In 1957, Peter Dacey created a solution to remove stubborn ink from his hands at the end of long days in the printing industry. He soon realized that his formula removed all types of ink and stains from clothing, too. Peter and his wife Sylvia named their creation Amodex, and formed what is now a multi-generational family business based in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Recognized in the early 90’s as the world’s stain remover for all inks including permanent and whiteboard marker such as Sharpie® and Marks-a-Lot® and Expo®, the Amodex Ink & Stain Remover is a unique cream formula that is non-toxic and safe to use on fabrics, upholstery, carpeting, and even skin. Amodex removes that impossible Georgia clay, familiar to those of you living in the south, stains from antique linen, machine oil, baby formula and liquid medicine from children’s clothes, permanent marker from CD’s and DVD’s and more.
AMODEX works on all types of ink including ballpoint, felt tip, fountain pen, stamp pad, and even permanent and whiteboard marker! The world’s leading ink manufacturers including AT Cross, Avery Dennison, BIC, Mont Blanc, Parker, Pilot, Sanford, Tombow, Waterman and others lab tested Amodex and recommend it to remove their ink marks.
Today, they are proud to be recognized by America’s leading consumer magazine as a “must have in the home” and Rated #1 for removing ink stains. Amodex is honored to be featured as the only branded product on Martha Stewart’s Stain Removal chart, Newell Rubbermaid’s Consumer Corner for removal of Sharpie, Expo etc and Crayola..
The company’s 21st century vision is to continue providing consumers with the most effective ink & stain remover on the market by offering unparalleled customer service and a family, eco-friendly line of consumer products. they hope Amodex Ink and Stain Remover will make a difference in people’s lives by saving them money and treasured items, and strive to do so with the same pride and integrity of their founders for the next 50 years and beyond.
Today, the company is run by Beverlee Dacey. The second generation family business owner attended Made in America 2019 last year.
“This Made in America event is less about commerce and more about contributing to the economic infrastructure of our country–which is what manufacturing is all about. And what this event did was bring us all together–both people that are from nonprofits, people who are in the trenches making things, people who are in the supply chain–to really interact, understand, and appreciate what we need to do to move this forward.” Said Dacey.
To learn more about Amodex Ink and Stain Remover, visit AmodexUSA.com.