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Argo Laundry Starch

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Just like always, it leaves shirts and linens with a crisp, neat finish. But that's only the beginning. Argo laundry starch tackles a host of common household problems, from sunburns and diaper rash, to dirty pots and pans. Made in USA.

  • Comforts irritated skin
  • Absorbs greasy spills
  • Cleans stainless steel, aluminum and glass
  • Reduces chaffing in shoes and rubber gloves
  • An important ingredient in many craft projects
  • Easily adjust strength from light to heavy, according to your preference
  • 3 boxes, 1 lb each
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ARGO LAUNDRY STARCH DESCRIPTION
Easy Directions:

Heavy Starch: Mix 1/2 cup Argo and 1 cup cold water. Gradually stir in 2 quarts boiling water. Use warm. (Mixture should be translucent.)

Medium Starch: Dilute heavy starch solution with 2 quarts cold water.

Light Starch: Dilute heavy starch solution with 4 quarts cold water.

Boiled Starch Directions:

Heavy Starch: In large saucepot, mix 1/2 cup Argo and 1 cup cold water. Gradually stir in 2 quarts water. Stirring constantly, bring to a boil over medium heat and boil 1 minute. Use warm.

Medium Starch: Dilute heavy starch solution with 2 quarts cold water.

Light Starch: Dilute heavy starch solution with 4 quarts cold water.

For Best Results:

  • Fabric should be clean, wet and unfolded before dipping into starch solution.
  • Use starch solution while warm.
  • Iron fabric while damp.

Customer Reviews of Argo Laundry Starch
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 10/24/2013
said: D
"This product is no longer available in local stores. I use it to starch handmade crochet doilies that are family heirlooms. I can adjust the thickness of the solution based on how I want to shape the doily."
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- 10/9/2013
said: Deborah
"I used this product years ago to do hand crocheted doilies. Couldn't find it in my local area - so glad to find it here. Being able to adjust the stiffness allows me to show off my handiwork to it's best advantage."
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- 8/30/2013
said: Faye Dufour
"I am also going to use this for Living History. I do an impression of a Roman Catholic Nun, and ARGO starch is the ONLY thing that gives those head pieces the proper stiffness. For years bought it at WINN-DIXIE, a grocery store chain in the South. But due to nobody using starch anymore they stopped having it. Thank Goodness for Lehman's!!!"
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- 5/22/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I will be using this for starching petticoats which I use for living history events. "
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