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By  RichardPencil  |  30

Not sure why that's a surprise when you consider the intended purpose of wood stain.

There is an easy way to remove it, though: Shave your head, easy-peasy!

(I'm assuming you applied this to your head hair.)

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  RichardPencil  |  30

Someone who has wood paneling in the bathroom and needs to touch it up frequently.

I don't know why they'd have wood paneling in a room that frequently gets steamed up from showers and poos.

By  RichardPencil  |  30

Not sure why that's a surprise when you consider the intended purpose of wood stain.

There is an easy way to remove it, though: Shave your head, easy-peasy!

(I'm assuming you applied this to your head hair.)

By  Chazzster  |  22

I have to assume that OP was “pranked” by someone who put a can of spray stain where she normally keeps her hairspray. She should still have noticed that the can was different before using it, of course. But people aren’t always careful.

Frankly I have no respect for people who pull such pranks that can result in things that cannot be easily “fixed”.

By the way, it’s too late now - but paint thinner will clean up (oil based) wood stain and it’s not too harmful to you.