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Old 12-21-2005, 06:40 AM   #1
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Hi everyone,

My daughter got into my Pearl Ex this morning while Daddy was watching her & Mommy was out . . . needless to say I returned home to a smurf- smurf footprints all over the living room & kitchen & a big turquoise blue spot on my white upholstered chair. Does anyone have any tips for getting it out?? The chair can take water & cleaner -- but nothing seems to be working. And I don't want to have it professionally done unless I have too!

Thanks for you help . . . I hope!

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Old 12-21-2005, 06:47 AM   #2
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I had a customer spill some on her wood floor and she tried to wash it up, but it just got in the crevices, etc. When I called Su about it, they said to vacuum it, which would pick up most of the particles.

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If all else fails, try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. It will even remove black Sharpie from walls!
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I agree with vacuuming up as much as possible. As soon as you introduce anything liquid it will want to stick. I have had the same problem with cleaning up after a workshop. I thought a wet paper towel would take the glitter off the vinyl tablecloth really well. WRONG!! The glitter stuck to everything after I had introduced something wet. Vacuuming would have been soooo much better.
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