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Removing Candle Wax from Walls
Candle wax can be removed from walls or other surfaces with an iron and facial tissue. Set the tissue over the wax and gently iron. When the wax seeps through or the tissue begins to brown, apply a new tissue.
Repairing Cigarette Burns in Carpets
Cigarette burns in carpeting can be repaired by cutting the blackened fibers from the hole. Squeeze liquid glue into the hole and fill with fibers trimmed from carpet remnants.
Cleaning Shower Mats Dip a stiff brush in a kerosene and warm water solution to clean bath and shower mats.
Cleaning Scuff Marks Use 3 tbsp. Of TSP (trisodium phosphate) to a gallon of water to clean scuff marks or crayon marks off walls. TSP can be found in the paint department of a hardware store. Wear gloves and do not use on semi-gloss or gloss paint or wood surfaces
Removing Gum - Gum can be removed using ice to harden and a dull knife to remove.
Removing Magic Marker Ink - Hair spray will remove magic-marker ink from surfaces.
Removing Blood from Furniture Use hydrogen peroxide to remove blood from clothing or furniture. Rub gently.




Dusting Tip Use paint brushes to dust cracks and hard to reach places in telephones, stereos, etc
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