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Author Topic: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?  (Read 2856 times)  Share 

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Ugh, should have covered the bathroom floor! :x

I'm gonna try bleach, vinegar, baking powder, maybe buy some rubbing alcohol or nail varnish remover, what worked for you? Is there a chance of getting it out?

I've found some product recommendation online but they're mostly US products

Please, if anything worked for you, let me know!
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #1 on: 29 Jun 14 / 04:27 PM »
I think a lot if people use mould remover sprays, though I dunno if they use it on Lino . Hope you manage to get the stains out!
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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #2 on: 29 Jun 14 / 04:42 PM »
Yeah, mould remover. And I also discovered lime scale remover works well too :)
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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #3 on: 29 Jun 14 / 04:48 PM »
Thank You so much for the responses. I am new into it, so could You please confirm if this is link is what you have in mind?

 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #4 on: 29 Jun 14 / 04:57 PM »
Something like that, yeah. It's not guaranteed to work, but repeated uses should eventually work.
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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #5 on: 29 Jun 14 / 05:21 PM »
Some people also have good results with whitening toothpaste.
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #6 on: 29 Jun 14 / 06:23 PM »
Bleach didn't even budge these stains, neither did mould remover. Hmm.. I put thick bleach straight onto the stains, will leave it for a bit of time and we'll see.

It's bad because it's not my house, I rent it, and my landlady told me she washed the floor 20 times and it won't come off, and that if I don't remove it, I'm gonna have to pay for installing new linoleum :x

It's quite a small bathroom, do you think they'll want a lot of money? :(

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #7 on: 29 Jun 14 / 09:47 PM »
Oh no:( I very highly doubt it will cost much though. Lino is reeeeally cheap to put down. I had to research into it for the same reason haha!
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #8 on: 30 Jun 14 / 06:36 AM »
Or offer to do it yourself as sometimes landlords will push their luck ;)
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #9 on: 01 Jul 14 / 10:41 PM »
Yes^^^!!! You will be fine doing it yourself, you won't need to do any underlaying as it will be there, pull it up and use it as a template ;)
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #10 on: 02 Jul 14 / 01:54 AM »
Yeah definitely do it yourself if you can or if you know someone who can help. My cats have ruined the lino in my kitchen and bathroom, it was already here when we moved in so I will have to replace it myself when we move out because if I don't my landlord will probably take a chunk of the deposit to replace and fit the lino when all they will do is buy the cheapest nastiest lino there is (basically the same that's already here lol - I saw it in a local carpet shop) and just get their handy man to fit it.
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #11 on: 02 Jul 14 / 02:38 PM »
In one of my student houses my dog ripped up the flooring (really bad separation anxiety) and we re-laid the floor for about 20, but the agency would have definitely charged more.

While were on the topic of getting semi permanent out of flooring...anyone know about carpets? Lol a plop dropped onto my bathroom mat then I stood in it and walked around before I noticed :( stupid idiot haha
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #12 on: 03 Jul 14 / 10:46 AM »
While were on the topic of getting semi permanent out of flooring...anyone know about carpets? Lol a plop dropped onto my bathroom mat then I stood in it and walked around before I noticed :( stupid idiot haha

Not that I've tried, online people have suggested: nail varnish remover, hair spray, vinegar, lemon juice, toothpaste
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #13 on: 03 Jul 14 / 08:34 PM »
Oh poo. I'll give them a try!
 

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Re: UK people: What will get rid of hairdye stains on linoleum?
« Reply #14 on: 13 Jul 14 / 10:53 AM »
In one of my student houses my dog ripped up the flooring (really bad separation anxiety) and we re-laid the floor for about 20, but the agency would have definitely charged more.

While were on the topic of getting semi permanent out of flooring...anyone know about carpets? Lol a plop dropped onto my bathroom mat then I stood in it and walked around before I noticed :( stupid idiot haha

Anything with a high alcohol content takes it right out of carpets.  Our bathroom used to have carpeting (we recently replaced it with lino, even though we rent, we just couldn't take it any more).  I usually got it out relatively easily by scrubbing away at it with those kitchen wipes for counters, but hand sanitiser or face toner works just as well.
 

 

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