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" Half a pint of gin, half a pound of honey, half a pound of soft soap, oneeighth of a pint of water. Mix the above ingredients together; then lay each breadth of silk upon a clean kitchen table or dresser, and scrub it well on the soiled side with the... "
The White House Cook Book: Cooking, Toilet and Household Recipes, Menus ... - Page 1024
by Fanny Lemira Gillette, Hugo Ziemann - 2011 - 632 pages
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The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams

Samuel Adams (servant.), Sarah Adams - 1826
...well, by clapping it. Afterwards pin it out, keeping the edges straight and even. TO CLEAN BLACK VEILS. Pass them through a warm liquor of bullock's gall...and pass the veil through it ; clap it, and frame it to dry. TO CLEAN WHITE SATIN AND FLOWERED SILKS. Mix sifted stale bread crumbs with powder-blue,...
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A New Collection of Genuine Receipts: For the Preparation and Execution of ...

Dyes and dyeing - 1831 - 108 pages
...sponge in glue water, and rub it on the wrong side; then dry it before a fire. To clean black veils. Pass them through a warm liquor of bullock's gall...it, and pass the veil through it; clap it, and frame it to dry To clean scarlet cloth. Dissolve the best white soap; and if black looking spots appear,...
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The family physician, or every man his own doctor: in three parts : Part I ...

Daniel H. Whitney, Frank Branson Petrie - Health & Fitness - 1835 - 599 pages
...black veils. Pass them through a liquor of bullock's gall and water, rinse in cold water ; then tnke a small piece of glue, pour boiling water .on it, and pass the veil through it ; clap it, arid frame it to dry. 257. To clean ichite satin and flowered silks. Pass them through a solution of...
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Mackenzie's Ten Thousand Receipts: In All the Useful and Domestic Arts ...

Colin Mackenzie - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1867 - 496 pages
...Veil*. Pasa them through a warm liquor of bullock'* gall and water; rinse in cold water; then Ulke a small piece of glue, pour boiling water on it, and pass the veil through it; clap it, and frame it to dry. To Clean White Satin and Flowered Silk*. Mix sifted átale bread- crumbs with powder blue,...
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The National Farmer's and Housekeeper's Cyclopaedia: A Complete Ready ...

Frank M Lupton - Agriculture - 1888 - 544 pages
...articles will retain their metallic brilliancy, and not be liable to rust. To Clean Black Veils.—Pass them through a warm liquor of bullock's gall and water;...fixed upon a very clean paste, or drawing-board. To Sharpen Scissors.—Take a coarse sewing needle and hold it firmly between the thumb and forefinger...
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White House Cook Book: A Selection of Choice Recipes, Original and Selected ...

Fanny Lemira Gillette - Booksellers and bookselling - 1889 - 521 pages
...ironing on the wrong side, with a moderately hot iron; the laces should be nearly dry, and the edges and points pulled gently with the fingers into shape,...paste, or drawing-board. TO CLEAN BLACK DRESS SILKS. with ammonia. Or use solution of ten grains of cyanide of potassium and five grains of iodine to one...
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Mrs. Gillette's Cook Book: Fifty Years of Practical Housekeeping

Fanny Lemira Gillette - Cookery, American - 1908 - 605 pages
...basting threads and do not iron. If carefully done, it will look like new lace. TO CLEAN SILKS OR BLBBONS HALF a pint of gin, half a pound of honey, half a...with drawing-pins closely fixed upon a very clean pastaboard or drawing-board. TO CLEAN BLACK DRESS SILKS ONE of the things "not generally known," at...
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The Scientific American cyclopedia of formulas: partly based upon the 28th ...

Albert Allis Hopkins - Health & Fitness - 1910 - 1077 pages
...by the use of naphtha or petroleum benzine. Veils, 1. — Black. — Pass them through a warm liquid of bullock's gall and water; rinse in cold water;...pass the veil through it; clap it, and frame to dry. 2. — White. — Put the veil in a solution of white soap and let it simmer }4 hour ; squeeze it in...
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