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How to Prevent and Remove Mildew - Vintage Booklet c. 1960

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"How to Prevent and Remove Mildew: Home Methods"
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 68
Vintage Booklet
Published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture
© 1960

Size: 9" (22.9 cm) tall by 6" (15.2 cm) wide
Pages: 14 pages

This book is complete and in good condition. The pages are in good shape with no folds or tears. There is some staining and residue on the covers and a stamp that indicates that the booklet was "From Your Congressman Ralph Harding Second District Idaho". Overall this is a complete, nice looking copy that is ready for another read.

Contents: To Prevent Mildew: Keep Things Clean; Get Rid of Dampness: By Removing the Cause, By Providing Adequate Ventilation, By Drying the Air; Get Rid of Musty Odors; Give some Articles and Surfaces Special Care: Clothing and Household Fabrics, Leather Goods, Wood, Paper and Books; To Remove Mildew: Clothing and Household Fabrics, Upholstered Articles Mattresses Rugs, Leather Goods, Wood, Paper and Books

This vintage book is full of wonderful household hints. It would make a great collectible or could be put to great use in your scrapbook, collage, altered art, card or mixed media projects.
"How to Prevent and Remove Mildew: Home Methods"
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 68
Vintage Booklet
Published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture
© 1960

Size: 9" (22.9 cm) tall by 6" (15.2 cm) wide
Pages: 14 pages

This book is complete and in good condition. The pages are in good shape with no folds or tears. There is some staining and residue on the covers and a stamp that indicates that the booklet was "From Your Congressman Ralph Harding Second District Idaho". Overall this is a complete, nice looking copy that is ready for another read.

Contents: To Prevent Mildew: Keep Things Clean; Get Rid of Dampness: By Removing the Cause, By Providing Adequate Ventilation, By Drying the Air; Get Rid of Musty Odors; Give some Articles and Surfaces Special Care: Clothing and Household Fabrics, Leather Goods, Wood, Paper and Books; To Remove Mildew: Clothing and Household Fabrics, Upholstered Articles Mattresses Rugs, Leather Goods, Wood, Paper and Books

This vintage book is full of wonderful household hints. It would make a great collectible or could be put to great use in your scrapbook, collage, altered art, card or mixed media projects.

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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