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Removing Hairspray Residue from Vinyl Tile?


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How do I remove a buildup of hair spray from my bathroom floor? The floor is not linoleum, but the tile kind that come in squares of four, but I don't mean the ceramic tiles.

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I hope I have explained the type of flooring I have to receive some help. Thank you all.

By Poca from PA

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March 7, 20110 found this helpful
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Isopropyl alcohol is the best! :-)

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I use straight ammonia on my laminate floor and then rinse well. I would imagine it would work the same on your type floor.

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Take baking soda and mix it with water (this is what my hair dresser told me they do on their floors and counters). It does work as I use it all of the time in my bathroom on the floor itself from the over spray.

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