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    Marks on white plaster

    I had some chairs blow into my white plaster pool, which left black marks on the plaster. Any recommendation for removing them?



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    Re: Marks on white plaster

    Depends on what the black is.
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    Re: Marks on white plaster

    You could try *very gently* a magic eraser on one spot and see and feel if that works.

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    Re: Marks on white plaster

    I would assume nylon brush dindu nuffin. Gently scrubbing the black stains with dish washing scouring pad worked on our new white plaster. But to each their own!

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    Re: Marks on white plaster

    Thanks, all. The black is from the paint on the metal chairs that blew into the pool during a storm.



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    Re: Marks on white plaster

    I would brush a lot. I suspect that it will come off within a week.

    Are there a lot of black marks?
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