Published April 15, 1998
by St. Martin"s Griffin .
Written in English
Stonewall Inn Editions
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Getting Off Clean Timothy Murphy, Author St. Martin's Press $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. When narrator Eric Fitzpatrick, a white honor student in a working-class Boston. To clean a book, start by closing the book firmly and running a soft cloth or toothbrush along the edges of the pages. Next, wipe down the spine and outer boards of the book, then use a soft brush vacuum attachment to get rid of any heavy dust or mold on the cover or dust jacket%(17). Getting sober starts with a firm commitment to stop using substances. Learn more about how to quit drinking or abusing drugs and stay on: Pflugerville, TX Clean the cover of your book. Wipe a paper or matte-finished cover with a soft cloth or a dry cleaning pad (available at art supply stores). If your book is leather-bound, rub petroleum jelly over the cover with the soft cloth and then buff it to achieve a “like-new” shine. On a glossy cover, you can use a glass cleaner, but make sure to.
Brush or vacuum off each book outdoors while wearing a dust mask, goggles and gloves to avoid contact with the mildew or mold, which may aggravate or cause health concerns. Step 1 Carry the mildewed books outdoors while wearing rubber gloves and a dust mask. About the Book Author Gill Chilton is a consumer journalist with 20 years experience in writing on practical subjects. She writes for, among others, Family Circle, Woman, and Good Housekeeping magazines, and answers questions on a regular consumer advice page forFamily Circle. Cleaning is forever a hot topic: Readers may love or loathe it, but, as they tell Gill, they can’t ignore it. The best way to remove greasy stains from book pages is time and weight. Place a paper towel between each greasy page, then put a book weight on top of the book. Wait a few days, remove the paper towels, and repeat until as much of the grease or oil is gone as possible. If the stain is the result of food spilled on the book, remove that first. Get this from a library! Getting off clean. [Timothy Murphy] -- A homosexual romance in Massachusetts between two students, one upper-class black, the other working-class Irish-Italian. It is told against the background of racial disturbances after a white girl.
Hardcover books are much easier to clean than leather-bound, cloth-bound or paperback books because the hard cover can withstand being rubbed down with alcohol. The most common dirty book problems are related to mildew that grows within the pages, due to the book being stored in . In Timothy Murphy's Getting Off Clean, the one thing that Eric Fitzpatrick wants is to escape--both from his family and the racially tense town in which he only son of an Italian-Irish family in a working class suburb of Boston, he intends to go away to college and leave his old life far behind. 1. Brush any topical mold off the spine or covering. 2. Dampen a sponge or washcloth with a detergent/bleach/water mixture and very lightly brush over the mold contaminated area. Be careful not to wet the book too much as this could cause worse mold growth in the future. 3. Set the book out in the sun to dry, as the sun can kill many types of. Apply small amounts of rubber cement to grease stains or other waxy substances. Then, with your fingers, roll the cement over the pages. The cement will pick up the substances. Again, this method will remove ink from the page. If you have found mildew, begin by removing the clumps of mildew with a light brush. Kill the remaining mildew by.