DANDRUFF CURE:

See Hair Preparations.

DEHORNERS

See Horn.

DELTA METAL

See Alloys.

DEMON BOWLS OF FIRE

See Pyrotechnics.

DENTAL CEMENTS

See Cements.

DEPTHINGS, VERIFICATION OF

See Watchmakers' Formulas.

DESILVERING

See Plating.

DETERGENTS

See Cleaning Preparations and Methods.

DEVELOPERS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PURPOSES

See Photography.

DEXTRIN PASTES AND MUCILAGES: See Adhesives.

DIAL CEMENTS

See Adhesives, under Jewelers' Cements.

DIAL CLEANERS

See Cleaning Preparations and Methods.

DIAL REPAIRING

See Watchmakers' Formulas.

DIAMALT

See Milk.

DIAMOND CEMENT

See Adhesives, under Jewelers' Cements.

DIARRHEA IN BIRDS

See Veterinary Formulas.

DIARRHEA REMEDIES

: See Cholera Remedies.

DIOGEN DEVELOPER

See Photography.

MP FOR BRASS

See Plating and Brass.

DIPS:

See Metals.

DIPS FOR CATTLE

See Disinfectants and Veterinary Formulas.

DISH WASHING

See Household Formulas

DISTEMPER IN CATTLE

See Veterinary Formulas.

DIURETIC BALL

See Veterinary Formulas.

DOG APPLICATIONS

See Insecticides.

DONARITE

See Explosives.

DOORS, TO CLEAN

See Cleaning Preparations and Methods.

DRAWINGS, PRESERVATION OF.

Working designs and sketches are easily soiled and rendered unsuitable for further use. This can be easily avoided by coating them with collodion, to which 24 per cent of stearine from a good stearine candle has been added. Lay the drawing on a glass plate or a board, and pour on the collodion, as the photographer treats his plates. After 10 or 20 minutes the design will be dry and perfectly white, possessing a dull luster, and being so well protected that it may be washed off with water without fear of spoiling it.

DRAWINGS, TO CLEAN

See Cleaning Preparations and Methods.

DRIERS

See Siccatives.

DRILLING, LUBRICANT FOR

See Lubricants.

DRINKS FOR SUMMER AND WINTER: See Beverages.

DROPS, TABLE OF

See Tables.

DRYING OILS

See Oil.

DRY ROT

See Rot.

DUBBING FOR LEATHER

See Lubricants.

DUST-LAYING: See Oil.

DUST PREVENTERS AND DUST CLOTHS

See Household Formulas.

DYES FOR FOOD

See Foods.

DYES FOR LEATHER

See Leather.

DYE STAINS, THEIR REMOVAL FROM THE SKIN

See Cleaning Preparations and Methods.

DYNAMITE

See Explosives.