Natural Stain Removal Secrets

Natural Stain Removal Secrets

Powerful, Safe Techniques for Removing Stubborn Stains From Anything

eBook - 2007
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Quayside Pub Group
Stop that stain-without hard work or harmful chemicals!

Want to get rid of stains without resorting to toxic chemicals? This little guidebook reveals how the most ordinary kitchen staples-lemon juice, vinegar, club soda, baking soda, salt, even potatoes-can be transformed into safe but super stain-fighters. You'll learn how to beat all the biggies: Red wine. Spaghetti sauce. Chewing gum. Ink. Blood. Grease. Grass stains. Perspiration. Lipstick and makeup. Cat urine. Chocolate. And these are just a sampling! From crayons on the wall to water rings on the furniture, salad oil on your blouse, cat vomit on the floor, motor oil on your jeans, Kool-Aid on the carpet, and Grandma's cordial all over the tablecloth, this indispensable little volume tells you how to identify the stain, what to do if it's fresh, if it's set, or (shudder) if it's already been laundered or treated without effect. From coffee and tea to rust and mildew, readers will find useful stain preventives, how to stock your emergency stain-fighting kit, what each stain-buster is good for, the most effective natural products, and-of course-the super stain fighters you already have on your shelves. Stains are listed alphabetically for easy reference. So next time a spill threatens to ruin your day-or your clothes-don't panic, reach for Natural Stain Removal Secrets (That Work!)



Grand Central Pub
Stop that stain-without hard work or harmful chemicals!

Want to get rid of stains without resorting to toxic chemicals? This little guidebook reveals how the most ordinary kitchen staples-lemon juice, vinegar, club soda, baking soda, salt, even potatoes-can be transformed into safe but super stain-fighters. You'll learn how to beat all the biggies: Red wine. Spaghetti sauce. Chewing gum. Ink. Blood. Grease. Grass stains. Perspiration. Lipstick and makeup. Cat urine. Chocolate. And these are just a sampling! From crayons on the wall to water rings on the furniture, salad oil on your blouse, cat vomit on the floor, motor oil on your jeans, Kool-Aid on the carpet, and Grandma's cordial all over the tablecloth, this indispensable little volume tells you how to identify the stain, what to do if it's fresh, if it's set, or (shudder) if it's already been laundered or treated without effect. From coffee and tea to rust and mildew, readers will find useful stain preventives, how to stock your emergency stain-fighting kit, what each stain-buster is good for, the most effective natural products, and-of course-the super stain fighters you already have on your shelves. Stains are listed alphabetically for easy reference. So next time a spill threatens to ruin your day-or your clothes-don't panic, reach for Natural Stain Removal Secrets (That Work!)



Baker & Taylor
Organized by alphabetically by stain for easy access, a handy resource describes the latest natural stain-fighting techniques, including the ordinary kitchen staples that can be transformed into effective stain removal agents, including lemon juice, vinegar, club soda, baking soda, and salt, for eliminating grass stains, blood, ink, makeup, grease, and more. Original.

Publisher: Beverly, Mass. : Fair Winds Press, 2007
ISBN: 9781616734244
1616734248
Characteristics: 256 p. ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Stain removal

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