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A little spray of water carbureted into intake manifold of an internal combustion engine will dampen the "ping" nearly as well as tetra-ethyl lead ("ethyl").
The castor bean plant. Seeds available from any nursery. Plant in pots within the house; replant outdoors. Decorative and they grow like weeds!
Old motor oil thinned with kerosene.
Glycerine. OR ethylene Glycol ("Prestone") OR Diethylene Glycol.
Equal parts table salt, borax and baking soda. Ask your dentist.
Attach a stick to the dog's collar to strike at his knees when he runs.
Dissolve paraffin shavings in olive or cooking oil. Rub one way only.
Place a small wad of cotton, saturated with tincture of iodine, in a glass tube; blow against suspected fingerprints, and they will appear.
Disconnect windshield wiper tube from intake manifold. Substitute another tube leading to a container of hydrogen peroxide. Allow this to be drawn into idling motor. Excess oxygen will burn out the carbon deposits.
Equal parts alum and tartaric acid, or 10% solution hydrofluoric acid. Rinse!
Turpentine is most effective. Next, Benzene or other hydrocarbon solvents.
Collodion, thinned with ether. Or keep stems in vase of powdered silica gel.
Ounce of oxalic acid in gallon of water. Wring and dry the cloths.
Saturate the strip with used motor oil. Not new oil.
Boil in a solution of ferric phosphate or (better) benzoate of soda.
Equal parts of double nickel salts and sal ammoniac dissolved in water. Heat to near boiling and immerse the metal to be nickeled, with a scrap of aluminum or aluminum foil touching it. Rinse well in clear water.
Thin common printer's ink with kerosene to desired consistency.
Methanol (denatured alcohol) costs less than 65 cents a gallon. To make a "dip" or spray for fireplace logs, add about 1/4 teaspoonful strontium nitrate for RED fire, barium nitrate for brilliant GREEN flames, common table salt for YELLOW, copper sulfate (blue vitriol) for BLUE flames, and copper sulfide for PURPLE flames.
Dip candles in liquid shellac. The candle wax will burn... not drip.
Fill a can with sand and saturate with gasoline, kerosene, alcohol, etc.
Four parts glycerine, 4 parts alcohol, 1 part eucalyptus oil. Or make a solution of equal parts of isopropyl alcohol and methyl phthalate.
NEVER give a laxative. Assist victim to stand on head until doctor comes.
Add ink to a bit of common glue and allow to dissolve completely.
Add about 20 drops of sassafras oil to a gallon of gasoline or solvent.
A few drops of tincture of ipecac (a word which is sometimes known as ipecacuanha). Consult your pharmacist.
In the autumn, scatter Italian rye (or equivalent) grass on the lawn.
To a quart of water add about 10 drops tincture of iodine. Let stand.
Five tsp Fuller's Earth and 3 tsp. lemon juice. Or Bentonite (clay) and water.
Chlorine laundry bleach, daily applied with toothpick and cotton "swab".
Carbon Tetrachloride, retailed in drug stores as "Carbona".
A little sage. Obtainable in any grocery store in "Seasonings" department.
Pour in a little kerosene. Let stand overnight. Results not immediate.
A little iron sulfate (green copperas) in watering fluid. Infrequently.
Add a little glycerine or "Prestone" to the glue or moistening water.
Mix water colors with sodium silicate solution (waterglass).
Mix together 8 oz. ammonia and 32 oz. denatured alcohol.
Mix oil of citronella in a common vaseline and apply to exposed areas.
Dissolve any good powdered soap in boiling water, add one part alcohol to each 4 parts solution. Odor may be added when cool.
Put ordinary tri-sodium phosphate in sifter can or mix 7 oz. of same with 3 oz. of fine powdered soap.
Mix the following: Borax, one pound; powdered sugar, 60 oz.; add one oz. cocoa powder and two oz. sodium fluoride. Mix well and sprinkle around places pests are known to frequent. Keep out of reach of children!
Energizes and preserves the brain and body indefinitely. Noted for making geniuses.
Mullein Solutions Will Grow Hair on Bald Heads! Massage the head by taking two fingers of each hand, put on each side of the spinal cord above the hair line. Now rub up and down for two minutes. (This treatment alone has often given excellent results.) Afterwards apply the mullein and leave on. Garlic oil is also very effective to grow hair.
Coconut oil is most effective for stubborn cases. Superfluous Hair: Use 20 vol. peroxide. This is not the ordinary peroxide but twice as strong. This will in time discourage hair growth.
Massage sulphur well into the scalp once a week for a few weeks, and partake of sulphur foods whenever possible.
Gold Thread mixed with Golden Seal in teas creates a violent distaste for alcoholic drinks. A few grains of epicae added to liquids nullifies all desire for liquors. Cigarette Habit: Before breakfast take 1/2 teaspoon each rochelle salts and cream of tartar; also chew ginseng root and swallow the juice.
Use honey in copious amounts, and drink teas of Alfalfa for litheness, strength and swiftness.
Take 2 tbsp. orange juice thoroughly mixed with 1 tbsp. cod liver oil on an empty stomach just before bedtime at night after several hours have elapsed after the evening meal. Eat no food or drink, no liquid of any kind, for a number of hours after taking the oil. This lapse of time allows the stomach to empty and bile flow to subside. Then when the whole digestive system is resting, the oiled orange juice will pass into the bloodstream and is readily absorbed by the bone structure which comprise the malady. Many folks have tried this and have had no occurrence of arthritis since the after years of being partially crippled.
Yarrow herb known as milfoil has been used with good results to stop hemorrhaging of the lungs. If the tea is taken freely at the beginning of a cold, mixed with elderberry blossoms and peppermint, and the patient remains in bed, it will break up a cold and flu within 24 hours. For a bad cold, take a teaspoonful of Arm & Hammer soda in a glass of cold water. If taken 15 minutes or so before a meal for 5 meals, it will banish a cold. If the stomach is empty, the soda passes on through it into the intestines and kills the acid forming there. The soda stops acid formation, which during a cold forms in the intestines, is absorbed into the blood and filters out through the membranes of the nose, throat, eyes and lungs. Cayenne and eyebright teas will dry up a cold quickly. Cream of tartar in a glass of water, one teaspoonful, will quickly banish fevers.
Place one heaping tablespoon of malt (not chocolate) in a cup. Add 1/4 cup of milk. Mix until smooth, then add 1-1/2 cups of milk, 2 fresh eggs and 3 spoonfuls of honey. Now place in a quart jar and shake. Drink at once after mixing as the vitamins will escape within a few minutes after being mixed. Drink four times a day. This is equal to a full meal but one will gain or lose weight. Do not add sweetening of any kind.
To double your crops, lervuilinic acid dusted on or soaking seeds with acid increases the yield of oats, corn, beets, soybeans and cotton as much as 100%. Costs only $3.00 per acre.
Simply mix one ounce Trisodium Phosphate with one gallon of water; makes the whitest washings, an excellent cleaner for all surfaces; also car radiators, etc.
Cut a small piece of lemon rind with a little of the pulp and bind to corn. Deep-seated corns will no doubt take longer.
Scrub face and neck with soap in warm water, dry, spread milk of magnesia over face and neck. Relax until it dries thoroughly. Spread another layer of magnesia to dissolve the first layer, remove with a damp towel. Now heat some olive oil and apply; let this remain for five minutes; use ice cold witch hazel, which removes the excess oil, leaving skin fresh. This magically erases frown lines, re-awakens and preserves face and neck indefinitely. Use twice a week; after a few treatments you will be amazed at the transformation.
Use oil of Rhodium, 1 ounce, mixed with 1/2 ounce of oil of anise. Put on bait.
Take along a bottle of oil of anise and dab some of it on your cap, face, hands and coat collars. Do this at intervals throughout the day. Ones who do this never fail to get their deer every year. The anise kills the human scent. This is an odor that deers like and will attract them. When in thick growth simply give a loud shrill whistle. A good percentage of the time the deer's curiosity will get the best of his judgement, he stops, and you've got your deer.
The little-known secret is corn silk, soaked in water overnight and drunk twice a day, is said to vanish diabetes.
Mix 1 ounce TSP with one gallon of water. For cleaning rugs, woodwork, linoleums, porcelain, painted surfaces, glass, etc.
Mix 3 parts linseed oil with one part turpentine. Rub on furniture with woolen cloth, let dry, rub with a dry woolen cloth.
Mix one part of oil of lemon to 10 parts water. Apply daily.
Mix together 3 parts colorome and 100 parts paradichlorbenzine. Melt and pour into molds.
Dissolve 6 ounces sodium tetraborate into one gallon of water.
Mix together one part nitrate of silver with 3 parts cyanide of potassium; add water to make thick paste. Rub on copper, brass, etc., with cloth.
Sodium bisulphate. Pour 12 ounces in radiator and run car for two hours. Drain and flush well.
Dissolve 1-1/2 ounces formalin, 6 ounces sugar, and 100 ounces water.
Mix 4 parts water soluble perfume oil in 124 parts plain water.
Mix fine powdered pumice with petroleum jelly.
Two ounces potassium permanganate with 40 ounces water.
Mix 98 parts sulfonated olive oil with 2 parts perfume oil.
Melt together 4 parts naphthalene and 8 parts paraffin wax. Paint on paper while still warm.
Mix equal parts wood alcohol and creosote.
Two ounces borax in 1 pint water.
Thirty ounces potassium hydroxide, 5 gallons water, 100 ounces glycerine.
Mix 100 parts sulfonated castor oil and 1 part perfume oil.
Potassium acid sulphate.
Dissolve 3 pounds metasilicate in 1 gallon hot water. Use with broom.
Mix half pint naphtha in 1 quart of carbon tetrachloride.
Mix 1 pint paraffin oil and 1 quart cleaner's naphtha.
Mix 6 parts acetone with 4 parts ethyl acetate.
Mix 99 parts light white mineral oil and 1 part perfume oil. Let stand 48 hours, then filter.
Add 2 ounces castor oil to 2 quarts collodion.
Mix 12 ounces TSP in 1 gallon of water.
Mix 1 part oil of bitter almond to 49 parts sherry wine.
Mix 8 ounces banana flavor with 1 gallon of edible corn oil.
Mix equal parts castor oil and denatured alcohol.
Mix 1 part rosoap and 6 parts pine oil.
Mix glycerine and small amount of aniline black. Apply one drop on each inch of ribbon, rewind and let set for several days.
Mix 1 ounce powdered alum into a quart of water. Soak hosiery in solution 15 minutes and dry. Rinse in water several times and dry.
Mix 17 ounces papaya juice into 1 gallon of water. Sprinkle on meat, pound lightly, let stand 30 minutes.
Mix 1 gallon of waterglass with 2 quarts of water. Heat and gradually add 1 pound of shellac, stirring until completely dissolved. Use on cardboard, wood, crocker, glass, etc.
Mix equal parts Plaster of Paris and oatmeal.
Sprinkle on roach trails.
Mix thoroughly one part ointment of nitrate of mercury and 4 parts of balm oil.
Ethyl hexanediol sprinkled around breeding areas.
Pulverize and mix 16 ounces nut gals with 7 ounces of gum arabic. Mix into 6 quarts of warm water. Keep in airtight bottles.
Mix powdered wood flour with enough acetone to make a stiff paste.
Dissolve 72 ounces of oil of sweet pea into 27 gallons of alcohol and add 11 gallons of water.
One part powdered French chalk and 3 parts talcum powder.
Mix 2 ounces aquaresin G.M.C. in 1 gallon of water.
Let stand overnight.
Mix 4 parts snowflake crystals with 1 part virifoam-A. Add perfume oil to scent.
Soak 2 pounds gum jauri in 20 gallons of water overnight, dissolve, add perfume and color to suit.
Dissolve 1 part perfume oil in 10 parts alcohol. Allow to stand several days in tightly corked bottle, then filter.
Dissolve 1 ounce epsom salts in warm water for each cell.
Use household ammonia.
Motor Oil Reclaimer! Boil 4 gallons used oil, add 1 pint silicate of soda and stir 10 to 15 minutes. Let settle 5 to 7 days.
Clear mineral oil.
You will need a 5-gallon crock, one quart of red top malt, 2 cakes of yeast, 5 pounds of sugar and 4 gallons of water.
First heat 2 gallons of water in the crock pot. Next stir in the malt and 5 pounds of sugar. When dissolved, cool down with other 2 gallons of water. Then add 2 cakes of yeast. Keep crock in warm place for 3 to 4 days - till foam settles - then bottle.
Generously apply liquid smoke with pastry brush on pieces laid out flat on large surface. Sprinkle on remaining ingredients generously but sugar sparingly. Marinate in covered bowl 8 hours. Place on oven rack flat and touching. Gas oven: have on pilot and oven light only. Electric: set at 100 to 125 degrees. Dry for 18 to 36 hours. Prop oven door open with knife.
Sixty-Three Uses of Vinegar
Bicarbonate of soda or baking soda has many different uses in the household.
Although you may not realize it, simple table salt has a great number of uses other than simply seasoning your food. The following list will give you sixty uses of salt, many of which you probably didn't realize:
Try a cup of baking soda in a Cup of warm water. Relax for ten minutes or until refreshed.
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