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In a plastic tub, there's no good way to remove varnish, either urethane type or the older spar varnish. The solvents in the varnish will have effectively welded the plastic of the varnish to the plastic of the tub. The best you can do is document the situation and approach the building crew who did this to pay for replacement of the tub (not do it ...


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In my experience, it's the quality of the shirts. I had it before with cheap polyester shirts. If it's more like dust and less like lint, it helped for me to put the shirts together with microfiber cloths in a dryer. The "dust" was afterwards attached to the microfiber, I guess due to its static. Some websites also suggested to wash them with white ...


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As citric acid and prob vinegar don't work in this case, I would buy a descaler gel or liquid descaler instead of powder, that you can apply on the spot, to let it soak and wipe off. This does the trick for the lid of my kettle. As the scale is brownish, I would probably make sure, that it is scale and not rust or a combination. If you are unsure, I would ...


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My kid spilled her yogurt pouch all over our leather car seats. Some dawn dish soap and scrubbing with a cold, wet cloth got it right up!


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I also have a textured tub, and have had similar difficulty cleaning it easily. Previously my best approach was to use Vim Cream with Bleach and a drill brush, and that works OK but is still pretty laborious. This past weekend I went in with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. It worked phenomenally well for me, though I suspect the exact texture of the bottom of your ...


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