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Old 09-05-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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Removing Quick Cure Stain

I know. I really, REALLY do know how tough it is (if not impossible) to remove a quick cure stain. However, the stain happens to be on the front counter at work (Tropical fish store) on a very nice, polished, wood counter (got there on the bottom of a water conditioner bottle..? Go figure.) I have been scrubbing and scrubbing and it has gotten lighter, but not completely gone. I am posting this thread hoping that someone out there, somewhere, has an idea or a solution that they tried with success. Any helpful comments/ suggestions welcomed. Thanks!
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Googles found some success stories in both carpet and wood via hydrogen peroxide.

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