Quick And Easy Way To Clean Grass Stains Off White Leather Shoes
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Sometimes I forget and wear my newer white leather walking shoes to mow the yard. I always felt like my shoes were "ruined", but today, I wiped them down with several sheets of a generic brand of "diaper wipes" - and that worked perfectly!
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then scrub with a brush & wipe clean. 3.Remove crayon stains on painted walls. Rub a damp cloth with toothpaste gently on the marked-up wall & watch the Crayola marks disappear.
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