Synopses & Reviews
Ever wonder how to keep pesky flies from hatching? Or perhaps how to make fireworks, ease a nagging toothache, bleach freckles, or make strawberry wine? These questions, and hundreds more are answered in the Manual of Formulas. Learn to dry flowers, brew wine, re-ink typewriters, make mouthwash, silver nitrate from spoons and much, much more in this fascinating compilation of formulas from the pages of Popular Science Magazine, published in 1932. This handy book is new enough to be useful and old enough to have unusual formulas. It has something for everyone all will benefit from the practical and even fun formulas in this book.