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you have to solve the moisture issue first before...

you have to solve the moisture issue first before you can do anything with materials getting wet

if the carpet is wet longer than 72 hours or the source of the water is from a pipe leak (black...
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i have seen some cord covers over the...

i have seen some cord covers over the years....but couldnt say were you could get one

i would say a good idea would be to come up with a better routine on were you are plugging in and how you can...
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vinegar and water mix should cut hard water...

vinegar and water mix should cut hard water stains...but will take dwell time and more elbow grease...also be careful using around stainless fixtures
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a plastic scraper will work well. I dont know use...

a plastic scraper will work well. I dont know use silcone much anymore for this very reason of being hard to clean up and unforgiving if not applied perfect. latex based caulking doesnt last as long,...
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if the sink is stainless be careful using strong...

if the sink is stainless be careful using strong acids as it can damage the stainless

i checked the pH of PHENAZOPYRIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE and it appears to be around 2.7 depending on the...
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let it dry out and then seal it...i have used the...

let it dry out and then seal it...i have used the shellac based sealers and they work great and dry pretty decent...use in well ventilated areas
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a little bit of everything here...some of the...

a little bit of everything here...some of the food, water in the sink... I would rinse them off scrape them and just sit them in the dishwasher until ready to wash
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oxalic acid is the active chem in most rust...

oxalic acid is the active chem in most rust removers....fiberglass doesnt like very aggressive cleaners..so test first and use sparingly...if its a good build up i would go over a few times...it...
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if u are renting...talk to your landlord...if you...

if u are renting...talk to your landlord...if you dont smoke then im assuming that he cant blame you for the smell
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just always be careful with applying chemicals to...

just always be careful with applying chemicals to your skin.....and if you do rinse rinse rinse...most have warnings for skin irritation
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does sound like something is either dead in duct...

does sound like something is either dead in duct work..is the hvac system preforming ok? sometimes when units are not at peak levels they let the humidity come up in the home and you will get odors
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sounds like it is what it is...dying it may not...

sounds like it is what it is...dying it may not last with the outside conditions
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wd 40 on a rag and then rubbing alcohol to remove...

wd 40 on a rag and then rubbing alcohol to remove the wd 40. A hair dryer aimed at it from a distance should help.
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is this a new table? if not when did you first...

is this a new table? if not when did you first notice it...and what happened before that. I havent seen that effect before in such a dramatic way
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if its pricey i would have a professional...

if its pricey i would have a professional restorer mess with it...if its inexpensive and it doesnt smell bad i would leave it be..i wouldnt try to clean it as it may ruin it
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That would be my best advice is to get out....

That would be my best advice is to get out. Layering shingles like that will cook the roof. Condensation is going to start...rotting it inside out. I dont think no matter what repairs you do its not...
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Mike...your intentions are right on. BUT this...

Mike...your intentions are right on. BUT this issue is your landlords responsibility.. Contact your local township or city hall and file a complaint. He may be taking money off. But in the end you...
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I would suggest not using any diy cleaners...best...

I would suggest not using any diy cleaners...best bet would be to take a shop vac and flush the area with warm water to remove as much of the spill and any cleaning attempts. Place white rags and a...
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i would try regular oven cleaner.....people tend...

i would try regular oven cleaner.....people tend to over rely on the self cleaning option..does sound like residue...wouldnt know why the salt would do any harm
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maybe try some rubbing alcohol on it to break...

maybe try some rubbing alcohol on it to break down the oils...just rinse after each attempt and do not dry it...that may set it in
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many have said that barkeepers friend and very...

many have said that barkeepers friend and very fine steel wool have helped the situation

just keep in mind not all ss is the same...there are different grades some are better than others
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Glad it worked out for you. Just be careful using...

Glad it worked out for you. Just be careful using bleach in a confined area and never mix bleach with any other cleaner. So rinsing between steps is always a good idea
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if it has dried i doubt it...but if its a white...

if it has dried i doubt it...but if its a white cotton shirt...try a bit of bleach on a q tip and work it in the area
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keep in mind the manufactor is always going to...

keep in mind the manufactor is always going to suggest their tech come and do it. If they suggested or told you how to do it and then something happens...they may be responsible for the damage. So...
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