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  • Lauren Matheson

    Homemade starch spray for quilting: 1t essential oil, 3oz vodka (Cheap is good. The vodka is made from potatoes and provides the natural starch for this recipe), 24oz distilled water. OR 1/4c corn starch, 1/2c cold water, 4c boiling water Mix and cool

  • Aimee Lynch

    Car Paint Repair: Touch Up Painting- Remove and repair flakes, chips, dents, dings and scratches on your car's finish before the rust sets in. It takes just a few minutes of your time over a few days. These great auto painting tips and techniques will show you how to touch-up those little eyesores and take years off the look of your car.

  • Judy Hollingshead

    starch use and homemade recipes

  • Dawn Miller

    Information on Starching Quilt Fabric

  • Nickie Proffitt

    Make-your-own starch recipe

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