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Soot & Dirt Remover Sponge (K-42R)
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- SOOT and DIRT SPONGE
- Soot, dirt, hair, and removing pet hair
- Natural sponge-resists bacteria and is highly absorbent
- Tri Clean process thoroughly cleans sponges and insures finish results
- 6" x 3" x 1-1/2"
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|Item Weight||3.36 ounces||4.7 lbs||16.85 lbs||3.2 ounces|
|Item Dimensions||3.8 x 1.8 x 7.8 in||6.5 x 2.5 x 9.25 in||12.1 x 15.3 x 11.9 in||4.38 x 1.5 x 6.25 in|
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If you have a candle and see the dark soot along the walls or ceilings, this is the product to use to clean it. Using a wet paper towel or Clorox wipes will SET the soot and stain the walls. My wife had a minor fire in the house, (was able to put it out, no one was hurt) and used Clorox wipes to clean the soot and now the soot is set into the paint. Now the area will need to be sealed and repainted (she didn't know any better, stuff happens).
Also, if you see corners of ceilings that have black spider webs, it is really a carbon chain of soot bonded ionically. Many people also assume the cobwebs they see in their homes are spider webs, when in reality, they are carbon chains of dust and dead skin cells.
We used them on an old stone wall that hasn't been cleaned in years, covered with soot and dirt. We couldn't ask for a better result.
I realized as I was leaving one rented place, that the scented candles I'd been burning had left serious soot marks on the walls around pictures etc. I bought these and they were fantastic, worth every penny.
In one room, I got on a ladder and just stroked these down the cream walls and it was as if I was freshly painting the room.
I bought several so I could rotate them - washing them in dish soap and leaving them in the sun to dry. You have to use them bone
I experimented with cutting them differently in two but they either crumbed or weren't as easy/effective to use.
Now, just to clarify, this WILL NOT remove stains - as in, anything that has soaked into the material. I noticed many bad reviews complaining about this. Think of this product as a large eraser. You wouldn't expect that to absorb dried in coffee stains or anything, would you? Same principal. It only removes "surface" dirt and soot, whatever is able to be "released" from the material. This is a very important point to take note of.
Having said that, I had gone through the process of wiping down the books, which still appeared dingy, with some musty smells. Some restorers recommend vacuuming, but I think that is not necessary in most cases. I then used the sponge, and could immediately see the difference. The covers brightened up right away. Just to be clear, you cannot expect it to "put back" what is not there. That means, if colors have faded due to sunlight or ink fade, that is what you get, faded colors. What this will do is remove any dirt, soot, and dingy materials that are covering the material. And so, while not looking completely brand-new, all the books definitely improved in appearance, as I said, right away.
If that is not enough, there is a follow-through method using a "Chemical Clean Cover Gel," but that gets into some serious commitment, and is using harsh, toxic petroleum-based chemicals, best to use only if you know exactly what you are doing. That said, this sponge is the best way to start the restoration process.
To Note: This product can also be used on window and lamp shades, blinds, various upholstery and more.
And note that, since it does behave like an eraser, it will leave "droppings" behind, that you will need to clean up as you use it.
And you can wash it after use, but never use it wet. Dry it completely.