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Tips and tricks relating to cleaning clothing, objects etc. quickly and easily. Please also use another applicable tag (e.g., [clothing], [kitchen], etc.), as THIS TAG IS AMBIGUOUS.

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Hit it with some ArmorAll. You might need to use a Q tip to apply.
answered Nov 20 '16 by paparazzo
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Corn starch will help to absorb the diesel. Also diesel will evaporate. I would give it a couple weeks and see how much it fades before doing anything drastic.
answered Jun 8 '16 by paparazzo
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Hose with a nozzle. Flush it out.
answered Nov 6 '16 by paparazzo
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Not really a hack but effective. A splatter guard does not prevent shallow-fry of food with high heat and a fair amount of oil. Water moiture can still escape and most of the fat splatters are caught …
answered Nov 15 '16 by paparazzo
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I lean them sole up at like 45 degrees and hit them with garden hose and a high pressure nozzle.
answered Jan 5 '17 by paparazzo
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Garden hose with a nozzle. (if the sponge will hold up to the nozzle) It is probably easier to have a dedicated rinse sponge.
answered Oct 25 '16 by paparazzo
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On a sunny dry day hang them outside
answered Nov 19 '16 by paparazzo
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Just a simple toothpick or a dental pick
answered Oct 2 '16 by paparazzo
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You can use an absorbent such as oil-dri Kitty litter is a decent absorbent And over time it will evaporate
answered Nov 15 '16 by paparazzo
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Anything that creates a stream of air: compressor leaf blower hair dryer if it has a no heat option shop vacuum that has an exhaust port I used to have a computer shop have blown out over 1000 …
answered Aug 24 '16 by paparazzo