Returning after 3 tours I discovered my entire great white shirt collection was left door open and unattended has what looks like old fashion yellowing from either ci... See more
I have tried the soaking in salt water and washing soda and also washing multiple times with salt and the washing soda. I really have not seen much change! Any sugg... See more
Washer makes them lose shape. He’ll??!!
If there are any Little League Moms or Grandmoms out there who have a way of removing the grass and dirt stains from white and or grey pants, I would like to hear fro... See more
The carpet in one room in the house I just moved into smells bad. (Might be cat pee). All carpets have already been professionally cleaned. Anything I can do to get ... See more
I bought a throw rug and there's a long sticky strip stating the brand, size, etc. If I pull it, the rug will unravel. Someone brilliant thought of doing that!!! Help... See more
Anyone know how to remove an old grease/oil stain from a nylon jacket?
Our basement flooded and I had a lot of my clothes stored in the bottom drawer of my chest. This light blue suit has been cleaned but the stains did not come out. ... See more
I have some quilts hand pieced and hand quilted done in the 1930"s.One has some large serious spots ( almost looks like it was folded and someone spilled something o... See more
we wash them regularly, but, the smell does not go away. HELP
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Help! I sat in gum I read that ice can help- tried it but there's still residue left. Any other solutions?
It's marine grade and very thick. I tried a towel and iron, it worked a little bit. What about cinder blocks ! I really want to use this material on a project soon. A... See more