As an art teacher I use this without watering it down to create paper mache sculptures! It's a quick drying and economical way to make art using recycled materials like newspapers. I highly recommend it!
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Purex Sta-Flo Liquid Starch, Great for Crafts, Concentrated, 64 oz:
- Give your clothes a crisp, long-lasting edge
- Keep clothes looking clean, fresh and ready to stand at attention
- Purex Sta-Flo liquid starch provides body and stiffness to natural fibers in your clothes after washing
- This package contains one bottle of 64 fl oz
- Concentrated liquid starch is suitable for use as a finger paint base when used with tempera
- Contains no dyes
Ingredients: Water, Corn Starch, Soap (Cyclocarboxypropyloeic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide), Sodium Tetraborate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Castor Oil, Sodium Hyroxymethylglycinate, Dimethicone, Sodium Metabisulfate, Fragrance.
Instructions: Starching Laundry...As easy as 1, 2, 31. Choose your preferred starch level (shake bottle well)For Spraying:Mix one part Sta-Flo® with two parts water in pump-type spray bottle.For Soaking:Light: Add 6 cups of water for each cup of Sta-Flo®.Medium: Add 4 cups of water for each cup of Sta-Flo®.Heavy: Mix half Sta-Flo® and half water.Extra-Heavy: Use undiluted Sta-Flo®.2. Spray -or- SoakSpray starch on garments as you iron to add a light starch touch.Soak laundry completely to get starch deeper into the fibers. (Do not add soap, detergent, bleach, water softener or bluing). Wring out firmly. Dry if desired.Great for blue jeans. Set washer to soak cycle and add 6 cups of Sta-Flo® to washing drum filled with warm water. Soak jeans, drain washer and spin. Do not rinse.3. Iron GarmentsIron garments while damp, for best results (or use steam iron on dry garments) Use Sta-Flo® For Your Craft IdeasSta-Flo® Paint Mixture (shake bottle well)Make your own paintMix 1 cup of Sta-Flo® liquid starch with 1 teaspoon of liquid paint or a "sprinkle" of dry tempera paint Sta-Flo® Paper Mache PasteStir up some paper mache paste? Whisk ½ cup of flour with 1 cup of Sta-Flo® liquid starch until smooth? Apply to project, allowing to dry in between layers? Store excess in refrigerator
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Sta-Flo Liquid Starch, 64 Oz
|RJ Schinner Co Inc|
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer andbirth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Don't waste time with spray starch! Nasty stuff!
This product is getting harder to harder to find probably because ladies who do their shirts/their husband's shirts, let alone doing it with real starch are getting harder to find too. Anywho, if you DO launder and iron your own shirts, etc, don't waste your time with that raunchy spray starch. For one thing, starch by its very nature will clog the nozzle. Also, as you iron it, it flakes off and really doesn't do what it is intended to do. This is a great product. Wash your product and after the cycle is done, open the door, move the clothing around to be sure the holes on the bottom of the tub are covered, then pour in some starch, and start a rinse and spin only cycle. When the cycle is done, hang your clothes to dry. They will be so crisp!
Great product at great price
My daughters needed liquid starch to make some crafts (including silly putty). I ordered this starch for pickup at my local Walmart store because they didn't carry it in the store. Within 2 days I was able to pick it up and my daughters loved it. The price was excellent and the quality is exactly as expected.
A few years ago I switched from the canned spray - (like Niagara or Faultless, etc) starch to Sta-Flo liquid starch and the results are amazing! I do not want to go back to can starch. Liquid Starch has a crisper look, less flaky and after you dilute, it goes a long way. I typically mix 1/4 cup or less per half gallon. Great value!
This Starch is the best. It crease your pants and shirts. I put design in my shirt and my blue jean jacket. Now dress pants you have to dilute it an certain way. You can get three to four wear out of what ever you iron.
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