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337. Old Suitcases and Purses






When suitcases and purses begin to show
wear, coat all the spots with tan water color paint, and when perfectly
dry rub over with a little sweet oil. Let stand for an hour, then rub with
woolen cloth. Tan and brown shoes which have become scuffed may be treated
in the same way.






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