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Staple products found in our childhood kitchens, bathrooms, garages, etc

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Frugal Upstate:
Asprin

mountainmoma:
Fels Naptha soap. I still have this, but they have changed the formulation. Probably was used for stains, but the main use for me growing up was to wash with when exposed to poison oak. Still works for this, at least better than regulat soap.

Knecht:
Workbench:
technical gasolene (cleaning, degreasing, dissolving various stuff such as beeswax)
hide glue (granulated)
graphite powder
soapstone powder
colophony resin
beeswax

bcksknr:
     When I was teaching art, Fels Naptha bar soap was often the only thing that would get oil paint out of clothing. It was also great for washing paint residue out of fine brushes. it would often bring back a hardened brush to a usable state.

TheRetiredRancher:
Workbench:
Soapstone stick for marking
Carpenter's pencil

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