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Spring Cleaning 101

May 7, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

spring cleaning 101

101 steps to make your self busy

  1. You can catch up on all the readings that you wanted by the library .
  2. You can spend more time with your family.
  3. Make sure you exercise, you probably had enough time.
  4. Discover the free and / or low-cost museums and art galleries in your area.
  5. If you can swing financial aid or scholarships Study is the perfect time to return to school.
  6. You can learn a new language.
  7. Become part of local community programs and youth programs.
  8. You can volunteer more to your local church.
  9. Become politically active and a local candidate for their needs.
  10. You can learn to play an instrument.
  11. Sit on your network Social and if you're lucky, it could become the employment network, too.
  12. You can write a book.
  13. You can start blog.
  14. You can take up phoography.
  15. You can return to an old hobby.
  16. You can become a player experts online.
  17. You can study philosophy, what is the meaning of life?
  18. You can take MIT courses online free.
  19. You can start by correspondence (online and / or offline) with old friends and family.
  20. You may become a Big Brother / Big Sister to a child in need.
  21. You can plant a garden.
  22. You can take up roller skating.
  23. You can volunteer the local library.
  24. You can volunteer in a shelter.
  25. You can volunteer for the Red Cross.
  26. You can join the Peace Corps.
  27. You can play games with your significant other, friends or children.
  28. You can visit old friends.
  29. You can spend more time with your pet (s).
  30. You can keep your lawn well maintained.
  31. You can clean your car.
  32. You can reorganize your closets.
  33. You can learn new things from TV like Discovery and PBS.
  34. You can contact old teachers and see if they let you sit in their classes.
  35. You can learn techniques meditation.
  36. You can make peace with those you have a grudge against.
  37. You can become a part of local theater productions.
  38. You can explore a new place every day.
  39. Try to cook through the items in your pantry and try new things.
  40. You can join a choir or other musical group.
  41. You can do a lot of free reading / watching people at the bookstore.
  42. You can find your family genealogy in the library.
  43. You can spend time with your dog in parks local dogs.
  44. You can start a band.
  45. You can go on mission trips to your church.
  46. Locate an old flame and see how they do.
  47. You can learn to play tennis.
  48. You can learn to paint.
  49. You can start scrapbooking.
  50. While not as productive, you can watch a bunch of YouTube.
  51. You can join a book club, on or offline.
  52. You can start a website.
  53. You can create videos and put them on YouTube.
  54. You can visit your alma mater and see all your teachers preferred.
  55. You can visit your parents.
  56. You can go bowling.
  57. You can take dance lessons.
  58. You can practice swimming.
  59. Go window shopping as an additional incentive to land work.
  60. You can become an expert in history.
  61. You can take up biking in the city.
  62. Take up jogging / walking.
  63. Embrace your inner child and take the skateboard.
  64. Check to see if local theater productions may use a supplement.
  65. Keep a diary what you do every day.
  66. You can learn more about the history of art
  67. You can learn more about the history music.
  68. Deliberately return to the hard books you never finished and read to the end.
  69. You can help friends who are parents at home caring for their children.
  70. You can become really great at chess.
  71. You can refine your concentration putting models together.
  72. You can get really good at a variety of puzzles such as Sudoku.
  73. You start recycling.
  74. You can challenge yourself to learn something new every day.
  75. You can draw goals for next week month and year to give you some free time.
  76. You can clean the house.
  77. Have a potluck cook with some friends.
  78. You can rearrange your furniture to be home more to your liking.
  79. You can, of course, polish up your CV it is perfect.
  80. You can organize your music collection.
  81. It is never too late or early spring clean your computer, deleting files and organize them as needed.
  82. You can mow your lawn.
  83. Catalog what you liked and disliked about your job precedent, and use that in your search for a new job.
  84. Attend local conferences around your community.
  85. Take advantage of the season sitting on the porch in the spring and the fire in winter, and enjoy the moment.
  86. Have marathon movie with friends and family.
  87. If you've never been good in the kitchen, there is no better time to learn.
  88. writing editorials to your local newspaper to get more involved in the community.
  89. Take the time to go paperless-sign up for electronic billing whenever possible.
  90. Take time to talk to your parents every day.
  91. Start taking public transportation whenever possible it's good for your wallet and good for the environment.
  92. Take time to get acquainted with your neighbors.
  93. Start a journal dreams and understand what your mind tells you.
  94. You can participate in your local bingo night.
  95. You can hold a garage sale for help clean the house and get some pocket money.
  96. Take more time to play with your kids or nephews and nieces.
  97. Take time to get closer to your spouse.
  98. Dust off the telescope and practice your astronomy.
  99. Be sure to volunteer activities that have the potential to grow in career opportunities.
  100. Go treasure hunting in renting a metal detector. You never know what you find.
  101. Whatever you do, have fun.

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Household Cleaning Remedies

May 6, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Home remedies for dermatitis and treatment

Dermatitis is a broad term that encompasses many different disorders that all result in a red, itching. Eczema is term time to time used for dermatitis.
Some types of dermatitis involving only specific parts of body, while others can occur anywhere. Some types of dermatitis have a known cause, while others do.
However, the dermatitis is still using the skin to react to a severe drought, scratching, an irritating substance or allergen. Traditionally, this question comes Direct contact with skin, but sometimes the substance is swallowed.
In all cases, scratching and rubbing may eventually lead to permanent thickening and a hardening of the skin.
Dermatitis may be a brief reaction to a substance. In the bags, it can produce symptoms such as itching and redness for a few hours or for only one or two days. Chronic dermatitis persists over a period of time.
Causes of dermatitis
• detergents powerful or soaps
• skin cleaning products
• Cosmetics or makeup
• Deodorant
• Clothing or shoes
• Household cleaners
• Formaldehyde and other chemicals
• Rubber or latex
• Metals such as nickel
Symptoms of dermatitis
The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for dermatitis includes the 4 symptoms listed below:
• Red rash or bumps
• Itching, which may be severe
• dry, red patches, which can resemble a burn
• Bulbs and draining fluid from the affected skin in severe cases
• rash limited to the area exposed
• Pain or tenderness
Dermatitis
The treatment of this disease skin varies depending on the underlying causes and type. Some basic natural treatments are:
Food: The diet of an individual suffering from dermatitis should include fresh fruits such as apples, grapes, pineapple, oranges and papaya. Raw or steamed vegetables like cauliflower, turnips, carrots, cabbage and spinach should be largely dependent. Condiments, spices, strongly flavored foods, fermented foods and potted white flour products, tea, coffee and alcohol should be avoided. The variety of apple juice, carrot and celery is extremely favorable for the treatment of this condition.
application External: If you try to get rid of poison ivy, you must apply a combination of baking soda and oil emerald. Properties alkaline baking soda to neutralize the toxic effect of acids and olive oil keeps skin soft and supple
Home Remedies for Dermatitis
• To contact dermatitis, to find the cause and get rid of.
• Test yourself if you think that your skin reacts to catch up. Apply a small amount on the arm. If an itchy red rash occurs in 48 hours
• To facilitate the swelling and itching, run halfder in a bath of hot water. Use a mild soap or perfume with a detergent
• For dry skin or flaky, try petroleum jelly or odor free body lotion. To use lacto calamine weeping eruptions
• Wash your hair with a tar shampoo if you have dermatitis on the scalp. Never use harsh shampoo, use a baby shampoo instead
• If you have red, oozing sores, apply wipes that have been soaked in warm salt water and drained
• To stasis dermatitis on the legs and ankles, sit or lie with legs raised above your hips several times a day. Try door sweeps
• Do not scratch. Cut nails short to avoid breaking the skin
• Try hydrocortisone cream on intact skin

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House Cleaning Home Remedies

April 23, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Home best remedy or cleaning or to get rid off the smell of pet urine or musty?

I a home inspection in about two weeks and the carpet was not shampoo in about 10 years. In the past year, I recently took home a cat and the first week, it was sprayed and urinated in different corners of the house. How can I most effectively remove or thrown away in the carpet? What has worked best for you? I prefer not to spend much money on the rug shampoo.

Peeaway seems to be a popular choice for eliminating odor problems for pets. He gets rid of unwanted cats and urine dog smells around the house and you do it yourself for pennies per application.

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Silver Cleaning With Aluminum Foil

April 12, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

silver cleaning with aluminum foil

How to make your sterling silver earrings shine again

Wearing silver earrings has been around Centuries later, the fashion of wearing earrings in silver has been developed by the addition of a precious stone or semi precious for simple hoop earrings silver and this often seen on Greek and Indian, and other countries. Apart from precious semi-precious stones, pearls and crystals have been an extra charm to bliss silver earrings. Over the years there, loops silver earrings were adorned only by privileged women and they wore silver accessories normally found in the celebrations. As time password, silver earrings were made from malleable and come in various designs at very reasonable cost.

Earrings are very popular with celebrities present, because it helps to draw attention about themselves in the red carpet or because it can make an outfit catchy and most of them are silver. But most people do not know that the money Sterling is a delicate matter that requires regular maintenance. The silver jewelry is too often use are most likely to cause tarnish. Human produce sweat that intensifies the production of damaging when attached to the skin. Therefore, silver jewelry must be cleaned in order Regular on AA to prevent the cause of tarnish but watch some cleaning chemicals may be too severe on sterling silver jewelry. money Sterling reacts with moisture to create a layer of tarnish and oxidation on its surface.

One way to clean your sterling silver jewelry is to use baking soda. Baking soda activated by boiling water in the presence of aluminum, will dislodge the tarnish by linking it with the aluminum, leaving the silver clean and shiny again. It's simple and organic to clean and polish your sterling silver jewelry.

How:
amount of the first boil enough water in which silver earrings will submerge. Then use a glass lined with foil or use your stove aluminum used, then put all the jewelry setting of aluminum, sure it touches the aluminum. Sprinkle baking soda around the jewelry. Pour over enough boiling water to immerse the jewelry, you will see that the sparkle of jewels is found. Finally, remove jewelry to the use of wooden utensils, rinse with tap water and dry with a soft cloth.

Remember to keep your silver earrings silver jewelry away from other, preferably on a pocket and walk away the solution may cause a chemical reaction with sterling silver. Money can make you extremely beautiful so make sure you learn to take care of your earrings in silver.

Cleaning silver with baking soda and aluminum foil (and hot water!)

 

Cleaning Kitchen

April 10, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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The kitchen of the future at your fingertips ARA) – New research shows owners spend three to four hours in the kitchen every day, and in some cases, five hours or more. "Our kitchens are the most used room in the house," said Sherry Stewart, Realtor with Century Realty in Marshfield, Missouri, and they range from high technology. "
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House Cleaning Vinegar

March 28, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Did you know that vinegar and water better than the leading brands?

Vinegar and water works as well or better than Most cleaning agents in the house. It is better for the environment and no problem for those who suffer from sentivity perfume.

White vinegar is very good to use for cleaning. No flowers smell and safely if you have pets or babies. can also be used in the rinse water from your washing, helps keep clothes black llightening. There are literally pages uses vinegar white. to about 1.50 a gallon, it is very economical.

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Household Cleaning Hints

March 20, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Fretté Juliet's husband home with a growing supply of livelihood for women and greater acceptance of flexible gender roles, both women and men begin to feel more comfortable to reverse the dynamics of the traditional family.
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Living Room Cleaning Checklist

March 11, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Real Hardwood Floors Cleaning

March 8, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Spring is here! Now is the perfect time to consider a garage sale! Here's a tip: A group is better than yardsale sale alone. Invite friends or neighbors to join in the sale. Place your ad (609) 924-2200 x10 SUPER GARAGE SALE: Saturday 1st May 9-noon. 455 Ewing Street, near Terhune Road. Tons of stuff. 4-5 families. Spring Cleaning and downsizing.
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Cleaning Oven

March 3, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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What is the duration of the cleaning cycle for a conventional oven self Kenmore?

How long does a self cleaning cycle-of a classic self-cleaning the Kenmore oven?

More self clean cycles take 4 hrs.The oven is gradually heated to 950 degrees F, which can take up 1 hour and 4 hours after the east until it takes time for the oven to cool before the door is released below 550 degrees. You can clean your Auto oven for 2-3 times the price of a can of oven cleaner and without the elbow grease involved. You should not use oven cleaners on porcelain hard on your coating oven or it could be damaged. Before putting your oven clean car, you must delete any excess spill with a damp cloth and soapy After cleaning wipe your ashes with a damp cloth. If you do not want the oven racks to take a bluish gray ugly not to leave them in the oven during the cleaning cycle.

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