If you have a suggestion, please e-mail me also. I seem to miss some of
I've never tried this, but have been told it works quite well for
removing rusted needle stains from work--Make a paste out of salt and
lemon juice and then rub it into the spot. Letting it sit in the sun for
a bit with this on it as well. Then rinse it thoroughly and it should be
gone. Like I said, I've never tried it, but hear it works! Good luck!
SUN? What sun? Is there a sun? I vaguely remember something shining
in the sky . . . is that what you're referring to? Ah, solar
deprivation syndrom is definitely setting in!
Yes, to be serious, lemon juice/salt works for removing rust stains -
or at least for lightening them. CAUTION: depending on the fabric
used, it may also lighten that. However, you're still getting the rust
out. It happened to me once, too. Boo, hoo. It was an expensive
workshop piece taught by Darlene O'Steen. I will always be able to see
that mark, although I don't think anyone elso can.