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Thread: update on E-Bay goof up

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    Super Member jljack's Avatar
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    That was a good eBay experience, then. The seller certainly was fair with you.

    I would like to see it, too. I love older quilts.

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    I love Grandma' Secret Spot remover. It can work miracles. My husband got dirty transmission fluid on his khaki work pants and I didn't see the spots until after the pants were washed and dried. I figured they were garbage. But I bought some Grandma's to try and after a couple of times letting the stuff sit on the spots and then washing, the spots were gone. Amazing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katia
    I love Grandma' Secret Spot remover. It can work miracles. My husband got dirty transmission fluid on his khaki work pants and I didn't see the spots until after the pants were washed and dried. I figured they were garbage. But I bought some Grandma's to try and after a couple of times letting the stuff sit on the spots and then washing, the spots were gone. Amazing !
    Thanks, I have never seen that around here, but worth searching for, it sounds like!

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    Grandma's Spot Remover is always at the counter at Hancocks.

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    Dampen the spot, cover with cream of tartar, tie a string around it to keep it together and damp, let set for a couple hours. It worked for me! You want the CoT to remain pasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    Dampen the spot, cover with cream of tartar, tie a string around it to keep it together and damp, let set for a couple hours. It worked for me! You want the CoT to remain pasty
    I will try this...thank you

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    for rust you can try baking soda and lemon juice first..make a paste and use a soft toothbrush....

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    I remember taking rust out of my white gloves with lemon juice when I was a kid. I just looked it up for you.

    http://www.ehow.com/how_18793_remove-rust-fabric.html

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    I hope you can post a picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnajean
    I remember taking rust out of my white gloves with lemon juice when I was a kid. I just looked it up for you.

    http://www.ehow.com/how_18793_remove-rust-fabric.html
    That makes sense...thank you for finding this for me!

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