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Supastick getting it off.

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Firetastic, 22 Nov 2013.

  1. Firetastic

    Firetastic

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    Hello I don't usually venture into here but here goes. My Mum and Dad have had a row. In our new house we have wooden stairs which was annoying for the dog. My dad has bought mats for the stairs and has stuck them down with Supastick. He noticed they had moved so proceeded to take them all off.

    Problem now is Supastick is stuck to our wooden stairs. Mum has tried hot soapy water to get it off. My dad is adamant it cannot be taken off it is permanent. Is there any way of getting Supastick off the stairs? The stairs are now sticky and uncomfortable for going up and down. They look dreadful.

    Thank you very much.
     
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  3. lymmranger

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    simply using google results in (amongst over 2 million other results)

    ...........http://aft.webtechsystem.com/product.php?pid=25

    your father needs to realise how futile it is to argue with your mum!!!!!!

    you need to stop posting the same query all over the net and to use google

    ............after all "google is your friend"

    Edit - due "odd" editing :oops:
     
  4. freddiemercurystwin

    freddiemercurystwin

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    What the hell has the row got to do with anything? :p
     
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