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Remove Scuff Marks from Painted Wood with Specialty Cleaner

Orange-Sol —  May 21, 2016

Clean Scuff Marks

Scuff marks are everywhere. The concrete sidewalks, the side of brick buildings and on the inside walls of apartments and homes everywhere. Often times, they are most visible on doors or walls where there is heavy human traffic. A common cause of scuff marks on household walls and doors are the rubber soles of shoes, or other items such as belts, that may run into friction with the wall causing transference of color. These scuff marks have met their match with the specialty cleaners, De-Solv-it Citrus Solution and De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent.

The citrus-based specialty cleaners can be used on cured paint without causing it to fade or flake, making De-Solv-it Citrus Solution and Contractors Solvent ideal for removing scuff marks from surfaces including painted wood. The citrus oils and organic wetting agents in the natural and eco-friendly product can remove scuff marks caused by rubber, food, grease, dirt, make-up, crayon/ markers, and the list goes on.

Remove Shoe Marks

To remove scuff marks from floors and walls, spray the citrus cleaning solvent onto the floor or wall and wipe with a cloth. For tougher stains, let it sit for a minute or two before wiping. For smaller areas, spray De-Solv-it onto a cloth and then wipe the affected area. To rinse the area of the citrus oils in the product, saturate a clean cloth with water and wipe the wall or door where the cleaning solvent was applied.

De-Solv-it Citrus Solution and all De-Solv-it products are safe on skin and hair, and don’t emit harmful vapors that can cause headaches or irritation like some other cleaning products. Both products are bio-degradable, mom-approved and 100% satisfaction guaranteed by Orange-Sol. Both products can be used on virtually any surface, but be sure to check the label for the few exceptions; it can cause discoloration when used on certain materials.

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