Natural Stain Removal Handbook

Natural Stain Removal Handbook

by Deborah L. Martin
     
 

This book is full of simple stain-fighting solutions that don't require harmful chemicals. Your grandmother knew how to get red wine stains out of an Oriental carpet, and how to make an oil-smeared shirt look like new. Now, with this book, you too can draw upon generations of housekeeping wisdom to clear up even the most stubborn smudges, specks and splotches. This

Overview

This book is full of simple stain-fighting solutions that don't require harmful chemicals. Your grandmother knew how to get red wine stains out of an Oriental carpet, and how to make an oil-smeared shirt look like new. Now, with this book, you too can draw upon generations of housekeeping wisdom to clear up even the most stubborn smudges, specks and splotches. This indispensable, easy-to-use resource teaches you how to identify each type of stain, then explains what to do if the stain is fresh, if it's set, or even if it's already been laundered or treated without effect.

Discover with common household products can help prevent stains; learn how to stock your emergency stain-fighting kit; uncover the most effective natural products for stain removal, including the super stain-fighters you already have in your refridgerator or pantry.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785826439
Publisher:
Book Sales, Inc.
Publication date:
06/15/2010
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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Meet the Author

Deborah L. Martin is a freelance editor and writer who has made appearances as a gardening expert on HGTV and elsewhere. Previously she spent more than a decade at Rodale as a garden book editor and was the project editor for The Backyard Bird Feeder's Bible and Stokes' Backyard Bird Book. An avid amateur birdwatcher, she lives near Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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