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Quick 'n Easy Stain Removal
... Follow These Safety Precautions Classification of Stains Protein Stains Tannin Stains Oil-based Stains Dye Stains Combination Stains What to Do if You Don't Know What the Stain Is Stains Needing Unique Treatment Methods ... do step 2-removing dye stains. Start with an all-fabric bleach because it is less damaging to colors and fabrics. Use liquid chlorine bleaches for tough dye stains, if fabrics ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... answers to commonly asked questions. Fabric Dye Transfer Stain Date: April 1991 (Revised April 1995) Source: NDSU Extension Service Youth and Family Specialist Dye stains can be very difficult to remove. Before trying a specific stain removal method for removing dye that has transferred from one part of ...
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Recycling Clothing With No Sewing Skills Needed, HYG-5505-92
... more. If the garments fit, are in good condition (not worn out or without permanent stains or damage) or are still in style, they may be candidates for recombining. The idea ... . Wear men's ties with big shirts and vests. Dye men's T-shirts or undershirts and wear alone or with overshirts. Dye boxer shorts for great jams or shorts. Accessorize Accessories ...
ohioline.osu.edu

CRFG Fruit List
... Southern California. By Brian Lievens. 1984 #3, pp 14-15 Banana Stains. By Dorothy N. Runde. 1986 #4, p 24 Banana Varieties and Synonyms ... Pieces. By Peggy Winter. 1987 #1, pp 25-26 Bits & Pieces: Banana Stains. By Peggy Winter. 1986 #3, pp 20-21 Book Reviews: Food; ... body paint, and by women, who used it as lipstick. The dye contains Vitamin C. BLACK HAW See Viburnum Species BLACK SAPOTE Black ...
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... -Gro® and Miracid® type are blue colored. A dye is intentionally added to color the powder and solution. I find the dye can leave stains on some hosta leaves, especially if the liquid ...
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ECSONG: Recipes in a Nutshell
... fermented to produce the famous black walnut dye for cloth or stain for wood. Wash the nuts in running water until no more black pigment stains the water. Let the nuts dry ...
www.ecsong.org

Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... of these topics for answers about... Washable Clothing Stains Felt-tip Marker Stain Mildew Mold Stain Chewing Gum Stain Crayon Stain Tar Stain Fabric Dye Transfer Stain Rust Stain Grass, Weed Stain ...
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... . Hulling walnuts, removing the husk, can be a difficult and messy task. The indelible dye from the husk stains hands, clothes, tools and work surfaces. If you are working with dry nuts ... or property damage. After hulling, wash the unshelled nuts. Black walnut shells can also leave stains, so rinsing walnuts outside with a garden hose may be the best idea. Kernel quality ...
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All About Herbs
... large leaves as needed. Best during flowering. Tear young leaves for salads, boil for green dye, infuse as an astringent. Lavender Evergreen shrub 18"-3 feet Sunny open spot, well-drained ... , cook like spinach, use in soups, omelets, lamb and beef dishes. Use juice to bleach stains from linen. Sweet woodruff Hardy perennial 12" Semi-shade, particularly good under trees, moist porous ...
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hibiscus.org
... use of the timber for craft. The plant also produces rope and dye and is used as a shade tree and as a windbreak. References ... variety of medicinal uses. It is a host to a red insect, which stains cotton and so has been eradicated in many areas where cotton is ... htm The bark was used for cordage fiber. The tree also yields tannin, dye, oil, medicine and gum, from various parts of the plant. The wood ...
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