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Niagara Spray Starch, Original 20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 567 g


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Give your clothes that professional edge with Niagara Original Spray Starch. Your iron smoothly glides along the spray, taking wrinkles and creases out of light-weight fabrics like cotton and wool with ease. Feel good about the formula that is made in the USA to add a softer, crisp finish without CFCs.

Features & Benefits:

  • Powered by durafresh technology
  • Durafresh fabric refreshment technology
  • Easy glide ironing
  • Extra crisp
  • Long lasting finish
Niagara Spray Starch, Original 20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 567 g is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Niagara Spray Starch This is my favorite spray starch. I have been using this product for years. It's hard to find in the store. Love this spray starch better than all the other brands.
Date published: 2017-08-24
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Height 2.6 inches
Width 2.6 inches
Depth 9.7 inches
Product Weight 20 oz
Unit Price $1.99 per POUND (on regular retail)
Name Niagara Spray Starch, Original 20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 567 g
Available Online
Package Count 1
Container Type aerosol
Indications Spray starch plus
Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
For all washable fabrics. Do not use on garments labeled dry clean only. Line up red dots on button and can. Shake well before and during use. Use steam or dry iron at recommended fabric setting. Hold can as shown to empty contents. Hold can 6 to 10 inches from fabric. Spray entire garment lightly and evenly. For additional stiffness, re-spray and iron again. To prevent clogging, after each use, remove button and rinse in warm water. Replace button, aligning dots. To avoid flaking, allow starch to penetrate fabric before ironing. Incorrect iron temperature or starch that has not penetrated fabric can cause flaking, sticking and scorching
Contents under pressure. Use only and directed.