Oct 8, 2006

Hey, Hive Mind!

How do you get bike grease out of dog hair? Assuming - hypothetically, of course - that rubbing alcohol and a natural yummy soap have already been tried.

9 Comments:

Blogger Ashley said...

< emerging briefly from mountains of work> There's that stuff Goo Gone--and failing that, scissors? Poor Barley.
< /hiding again >

ps yay diss draft!
xo

10/08/2006  
Anonymous Kathy said...

Ashley beat me to it: I was going to suggest Goo Gone, too!

Have you tried Dawn dish soap?

10/08/2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes I would try dish soap if you haven't. If that fails you can get this stuff.

http://www.gojo.com/product/product.asp?productid=4

--Beth

10/08/2006  
Anonymous Greg P. said...

Poor Barley!

Miss you lots. :)

--Greg

10/09/2006  
Blogger Chris said...

Poor puppy!

10/09/2006  
Blogger MeBeth said...

Is bike grease one of those things that you can remove with mayonnaise? You might want to try that out on a test swatch before coating Barley with mayo, because I may have no idea what I'm talking about!!

10/10/2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I mailed your Funky Scarf today! I forgot to label it for washing, so I'll just tell you here. It's cotton/rayon and bamboo, so it's hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.
Hope you like it!!
-FSS pal

10/14/2006  
Anonymous tanya said...

What about Simple Green? That stuff's intended for garage use, and it's fairly benign. I use lighter fluid for all things sticky, but not sure that'd be the thing for greasy.... Good luck! Well, you've probably solved it by now anyway.

10/17/2006  
Anonymous shula said...

I'd consider eucalyptus oil, a very small amount.

The dog's gonna hate it's guts, of course.

But he'll have the clearest sinuses for miles.

3/14/2007  

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