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How to Remove Under Eye Milia

Milia look a bit like whitehead pimples, but they’re actually small cysts caused by trapped bits of the protein keratin. They’re nearly always completely harmless medically, but having them under your eyes—which is a common spot for milia—can be quite frustrating due to how they look. While it’s generally fine to just let the milia(…)

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How to Remove Hair Dye from Skin

Stained skin is an unfortunate risk that comes with dying your own hair. Fortunately, it’s easy to remove stain from your fingers, hairline, ears or anywhere you dropped dye. Loosen the pigment with more hair color, baking soda, or a household product before you rinse it away. If you work before the dye sets, the(…)

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How to Remove Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions make your eyes look lovely, but they don’t last forever. Lash extensions are secured with a very strong adhesive that resists soap and water, so they won’t come off easily. You’ll need to break down the glue before you can remove the extensions without damaging your natural lashes. Fortunately, you can remove your(…)

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How to Remove Blackheads on Your Back

Blackheads are never fun, but having blackheads on your back is frustrating. Focus on removing the blackheads you currently have by using products designed to clean your pores. These will remove the blackheads and dead skin cells. To prevent your pores from becoming clogged again, wash your back every day to remove oil, sweat, and(…)

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How to Remove Burn Marks on Wood

Pieces of wood around your home, shop, or garage can be inadvertently burned through regular wear and tear, whether it’s furniture, paneling, a tabletop, or a wooden toy. While there’s no way to repair a piece of wood that’s completely turned to ash, you can get minor, light burn marks off of wood relatively easily.(…)

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How to Remove Odors from Your Car

Nobody likes a smelly car. It’s unpleasant to sit in your car and smell a bad aroma, and you may feel embarrassed if you’re giving friends a ride. Fortunately, in most cases, it’s relatively simple to remove a bad smell from your car. Start with taking out trash from the car, then vacuuming the interior(…)

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How to Remove White Out

White-out, also known as liquid paper or correction fluid, is used to cover up mistakes on paper. When you brush a thin coat of white-out onto paper, it forms a permanent bond, so it’s almost impossible to remove white-out from a document without destroying it. Fortunately, you might have better luck getting white-out spills off(…)