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191. Delicate Fabrics to Clean






Delicate fabrics can be cleaned perfectly
by using gasoline with a teacupful of corn meal. The meal scours out all
the spots. Place the meal in a dish, pour gasoline over it, then press and
rub through the hands. Apply to soiled spots, rubbing carefully. Brush out
with stiff brush.






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