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Andy M

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I know what this stuff is, but does anyone out there have any ideas what to clean it up with? (obviously latex gloves would be worn as it is toxic). My Elderly Customer does not want a rewire but the green marks around the light switch clash with her carpet!
 
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erm lol. try white spirit. that does the job for most things, or just buy a new light switch lol
 
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Andy M

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Have you used white spirit on this toxic substance? and did it work?
I remember seeing a forum on this topic before somewhere and now i can't find it. On the forum someone recommended a way to clean it up. i just wandered if anyone out there had experience of this stuff. Of course i can replace the switch but the substance is running down the wall like some sort of shrek snot
 
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