hello everyone, asking for help. i accidentally missed the bin, and tea bag hit the wall, now there is splash stain on the wall. what's the best way to get rid of it? wall is painted cream colour. thanks for help - HotUKDeals
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hello everyone, asking for help. i accidentally missed the bin, and tea bag hit the wall, now there is splash stain on the wall. what's the best way to get rid of it? wall is painted cream colour. thanks for help

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As above, I've already tried wiping with water and dishwashing liquid-> no good so far Read More
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
As above, I've already tried wiping with water and dishwashing liquid-> no good so far
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Flash magic eraser
#2
Make up a paste of Bicarbonate of Soda (the powder you use to make cakes etc) with water and GENTLY dot it on with a damp cloth/tissue. Wait a bit then carefully remove. Do a small test patch first. Bicarb is my go-to stain remover for literally all things (and it gets rid of smells as well)
Good luck!
#3
norfolk_kelly
Flash magic eraser
Hi, thanks for reply, grateful if u could please tell me where I can buy it from, thanks
#4
Hi
You can buy it from any grocery shop really. Also give baby wipes a try. They might also help u get rid of the staina
#5
megcompton
Make up a paste of Bicarbonate of Soda (the powder you use to make cakes etc) with water and GENTLY dot it on with a damp cloth/tissue. Wait a bit then carefully remove. Do a small test patch first. Bicarb is my go-to stain remover for literally all things (and it gets rid of smells as well)
Good luck!
Thanks for help, just quick question, would it not remove the paint, or may be as u said , do test patch first
I have sodawater do u think that would help?

Edited By: sydney2 on Dec 18, 2016 12:17
#6
They sell them in most supermarkets, I've got them from Morrisons and Tesco's before :) usually on the top shelf above the bathroom/kitchen cleaning products
#7
sydney2
megcompton
Make up a paste of Bicarbonate of Soda (the powder you use to make cakes etc) with water and GENTLY dot it on with a damp cloth/tissue. Wait a bit then carefully remove. Do a small test patch first. Bicarb is my go-to stain remover for literally all things (and it gets rid of smells as well)
Good luck!
Thanks for help, just quick question, would it not remove the paint, or may be as u said , do test patch first
I have sodawater do u think that would help?
It can remove paint - but only if you really apply pressure - bicarb is different from soda water - it is a stain remover and deodoriser and it's free if you have some in your kitchen cupboards ;)
#8
Did you throw tea bag across kitchen? oO
#9
ITs simple, the only way it will be removed is to remove the stained paint. The more its penetrated the more paint that needs to be removed.

The magic eraser will help remove some of the paint. You achieve similar with a green scrubbing pad. The more you have used it will reduce its abrasiveness a fresh one might be harsh. Wet it then gently rub and see how far you get.

A little washing up liquid in the water will help with lubrication and reduce abrasiveness. This technique is typically used in cleaning communal areas of flats etc. where you get lots of marks.

The other thing is to try and paint the kitchen next time with kitchen or bathroom paint. Its generally less absorbant and will wipe away clean as it wont let stains penetrate the paintwork.

Edited By: groenleader on Dec 18, 2016 12:27
#10
Try rubbing dry bread but make sure wall is dry
#11
M12NVU
Did you throw tea bag across kitchen? oO
Not really across kitchen but after tea brewed I tried to aim for the bin, I guess I'm no Robbin hood, sorry I should have placed it in the bin.i know did a naughty thing, sorry

Edited By: sydney2 on Dec 18, 2016 12:28
#12
bleach
#13
Baby wipes
#14
magic eraser removes everything
#15
Bleach
#16
I have a similar dilemma, the previous people painted the kitchen walks with Matt paint it shows every mark including my attempt on a slam dunk with a teabag which failed. Nothing worked, for now I've put the bin in front of it until I redecorate after Christmas. Good luck hope one of the suggestions works for you 8)
#17
Put a tiny basketball hoop where you hit the wall with the teabag.
#18
Repaint the entire kitchen.
#19
Bit of gravy from Lidl should cover it.
#20
Methylated spirits.
#21
Get a tester paint pot and water it down a bit. :)
#22
norfolk_kelly
Flash magic eraser
sydney2
Hi, thanks for reply, grateful if u could please tell me where I can buy it from, thanks
Currently £2 at ASDA so allegedly 1/3rd off https://groceries.asda.com/product/bathroom-cleaners/flash-magic-eraser/910001243526
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=Flash%20magic%20eraser
#23
Flash magic eraser 95p in Wikos if you have one near?
#24
Try diluting a bit of bleach with water n wipe stain away with that
#25
http://paultan.org/images.paultan.org/images2/sandblasting1large.jpg
#26
rub over it with nettles from outside...really works. But wear rubber gloves.
#27
plodging
Repaint the entire kitchen.

Bounce tea bags around the whole wall do its l e same colour. In fairness the OP is bone idle!
#28
Just use soap and water oO

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