By Mary from Arlington TX
You can also make your own. Dissolve 1 T. of corn starch in a little cold water, then add to 2 cups of boiling water, stir until thickened. If it is too thick, just add some water. Keep refrigerated when not in use.
I went to the Walmart website, typed your zip code into the store locater and found that the Walmart store below has Sta Flo Liquid Starch, 64 oz. size in stock. According to the site, this store isn't far from your home, but I assume that all or most Walmarts carry liquid starch.
8401 Anderson Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76120
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Where can I find this liquid starch I keep hearing about on here? I've been to several of my local craft shops (Hobby Lobby, JoAnns, and AC Moore), they did not have it, let alone know what I was talking about. Please let me know where I can get it. I found several neat ideas on here that require the starch.
Laura from Spring Lake
Yes, you can starch clothing with regular corn starch. In a large bowl or pot, stir 1/2 cup of corn starch into 1 cup of cold water. Stir in boiling water (2 quarts for a heavy solution; 4 quarts for medium and 6 quarts for a light solution). Dip the clothing into the starch solution and let dry. To iron, sprinkle the garments lightly with warm water, roll up and place in a plastic bag until evenly moistened, then iron as usual. (02/22/2009)
By Science Teacher
Where can I purchase liquid starch in my area? Zip code 32976
By Christine from Sebastian, FL
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