Stain Removers are available in various forms such as liquids, powders, bars, sprays, sticks, tablets, wipes, foams, gels, and packs. These products usually contain bleaches, surfactants, enzyme preservatives, fragrances, and coloring agents depending upon the type. The common stain types are mud, milk, soil, barbeque sauces, red wines, beetroot, coffee, coke, blood, honey, mayonnaise, baby food, honey, oil, and tomato sauce. Stains and spots on clothes can be removed if they are treated with the right products at the right time. Freshly occurred stains are usually easier to treat; thus, manufacturers are focusing on pre-laundry cloth treatment products which are portable, compact, and convenient to use. The stain remover keeps clothes fresh and soft for a longer period of time, thereby extending the clothes life.