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Q:  What’s happening to my tomatoes.  I planted tomatoes this year and the plants are looking great. However, the tomatoes reach a size and the bottom start to turn black and spoil. Can you tell me what’s the problem? -- Negron Reply  (Ref:0052)

Q:  Oil stains. I have oil stains from my car leaking oil. Is there anyway to get the stain out. Thanks -- “Denis!” Reply (Ref:0056)

Q:  re-using soap bars. has any body any ideas about re-cycling soap bars that have become too small to use? can you re-make them into bigger bars? Thanks –- Mustafa Askari Reply (Ref:0057)

A: Utilising these little pieces of soap that are always left over. Add a little glycerine and mash them up with a little warm water and you will have a liquid soap that is gentle and economical -- essie 2000Reply

Q:  Car odour. Please give me some advice on how to remove the chicken odour from a car, it was left in the car several days and it also stained a jacket with the blood from the chicken.-- "Steve Thoreson" Reply (Ref:0058)

Q: Blood on fabric and carpet. Pour, full strength, hydrogen peroxide on the stain and let it bubble. Then, blot with damp cloth.  Reply  Caution!! Full strength is a rocket fuel!!! Full Strength should read 5%. Ed.

Q:  paint on shirt. I urgently need advice on how to remove paint from one of my husband's shirts. It looks as if he walked past something that was newly painted and it smeared on a brand new shirt.  It is a 100% cotton shirt.  Please help me with a possible solution to my dilemma. -- "Megaboats" Reply (Ref:0060)

Q: Dried latex paint on denim. How do you get dried latex paint from a pair of denim paints? Thanks, -- "Jon Soltis" Reply (Ref:0062)

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