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Filtration Lines Dry vacuum very thoroughly. Apply Spot-N-Boost Agitate. Repeat as necessary NOTE: These are the black or darkened areas along the baseboard, under closed doors, around furnace vents, along the sides of staircases, etc. This is caused by air movement where extremely fine soil is deposited on the fibers as the air moves under walls, closed doors, etc. Furniture Polish Extract or blot excess. Agitate and blot dry with a clean white towel. If stain remains, apply Problem-B-Gone and cover with plastic to retard drying time. Process could take up to 12 hours to remove the stain.

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For difficult stains, repeat as necessary with fresh solution of Problem-B-Gone. Gelatin Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Irreversible bleaching can occur with some window cleaners, especially in sunlight. Grass Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Gravy Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary.


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Gum chewing To allow product penetration, cut criss crosses into gum deposit or punch holes in it with an awl, nail, etc.. Scrape with blunt object to remove gum. Hair Dye Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Highlight Markers Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Honey Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Ice Cream Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Ink Absorb as much of the ink as possible with dry white paper towels.

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Encircle the spot with a barrier of Problem-B-Gone or Red Vanish to keep it from spreading during the next steps. Blot from the outside of the spot toward center. If a tinge of ink remains apply Problem-B-Gone or Red Vanish and cover with plastic to allow slow drying.

Insecticides Agitate. NOTE: Many insecticides permanently stain, bleach, or discolor carpet fibers with no chance of restoring the carpet to the original color without spot dyeing. When attempting to correct without spot dying apply Spot-N-Boost.


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Iodine Extract or blot excess as necessary. Jam Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Jelly Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Juice stains Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary.

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Ketchup Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Lacquer If wet, Extract or blot excess. Lipstick Extract or blot excess. Magic Marker Extract or blot excess as necessary. Makeup Extract or blot excess as necessary. Margarine Extract or blot excess as necessary. Mascara Extract or blot excess as necessary. Medicine most Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Merthiolate Extract or blot excess. Mildew Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Milk Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary.

Mold Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Mustard Apply Problem-B-Gone according to directions and never use heat as an accelerant-- Cover with plastic and allow several hours dwell time. Nail Polish If wet, Extract or blot excess. Paint If wet, Extract or blot excess. Paraffin Scrape off excess-- Cover with a white terry cloth towel or absorbent paper grocery bag use side without writing or logo.

Peanut butter Scrape or extract excess. Stains will usually disappear as carpet dries.

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Perfume Extract or blot excess. Plant Food Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary.

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Plaster Scrape and vacuum excess. Plumbers Putty Extract or blot excess. Pollution Stains Dry vacuum very thoroughly. NOTE: These are the black or darkened areas along the baseboard, under closed doors, around furnace vents, along the sides of staircases, etc. Pop Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Potting Soil Dry vacuum until all loose soil is removed.

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Pumpkin Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Red Clay Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Rubber Cement Scrape off excess. Repeat as necessary Rust Apply Rust Assassin while carpet is still dry if possible. Extract or neutralize with an alkaline cleaner and blot dry with a clean white towel. Sauces Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Shellac If wet, Extract or blot excess.

Shoe Polish If wet, Extract or blot excess. Soda Pop Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. Soft Drinks Scrape, extract or blot excess as necessary. What primer do you recommend? Did the paper wrinkle up? Let me know here? A photo would be helpful to future readers. Funny story, but you should definitely drink and paint! So many mornings in paint stores I could smell it on the breath of hungover painters: they have a bad rep for that for good reason.

SOmehow I escaped that trap! I found that an article in their web site confirms this as well. Coverage is poor- 3 gal. After painting the basement ceiling of my project with it and burning up 3 gal. Or perhaps rather, forgetting about milk paint on the ceiling and walls or even just the ceiling , and using regular water-based. The appeal of milk paint? Totally natural, you could probably drink some.

I am basically sick of things that are man-made if there is another, natural option. I have read that the pyramids were coated with milk paint. Yes, I saw that about milk paint but never heard that about the pyramids. I did hear they probably used water and floats to lift the blocks! Anyway, spraying takes a touch. The thing to do is to keep the tip moving quickly when you first squeeze and then when you reverse direction to give a quick flip of the wrist. Practice with water on your house or just into cardboard etc.

Milk paint is going to get a post here in the future I think now based on your comments. Thanks for all that and good luck!! Loved the article! We are finishing out our basement and leaving the ceiling exposed. What would you do, Brad?

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If drywall rock, yes prime even if black later. If pipes, yes, metal primer to block rust. If rafters…hmmm. Hard to know if the pine resin will show in the dark paint. If I did not cover it, write here again as to what the ceiling really is: if you can send me a photo, that is worth words, but takes one million times the memory…ha ha…geek joke. PS you dark color is not clear either, and how dark is important.

Thank you so much for your response! We absolutely do not want to use a primer that will give off a strong odor since we have a small child, and my husband is extremely sensitive to chemical smells.