How to Remove Hairspray

One of my most frequent questions I receive is how to remove hair spray stuck to counters, floors and mirrors in the bathroom. Stop and think about this. You breathe the sticky mist which means it is stuck to your nasal passages, lungs and other internal organs, which is not healthy for you or other members of your family. Switch to an organic gel if you need to use anything.

Remove hair spray by boiling straight distilled white vinegar. Wipe on and let it set several minutes then repeat several times until the residue is removed. If that doesn't work then try rubbing or denatured alcohol. Do not use vinegar on tile, marble, granite or corian type surfaces. It will dull the finish.

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Mary Findley is a veteran cleaning expert and Founder of Mary Moppins. Mary built the company on the idea that she could create a way to make green cleaning easier, which inspired her to co-author "The Complete Idiots Guide to Green Cleaning" available on Amazon. The Mary Moppins line of specially designed cleaning tools are eco-friendly, yet industrial strength to give you the cleaning power you need to clean quickly and thoroughly.