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June 30, 2004
Getting Rid of Cat Spray Odor on Carpet
HELP ME PLEASE. I just discovered that a neighborhood cat has been spraying in my cellar window onto my carpet. OMG, the smell is enough to gag you. What can I do to get the pee out of the carpet? I have closed the window, so he won't be able to continue to do it. Any help you can give me I thank you for already.
Perfume Cards from Magazines
I use the perfumed scratch and sniff cards that come in magazines to throw in the garbage can in my kitchen. It takes care of bad odors and it doesn't cost me anything, especially since I bought the magazine at a garage sale for 10 cents. I also use the coupons from it to get a discount off something else at the store! By Tiny Bop
Baking without Spray Oil Products
When greasing and flouring a pan for a cake (including a bundt pan) grease pan with shortening or butter. Try to avoid spray oil products. Instead of flour use powdered sugar.
Follow Care Instructions on Clothing
Because of the different finishes and dyes used by clothing manufacturers, it is difficult to generalize about which fabrics can be hand washed. Follow the manufacturers instructions.
Tell the Dry Cleaner Everything About Spots on Clothing
It is costly to ruin an expensive piece of clothing by cleaning it improperly. If you have tried to remove a spot before taking the garment to a dry cleaner, make sure you let the cleaners know what you have already tried.
Cleaning Old Stained Quilt Blocks
I was given some very old quilt blocks with some stains, perhaps water or age from the drawer and they are beautiful. Can you folks tell me how to save these beauties and clean them properly. Thanks. Big Fan.
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