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Stains of Our Lives 

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To the editors:

Thank you for giving us Nina Sandlin on saddle soap [Our Town, April 24]. Household cleaning gets short shrift in most journals. Chicagoans have had little to cheer about lately; what a relief to know that one can dare each day without fear for one's midwales.

A thinking person's Heloise deserves a series, perhaps even a column. A stains correspondent must develop a relationship with her readers--the frankness that good journalism requires would lead eventually to awkwardness if the only stains she had to discuss were her own--but I sense that there are lots of people out there eager to share what they've learned where Fabric meets Life.

James Krohe Jr.

Oak Park

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