Tag: 'Cornstarch'

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  • Cornstarch & Water

    Apply with sponge and wipe with absorbent towel or cloth. NOTE: do not use on a sunny day or when the windows are warm. Solution will dry and cause streaking.

  • White Vinegar, Cornstarch & Water

    No streak glass cleaning.

  • Cornstarch

    To remove residue buildup from furniture polish, sprinkle on wood furniture, wipe and buff until grime disappears.

  • Cornstarch & Water Paste

    Use a damp cloth to apply, let dry, rub off with a soft rag. Mix a paste containing 3 parts cornstarch and 1 part water in a bowl. Apply the paste to the silver with a sponge or a paper towel. Rinse the silver after.

  • Stuffed Animal Cleaner

    Clean dirty stuffed animals by sprinkling them with cornstarch. Wait 5 minutes and brush it to remove excess powder. Helps clean and deodorize toys.

  • Non-Toxic Paint

    Combine 2 parts cornstarch with 1 part white vegetable shortening, add food coloring. Use as a finger or non-toxic face paint.

  • Jiffy Animal Cleaner

    When you don't have time to wash your dog, massage into the dog's coat. Brush it out and coat will fluff and it will help with odors.

 
 
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