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    Any ideas on how to get these marks off wall?? I've tried vinegar and baking soda, sugar soap with a light scrubber....ImageUploadedByBub Hub1333944293.071382.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoping28 View Post
    Any ideas on how to get these marks off wall?? I've tried vinegar and baking soda, sugar soap with a light scrubber....Attachment 20789
    You can buy a magic eraser from bunnings which gets lots of kids marks off the walls pencils etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoping28 View Post
    Any ideas on how to get these marks off wall?? I've tried vinegar and baking soda, sugar soap with a light scrubber....Attachment 20789
    Eucalyptus oil is pretty awesome for removing marks like these off walls, but it really depends on the paint quality too.

    If its a cheap water based paint, they are classed as non washable and your only option will be touch up paint.

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    I was going to suggest magic erasers too. You can just get them from woollies or coles. They're amazing, we had marks on our walls that I'd tried to remove with bi carb, vinegar etc, nothing had worked but the magic erasers did. They really are like magic

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    Magic erasers are awesome, but quite expensive. If you look on eBay for melamine sponge you can buy the same thing for a lot cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koop09 View Post
    You can buy a magic eraser from bunnings which gets lots of kids marks off the walls pencils etc
    Natures direct make a magic eraser that works wonders... use VERY lightly as it will take paint off...
    The magic eraser from bunnings contains formaldehyde, natures direct is all natural melamine foam

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    Anyone have a natural/home made alternative for wool wash?

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    How to get a sweaty smell out of microfiber couch

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakester69 View Post
    How to get a sweaty smell out of microfiber couch
    Ooo I'd like to know how too

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakester69 View Post
    How to get a sweaty smell out of microfiber couch
    Sprinkle with bicarb soda and vacuum the hell out if it!! (I wouldn't do it if you don't have a good/strong vacuum, as the powder can stay on a bit, but will eventually go away or dissolve!)

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