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Removing Hairspray from Wood


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Tip #1: I know you can use isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol to remove the residue from painted surfaces. If you try it on wood I would recommend using some lemon oil immediately afterward to restore moisture to the wood that the alcohol may take away.

Tip #2: I have used lemon oil on sticky substances in the past and it has worked great.

Tip #3: Use "GOO GONE" you can buy it in hardware and home improvement stores. It's good for anything sticky, tape, glue, gum...you name it. I use it at home religiously and I had my work start using it. They were impressed!! Plus, it's safe for all surfaces and smells good (citrus).

Tip #4: I read somewhere that liquid fabric softener is supposed to work for this. Never tried it myself, so do so with caution. Perhaps using this on an inconspicuous area would be advisable in this situation as well...Stacey



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