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Starch “alternative” Sprays

Hey hey! Today I have a video for you about something I learned very recently about starch and bugs and yeah, it’s a whole thing! Watch below. 🙂

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A Chat about starch alternative spray

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  1. I stopped using starch because my iron was getting gunked up. About getting perfect HSTs, I learned that if I draw a diagonal line and then sew just to the right of the line, my HSTs didn’t need trimming.

  2. Hi Melanie, I was just wondering about the starchy mess all over the iron and the ironing board. Doesn’t it build up and clog the iron and make it less slippery?

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