The curtains were washed and when I took them from the washer, the plastic backing was sticking to each other in places. When I tried to separate them they began to p... See more
I tried vinegar but my family doesn't like its smell, I have to wash it everyweek but the mildew just keep coming back.
I saw a post about using coffee to get black clothes dark again. Can you help me locate?
My couch smells like dog urine and I can’t get rid of the smell. I have tried vinegar, baking soda, I have steam cleaned my couch. Nothing helps, please do you have... See more
I have tried everything from vinegar in the wash to liquid softeners. Help!
It's a pure white shirt (of course) and made out of that stretchy yoga material.. does anyone have a method for trying to get the stain at least reduced a bit??
Hello! I have this beautiful blouse - but it's yellowed. My concern is if I try to oxiclean it etc the embroidery floss will bleed - but if I soak it in vinegar it w... See more
After only 3 wishing & drying new mens white udershirts they are gray & dingy aready. We live in an apartment so we can not hang to dry outside. We have a communit... See more
I bought a leather jacket from a person who smoked and cant stand the smoke smell.how can i get rid of it? I tried airing it out but didnt work.HELP
a gallon of milk spilled on the floor of my car
Help! I sat in gum I read that ice can help- tried it but there's still residue left. Any other solutions?
My house is on a slab and there's wall-to-wall carpeting in the family room ( probably glued) . A professional cleaner told me he couldn't get a stain out because it ... See more
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
I am getting a Washer& Dryer and i was wondering if any hometalkers out there would know how to get inbedded stains out of clothes and make them smell good at the sam... See more