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While Reading a Magazine Advertising Home Products, Sakshi Aggarwal Came Across an Advertisement for a Stain Remover Called Dr. Clean. - English Core

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While reading a magazine advertising home products, Sakshi Aggarwal came across an advertisement for a stain remover called Dr. Clean. She decided to buy the product but it caused more harm than good. Complete the letter of complaint she writes to the company using appropriate words.

Dear Sir
I wish____________ to your notice the ridiculous product you have recently launched. I saw a TV advertisement for Dr. Clean and its ability _______ '99 top stains'. I bought the product and _________the least, I regret the money I spent on it.

You claim that your Dr Clean stain removal keeps clothes in wearable condition for a long time and thus helps reduce clothing costs. However, let me tell you what happened when I tried _________a stain left by tea from my shirt. _________the stain remover on the stain does seem to make the stain

fainter temporarily. But here is the problem: a little after you have sprayed Dr. Clean on the fabric, the area around the stain seems to melt away. Soon, there is no stain. In fact, there is a hole where the stain was!
Surely this is NOT what you meant when you advertised The stain will no longer be visible to the naked eye?
Yours truly
A Disillusioned Customer

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Dear Sir
I wish to bring to your notice the ridiculous product you have recently launched. I saw a TV advertisement for Dr. Clean and its ability to clean '99 top stains'. I bought the product and to say  the least, I regret the money I spent on it.

You claim that your Dr Clean stain removal keeps clothes in wearable condition for a long time and thus helps reduce clothing costs. However, let me tell you what happened when I tried to remove  a stain left by tea from my shirt. Putting/Using  the stain remover on the stain does seem to make the stain

fainter temporarily. But here is the problem: a little after you have sprayed Dr. Clean on the fabric, the area around the stain seems to melt away. Soon, there is no stain. In fact, there is a hole where the stain was!
Surely this is NOT what you meant when you advertised The stain will no longer be visible to the naked eye?
Yours truly
A Disillusioned Customer

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