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Drain Sediment From Your Water Heater or Expect a Shortened Life Span - A distraught homeowner called a plumber because her water heater wasn't heating, and furthermore, it was leaking. Right away, the plumber asked if the homeowner had been draining some of the water from it every year. The puzzled homeowner said, "No. Why?" It turns out that sediment will collect at the bottom of the tank. This creates hot spots on gas-powered heaters that can damage the tank and cause premature failure…

On an electric water heater, sediment buildup can cause the lower heating element to fail. So, occasionally draining a water heater will lower energy bills and extend its life. We recommend draining water heaters at least once a year.

Cowboy Caviar 1 can black eyed peas drained and washed 1 can black beans drained and washed 1 can Rotel 1 can white chipotle corn drained 1/2 bell pepper diced 1 medium white onion diced 1/2 cup cilantro diced 1 tsp garlic salt 1 cup Italian dressing Combine and serve with Tortilla chips

1 can black beans 1 can southwest corn 1 can navy beans 1 can yellow hominey all drained & rinsed add original rotel, cilantro, salt, pepper and to 1 cup zesty italian dressing + tbs of garlic paste

I found this great recipe off the Hershey's website when I was trying to find ways to use up some Heath Toffee Bits last week. This sumptuous recipe is loaded down with chocolate chips and Heath English Toffee Bits. Talk about amazing! It's also full of calories because it has a whole can of condensed…

I found this great recipe off the Hershey's website when I was trying to find ways to use up some Heath Toffee Bits last week. This sumptuous recipe is loaded down with chocolate chips and Heath Engli (Chocolate Bars Cookies)