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Handy vintage no frills guide to removing stains from fabrics using common household items. This 32 page booklet has lots of useful information for removing common stains with the basics of hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, vinegar, boric acid, corn starch, soap and detergent, cream of tartar and lemon juice. Information for removal of printing ink, yellowing, wine, mimeograph fluid, mascara and liquid makeup, lard, scorch marks, urine, black walnut to name just a few. An extensive 2 page stain index is on the back two pages. As useful today as it was in 1968.

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Removing Stains from Fabrics Home Methods USDA Consumer Service 1968

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