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Q: Cork tiles. The previous owner of my house clued cork tiles one wall. The wall is plaster under the tiles. I have tried get these tiles off but they just seem come apart and leave a layer of cork on the wall . Any suggestions Thanks -- Reply  (VINCE SULLIVAN)  (Ref:0510)

Q: Body oil stains. My husband has a very oily body. Our sheets on his side of the bed always end up looking dingy and dirty. I have tried bleach on the white sheets, but it takes a couple washings get it clean. I have a harder time with my prints and colored sheets and pillowcases. Please, does anyone have a solution for me. Thanks -- Betty Reply (Ref:0511)

Q: Body oil stains. Did you ever come up with a solution for your husband staining your sheets? My husband has the same problem. Sheets are expensive and I don't want to keep replacing them. Any ideas? -- Liz Wilson Reply 22/07/2005

A: Change your husband! I had a similar problem with my car. The new model is much better --Suzie Flame Reply  (The kind of comment I have come to expect from you Suze! Kindly Go Away!!!! -- Ed)

Q: Mildew on a Carpet. Please tell me how to remove mildew from a carpet. A water leak ruined my new carpet... Thank you -- Linda Reply  (Linda Weeks)  (Ref:0514)

Q: Home Made Dishwasher Detergent. Is there a way to make homemade dishwasher detergent? If so, what are the ingredients? Thank you. -- Cindy Reply  (Duckfam6)  (Ref:0515)

Q: Silicon leather protector. My uncle, when he was alive, used to treat all our shoes with tiny amounts of a syrupy clear liquid that made them soft and last longer can I buy it directly or must I pay thru the nose for "Scotchguard" or similar?? Anyone out there know how to obtain the stuff?? -- Hugo Batt Reply (Ref:0516)

A: You can significantly extend the life of leather shoes by applying silicone fluid, buy it by the bottle or get some from a chemist friend, Dow the chemical giant is the main manufacturer. Medium viscosity is best -- Steve Jones Pittsburgh

Q: Stale tobacco odor My husband has recently stopped smoking in our home. However, my entire house stinks so bad. I would really appreciate suggestions on removing stale smoke odor from virtually everything I own. Thanks -- Karen Reply  (Ref:0518)

Q: Scratches on a stainless steel stove: Can a scratch on a stainless steel stove be polished out? It happened when someone used the green side of one of those yellow kitchen sponges! HELP, it's a brand new stove. Thank you -- Reply  (Ref:0519)

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