by Doris Donnerman
(last updated June 8, 2015)
While ammonia can be a greatly beneficial tool for cleaning, it can also create problems of its own as well. Whether proper care isn't used, or it is because an accident happened (as they have a tendency to do) ammonia can create a horrid stain. When this happens, it is completely understandable to experience quite a bit of frustration and even anger at the damage that has been done.
Now there is another choice available to you. Instead of feeling that long standing anger or frustration, you have the opportunity to deal with ammonia stains in a more productive manner. Below are several different materials that may potentially come into contact with ammonia in some manner or another. Right next to the list of materials, is the way to treat the ammonia stains that they may be afflicted with.
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