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Gently scrape off the adhesive while you apply heat on the surface of your wall with hairdryer or heat gun. Then clean with like a baking soda paste & toothbrush. This has worked for me. My kids when younger put stickers on their bedroom wall, me trying to be the fum mom allowed it for a short time. Other things we've tried in the rentals: Things to try: ...


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Here’s some common household items that will help remove grease/oil stains from painted walls: 1. White vinegar. Mix one part white vinegar with one part hot water. Use a spray bottle to apply the solution to the grease. Allow it to set for several minutes and then wipe with a clean rag. Work in small areas and repeat as many times as necessary to get the ...


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Cooking oil works well on some surfaces - that is, surfaces which are more or less immune to oil. Wood, metal, plastic. However, wall paint (or wallpaper) are porous and absorb the oil, which remains trapped. I personally used the cooking oil trick on a wooden door frame, and it worked like a charm. But the wood was protected with lacquer. Post-factum, I ...


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