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How-To: Plastic Scoopers Out of Jugs

Scoops out of jugs!

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Links to 238 Free Do It Yourself Backyard Project Plans

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How to Type Symbols Using the ALT Key

How to make symbols ¢ ¿ « » º ♥ and more using your ALT button. Good to know.

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Who knew... A window squeegee removes pet hair from carpets.

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DIY: 100 Hour Emergency Candles'

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Who Knew? : Sweep Baking Soda into Sidewalk Cracks to Discourage Weeds. Simply pour or sweep a thick layer of baking soda into sidewalk and patio cracks. The baking soda will kill any small weeds that are already there, and prevent new ones from sprouting

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Cure Yellow Nails with Whitening Toothpaste

Quite las manchas de las axilas amarillas .... Mezclar 1/4 taza de cada uno de agua, agua oxigenada y bicarbonato de sodio para hacer una pasta. Aplique la pasta a las manchas, deje en remojo durante 30 minutos. Frote suavemente w / un cepillo de dientes para eliminar cualquier partícula luego lavar como de costumbre.

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Keep Your Plants Warm Over a Chilly Night with a Bucket of Water

The trick is simple, just place some buckets near the plants you want to keep warm, and fill them with warm water. Over the course of the day, the water will be warmed (or stay warm) by the sun, assuming your garden gets good sunlight (which we hope it does!) and after the sun goes down, the buckets of water will slowly cool over the course of the evening, radiating heat so your plants stay nice and toasty as the air temperature drops

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Put Eggs in a Bowl of Water to See If They've Gone Bad

Put Eggs in a Bowl of Water to See If They’ve Gone Bad: All you need to do is fill a bowl with cold water and place the egg inside. If it sinks to the bottom, it's good. If it sinks but stands on its point, it's good, but won't be good for much longer and should be used soon. If it floats, toss it. This works because old eggs will have lost a lot of the liquid on the inside, evaporating through their porous shell—causing the egg to float instead of sink.

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