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Home made starch
Apr 10, 2006 11:43 AMRead
I would like to  share the recipe of home made starchCorn Flour Starch : Take about 1 litre of water and put it to heat .Take about 2 tablespoonful of cornflour and mix it in a half cup of cold water .When the water gets lukewarm , add the cornstarch mixture to it , stirring continuously .Wh...Read More

Sep 17, 2005 01:09 PMRead
See now, dont blame me for the kind of reviews I write, Jub Mouthshut ne topic diye hai to I will write and that too Jee Bharke :D :DFabric Starch is nothing but a starch extract so that you can wash your clothes with them and they become kadak kadak or should I say Crisp Crisp. Now why woul...Read More

Stiff Clothes For Lazy Privates.
Oct 12, 2001 01:40 AMRead
I spent six months in the United States Army - from February to August of 2001, I was a Private in the world's greatest military. Yay me. They gave me a medical discharge, but that's beside the point - I'm here to share a not-so-secret method that we lazy Privates had for pressing our clothes....Read More

Make your own fabric starch
Aug 07, 2001 01:12 AMRead
Some of my home made stuff.You can make your own fabric starch by boiling a couple of tablespoons of rice in a quart of water for a half hour or so, then strain the rice out. Use it warm as it gels when it cools. Pour it into a glass jar to store and just warm it a little when you want to us...Read More

Get Cool and Crispy Clothes with starch
Aug 05, 2001 02:12 PMRead
Fabric StarchStarching process for different fabrics is different.There are ready made packets of starches available in the market and all needs to be done is, pour the paste of starch, dip the clothes and line dry.But there are some people who find it more easier and cheaper to star...Read More


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