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Rather it's red wine on carpet, or the crayon left in the dryer, we have all been left with messes that we had to out figure how to clean. Ask and answer questions here about getting out those nasty stains.
Fiberglass bathtubsHard water mineral deposits: Occasionally remove with products specifically designed to remove such deposits that state on label they are safe for fiberglass; these are usually mild acids such as "Lime-Away" which contains some phosphoric acid but is safe for consumer use; rubber …
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To remove a linseed oil based paint from a porouse ceramic would require figuring out a way to soften the finish to make it soluble in something (like acetone). As I recall, linseed oil essentially cross-links during the curing process to create a hard, brittle, but of course, very durable finish. T…
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To clean fiberglass showers and tubs, heat white vinegar until hot and pour into a spray bottle. Spray on shower and bathtub. Let set around 10-15 minutes and clean using a scrubbing sponge, adding more hot vinegar during the process as needed. Rinse thoroughly.
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I also would like to know if it worked. I have an In ground pool with calcium build up and I'm having problems removing it. If you get an answer please let me know, I have tried the acid it did not work, maybe because I was alittle to afraid, a pool company told me to be very careful and not leave i…
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I have a fiberglass pool and I am constantly battling with iron stains. It is not impossible to remove the stains. I get brown stains in my pool and I treat them with jacks magic stain solution #1. Check out their website. They show different pictures of different types of stains. The stuff does rem…
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The dosage is 1 lb. per 10,000 gallons. Run filter 24 hours. Backwash or clean filter after 3 days.Be sure to test the stain with a vitamin c tablet before adding ascorbic acid. Ascorbic acid won't work for all stain and is quite expensive. Testing to see what type of reaction you will get first is …
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Some are: hydrogen peroxide, ammonia is another and various petroleum products to remove grease stains. My Spray and Wash shows the following ingredients: surfactant, solvents, stabilizers, fragrance and water. Older style stain removers included phosphates.
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The most common causes of blue staining on fiberglass bathroom fixtures depend on your source of household water. If you are on a municipal water supply, the stains will likely be limited to areas where the water drips, such as beneath the jets in a toilet bowl, or around the faucets and drains of t…
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ingredients in stein removers that are active are the ones that have the most percentage of the ingrediant in it. also on the back of the container it lists the active ingredients. ADDENDUM There are different products on the market - here in Europe, but I am certain in the U.S.A. also - containing…
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Answer My 3 year old just colored all over our expensive tan colored rug today. Panicing (because my husband would have flipped) I tried to find carpet cleaner in the cubbords to no avail. Out to the garage... I found a can of; Blue Coral Upholstery Cleaner Dri-Clean Plus with Ordor Eliminator …
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There are a number of options in regards to cleaning pet stains. One of the most common remedies offered as a suggestion is to clean the stained area with either vinegar or ammonia. Both are inexpensive household items, and both contain a high enough level of acidity to break down stains. However, v…
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Answer Generally, enzymes and emulsifiers.
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First remove any solids and gently blot up as much liquid as you can. Apply carpet stain cleaner (test on hidden part of carpet), and let sit for a few minutes. Use a clean, white, cloth and 1 teaspoon mild, non-alkali detergent and 1/2 pint lukewarm water to blot up the rest of the stain and cleane…
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You can remove stains or blemishes from a polyurethane watch by scrubbing it with a wet terrycloth that has been dipped in a solution of warm water and liquid dish soap. For tough stains, dip a melamine foam sponge into the solution, ring out and wipe the watch gently. Dry well with a clean towel.
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Answer 1Over the years, I have used many products. I think the most important point is to not damage the Formica surface by always using a gentle cleaner, and NEVER use chemically aggressive [chlorine containing products] or mechanically abrasive [scouring powders or pads] products.I generally use D…
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It totally depends on the type of stain, the stained material and how far you are willing to go. Here some hints: Motor oil or grease Rub with butter or plant oil, then add liquid soap (without water) and rub again, then rub and rinse thoroughly with water, then rub with liquid soap, and then with …
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The home made product I have found to be effective on pet urine is to wet the urine spot with water, and then vacuum it out with a wet/dry vac using just the hose (no attachment). Afterwards, spray the area with Odorxit concentrate. If the urine has already seeped through to the padding beneath, use…
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To remove nail polish from wooden furniture, use a putty knife to get the polish off the wood. Then use denatured alcohol to get rid of the traces of the polish.
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According to Good Housekeeping, Hoover Platinum Collection Instant scored best for stain removal and can also be used on upholstery. Other effective carpet stain removers include Bissell OxyPro and Weiman Carpet Cleaner.According to RealSimple.com, the best carpet stain remover is Resolve Triple Act…
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COLD water Cold water is the key. Never use hot water on a blood stain. I'm not sure why but I know its true. peroxide...an just cold water with hand soap an shout
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The first thing to try is plain water. Dawn dish washing soap is gentle but can help remove the stain. Another common product is dandruff shampoo. If none of these work, there is a product called Color Oops which will remove permanent hair coloring, so it should work on the deck stain.
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first of all, try to soak the piece of clothing... or whatever... in COLD WATER!! NEVER HOT WATER!!!! hot water sets the stain!!! get blood out... if its your blood soak it in your spit If the stains do not come out with cold water, try spraying the stain with Genesis 950 and allow it to soak. Thi…
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some work relly well try difrent oxy cleans the relly get the stains out and gentle one diffrent fabrics
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Answer The Company that makes "Easy Wash" Laundry Stain Remover is: Reckitt & Collman Inc., Wayne, New Jersey 07474-0945. They used to carry it in supermarkets, however I haven't been able to find it anywhere. I used to use it all the time - then the stores stopped carrying it, so I looked …
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No! it can never remove stains from any cloth , it is only to add a nice odor to the body!
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It can be found at Amazon.
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by rubbing your face on the stain for 12 minutes then use some ajax spray and wipe on it with a clean yellow cloth. should come off about 5 minutes later.
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Yes. I've been using it to restore 200+ yr old oak joists. Its brilliant. I mix it with warm water, brush it on, leave for 10-15 mins, then go back and scrub off with clean water. The results are amazing.
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I know this sounds wierd, but opti fresh contact cleanser works. Me and my friends spilt mtn. dew code red on the floor and we put opti fresh on it and the stain came out.
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If its a white shirt, bleach it. If it a colored shirt, use Clorox. If its a small stain, use a Clorox magic pen. If none work, buy a new one. OR>>>>>>>>>>OXYCLEAN If it is a white you just bleach it and scrub it. And for colors just scrub it by hand and use stain re…
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In order to get a yellow stain out of a nylon jacket, simply pre-treat the stain with some baking soda and warm water. You then will want to throw the jacket in the wash as you normally would.
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A foam carpet cleaner works by creating dry foam through the use of an air compressor. The dry foam is applied to the carpet which is then agitated using a cylindrical brush that revolves and combs through the carpet.
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'Vanish' really does work pretty well!!
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how to get yellow stains out of plastic...
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The best way to remove a stain from concrete is to use a power washer.
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The sooner you start to remove a stain the better, if you can't remember how long the stain has been there I would recommend a slipcover. Blot off as much of the stain as you can with a clean, dry paper towel.Use a damp cloth and continue blotting, if it gets wet enough that it seems to be spreading…
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Stains from carpet cannot be easily removed with plain water. Stain remover/ carpet cleaner is necessary in order to completely remove it.
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If plain old soap and water aren't doing the trick, then try soaking the area with hairspray and rubbing the marker-ed area gently with your fingers. Rub it with baby oil, then soap and warm (not hot) water. Rubbing alcohol does the trick. It may dry out your skin but if it does just dab a little …
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According to Good Housekeeping, the best carpet stain removers are: Hoover Platinum Collection InstantBissell OxyProWeiman Carpet CleanerRealSimple.com recommends:Resolve Triple Action Spot Carpet Cleaner Carpet stain removers work the best if they are used on the stain as soon as possible. The type…
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A stain remover that removes coffee stains varies depending on the type of material. For clothing, pre-soaking in standard laundry detergent generally will remove coffee stains. You can also use Tide Stain Stick or Shout Liquid Laundry Stain Remover to remove coffee stains. White vinegar or a white …
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There are many stain removers available to use on clothes. The type of stain remover to use may depend on the type of stain and the type of clothing. Some stain removers are used to pretreat laundry while others are used to remove stains without water or a washing machine. Stains on dry clean fabric…
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Patsy Sherman was the first to invent stain removal, she lived from 1930-2008. And yes, she was a girl. SEXIST FOOL!!!!
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Start by removing as much of the pollen as you can without water- shake it out outside or scrape any chunks of pollen. Then pretreat the stain with OxyClean or Shout. Then wash the clothes in hot water.
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http://winningcolours.com/store-locator It has had its name changed.It is now 1000+ Stain remover by Winning Colours.
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Anytime you are doing a stain, use the solutions on a test area you can't see.First blot area with newspaper, towel etc, then put baking soda on it to absorb it, clean that up, then go over it with baking soda and water solution.I don't know about how your carpet is but do a test area first, if the …
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A coffee stain may be removed from a textile with a combination of water, vinegar and a touch of neutral detergent such as a clear liquid dishwashing detergent. About 1/2 ounce of white household vinegar, a quarter teaspoon of detergent and about a half cup of water should work well. Apply the mixtu…
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I use a product that is 100% all natural and uses enzymes to neutralize and eliminate stains and odors. I have three cats, so this happens sometimes in my house.
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First, pick off the hardened bits. Then place a paper towel over the stain and iron it to heat the rest of the wax and soak it up.
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From the hardware shop, purchase a liquid called Spirit of salts, this is an acid which can be poured over the calcium to dissolve it. Take care not to breath in the fumes though as they are damaging. Best to remove as much water from the bowel first then gently either pour over the stains or use a …
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Wet garment with cold water and pour salt onto area where the blood is. Let it soak for a while, then scrub.
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WOOLITE CARPET CLEANER WORKS BEST! You should read the best carpet cleaner review from any website .After reading the best carpet cleaner review it will be easy to decide which one is best for you. Thanks! service
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1. Using a spray bottle, spray lemon juice onto the affected area. Or you can use cotton calls, sponge to put the lemon juice onto the stain. Leave the juice on the stain for at least 5 minutes, but no more than 10 minutes. Blot the stain with a clean white cloth or paper towel. 2. Mix a solution: …
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Use a regular old white gum eraser. I just did this and it worked really well.
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Lemon juice, salt, and vinegar. Alternate Answer: Try using hot soapy water with a little drop of white spirit. You can also try to use bees wax a natural product before using any aggressive removal agents that might damage your wood. I would be careful of using any of the above due to the strength …
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For the denim jeans - mate that's what they invented the washing machine for. Carpet - 'Call Rug Doctor. Steaming mad at dirt (hot look at the camera)'.
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Biological is better because it contains enzymes which break down the (food, dirt ect...). It combines with the substrate to break down these. It is better to use non-biological washing powder for sensitive skin and it is kinder and less aggressive.hope this helped :]
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about 6-7 ft long and 3-4 ft wide
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Besides not sleeping with a lump in the middle of your back, fluffing out your sleeping bag increases the air space in between the stuffings fibers. This helps the bag hold heat and insulate your body better.
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Was it, Adam's, Eve? After all mostly women do it!
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Removing stains depends on the type of stain. I encourage you to search for instructions on removing the specific type of stain, but the following instructions should do for an unknown stain. Start by blotting up or scrapping off as much of the stain as possible. Then rinse the stain in cool water …
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Yes, it has been done, even though some people disagree. Many people consider it an opinion. It depends on what you are removing the stain off of.
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With a replacement floor.
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if it is a lightweight sleeping bag then it can go in the bottom centre of the main compartment or on the outside in a dry bag or waterproof container,sack. If it is a heavy weight or heavy duty sleeping bag then it is better to keep it at the top of the rucksack.
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Stain be gone or Stain, Stain, go away
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Canvas, polyester or water proof cotton for the exterior. They are usually filled with down feathers or polyester fiberfill. They are temperature rated so select the one that best fits your needs. You wouldn't want a light weight one if you are camping in the mountains in the winter and you wouldn't…
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I have brought, in the past years,: a sleeping bag, toiletries, 3 t-shirts, 2 long sleeved, 4 pair of pants, 2 tennis shoes, rain poncho, flashlight, coat, jacket, 2 pj's, water bottle!, back pack, 5 underwear, & 7 socks.
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Removing pet stains in carpet is a huge factor in encouraging your dog not to go to the bathroom in the house. There are a number of methods suggested when it comes to cleaning pet stains, however many of them will not resolve your issues. The most often shared advice is to clean with either vinega…
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eat it spit it out put it in your eyeball then you will eel the acid in your eyes. :> go try it.
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yes it can because it has a substance which is sour that can remove the stain of the shirt.
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Scrape off as much of the tiger balm as you can without damaging the fabric. Rub detergent into the front and back of the stain. Then wash the clothing in hot water.
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If the top is plastic, Formica get a very fine piece of sand paper and lightly sand the spot then wax and buff.
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Infections, side effects and healing issues are all points you need to discuss with your professional body piercer BEFORE you get the piercing done. You also need to discuss aftercare for the piercing, this should be followed up with written aftercare instructions for your piercing. No professional …
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You can wash it off with a moist sponge, but it is likely going to still leave a stain. Drywall is very porous. It is basically paper over chalk. There is just no way to remove some stains. If you want to paint over, but the wood stain keeps bleeding through, cover the stain with a product like Kill…
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7 chemicals baking soda flavouring
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Tide is just a clothes washing detergent, but they have a line of stain removers as well. Try a natural stain remover first, because the chemicals in most store-bought stain removers not only break down the fabric, but are also terrible going down the drain and later back into the ocean and stream…
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You can get stain carpet remover and it comes out perfectly and if you don't have that try soap and water if that doesn't work then if your carpet is white you can use bleach but only if your carpet is white!!
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The size of kids sleeping bags is usually around 55" x 27" (inches). However, this may not be the case for all sleeping bags, so try to find the dimensions on the description / label before buying.
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A down sleeping bag is admittedly warmer but if you are going to be camping in conditions where your bag is exposed to water, it is definitely a better idea to buy a synthetic sleeping bag. This is a lot more waterproof and will dry a lot quicker than the down. It also compacts a lot better than dow…
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Waterproof layer spread under a sleeping bag in a tent?
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The stain under the water spout on the outside of your refrigerator door is probably "boiler scale." That is the minerals that are left when water evaporates. Commercial products exist to get rid of bathtub scum. They might work. Vinegar also might work. You do not want to use anything that will scr…
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use stain wipes
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ice cubes
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Apparently many state governments have outlawed the use of naphtha for household use because it is a volatile organic compound (VOC) and can supposedly affect air quality. Of course, the idea that people cleaning spots has any affect on air quality is ridiculous, but this is what happens when govern…
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Sandpaper will take care of the rust and Clorox for the mold. Good luck!
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just use bleach
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To remove coffee, tea and other stains from your teeth, use baking soda. Mix baking soda with a small amount of water, to make a paste. Brush your teeth with the paste, and rinse. Repeat daily, until you see a difference.
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Try using glass polish, available from stained-glass craft supply shops.
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In order to successfully remove prestik from fabric, you will need to apply a dime sized amount of pine solution to the affected area. You then will need to scrub and throw in the wash, as you normally would.
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Rubbing alcohol all over the stain
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Honestly, unless you know whose blood it is, you should contact a professional biocleaner to get the blood out - you don't know if the blood has HIV, hepatitis, or any of a number of nasty diseases. A professional can safely remove the flooring with the blood in it and let you get back to your proje…
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lol scrub like heck with powerful soap...
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Not usually. It is rather bad for the sleeping bag, but it shouldn't ruin it. Just dry it and try to get it "fluffy". If it does, it should still keep you warm effectively. If you want to be sure, just try it out.
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You have to lick it :)
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I have a build up of salt on my pool liner in the deep end of my pool, how can I get this broke up to clean my pool.
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Salt water stains can be removed from window glass with a black and white newspaper. First crumple a dry sheet of newspaper and run it over the stain, then dampen the newspaper and wash the window with it. Finish by running a dry rag over the window.
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you put a can of beans in it
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copper and alloys of copper
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You can try paint remover or paint the desk color over it.
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