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Eyebrows tint stains on new bathroom sink

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mckenzie Sun 12-Jul-15 20:16:51

Any ideas how I can get rid of them please?
They are all my fault - I saw I'd split a few drops but didn't think to wipe them up quickly enough.

BeautifulBatman Sun 12-Jul-15 20:17:36

Baby wipes?

Theoldcauliflower Sun 12-Jul-15 20:22:49

Oh god i answered you but on the wrong threadhmm

All I can think of is hair spray, it gets permanent marker off stuff, is it on the bath or sink?

Deux Sun 12-Jul-15 20:25:44

Try one of those magic erasers or Cif?

Arghphucket Sun 12-Jul-15 20:37:11

Try bleach rubbed in with baby wipes/make up remover wipes.

Leave the bleach on if it doesn't lift first time.

mckenzie Sun 12-Jul-15 21:33:25

Thank you for the replies.
I don't have any baby wipes at the moment
I've tried make up remover, Cif and nail varnish remover to no avail.
It's the sink.
What do I do with hair spray? Spray and wipe straight off or leave for a while?

Theoldcauliflower Mon 13-Jul-15 23:55:08

Yes spray and woe off

AlpacaMyBags Tue 14-Jul-15 00:01:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BerylStreep Tue 14-Jul-15 00:03:13

Try Astonish. It works for me.

Postchildrenpregranny Tue 14-Jul-15 00:04:41

Try Bar Keepers friend(Lakeland sells it and some supermarkets)It gets hairdye off .Ever so slightly abrasive but had never damaged our sink (careless Dd) .I think it has rhubarb(!) in it ....

mckenzie Wed 15-Jul-15 19:51:22

Thanks very much for the suggestions; the vanish oven cleaner worked a treat.

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