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Hairspray on mirrors

Posted by kat123 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 25, 06 at 1:41

Help, please. How can I get hair spray off my mirrors?


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RE: Hairspray on mirrors

I've heard good old rubbing alcohol works, I know it sure worked on my tile floors and someone on this forum told me about it, you might try that. I think some even use alcohol for just cleaning their mirrors so it should work~ Good luck...


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RE: Hairspray on mirrors

Windex with ammonia works just fine. Or shampoo....after all it removes it from your hair doesn't it?
Linda C


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Thanks, I'll give it a try.


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Yeah, but how do you remove hairspray build-up from your lungs??

I hate it when someone, who is sharing a bathroom, uses anything aerosol - deoderant, foot spray, hairspray, all over bug spray, ect.........

I recently this summer spent time at those KOA cabin/campsites where the shower/toilet areas are communal. Every two minutes someone was SPAYING a cloud of something in the air.

Sorry, I just need to vent. I use hair gel from a jar.


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You could always, just hold your breath..lol That's what I do when I'm going into a store and half the employees are right outside the entrance puffing away smoking! Hate that, too.


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Magic eraser will do the trick...they won't scratch and will do the job!


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Never thought of magic eraser. I'll give it a try. Thanks!


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RE: Hairspray on mirrors

Vinegar and baking soda.


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