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QUESTIONS FROMHOME OWNERS
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floor white, then get some dry powdered
umber or sienna from a paint store.
Make a paste of the color with vinegar,
and, with a rag, rub it on the floor in
such a way as to imitate the grain of
wood. Finish with two thin coats of good
shellac. The appearance will depend
mainly upon how well you can imitate
wood grain. It is a good idea to practice
on an old board beforehand.
Rusted Machine Scceivs
rusted machine screw first put a little oil
on it. Then heat a long iron rod to a
red heat and hold it on the screw head
for a minute or two. Let the screw cool,
adding more oil if what you put on has
evaporated. When cold, the screw usually
can be removed with ease.
Water Stain on Painted Sill
dripping from a flower pot
has made a circular white stain on our
kitchen'window sill, which is coated with
a light cream paint. How can this stain
be removed? Mrs. K.B.L., Akron, Ohio.A.—
the water has removed
the color from the paint; the only remedy is to scrape the stained area and
Frosting a Glass Vase
A glass vase
can be frosted by dipping it in ordinary
water glass and,then immersing it in a
concentrated, boiling-hot solution of eit her
epsom salts or ammonium chloride. By
adding a water-soluble dye to the water
glass, the vase can be tinted at the same
time, if color is desired.
Leaks in Water Pipes
a small leak in a hot or cold-water pipe,
scrape off the paint and plug the hole
with boiler cement. Cut a strip of leather
from an old shoe or chair seat and wrap
it around the spot. Then bend a band of
sheet metal around the leather, clamping
it tightly at the ends with one or more
Cleaning Wringer Rollers
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A weak solution of ammonia generally will clean the
rollers on a laundry wringer. If they
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immediately after it has been applied,
since it will dissolve the rubber, as well
as the dirt stains, if left on too long.
Old Varnish on Metal
An old varnish finish on metal can be removed by
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denatured alcohol. If the piece is large,
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