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Clean the skillet immediately after each use while it is still warm, by hand, using hot water and a sponge.
I then apply a base coat of paint using a makeup sponge — latex has been added to the paint to allow flexibility and avoid cracking — over the entire mask.
MAKING HALLOWEEN MASKS THAT DON’T SUCKEUGENE ROBINSONOCTOBER 16, 2020OZY
This design is great for those accustomed to using a sponge, and it’s still tough enough to clean even the toughest of surfaces—like the grill after a cookout, or the cast iron after a fish dry.
Picture the technology as a sort of giant sponge inserted just below ground level.
They use sea sponges to protect their beaks while rooting for food on the seafloor.
Aristide called on Madame Coquereau, who entertained him with sweet Frontignan wine, dry sponge cakes and conversation.
There was set there a vessel full of vinegar: so they put a sponge full of the vinegar upon hyssop, and brought it to his mouth.
HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
One day she thought her papa's hat looked rough and rusty: so what did she do but wash it with a sponge wet in water.
After it is on the bottle, take some of the best sweet oil and with a clean sponge wet the lace thoroughly to the inmost folds.
Finish them by dipping a sponge into a size, made by boiling isinglass in water, and rub the wrong side.

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