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Becoming a lean, mean jean cleaning machine – Columbia Daily Tribune

Becoming a lean, mean jean cleaning machine – Columbia Daily Tribune
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Of all the chores one does around the house, laundry is perhaps the most daunting.

That could partly be because “laundry day” is something of a misnomer. In our house, the laundry gets washed on Saturday, but it doesn’t necessarily get folded and put away in a timely fashion. Delicates might linger on the drying rack for days. Garments found to be missing buttons or having dropped hems end up in a purgatory wherein they float over to my sewing box, where they sit untouched until somebody wonders what it’s doing out and returns it to the laundry so it can repeat a cycle of washing, drying and neglecting.

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Attack rust spots on metal with sanding, primer and paint
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Q. We have a white metal garage door that’s about 20 years old. There are some rust spots showing on it and we’ve tried everything to remove it without success.

We also have a sink with rust spots, which will not come off. Would you please let us know how we can remove this rust?

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A. Try lightly sanding the rust spots on the garage door until all signs of rust are gone. Clean the entire door with a car washing or similar brush and detergent.

Prime the rusty area with a metal primer, such as Rust-Oleum, and paint the door with your choice of an acrylic latex for exterior use using a synthetic bristle brush.

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