Remove Creosote Stains?

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A person can remove creosote stains by first spreading a sheet over the floor. A wire brush should be utilized to scrub the saturated region. Some warm water should also be used.
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1. Put on safety goggles, rubber gloves and long sleeves and pants before cleaning creosote stains. Wear clothes that can be stained. 2. Spread a dropcloth or sheet over the floor
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Creosote is the residue that is produced by burning wood. It is an oily substance that sticks to the bricks of the fireplace. WD-40 is great for removing creosote. For more information
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You have given a double meaning - if it's untreated, then there is NO creosote. If there IS creosote then it IS treated. -Which is it to be.
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Blot a red wine stain with a cloth soaked in white wine. The white wine acts as a solvent to remove the red wine stain. Continue blotting with a clean area of the cloth until the
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