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Posted January 4, 2001
Don't waste your money
This book does not offer much help at all. Every stain I've looked up for help is not listed. And many of her suggestions include regular stain removers you'd buy to do the job anyway. No need to purchase a book for information tv & magazine advertisements give you for free! This book is in my 'bring to the used book store' pile. I should have known just by looking at the cover! If you really want to know how to get rid of stains, take care of a home, I *highly* recommend 'Home Comforts' by Cheryl Mendelson.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 29, 2001
THE QUEEN OF CLEAN IS TOPS AT TALK
By now many of us are familiar with the 'Queen of Clean,' the duchess of the dustmop, the princess of pressing problems - she's frank, funny, down to earth Linda Cobb, author of 'Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean.' Who can forget Tang in your toilet? This foe of all that dulls the sparkle of our homes is evidently also a bundle of inexhaustible energy as she is a regular on morning television, and publishes a bi-monthly newsletter. Now, she's come to cure our Monday blues - laundry! If your T-shirts shrink, your socks are unpaired, your drip dries don't, the iron spews instead of steaming, give a listen to 'Talking Dirty Laundry with the Queen of Clean.' In addition, she has more remedies for spot removal than linen has wrinkles. These cures for grape juice on gingham or jelly on jumpers are all inexpensive, effective, and surprising!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 3, 2010
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