American Bleach

Author: Christina Marie LaRose
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Naff's oral history forms of the basis of this novel, which features characters based on my great-grandparents.

American Woodworker

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Wear gloves and an apron to protect your hands and clothing. I buy long
neoprene gloves and turn the cuffs back so that if I lift my hands up, the bleach
will run into the cuffs instead of onto my arms. Preparing to Bleach Before you
apply bleach, make sure the wood is clean and free of any finish, wax or oil.
Bleach can't work unless it can get to the wood, and even a thin finish will block it.
If you aren't certain that all residues are gone, play it safe by sanding the surface
before you bleach ...

American Woodworker

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by Michael Dresdner There are four types of bleach that woodworkers commonly
use: chlorine, two-part wood bleach, oxalic acid and peroxide. Two-part bleach
changes the actual color of wood and the other three remove stains. Read on to
find out what each one does and how to use them safely. CHLORINE BLEACH
Common household laundry bleach (sodium hypochlorite) will kill mildew on
your deck and outdoor furniture, and will remove dye-based stain, but not
pigment-based ...

American Weather

Author: Charles McLeod
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0753544490
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happen to run the PR arm of the nation's most successful bleach company.' Mr
Combs is my age: forty-two, forty-three. Mr Luttrell can't be out of his twenties.
State schools but good grades. Middleclass parents. No going-without but still
gazing up. They have all they need but something's still missing, and they can't
figure out what it is. Americans. 'But you represent evil to the masses, gentlemen,
for different reasons than you may think. Your enemy here is not the tree huggers,
nor ...

Gas Masks Collector S Guide For Identifying Common American Military Gas Masks

Author: Ron Ruble
ISBN: 1365283399
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For mustard agent, bleach was found to be an effective decontaminate. Grade 3
bleach has 30% available chlorine and low moisture content and could be stored
in warm/hot climate (tropical storage) up to four years. Finding producers of
Grade 3 bleach was a problem during WWII and much of the bleach was
imported from the British. During the war, the Army procured over 19,000 tons of
bleach from American contractors and over 15,500 tons from the British.
Collector's Note: ...

American Woodworker

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Have some common household bleach on hand. We find it indispensable for
creating interesting patterns in conjunction with the coloring process. Make sure
to wear protective gloves so your skin won't be burned by the bleach. You'll need
an assortment of brushes to apply the color. We prefer large Chinese calligraphy
brushes, available at art supply stores. We also use sponges and clean rags, and
we apply small dabs of bleach with toothpicks, twigs, or tissues. You can use a ...

Waking From The American Nightmare

Author: DeNise Kendrick
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412013089
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DeNise Kendrick. Using starch or fabric finish will give your ironing the crispness
of new clothing, but fabric finish will not make your clothes as stiff as starch. No
laundry room is complete without a gallon of bleach. This is the one thing you
should never let yourself run out of. I simply can't say enough good things about it
. Bleach is not only inexpensive, but it will take stains out of most washable
fabrics. You're right. Bleach can created as many stains as it removes if used

A Survey Of American Chemistry

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Publisher: National Academies
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The shortcoming of the chlorine bleaches just mentioned has opened up two
important lines of research in this field : ( 1 ) investigations of the ideal conditions
for using the chlorine bleaches; and (2) searches for chlorine bleach substitutes.
A study of the strength losses in cotton fabrics under a wide variety of conditions
was made at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.100 The influence of
chlorine bleaches on the whiteness and breaking strength of fabrics was studied
at the ...

An American Dictionary Of The English Language

Author: Noah Webster
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This is from the same root as black and bleach. See BLEACH.] 1. Pale. [But not
often used in this sense in .1merica, as far as my obserrations extend.] Gower. 2.
Open; vacant; exposed to a free current of air; as, a bleak hill or shore. This is the
true sense of the word; hence, cold and cheerless. A bleak wind is not so named
merely from its coldness, but from its blowing, without interruption, on a wide
waste; at least this is the sense in America. So in Addison: “Her desolation
presents us ...

American Woodworker

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Use two-part wood bleach, available at most hardware and paint stores. This
bleach will lighten the walnut without removing all of the reddish tones. Mix and
apply the bleach according to the instructions on the containers. Allow it to dry.
Then lightly sand the surface with 220-grit sandpaper. Once the wood has been
lightened with bleach, mix dye to match the lightest, most prevalent color of the
wood. If you're matching reddish walnut like ours, use our aged walnut recipe (at
right) to ...