Tip & How-To about Guess Joy Carpets Blue Colorific 6 x 9 Area Rug Watch

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I have a blue rug in my living room. The other day bright green nail polish was spilled on it by our daughter.. My husband was ready to freak. I soaked the spot with nail polish remover and rubbed it with a damp rag. I then sprayed it with Woolite spot spray, rubbed in a circular motion and let dry. The rug is fine and there's no more stain.

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I have 3 people in my house my husband in living room grandson in his room and me on my phone how do I get it to let 3 people watch different shows at same time


put separate tv's in each location and fit an antenna splitter (available from JAYCAR )in the antenna cable and run separate cables to each tv.

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What can I do, just purchased a watch and is not working properly.


Honestly if it were me, I would simply return it to where it was purchased.
Also know that anything purchased via a credit card is usually protected.
You can call the credit card company and tell them the item is defective. They will ask if you have tried to remedy the situation with the seller, and go from there.
I hope you get your refund. God Bless and Thank you and your husband for your service.

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In terms of hardware, some people use a rotary buffer (like you'd use with car wax) to apply the polishing compound. I have tended to leave swirl marks when I use one. Some people use a Dremel rotary tool, but the super-fast rotational speed can melt/burn the plastic if you apply too much pressure. I prefer to use a soft, all-cotton cloth (an old washcloth or tube sock turned inside out works well), with a dab of polish on it. For straight line linear scratches, I generally run the polish along the scratch to lift out any paint, etc, and to soften the walls of the scratch. This alone usually makes the scratch a lot less visible. However, to finish the buffing, it's good to polish in a circular motion to feather the areas immediately surrounding the scratch into the scratch area.

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