How often have you had this little problem? You move into a new apartment, or home, and as you wander around you come to a room that was obviously a child's room. Either on the ceiling or the walls, you see a beautiful representation of the evening sky in all its stellar beauty? Yes, you have found that your new home has its own constellation collection that glows when the lights are out.
Depending on what kind of stars were used, removing glow-in-the-dark stars can be a tricky proposition. If you don't use the right method, you can end up causing damage to your walls or ceiling that will take a lot more time and money to repair. Use one of these methods to help remove any glow-in-the-dark stars that you no longer want in your home.
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