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  1. Secondhand Shopping
    get this!I found my son a much wanted black leather jacket at an indoor sale at the american legion just down the road from here for...are you ready for this!!!! 25 cents!!!!!!!! yes!ant God good! he has been wanting one of these for a while now but I could not swing it,now he has one!he was...
  2. Hobbies this looks so simple I had to share!!! I remember years ago sponge painting on top a main color on my bathroom lineolium old floor to spruce it up. 3 coats of varnish dry between coats. It looked beautiful. This one looks easy enough...
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  4. Frugal Living
    Trying to find a way to get pen marks off my leather purse, anyone have any ideas?
  5. Freebies
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  6. Kitchen Basics
    What is this fruit leather you all talk about? Am I right in thinking it's like fruit roll-ups? I have a dehydrator that we never use (I don't like beef jerky and the one time I tried dehydrated apples I didn't like them) so I would like to try this. thanks in advance. Mandi :cowwave:
  7. Home Environment
    Got another cleaning question for you. I got a nice black leather coat for Christmas. Love it, first real one I've ever had. However the collar is showing a little "dirt" from my makeup and powder that I put on my face and neck and there are a few dingy spots on the front (I'm messy I know)...
  8. General Chat
    Apparently one of our cats pee'd on Chris's suede leather coat. Does anyone know of a tried and true way to clean this at home and get rid of the smell without ruining his coat. He is just heartbroken.:(
  9. Homesteading and gardening
    Caring for smooth leather is a four-step process. First, clean the shoes with a leather cleaner to remove the surface dirt. Next, condition the leather. Conditioners soften and lubri- cate the leather. Next, it is time for the polish. A paste polish provides a high-gloss...
  10. Leisure Articles
    Once you've decided to sew with real or fake leather or suede, the next step is knowing how to choose the correct leather or suede for your project. While patterns usually indicate fabric measured by the yard, most leather is sold by the square foot. To calculate the number of square feet...
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