I heard that wool balls in the dryer would eliminate static. So I bought 100% wool yarn rolled it into three balls and tossed them into the dryer with the wet clothes... See more
I have a short haired dog so I dont have a lot of experience....whats the best way to remove dog fur from polar fleece? Not sure if theres any new tips tricks or pro... See more
what do i use to clean upholestry in car'
Can't sleep out if depression pls help .What can be done.
Some examples have been given for washing other kinds, but Ihave not seen anyfor down/feather pillows.
Mostly from skin oil?
I’ve tried , dawn dish soap, baking soda, white mr. Clean magic erase. I need help please.
I brought home a stack of hot pads & potholders from the church kitchen to wash. When I wash them the stale grease smell does not come out. Any ideas on how to make... See more
I hope I'm not the only one, I never can get my dish clothes to smell clean more then a day. I tried washing in smaller loads, adding vinegar, rising them out after ... See more
Are retractable clothes lines strong enough to use for full load of washing? I'm contemplating getting one,for sheets ,rugs and blankets.
Rental home with cat urine in a particular are of the house in two places. Is there anything that can be done to salvage the carpet? I am about ready to pull up the... See more
I am in possession of my grandfather's boxing gloves from the 1920's. One of them is dry rotted beyond repair, the other is well on it's way. I would like to find a... See more
My favorite "goes with most everything" gray tee shirt got a couple little spots of black "Rub-A-Dub" marker in a very obvious spot. I need ideas of how to make it w... See more
Hey guys! You probably can barely see the stain, but it is there! I’ve never washed a rug like this before…help? Thanks!
A beautiful hand painted skirt from the 50's or 60's has stains. One looks like a food stain and the rest are the brownish stains that show up with age on fabric. I d... See more