A compendium of concise information for women ""who dislike housework but like nice homes"", this dictionary of appliances,...

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HOW TO CLEAN EVERYTHING

A compendium of concise information for women ""who dislike housework but like nice homes"", this dictionary of appliances, utensils and preparations and where and how they should be used puts between covers a great deal of useful admonition and advice. From abrasive to ripper, this goes right down the line of attachments, garments, furnishings, jewelry etc.- provides incidental intelligence on the care and upkeep of the time-saving devices in your home as well as the ways in which you can preserve, restore and beautify your possessions. A second section deals with the specific removal of certain spots and stains over and above the maintenance of your decor.... A steady item for a predictably permanent audience.

Pub Date: Nov. 18, 1952

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Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1952