How to Remove Spray Starch From Areas Around an Ironing Board
Spray starch is a handy laundry helper and sometimes a wardrobe necessity, but it can wreck havoc with the areas surrounding the ironing board. Faultless brand starch started selling way back in 1897. No doubt, women then were cleaning the sticky residue from their ironing boards and flooring underneath as well. Removing spray starch is simple, but requires a lot of elbow grease and products commonly found in the household kitchen. Roll up those sleeves, and find your baking soda and let the cleaning begin.