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    Never used one.
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3incollege View Post
    You can iron wax paper, I remember mom always using it to clean her iron. and we used it to press leaves between it.
    Oooh, that's right! We melted crayons! Wow, I had completely forgotten about that....

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    I tried the Mr. Clean magic eraser to get black marker off of a tackle box, it didn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twisted Quilter View Post
    I tried the Mr. Clean magic eraser to get black marker off of a tackle box, it didn't work.
    did you wet it? I've always gotten marker off stuff with no problem....
    Brenda

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    I bought a package and forgot to use them. "I walk among you". LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ccorazone View Post
    I remember my mom cleaning build-up off the bottom her iron by putting salt on a sheet of waxed paper and moving the iron over the salt. I guess it acted like an abrasive like sand paper. Anyway, it sure got off the build-up.
    My mom did the same, but she used a wash cloth (wet) with lots of salt on it, ran the iron over it. Then had another clean cloth for cleaning the salt off the iron.
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    I wish I could use them to erase
    Y wrinkles, age spots and the fat off my body! LOL
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    I love these things for all kinds of cleaning !

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