Angela
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How to Remove Hairspray Residue


Hairspray residue and build up is gross and attracts more dirt and hair. You can remove it easily from almost any surface with this simple cleaning solution. Borax and hot water.
Mix a few tablespoons with a few cups of hot water and apply to residue.
The solution should start working immediately. Be sure to rinse the solution off with water afterwards. This cleaner is safe to use on almost any surface, including eye glasses.
how to remove hairspray residue, cleaning tips
I safely removed hairspray buildup from my glasses.
I safely removed hairspray buildup from my glasses.

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  • Mindy Kary
    on Oct 14, 2013

    Believe it or not, your everyday shampoo works great! It's what I use all the time. It gets the hairspray out of my hair - it takes it off of everything else.

  • Cathy
    on Feb 5, 2017

    Baking soda could easily scratch eyeglass lenses. Use plain rubbing alcohol to remove hair spray.

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