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Old 07-10-2006, 08:03 AM   #1
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Blueberry Juice Stains

Some blueberry juice got splashed on my white kitchen wall a few days ago and I didn't really notice it at first and then it had already set in. Is there anything that can remove this without taking off the paint?

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Old 07-10-2006, 08:07 AM   #2
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Try a little Clorox clean up. Just spray on and wipe off. I used it on my kitchen wall to remove strawberry stain.
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Old 07-10-2006, 09:21 AM   #3
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If you can get them in the UK, the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers work really well, too.
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Haven't heard of that brand here, GB - but we do have 'Flash' magic erasers.

I wonder if the OP is an American living on one of the US bases here because her religious signature uses American style spelling - if so, she may be able to buy US products on the base
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I wonder if the OP is an American living on one of the US bases here because her religious signature uses American style spelling - if so, she may be able to buy US products on the base
Elementary, my dear Watson... what a keen observation!! I am sure you can come up with a winning solution if you take a good look at that offending stain...
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Elementary, my dear Watson... what a keen observation!! I am sure you can come up with a winning solution if you take a good look at that offending stain...
Not really, it's just that non-British spelling 'jars' with me - just like I suspect my spelling does with Americans!
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Very good! I am an American living near a base. I will try the magic eraser. Thank you all for your help!!
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Old 07-10-2006, 01:29 PM   #8
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We spell 'labor' as 'labour'
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Well, to tell you the truth, I wouldn't read too much in to the spelling of my words. Spelling was never my strong point.
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A drop of clorox ought to do it.
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