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I just hung some vinyl that has a couple spots of paste on it. That I need to get off. I have tried ammonia water and it is still their. Any ideas. Ready to try a soft scrub brush. David
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:03 AM   #2
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Chrisn, where are you?
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Safe and Simple or try some Coke, yes the soft drink.
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Chrisn, where are you?
I work during the day, as I am sure you do also.
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I will add white vinegar to the list of things to try, it works well on vinyl.
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The Phosphoric acid in the Coke will eat that paste right off( as well as the lining in your stomach)
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If we didn't get it off when wiping the seams with a sponge, we used coke, just like chrisn. make sure you rinse the coke off with water.
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