We totally respect your online privacy, and we are fully committed to safeguarding your online privacy while you are at our website. This is precisely why we have decided to include the privacy policy on our website which discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices employed by our site. This ensures that by using this site, you fully accept the practices embodied in the privacy policy.

It’s important to note that the practices are bound to change but mostly with any little change, the site will keep the users posted. You are advised to keep reviewing the privacy policy whenever you visit the site to ensure that you have an understanding of how the personal information you’ll provide will be put to use. This also applies to other websites you visit since the privacy policy varies from one website to another.


Similar to many other websites, How2RemoveStains uses log files to help fulfill your specific request unless you instruct otherwise. The information in the log files includes names, email addresses e.t.c. All the information is voluntarily submitted by the visitors, and it safeguards the website.


This site may store ‘convenience’ cookies depending on the features provided. Cookie and tracking technology are quite useful in gathering information that will help to learn about when from where and how often traffic flows to this site. Cookies also help customize the site for visitors. Cookies record the name and email address that you enter when you submit a comment so that you won’t have to re-type that information the next time you leave a comment.

Third-party advertisers may also place and read cookies on your browser. You should, therefore, review the respective privacy policies on any and all third-party as servers for more information regarding their practices and how to opt-out.


Regarding fraud prevention or investigation, we may share your information with government agencies or other companies. This will only be possible when:

  1. it’s a requirement or with permission by law,
  2. taking a precaution to avoid unauthorized transactions or preventing actual or potential fraud,
  3. fraud has taken place, and the authorities are in the investigation process. Just to mention, the information is not provided for any marketing purposes.


We fully understand how important privacy is especially in this day and age. We want to ensure that our visitors feel safe enough when using our website. Therefore, in our effort to ensure that your personally identifiable information is safe, it is only authorized employees, agents, and contracts who have access to the information. They have all agreed to maintain the information as private and confidential as possible. We also have newsletter and email provisions which will give you opt out options.