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Soda Ash : powder. $5 for 5 lb. use 1/3ish cup per gallon (16 cups = 1 gallon) of water. for single shirt I use 6ish cups of ...
Put the ratio of 1/3 ish cup soda ash powder to 1 gallon waterin a zip lock bag.You probably want to use enough water to cover the fabric. ...
Put the ratio of 1 table spoon procion mx powder to 6ish cups of water. luke warm. Also add a tablespoonish of salt in a bag or bucket. ...
I recommend using gloves to take out the fabric, both to prevent your hand from getting discolored or contaminated. If you don't have gloves use plastic bags with ...
Put in washing machine or wash bucket (one of those small hand powered washers is perfect for a wash/rinse of this sort). Wash. You probably don't want to ...
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