I use Dawn dish soap and a medium bristle brush. Rub the dish soap into the pores and leave set-wait about 15 minutes and repeat. Rinse and inspect and if spots still appear repeat again. After doing as the above poster advised (Dawn dish soap does get oils out and I had to use it on my cat when she fell into someone's oil) use a powerwasher. While you're at it clean the house and all sidewalks because it cleans like crazy.
Powerwash it after spraying bleach/water mixture on it.
You can't remove bleach spots using a different bleach.
You can remove red spots from a paint job by repainting the surface. The red spots can also be removed with a nonabrasive scouring pad.
Patio lounge chairs are considered good relaxation spots because they allow people to rest and recharge outdoors. While using a patio chair, people can enjoy good weather, fresh air, and sunbathing.
The best way would be to resurface the concrete. If don't want to resurface all of it, just purchase a small bag at a local hardware store such as Home Depot or something. Then mix it with water. When you buy your concrete ask the workers to show which tool would be best for smoothing out your concrete. Then just even out those spots where the leaves made their imprints.
The noun 'eraser' is a singular, common, concrete noun; an object used to remove pencil or chalk writing, or chemically remove stains or spots; a thing. The noun 'eraser' is sometimes used in the abstract context of a person who 'erases' problems.
You could attempt to sand the patio furniture with a mechanical sander, but this may cause many spots of uneveness and lumps. It is very difficult to do this job without any errors.
You can remove age spots by lightening them with lemon juice. You can also use glycolic or salicylic acid. Consult your dermatologist about prescription treatments.
A really good way to remove spots is by putting toothpaste directly on the spot and leave it there overnight, it really works! If not, a cream or wash specially designed to remove spots will be just a good, which you should be able to find at your local store or chemist
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yes you can scrub, exfoliate and moisturise your legs to remove dark spots .
If they are REAL GLASS eyeglasses use mineral spirits (aka: varsol) or turpentine. If they are PLASTIC try using vegetable oil and gently rub theb after they soak for 15 minutes. You can also IMMERSE THEM IN ORANGE JUICE overnight and then rinse them off with warm water in the morning.
go see a dermotologist
There are a lot of ingredients in detergent that remove spots. One of the biggest ingredients in them can be bleach which strips the stains. They also contain enzymes that break things down.
take paint brush, dip in red paint, brush over white spots ;)
Clear white vinegar on a clean cloth will often remove soiled spots from wool carpets.
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Use a cream to remove them
Believe it or not, peanut butter will work. It has oil in the panut butter which should cover the spots.
To use hydrogen peroxide to remove dark spots on your skin, you will have to buy hydrogen peroxide that is sold in your local beauty supply store. Apply it to the dark spots and let it sit for several minutes. No more than ten. Rinse it off and over the course of a few days, the spots should lighten.
They're called "expansion joints". Concrete expands and contracts with temperature changes. The expansion joints allow this to happen without cracking the concrete slab.