“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Mae West (1893 – 1980), American actress, playwright.
Remove any excess dirt with a soft shoe brush or old toothbrush Wash with a sponge or soft cloth dipped in soapy water till clean. Use your soft brush or old toothbrush to tackle any stains that the cloth won’t remove. Try not to soak the shoes too much Scrunch up old newspapers and stuff…..
There are a couple of ways of doing this. Talcum powder will absorb the oil so cover the oil stain with talc. Press it in gently and leave it for about 20 minutes. Shake the talcum powder off (don’t rub it hard). Repeat if necessary. Soak the boot in lukewarm water with 2-3 drops of…..
Soozie has written: “I have bought some new tea towels and dish cloths.I washed them before use but they’re no good!!! When i try to clean up water with the dish cloths or wipe the dishes with the tea towels it’s like using a plastic bag. the material doesn’t absorb the moisture. In my Nana’s…..
Diane writes “I have moved into a barn conversion and the kitchen floor has lovely natural tiles which have a pretty uneven finish. They look great but how do I clean them??? If I use an old fashioned mop it shreds and sticks and I cant use a flat sponge type mop as it sort…..