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We have lived in our condominium for seven years and the laundry shelf was damaged from the liquid soap we used in our washing machine. This is a simple repair and these next six post shows how this shelf was repaired.
This post shows the first step in repairing this laundry soap shelf.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the laundry door to our laundry room. Fig.2 shows that the first step is to remove the soaps from this shelf.
|Fig.2 The soap|
Step 2: Fig.3 shows the soap damage to the shelf.
|Fig.3 The damage|
Step 3: Fig.4 shows that a clean towel moistened with water was used to remove the soap from the shelf.
|Fig.4 Use water|
|Fig.5 Dry shelf|
|Fig.6 Clean shelf|
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