Additional Stain Removal References

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Additional Stain Removal References

Boschetti, M. Carpet Care, Cleaning and Stain Removal. Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service EC 82-2057. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1982. Available to Iowans from Publications Distribution Office, 112 Printing and: Publications Bldg., Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011.

Diez, R., Feather, B., Johnson, S., and Sohn, M. Stain Removal for Washable fabrics. North Central Regional Extension Publication 64. University of Wisconsin: Madison, Wisconsin, 1979.

How to Prevent Mildew, Home Methods. Home and Garden Bulletin No. 68. USDA: Washington, D.C., 1974.

Laundering Fact Sheet Notebook. Soap and Detergent Association: 475 Park Ave. South, New York, New York, 10016, 1983 or current edition.

Removing Stains from fabrics. Home and Garden Bulletin No. 62. USDA, Agricultural Research Service: Washington D.C., 1976.

Stain and Spot Removal Handbook. By Editors of Consumer Guide, Beekman House: New York, 1981.

Stone, J. What to Do When Clothes Are Soiled With Pesticide Pm 1087. Iowa State University Extension Service: Ames, Iowa, 1983

Special thanks to Iowa State University for allowing us to reproduce this information.

Reproduced with permission from the Cooperative Extension Service, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 50011.

Prepared by: Janis Stone,
Textiles and Clothing Specialist,
Iowa State University

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