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Old 01-07-2004, 06:25 AM   #11
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Yep, It'* in the home cleaning area. Two in the box. $1.88.
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i'll have to try that, especially for the price. i't just these annoying black scuffs from not opening the door enough (tight parking spots) and hitting my foot on the door.
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Yeah, I got them all over my passanger door so I will have to try the magic eraser too. Did you try murphey'* oil soap and some elbow grease?
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I've not tried it on leather but I've had amazing results from using a bottle of "Folex". I found it in Target on the bottom row with no bright labels but wow does this stuff work. I sprayed it on a cigarette burn and it completely took it out. The only way you can possibly know it was there is if you run your hands all over the carpet until you find a crispy spot, but even then you still can't see it. I also used it on a buddies car that had ink stains that were 3 weeks old. It took about 2min and a handfull of paper towels but its all gone now, and it was a big spot. I swear by this stuff, its great. See if you can find it and give it a shot on all those tough spots.
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Originally Posted by MOS95B
...When I was a member of the Handyman Club of America, they recommended Zippo lighter fluid like a magic elixir. Good for stains, paint spills, glue, sniffing... Scratch that last one, sorry...

(Do NOT sniff it!! Very very poisonous!! Don't be stupid, 'kay?)
It doesn't taste very good either
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wow, that home cleaning aisle is HUGE! i looked for 4 minutes but found them, not what i expected at all, there just little white sponges. i'm going to wait til this nasty snow stops AND i put the components in my door so i can really get them clean while the panels are off.
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