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Atomic Carpet Cleaning Encapsulater and Detergent
Atomic. We've taken the water out so you can encapsulate and save! This is a true crystallizer that surrounds the left behind dirt. Dries 100% brittle, with no sticky residue, to keep the carpet cleaner longer! Pleasant orange smell. Made from safe and natural ingredients. 1 6lb jar cleans approx. 20,000 sq ft! Add 2oz to 1 gal. water, stir until disolved. Consumer Alert: Our competitors products contain optical brighteners that make the carpet look shiny and white, but as the carpet dries and the days that follow, the carpet gets "duller". Plus, optical brighteners are not environmentally safe and not approved for carpet use by many institutions, including the IICRC Carpets get even cleaner the next day! Now that is a unique technological breakthrough! No other encapsulator can say that!84% (7)
Philadelphia fashions fall & winter 1847 by Samuel A. Ward & Asahel F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut St., c1847.
Fashion advertisement containing two panelled scenes of 19 elegantly attired men and women in a parlor and outdoor setting. Upper panel shows the parlor scene with 8 men and two women socializing. Most of the men wear suits with striped or plaid pants, long coats tapered at the waist, and bow ties. Some hold top hats and canes. The women wear a bonnet, shirtwaist, and full skirt or a riding habit. Furnishings include a marble pedestal, and mosaic carpeting and wallpaper. Lower panel shows General Zachary Taylor and two military officers, in uniforms and mounted on horses, flanked by 6 male civilians in front of a military training ground. All the plain-clothed men wear top hats, striped or checkered pants, and overcoats or capes. Background includes calvary troops on drill and a cannon. Most of the depicted men are clean-shaven or have mustaches. Key numbered 1-10 and 11-19 printed below the figures.bonnet
This Friday Luna will be "Mary" (from Mary had a little lamb..) in her pre-school assembly. This morning her teacher asked if Luna could bring a bonnet (!). Who actually owns a bonnet nowadays? We do now, because I quickly made one this morning. I took a hood from a jacket as example and made up the rest. It's not the best sewn bonnet in the world but I think it will do the job on stage. The bonnet is shown here by Zoe's toy rabbit 'Elisabeth Fluff'y'. The bonnet goes very well with a High School Musical tshirt as you can see : )
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