Get rid of the fly specks! My grandma's recipe for fly poop cleaner.

Jessica - posted on 10/28/2008 ( 10 moms have responded )

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First thing is first make sure you can open all doors and windows while cleaning this stuff is nasty!

Also YOU MUST WEAR RUBBER GLOVES AT ALL TIMES!!!!!!!



mix 1 qt bleach

2/3 c. borox

1/3 era or dishwasher soap

3 qt. water



when you get done it looks like you've repainted.

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Jayne - posted on 09/20/2013

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I tried the magic eraser on a painted wall and it did nothing at all. :(

Jayne - posted on 09/20/2013

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This worked beautifully, but it's not easy. You really have to scrub using a brush, so be prepared to work small spots over a period of time. Mind you, the solution really is the trick because I've used everything else I could find.

Thank you!

Karen - posted on 04/14/2009

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If your doing small areas, eg, around a door frame or window....mr. Clean magic eraser works amazingly well.  



This work be a good recipe for outsides like the patio furniture, thanks for the idea

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Ashley - posted on 03/13/2015

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I have it on my car ceiling! Horribly how do I get it off! Plus the previous owner had the car so dusty dirty I can't get that off either . I finally have a nice mommy mobile and want the inside clean but I'm frustrated I can't get it clean. Help please

Alvera - posted on 11/18/2014

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try using a Norwex cloth on fly specks on painted surfaces and vinyl porch railings. It works like magic.Not sure what it does on cloth

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Thanks so much for this! My front porch is cement siding. It was coated with poo. it made me sad. Wiped it, let it sit for a smidge and it wiped right off. I suppose if you had a trouble spot you could use a magic eraser. but i didn't have any and my poo isn't that fresh if you know what i mean! :) Just shared this with my farm wife friends!

Rachel - posted on 04/27/2014

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You need to dampen the marks first and leave them for a while to "soften" (yuck). Then they will wipe off much easier. Much better than trying to scrub the heck out of them. Use a spray bottle or something to coat the ceiling/wall and then go back to it later and wipe.

Krystil - posted on 04/30/2013

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This works! We have cattle and flies come with cattle. My patio furniture was full of fly droppings, it now looks brand new. Thank-you!

Korrinna - posted on 04/14/2009

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I am new and was very surprised to see this recipe. I will give it a try. There must be few moms that have this issue, but it is one reason that I am not thrilled with summer.

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