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Re: Stains. by Amelia on 2002-07-05 07:50:59

Do you know what caused the stain? The original composition makes a difference. If it's a protein-based stain, enzyme compositions can work well (e.g. Biz). If it's oil-based, you need a grease cutter, like Spray n' Wash. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with the range of products in the UK. However, Tommie is absolutely correct: test it on an inside seam first to avoad damage.

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Re: Re: Stains. by mr annon. on 2002-07-08 13:04:04  |  Reply to this
  hehehehe, nice to see you are taught traditionally. Yes, guess what, it is a woman who knows all about household chores. i'll remain annonymous because i'm not stupid, but feel free to make any rude comments about chauvinism coz i guess i'll deserve it, hehehehe again
Re: Re: Re: Stains. by tommie on 2002-07-08 13:51:20  |  Reply to this
  Hey, I'll put up my cleaning skills agains any woman any day! I even specialize in bathrooms!
Re: Re: Re: Re: Stains. by Kid. on 2002-07-09 02:29:19  |  Reply to this
  If there's one thing we didn't do properly last year it was cleaning the bathroom. It wasn't rank, it was kept responsible, but there was always an undertone of 'could do better'. I spend a lot of time in there in the bath, and though the spider wars were great (they truly were, one on either side of the door) things like that shouldn't really happen. Still, we know for this time.

It was just that no-one could quite muster up the energy to do it - kitchen and living room were fine, very nice, in fact, but bathroom left a little (not a lot - honestly) to be desired.

Re: Re: Re: Stains. by Amelia on 2002-07-11 09:12:25  |  Reply to this
  Did you actually have anything to add here? Because Tommie's suggestion was excellent, really. And Tommie is definitely a man.