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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Is the napisan to clean the cast iron stove top or have I misunderstood. Sorry.
    It's for soaking things so oven racks, grill trays, the gas stove spider top thingies etc.

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    So the cast iron or stove top racks is a no? I'm clear on the oven racks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    So the cast iron or stove top racks is a no? I'm clear on the oven racks.
    I've soaked stove top racks but ours aren't cast iron. It should be ok but no guarantees. They may be a little susceptible to rusting.

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    Okay, great tips so far but I need help with this one. How to get crayon off a (formerly) cream couch? The material is textured. So far I have only tried a wet wipe which was ineffectual. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leafy View Post
    Okay, great tips so far but I need help with this one. How to get crayon off a (formerly) cream couch? The material is textured. So far I have only tried a wet wipe which was ineffectual. Thanks.
    This is on my couch. My solution - new couch haha. Sorry not very helpful.

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    This may be bizarre and not work, but I swear I read that rubbing a bit of cucumber (skin, not the flesh) will get it off. Worth a try, right?

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