Archive > March 2012

Stains In Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Missouri

MICHIGAN Cherries: Dye Stain  PMS REMOVAL Gently scrape off any excess immediately—do not mush into fabric as you remove. Use an eyedropper filled with the strongest color- appropriate bleach your stuff can handle and drip it onto the stain. Machine wash with liquid enzyme detergent according to the fabric care label. You can also try […]

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Stains In Massachusetts

Baked Beans: Combo Stain PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAIN: MOLASSES Scoop off or sop up any excess with white paper towels or a cloth. Douse the back of the stain with cold water. (It is recommended that you do this in the privacy of another room to prevent sharing with friends or family any gas […]

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Stains in Louisiana and Maine

LOUISIANA Gumbo: Combo Stain  PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAINS: ROUX (WHICH, TO WE NON-CREOLE- SPEAKERS, IS A MIX OF BUTTER OR OIL AND FLOUR) Spoon and/or blot off excess with white paper towels or a cloth. Soak the stain with liquid enzyme detergent and let sit for five minutes, then rinse in cool water. Feel […]

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How to Choose the Right Bathroom Furniture to Suit Your Bathroom

When someone first says ‘bathroom furniture’, you may initially think of the sink, toilet, shower and bath. However, it is becoming increasingly popular for homeowners to equip their bathroom with additional pieces of furniture. Whether you furnish the room with units that will provide practicality and storage or whether you are adding pieces of furniture […]

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