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July 22, 2009
Hydrogen Peroxide For Ear Wax
When using hydrogen peroxide for ear wax where does the hydrogen peroxide go? It doesn't run out. Where are all the clumps of ear wax?
Decorating a Room With Red Couches
I need advice for decorating my living room. It has white walls and red couches.
Yellowed Linoleum Tiles
The white linoleum in my bathroom has become yellowed and discolored. When I move a potted plant it was still white underneath. I have tried most things, but nothing is working.
Fleas In Beds
How do you know if you even have fleas? I only see them in the bed in the morning. Does that mean I have them in my hair?
Getting Rid of a Black Snake in Duct Work
When I walked into our kitchen this morning, there was a 3-ft black snake on the floor. I tried to chase it out the door, but it slithered down the register into the duct work. Now it is in the ducts. I closed all the registers, but can't leave them closed forever.
Average Denture Cost
Does anyone know the average cost of a complete set of dentures? I'm trying to get some info so hopefully I can get them soon. Any advice would be great. I live in south Georgia, if that helps.
Preventing Underarm Stains on White Shirts
I am looking to prevent underarm stains on all my new white shirts. I've seen a bunch of posts for getting them out. Does anyone know how to prevent them?
Keeping Ants Off a Fig Tree
Help. I have a loaded fig tree, but the ants seem to get into them. I was told this was good for pollination, not so good for my eating pleasure. Any suggestions?
Converting Screwback Earrings to Pierced
Does anyone know how to convert old fashioned screwback and clip earrings to pierced?
Canning Mint Sauce
I need a recipe for canning mint sauce.
Identifying Old Measuring Cup
I have a glass measuring cup that appears to be very old. I have never seen one like it. Perhaps someone out there can give me some information about it.
Bread Machine Yeast Rolls Recipe
How do I make yeast rolls with a bread machine?
"No No" Hair Removal System Reviews
I would like to know if anyone has tried the NO NO hair removal system? It is expensive and like others will probably become cheaper in time.
Getting a Loan Modification
I need to get a loan modification, but am afraid of getting ripped off. Does anyone know of a loan modification company that is honest? Thank you.
Using Laminate Flooring in Unheated Space
Is a wood laminate floor suitable for my cabin that is unheated most of the year? If not, is any type of wood floor suitable?
Are Puppy Vaccines Safe?
Can puppies die from their first vaccination?
Transplanting Rosa Rugosa
I tried replanting "sea" or beach roses as they can be known as. Rosa Rugosa I believe is the other name. It doesn't look like they may make it, is there anything I can do?
Freezing Pole Beans
Do you freeze Pole beans the same way as String beans?
Making Your Own Glass Cleaner
There is a recipe for glass cleaner with vinegar and ammonia. Do you have it?
Cleaning Pet Stained Grout
Does anyone know how to clean dog poop and pee out of the grouting on our tile floor? The tenants left a big mess.
Make Your Own Summer Skirt
This is a great idea for frugal living, a craft and a cool weather tip, make your own skirt!
Spicy Veggie Burgers for Two
Love the kick of the jalapeno ;-) In a bowl, mash lima beans. Mix in onion, jalapeno pepper, crushed crackers, egg, cheese, salt, and pepper. Divide and shape into two patties.
Zucchini is Shriveling Up
Why are my zucchini shriveling up, when they are small?
Mock Octopus and Beans
Grandkids gobble them up and don't complain that they want something else. Cut each hot dog in 1/2. Slice each hot dog in 1/2 again long wise leaving a small bulb at the top (this is the head)
Summer Vegetable Stuffing
This casserole is packed full of veggies that are in season right now and is very tasty. Even the hardcore veggie haters love it!
Mix together and bake at 325 degrees F for 1 hour.
Store Cooking Grease in a Coffee Can
Instead of trying to find a place for grease that you use to cook, I save a coffee can and put it all into the can. When the can is full, I throw it out. This helps keep my drains clear.
We make our own soy milk with a Soyquick machine I purchased at the Salvation Army. Soybeans can be purchased cheaply in the bulk goods section of Chamberlain's Natural Foods.
Homemade "Clean Shower" Products
Does anyone have a home made substitute for the Clean Shower products?
Paper Towels as Packing Material
When packing household item to move I use paper towels, the recycled kind. When I unpack, I reuse the paper towels for cleaning jobs!
Making a Rag Quillow
There is a rag quilt and there is a quillow. I'd like directions for a rag quillow. I have looked for directions/pattern for rag quillow, but I can't find one. If anyone has directions or pattern for a rag quillow I'd sure appreciate it.
Check Electricity Continuity in Your Freezer
If you travel often, even if only for a weekend, there is a chance your electricity may go off. If so, when you get home, you won't know if the food in your freezer has been thawed and then frozen again.
Are "Green Bags" for Food Storage BPA Free?
Does anyone know whether the "green bags" for storing food safely are also BPA free?
Planting a Two to Three Season Flower Garden
We just moved a shed out and now I have a bare 9x13 spot that I'd like to make into a flower garden. I want to plant flowers that will follow one another through 2 or 3 seasons, but I can't seem to find any help or plans online.
Organize Your Pantry With an Inventory List
I have a 2-door pantry cabinet with several shelves on each side. A couple of the shelves are pretty easy to organize, like soups on one shelf and canned fruits and vegetables on another shelf.
Vitamin E for Skin Conditions
Vitamin E is good inside and out. If you suffer from a skin condition or injury, open an E capsule and rub the oil on. It's quite tacky in texture, so rub or stroke in all that your skin will take and then wrap the affected area overnight to protect your sheets.
Granite Countertops to Coordinate With Oak Cabinets
Our kitchen cabinets are oak. What color granite countertops should I buy? What looks great with oak?
Making a Clothing Pattern Larger
How can I make a dress and a top pattern larger?
Sun Yellowed Polyester Fabric
Can anyone tell me how to brighten up the inner lining of a baby pram? The fabric is mostly white and where the sun has got at it, it has become yellow.
Citrus Peels to Keep Cats Out of Plants
My sweet kitty just loves when I dig up the dirt to plant my flowerbeds and thinks that she's discovered a new litter box! After trying other methods: sprinkling in hot pepper (nope), cayenne pepper (nope), even adding clam shells into the soil (nope), I tried this.
Using Ketchup to Improve Complexion
Does rubbing ketchup on the skin improve your complexion? Does anyone have any other tips?
Leftover Yarn for Pet Projects
Dogs and cats always enjoy getting something new, whether it's a blanket or toy. I crochet quilts and always have yarn left over. Each time there is yarn left over, even a piece 10 inches long, it is tied to the end of another leftover.
Treating a Bird With Mites
I have a Red Lorie. He keeps picking on his breast feathers. I assume he has mites. Can I treat them myself? What do I use?
Ripen homegrown tomatoes on a rubber shelf liner. We bought our house 2 years ago and the woman that lived here before me left her rubber shelf liners. I hated the stuff, but also hated to throw it away. I came up with this idea.
Small Pet Quilts
Use scraps of material to make small tied quilts. Size depends on pet, however 3x4 feet works best for most cats and small to medium sized dogs. Use fleece for the backing and quilt batting to fill.
Garden: Colorful Plant In South Carolina
Check out this tremendously colorful plant that I noticed while taking a walk with my high school girl friend (Class of 1981) in South Carolina.
Halloween Cookie Party
Children love nothing more than to make a mess, even more so when icing and sprinkles are involved. This idea incorporates both a craft and a snack. It's also easy to transport if the party is somewhere other than your home.
Kitty (Toy Fox Terrier)
Kitty is a 7 year old Toy Fox Terrier. It was love at first sight when she was merely a pup! What doesn't she do? She's a 'Yes' dog!
Craft Project: Beaded Flip Flops
Summer is here and Flip Flops to enjoy wearing are a must for comfort and style. Ever see all those beautiful embellished flip flops in all the stores that cost $10 or more and wish you could buy them but can't afford to splurge and do so?
Roasted Hamburger, Potatoes and Carrots
I like this recipe because you can vary the amounts of the ingredients as you need to.
Samara (Tuxedo Cat)
Sam (Samara) is a 6 year old Black and White Tuxedo Cat. I adopted Sam for the Humane Society when she was 4 months old. She was found wandering a busy intersection.
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