees celsius)
Vamoosh does not contain enzymes or other ingredients that can remain on the treated pet bedding and so does not cause any irritation.
No, it is Vamoosh’s policy not to test our products on animals.
Pet hair is very strong, so Vamoosh will only work on the longest, hottest cycle where the temperature of the water helps Vamoosh dissolve the hair.
It depends on their size, it is important not to overload the washing machine to give Vamoosh room to work; as a rough guide, we would recommend washing no more than 4 small blankets or towels in one wash or 1 large pet bed. For larger loads, we recommend using 2 sachets of Vamoosh per load.
Pour the contents of the Vamoosh sachet directly into the dispenser drawer of your washing machine, add your usual detergent and the pet bedding and run a longest / hottest cycle. For larger loads, we recommend using 2 sachets of Vamoosh per wash.
Pet bedding needs to be washed regularly (experts recommend washing it once a week) to remove bacteria and odours, but most pet owners find that the pet hairs remain in the washing machine and tumble dryer. Vamoosh’s double action formula dissolves pet hairs so they do not remain on the fabric or appliances while also removing bacteria and odours.
Vamoosh dissolves pet hairs from pet bedding in your washing machine meaning no hairs remain on the blanket, in the washing machine or tumble dryer. It also leaves the bedding hygienically clean.
Vamoosh contains active oxygen that breaks down the keratin proteins that make up pet hair, dissolving the hair so it is washed away.
Yes, Vamoosh works on both dog and cat hairs.
Experts recommend washing pet bedding once a week.
Vamoosh is based on oxygen based bleaching agents. Full ingredients are: Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Carbonate Peroxide,Tetraacetylethylenediamine (TAED), Silicone Oil, Silica, Perfume.
Immediately rinse the affected area thoroughly with running cold water. If there are any lingering effects, seek medical advice taking the pack/sachet of Vamoosh with you.
Vamoosh is available via this website, on Amazon, and retail stores including B&M, Pets at Home, Poundstretcher and The Range. For a full list of stockists find out more here
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It depends what your pet bedding is made from, however, most pet bedding is made from synthetic materials and is much tougher than you may think. Following our extensive testing, we found that synthetic pet bedding was undamaged at this temperature. (We don’t recommend using Vamoosh however on pet bedding made from silk, wool or leather). Also, any removable stuffing in the bedding should be taken out of the bedding before using Vamoosh and replaced after.
Vamoosh can be used on all machine washable pet bedding except if it contains wool or silk. Check the fabric care label if in doubt.
Cut a piece of fabric from a hem or seam from the pet bedding and put into a cup. Add a tea spoon of Vamoosh powder and boiling water. Stir and leave for 15 minutes, then rinse carefully and dry. Compare the colour of the treated snippet with the rest of the bedding. Do not use Vamoosh if the colours have faded.
No. You will need to continue using your usual detergent. Vamoosh has been formulated for use alongside your detergent not to replace it.
Seek urgent medical attention taking the product and packaging with you.
Seek urgent attention from your vet taking the product and packaging with you.
Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do so. Continue rinsing. Seek medical advice.
Vamoosh should be stored like any other laundry product; for instance under the kitchen sink or in the utility room. It should be kept out of the reach of children or pets.
The impact on the environment was a high priority for us when developing the formula for Vamoosh, so we made sure that no harmful substances are released into the environment when using Vamoosh. Read more here
Sometimes we find that people use too cool a wash, or use a pre-wash setting, or don’t use enough Vamoosh for the load/amount of hair. For example, sometimes we find that 2 sachets are required for very hairy loads, or a particular item that has never been washed with Vamoosh before (and has a lot of ingrained hair) requires 2 sachets. We truly believe in our product and so please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to chat further about your experience with Vamoosh.
Dissolving hair is very tough and Vamoosh’s formula will only work using a temperature wash of 85-95 °C. During our research, we found that whilst some washing machines may not have a 85-95 °C wash as a standard setting, there is normally a temperature control that can be adjusted to 85-95 °C manually.
It depends what your pet bedding is made from, however, most pet bedding is made from synthetic materials and is much tougher than you may think. Following our extensive testing, we found that synthetic pet bedding was undamaged at this temperature. (We don’t recommend using Vamoosh however on pet bedding made from silk, wool or leather).
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