Glitter: First, vacuum up any glitter you can. For the remnants, try rolling some Play-Doh over the mess to pick up sparkles.
Silly String: Most will come off your house with soap and water, but you can remove any residue with a cotton ball or swab.
Shaving cream: Don’t wait to clean this, since―surprise― shaving cream can leave stains on outdoor items. Luckily, it should easily come off with a hose and microfiber cloth. If your car is the victim, though, you should have it professionally washed.
Toilet paper: Make sure to clean up toilet paper before it starts raining or before sprinklers go off, as wet toilet paper is a nightmare to clean. If dry toilet paper is high up in a tree, use a ladder and a stick wrapped in sticky duct tape to reach it.
Eggs: First, pick up the eggshells, then use a hose to remove as much of the egg as possible. If eggs are stuck to surfaces, place a rag soaked in half water, half vinegar on the egg for 15 to 20 minutes. Then wipe down the area with another rag.
With late-night takeaways and greasy hangover cures on the menu, stains are almost guaranteed. To remove grease and oil, gently scrape off any solid or lumpy parts of the stain with a blunt knife, then soak up as much of the grease as you can with white paper towels. Lightly sprinkle the stain with talc or cornflour and allow to stand for a few minutes so that it can absorb the grease, then remove the powder with a soft brush. Any remaining grease must be dissolved, and for that you'll need an alcohol-based solvent such as methylated spirits (not the same as drinking spirits!). Gently dab at the stain with the solvent and allow it to evaporate. Then work a little liquid detergent into the stained area and leave for a few minutes. Machine-wash as normal on as high a temperature as the fabric allows. #birmingham#wolverhampton#brum#university#universitystudent#unilife#campuslife#cheapest -cleaners #cheapestprice#cleanurservices#checkusout