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- feSEFUL RMT8.

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feSEFUL RMT8. To produce a, brilliant polish on "urnifcure, rub 11 |TV with a cloth wrung- out of very hot watM before applying th^ furniture cream. To clean copper kettles use a cut lemon dipped is .Alt. Rinse well in 1'1 JÛn water, and polish with a ttftcloth. In washing muslin and lace, add one or twtt hmpa of sugar to the rinsing water, and this will ftilfen suffic ently without -.sing stareh. To clean tire hem of a light dress which has bet f»me soiled by touching the ground, rub in flout frith a soft, cl<An brush, and rub off with 4 clothe Toit can claan enamel excellently by rubbing With rough salt moistened with vinegar. After washing a sheepskin rug, stretch it out an ft board, hair side down, and lightly tack the edgt 4»wn all r« |id. This will prevent the sornMt •■rlinf up and the skin from hardening. Boiled stcrch is improved by the addition «| tf atle aalt or gum arabic. If starch is mixed with soapy water the im wMI SO stick to the clothes. If ateel articles are warmed before cleaning, tlNV £ 11 be found to polish much easier and brigml in if cleaned when cold. Wh«* a baking-dish gets burnt in using it shoot# be scrai^d. Simply put a little water and aMhaa in it, and the burnt surface will CQBM ml awdly without injuring the dish.

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