Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by sassyotto, Apr 11, 2018.
Um Sir Jimmy?
I pulled those sticky tabs off and now my paint is missing!
Stop buying cheap furniture
They’re sticky enough.
You can’t leave a roll on your dash for two years , idiot.
Work more or shut up.
what? But I can clean it safely and a lot of times there are filtration lines behind doors because ----- wait for it----- most other cleaners tell the customer they cant clean it safely and it will eventually ruin their carpet. Since I CAN clean it, are they gunna call any of the others back?
If I am correct the sticky tabs are a product of everyones friend, JB so I'll pass just for that reason
MARTY LIKE I SAID, YOU ARE UNREMARKABLE!
Oh Lee you big silly!
oops, my bad. just found them. guess my love for JB got the best of me. Gunna go get some sticky tabs! But will also use the long foil tabs for doors that touch carpet.
Now we are all giving up our ages
Why I like sticky tabs...
Lots of new plastic furniture legs are leaving similar stains, even BEFORE cleaning.
Edit: protect yourself. Pictures and tabs.
We have run into those also Lee
Plasterization I believe it got termed
We first ran into these in large student housing projects. Now this is more common with cheap institutional furniture.
Why Chinese plastic???
I'd guess their suppliers cut corners, not knowing the staining potential of their plastic blend.
Plasticizers are the ingredients that make plastics malleable or flexible. I've not seen this result from older domestic plastics.
It's similar to the dry "crocking" that happens to fabrics and carpet, usually due to fugitive dyes or related issues. Crocking was a big issues on 70's carpet in bright deep colors installed adjacent to white carpets.