Help to remove a stain.

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  1. Neckender

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    Whilst travelling down to Benidorm in our 2014 Auto Sleeper Broadway a spray bottle of diluted zoflora tipped over near the bathroom wall, and this has stained the wall up to 12 inches high. This as dried out with no damp reading whatsoever but the stain looks like we have a damp wall.
    Can anyone suggest away of removing the stain.
    Thanks all.

    John.
     
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    What's the wall covering made from?
     
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    @Janine it's vinyl wall covering.

    John.
     
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    Thanks Janine we will try these out November when we get home.

    John.
     
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    y-10 from the boat chandlers is pretty effective, or if you are a cheapskate like me ,buy a small amount of oxalic acid on the internet.
    Read the instructions, and watch the stain disappear!
    When it's gone wash a few times with clean water and it's all done!
    Good luck
    And you will still have oxalic acid left to deal with future stains.
     
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