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Where to buy an old cleaning product called DIDI 7 (or something similar)

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Apr 7, 2005
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Where to buy an old cleaning product called DIDI 7 (or something similar)

Does anyone here remember an old commercial product they used to show on tv back in the 80s called DIDI 7?


Long story short, I have a bunch of white household items (bed sheets, clothing, towels, etc..) that have these age and water stains that are impossible to get out.
I've bought rubbing alcohol, baking soda, oxi-clean, woolite and bleach and nothing seems to work. I remember they used to have this commercial on tv for a product called Didi7 that got rid of almost everything.

Does anyone know if this product is still being manufactured, or is now going under a different name?

If not, can someone recommend a similar product that can remove old age and water stains, and which stores it can be purchased?
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Aug 2, 2004
31194 posts
East Gwillimbury
I remember Didi 7, but according to Wikipedia, it is no longer available as of 2017

I suggest you try Pink Solution

https://lettingmybreasthangout.blogspot ... ducts.html

If you're a Costco member, try to catch the road show and view the demo. Quite impressive with stains. It removed Sharpie markers from floors, clothes etc.
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Feb 7, 2017
11204 posts
Eastern Ontario
Didi 7 was awesome, a fantastic Cdn product
Out of production as I understand it... something to do with the chemical composition & environmental concerns
I miss it, was an awesome cleaner

Our new go to is Resolve Crystal White Laundry Stain Remover
Like Didi 7 safe for whites, not colours

It’s a powder.
Typically we put it onto the stain, and then pour enough liquid laundry detergent on top to make a paste then let it sit awhile before a cold water wash

Might take a few times... but we’ve had success with wine, gravy, mud, grass stains, and grease
It brightens too

They make a decent carpet cleaner too

Now if we could just find something that worked half as well for stain removal on coloured clothing / items, without ruining them