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cleaning fruit crate labels

Posted by pgraveolens (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 6, 11 at 17:09

These have been bonded to wood (not by me!) rather than framed, and hung in the kitchen for years. It's time to remodel and, you guessed it, they've got grease and grime. Not much, but . . . Is there a safe way to clean them? They're not valuable, but are charming.

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RE: cleaning fruit crate labels

Maybe go over them with an eraser. A pink one or "art gum" type may work. Good luck. Sounds like an interesting project!

RE: cleaning fruit crate labels

Oooh, Jannie. I like it. Now if I could only find them! Kitchen remodel in full swing!

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