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Playdough Stain on a Wall

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Does anyone know how to remove playdough from a textured wall? My 2 year rubbed it in pretty hard and the more I try to remove it, the more the paint comes off. Help!

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Rachael from St. Louis, MO

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August 16, 20050 found this helpful

I would try a paste of baking soda and water .. it'll get into the grooves of the wall. Or a magic eraser .. those seem to get rid of everything!

Good Luck
Rebekah

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March 5, 20170 found this helpful

how do you make it

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August 20, 20050 found this helpful

have you tried a magic eraser? they usually work wonders :)

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By jill (Guest Post)
August 23, 20050 found this helpful

Look for a substance that does not easily come apart like a gum art eraser.

Press it on the play dough and gently pull off.

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Some cheap calks pull off easily as do old thick glues that have lost their stickyness when almost dry. I would experiment on some rough wood before the wall.

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By Liz (Guest Post)
July 31, 20060 found this helpful

Hi Raecael
You can get rid of it by painting over it with a stain blocking paint primer. Kilz is one brand Wallmart has it. I had pie dough on my ceiling once and it did get rid of it.
Liz

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By Brittney (Guest Post)
December 2, 20060 found this helpful

i need so much help. i got playdough on my ceiling. i need help because i dont want to get grounded. please help me. i dont know anything. whats a magic eraser?

thank you,
Brittney

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July 30, 20060 found this helpful

How do I get purple playdough off a decorative white wall? We were able to scrap 98% up, but the other 2% appears inbedded in the surface of the wall. Help. It's the neighbors wall!

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Sharon from Glenside

Answers:

Baking Soda and Water

I would try a paste of baking soda and water. It'll get into the grooves of the wall. Or a magic eraser. Those seem to get rid of everything!

Good Luck
Rebekah (08/16/2005)

By Rebekah

Magic Eraser

Have you tried a magic eraser? they usually work wonders. (08/20/2005)

By Kim McGrantham

Gum Eraser

Look for a substance that does not easily come apart like a gum art eraser.

Some cheap calks pull off easily as do old thick glues that have lost their stickyness when almost dry. I would experiment on some rough wood before the wall. (08/23/2005)

By jill

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