How to Remove Iron Scorch Marks?

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To remove iron scorch marks you will need some fresh lemon juice, some vinegar, nickel, oxygen bleach, hydrogen peroxide, salt and ammonia. You can find out more information here: www.ehow.com
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1. In a bowl, large cup or spray bottle mix ½ of a cup of hydrogen peroxide with ½ of a cup of water. Hydrogen peroxide is available at pharmacies and grocery stores
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1. Check that the item is 100% cotton. 2. Soak the item in freshly squeezed lemon juice. 3. Rinse the item in warm water. 4. Hang outside to dry in direct sunlight.
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Brushing the spot lightly with emery cloth may help,
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There is probably a product on the market for this. However, in the "olden days," we had a block of paraffin wrapped in muslin. Heat up the iron, run it briefly over the
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