Play-Doh can usually be removed by simply running it through a laundry cycle. It should be washed quickly to prevent staining.Continue Reading
Play-Doh is not hard to remove from fabric as long as the fabric can be washed. If not, a dry cleaner may be needed.
Clorox bleach aids in the completion of multiple household chores, most commonly in the laundry cycle when washing white clothing and linens. Another common household use for Clorox bleach is the removal of mold and mildew from various surfaces, including shower curtains and bathroom tiles.Full Answer >
Remove play dough from carpet by allowing it to dry, vacuuming, placing a cloth dampened in hot water over it to rehydrate, brushing with a stiff brush and then using more play dough to attach to any remaining particles. Once the carpet is dry, vacuum it again.Full Answer >
The recommended method for removing paint from brick walls uses a combination of paint stripper and fabric-based peeling strips. Other methods include sandblasting, power-washing and chemicals such as trisodium phosphate. These alternative methods may damage older bricks.Full Answer >
One effective method of removing wax from carpet is to harden the wax using ice, and scrape away the excess wax. After removing the hardened wax, use an iron to melt the remaining wax, and soak it up with a paper towel or grocery bag.Full Answer >