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TOPIC: WD-40 Can Remove Basting Spray

02 Apr 2010 02:25 #44540

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When someone tries this I'd like to hear what is needed to get the WD40 out of the carpet....Isn't that oily? Just wondering


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01 Apr 2010 20:41 #44532

Well I read it today, but he sent it to me yesterday so I think we're safe from it being an April Fools joke! But I'd test a small area of the carpeting first.
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01 Apr 2010 14:36 #44524

Did he tell you this today? It's not an April Fool is it? I really wouldn't want to spray WD40 on my carpet ... :shock: :shock: :o

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WD-40 Can Remove Basting Spray 01 Apr 2010 08:21 #44522

I had a bit of an "overspray" problem while spray basting the other day (see my blog from the other day if you'd like to laugh at me! :lol: ). [url]community/my-profile/Bridget473[/url]

Well, I got a great tip about removing basting spray from unwanted areas from Mark Pfeiler (TQS member shpkpr) who owns Quilting on the Square in Holton, Kansas. (http://www.quiltingonthesquare.com/)

My mess cleaned up OK since it was on laminate flooring, but Mark had a different problem since his area was carpeted. Here's what he wrote to me after having a similar experience in his shop....

"OK ladies just want to pass a little tip that we discovered the hard way. WD 40 dissolves basting spray. Be sure to open all the windows when using it as it can coat your lungs also."

Thanks Mark for the great tip!
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