This is an update of a
This is an update of a video I did one year ago about castor oil
Thanks I have a few, do eilling to try. I have a young friend who has quite a few and they really bother her. The drug store stuff did not help her. Hope this does.
Great, thanks for sharing. I'm trying this too. x
sorry about the dark eyes had no decent sleep the night before
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For example, I use coconut oil as a post-shower moisturizer. I also have allergies and sneeze about 6 times in a row at rather inopportune times. Those two random pieces of information meld together to create numerous greasy handprints on my bathroom wall caused by me using the wall as a support structure during one of my sneezing fits. I'm sure you have similar stories.
An abrasive product or all-purpose cleaner won't work on greasy wall fingerprints. Also, you can ruin your paint job if you aren't careful!
I have a ridiculously simple solution.
Here's what you need:
- Chalk (white)
- Microfibre cloth (dry)
See, I told you this was simple.
Here's what to do:
- Take a piece of chalk rub it over the fingerprints. Remember to use it on an angle. If you use the chalk on a sharp edge, you'll leave small scratches in the paint.
- Leave it for 5 minutes or so.
- Take a dry microfiber cloth and dust off the chalk residue. You'll see remnants of the chalk directly over the oily marks. That means the chalk has stuck to the oil and removed it from the wall (success!!).
- Add a bit of water onto the microfiber cloth and go over the prints once more, to wipe up the dusty prints. Let it dry and you'll see, the oily marks are goners!
This is magical...I love doing this trick because it's so easy and works like a charm.
Give it a try and see what you think!
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Can you give me a tip for textured walls please?
Will try that
I couldn't constrate on the video she is so gorgous I was watching her tits.
Thank you so much! Alternatives is exactly what I'm looking for! Can't wait for the video! Keep up the great work!
Did not work for coconut oil stains
This is an effective
This is an effective method for removing difficult and stubborn tar, grease and oil based spots from your carpets and rugs by http://www.procleaner.biz. Summer is coming and for Hazleton PA residents that means fresh tar from road work and hot driveways. I'll show you safe and professional methods using household items to easily take away those unsightly spots.
Lanolin in Dish detergent will bleach your carpet, laundry detergent is what you need to use or a lot of ppl are going to have discolored spots on their carpet.
For all of you that either walked oil in yourselves or your dopey mrs like in my case.. 1001 spray, took me three attempts and now the stain is pretty much gone.
I work in a big warehouse and the forklifts and chariots constantly leave black grease around and there was a huge glob of it in the freezer that I didn't notice till I had tracked it around and I managed to get it in my cream colored carpet, so I'm going to try this and see if it works out. I'll update later.
good tips, off to get the required goods for countless oil stains walked in from our garage in our rental apartment. Wish me luck, the carpets are beige o-O will take a before and after shot for you.
This does not work! Tried the denatured alcohol and it did nothing. Dawn dishwashing liquid took heavy grease right out of my carpet.