Setting Color in Cloth

Use 2 Tbsp. turpentine and 1 small handful of salt. Pour boiling water over this mixture. Put garment or cloth in and saturate. Let it soak until the water gets cold.

By Anne from Fernley, NV

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August 1, 20080 found this helpful

I'm afraid of the turpentine staining the fabrics. I think I have heard of salt used in holding color. Any comments on the turpentine? Thanks!

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January 5, 20160 found this helpful

This is the first time I have read this question regarding Turpentine. Will give it a try. Thanks. Will let you know if it truly does work. "Abby Normal", Laundry Queen! lol

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