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Oct
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Jun
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comment How can I get rid of the smell of spilled milk from my carpet?
Hi, Kath, this is the wrong site for this question. But I’ve got some bad news for you: my parents’ old car had milk spilled in it. A slight rotten smell persisted more than a decade later when they finally got a new car.
Aug
5
comment What kind of socket is this?
It’s not a typical European outlet (neither the one in OP’s picture nor the one you’ve shown).
Aug
1
comment How can I repair damaged wood lacquer?
@Russell My move out of the flat has been pushed back unexpectedly (don’t ask …) so I’m not in a hurry to try extreme solutions at the moment. Everything I’ve tried so far (conventional furniture cleaner) yielded no result whatsoever.
Jan
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Jan
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comment How can I repair damaged wood lacquer?
I was afraid of that. I don’t yet know whether it’s lacquer or varnish, I’ll try whether it can be dissolved by alcohol.
Jan
31
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Jan
31
comment How can I repair damaged wood lacquer?
@Steven No blisters, but I’m not sure if the coloration is just on the surface or if it actually changed the lacquer (or even the structure below). I could theoretically imagine a chemical, heat-induced reaction cloud the clear lacquer.
Jan
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