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Removing spots and stains

Ibert Mellan

Removing spots and stains

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Published by Chemical Publishing Co. Inc. in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementIbert Mellan and Eleanor Mellan.
ContributionsMellan, Eleanor.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19969832M


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Yellow stains in old books can be caused by foxing, which looks like brownish spots. Or the paper may have yellowed because of acid related damage to cheap paper, which tends to be more evenly distributed.

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Apply small amounts of rubber cement to grease stains or other waxy substances. Then, with your fingers, roll the cement over the pages. The cement will pick up the substances. Again, this method will remove ink from the page. If you have found mildew, begin by removing the clumps of mildew with a light brush.

Kill the remaining mildew by. Grass spots on jeans, wine spots on tablecloths, oil stains on the driveway. And what makes it worse is that each stain calls for a different treatment. Ketchup on carpet is not treated in the same way as catsup on concrete, and on top of having to identify both the staining agent.

Steps to Remove the Stains: Begin by removing surface dust and dirt by brushing the cover with soft brush and/or soft cloth. There are horsehair brushes available that work well for removing dirt and dust from creases and crevices.

It is gentle enough to use on all surfaces of the book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mellan, Ibert. Removing spots and stains. New York, Chemical Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. Removing Spots and Stains [Mellan, Ibert, Mellan, Eleanor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Removing Spots and StainsCited by: 1. Roach excrement appears as brown spots on books, usually on the fore edges, or the part of the book opposite the spine.

The spots can be as large as ¼ to ½ inch in length or may appear as small speckles. The excrement, or frass, impregnates the paper and is difficult to remove without damaging the book.

Valuable. I sincerely hope that the print hasn't smudged (it happens with the NCERT textbooks) 1) The safest,tried and tested method- gently spread (do not rub)a layer of talcum powder or cornflour/cornstarch over the oil stained page.

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Launder according to the fabric care instructions, using the warmest setting safe for the fabric. I like the stains. It shows you've used it and enjoyed it. My dad's favorite book is coffee-stained to hell and held together with tape. He's probably read it times that I know of. It's got a lot of character.

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Paper so affected is said to be "foxed". Although unsightly and a negative factor in the value of the paper item. An A-Z guide to removing smudges, spots, and other spills. Only True Sticklers for Cleanliness Will Be Able to Pass This Stain Removal Quiz.

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So if I have it correct, restoration is ADDING something to a book to enhance its value, but removing such as cleaning is not restoration.

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Out, I say!” With different people in the home and varying ages, stains are bound to end up on their clothing. Maybe you were visiting with an old friend talking about old times over coffee, had a good chuckle and accidentally spilled some on your clothes.

Dear Donia, How can I safely remove a stain on a photo. Dear Donia, I have a large 16x20 photographic portrait of my grandmother. Unfortunately, there is a large stain that appears to be animal urine across the center of the image and it's probably been there for at least a few decades.

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I have a modern Egyptian papyrus painting from the s that sustained some water damage. Before I could get it out of the frame it. Removing The Coffee Stain Removing marble coffee stains is not too difficult and most stains can be removed, however, traditional cleaning methods won't work since the coffee is below the surface inside the stone now.

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Here’s pretty much all you will need. Brushes - A flat, medium-bristle brush and/or a collection of old toothbrushes, as well as a. If pages in your book have marks or stains, you can use a white vinyl eraser to remove them.

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