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    Hair Spary

    I had to share.

    Some teachers are dressing up for a Literacy project this week, one is in silver make up, his face had been completed and then he needed his hair spayed with silver hair colouring. This his friend duly did, made a really good job of it making sure all the hair and top part of his face was painted. They then noticed the peculiar smell.

    It was about this time that the realised why its always a good idea to read the label on any cans you find lying around before assuming that they are hair products.

    Does anyone know how to remove acrylic car paint from a teachers hair?

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    That. Is. Epic.

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    made my manic monday morning so much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICT_GUY View Post
    Does anyone know how to remove acrylic car paint from a teachers hair?
    This surely can't be ICT support's job can it?

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    ICT_GUY, I think your avatar is very suitable for that post. I'm sure you'll never let the teacher in question forget about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    This surely can't be ICT support's job can it?
    Yea of course it is. Its car paint. Cars have batteries in them. Batteries are electric. Therfore it's an IT job!

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    We demand pictures

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    Everything above the eyebrows is car paint.

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    Quality!

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    Not sure about removing it, but T-Cut will sort out any bits that were missed!

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    Ha ha, classic!

    The only thing I know that will get it out for sure is Cellulose Thinners - nasty stuff but it will do the job. Halfords or most good motorfactors will sell it.

    Mike.

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    A very short hair cut and time may reduce the effect, but heck that just brightened up my Monday morning

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    itll grow out

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    Just do what bullies used to do in the oldays - upside down in a toilet and flush repeatedly!! will wear off .....eventually!!!!!!!!!

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    He might find it easier just to get it resprayed brown. If he just asks at the motor factors for something for a BL Ambasador he should be fine.

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