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Calcium buildup on your shower door #4174

Just use a piece of extra fine steel wool dipped in lemon oil to clean.
Once the door is clean wipe the surface down with a fresh coat of lemon oil.

- Carey brothers -

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jan 31, 2006 - pub.:Jan 31, 2006 - sent.:Jan 4, 2007
Bacteria buster #5019

To remove bacteria from your dishcloth or sponge, Place it in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Be careful when removing it.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Feb 7, 2007 - pub.:Feb 7, 2007 - sent.:Mar 2, 2007
When buying a house #5155

Do you know the life span of the appliances?
Dishwasher should last 10-years
Microwave oven should last 11-years
Refrigerator should be good for 17-years
Range should last 19-years
Washer and dryer should last 13 to 14-years
Garage door opener should last 10 years, depending if the family does not use it as
the number one entry.
Furnace and air conditioner should last 15-years
Water heater should last 10 to 12-years depending on the number of people

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Apr 12, 2007 - pub.:Apr 12, 2007 - sent.:Dec 20, 2007
Dent on wood furniture? #3645

Fix a dent in wood furniture (not a gouge) by placing a drop of water in the depression, covering the spot with a damp cloth, then applying a hot iron to it for several seconds.
The dent should pop up after one of two steaming.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jul 5, 2005 - pub.:Jul 5, 2005 - sent.:Sep 13, 2005
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