Removing Blu-tac Marks From Wall

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Cushti
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I just tore down my 'photo wall' and the blu-tac has left nasty wee greasy marks on the the cream wall which looks a bit eugh. Anyone know how to remove these?
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You have to paint over it.
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Pfft can't be assed with that. Apparently there is something called 'sugar-soap' you can use. But I'd rather use something I have in the house if I can. I might just have to find something to put over it.
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Maybe one of those eraser sponge thingies?
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Tooth paste instead of painting
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Try a rubber
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Nail polish remover will dissolve it.
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Yeah, and the paint...
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USE BLU TAC TO GET RID OF BLU TAC!!!!!!

It works Holly trust me!!!!
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(Original post by icantthinkofacoolusername)
Yeah, and the paint...
I didn't tell her to empty bottles of nail polish remover on the walls.. You just apply a little directly to the tac and it dissolves it :p:
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Yeah but there's no blue tac on the wall - just the oily stain.
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Yeah but there's no blue tac on the wall - just the oily stain.
Yeh but the blu tac will get rid of it!!!!!! I speak from experience of ridding of blu tac stains
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(Original post by icantthinkofacoolusername)
Yeah but there's no blue tac on the wall - just the oily stain.
It's an organic residue from the Blue Tac, Just put the goddamn nail polish remover on it :p:
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No :mad:


Ooops, forgot it wasn't my wall for a minute there
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It's an organic residue from the Blue Tac, Just put the goddamn nail polish remover on it :p:
How is it organic if blue tack isnt organic
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Ooooooooh fairy muff
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well I just tried the nail varnish remover and yep, removed the paint as well. So don't do that. I've heard things like floor cleaner work, going to try this tomorrow.
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Acetone melted the paint. Had trouble getting all off rolling. Picked a lemon, put cotton balls inside it. The juice worked with the help of a butter knife and a bit of rubbing and no damage.
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Acetone melted the paint. Had trouble getting all off rolling. Picked a lemon, put cotton balls inside it. The juice worked with the help of a butter knife and a bit of rubbing and no damage.
Congratulations on bumping a 10 year old thread.
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