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Online exclusive: Almost three years of Wood County health inspection reports

Online exclusive: Almost three years of Wood County health inspection reports
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A Signature Washing

Dear Heloise: If I wash a shirt that has an AUTOGRAPH ON IT written in permanent marker, will the autograph come out? — A Reader, via email

That is a tough question. Permanent marker is meant to be permanent! However, repeated washing (especially with hot water) and drying probably will make the autograph fade. To be safe, it’s better to hand-wash it (turn it inside out first) using only cool water and a mild detergent. Roll it in a towel to squeeze out water, and hang to dry, or drape over the shower curtain. Hope this helps! — Heloise


Dear Readers: Hope Soliz of Rotan, Texas, sent a picture of her 4-pound Yorkie, Baby Girl, sitting on the back of the couch watching TV with her owner. To see Baby Girl’s picture, go to my website, www.Heloise.com, and click on “Pets.” – Heloise


Dear Heloise: I always have used baking soda to clean the bottoms of my pots and pans, and wondered if it would work on glass-top stoves. It not only cleans them faster and better, but it leaves no film. I love it! — S.J. in Texas

Yes, baking soda does the trick cheaply, efficiently and all while being eco-friendly. Make sure the stovetop is cool before cleaning! Also, one thing we tend to do is…………… continues on ReporterNews.com

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