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A few weeks ago, a Walmart bag got sat on my counter and it was a couple of days before I had time to move it. It must have been laid in a wet spot because the writing on the bag dyed my counter top. Isn’t that lovely? My counter top had “Walmart”, in reverse, plastered on it and it would not come off. Before running to the store to buy a chemical that would possibly take it off, I decided to try a few things.
I’ve had great cleaning success in the past using the combination of vinegar and baking soda (in fact one of my cleaning tips on How To Deep Clean Your Slow Cooker, The Healthy Way has over 99,000 pins thus far…it uses baking soda and vinegar). Anyway, It worked again to solve not only my Walmart dye dilemma, but it also removed the rust stains that my counters have been sporting since before we moved in. Yay!!! Here are a couple of before and afters.
So here’s how I do it:
I start by sprinkling some Baking Soda over the stain.
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