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Earn $1300 For Watching 13 Horror Movies

Like scary movies? Dish satellite TV might have the perfect job for you. The company is looking to hire someone to watch 13 movies based on Stephen King novels before Halloween with a salary of $1300. Dish will provide you the 13 movies, which include Carrie (original or remake), Children of the...
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Keep These Items Out Of The Dishwasher

The dishwasher is a machine of convenience and sustainability (uses less water than hand-washing dishes) but it can't clean everything and in many cases shouldn't be used to clean items. For instance, utensils, bowls and cutting boards made of wood should be hand-washed and air dried. Hot water and...
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Wash Your Reusable Water Bottles Daily

Carrying a reusable water bottle is an economical and eco-friendly choice. By not lugging around one-time-use plastic bottles, you're reducing waste headed to landfills and saving money on water that flows for just pennies (or free) from your tap. As beneficial as these bottles are, they tend to...
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Tricks On Getting Sweat And Other Stains Out Of Your Clothes

No matter the season there is one thing you are certain to do in Florida and that's sweat! Not only do we sweat from head to toe but it ruins many a nice shirt and blouses. However there's a surprisingly easy trick for getting them out and it only requires four things. Dawn dish soap, hydrogen...
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Is It Okay To Use Hand Soap To Wash Dishes?

At one time or another you've had to improvise in the kitchen. Dirty dishes have piled up and you have run out of dish soap. So you give your hand soap bottle a couple of pumps into a sponge and get to scrubbing. But is hand soap effective and more importantly safe for washing dishes? Soap is soap...
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Make Your Own Insecticidal Soap

Having bad luck with houseplants isn't all your fault. While you may think it's because you lack a "green thumb" in keeping them healthy, many instances it has nothing to do with you and everything to do with aphids, spider mites and other insects that eventually kill your plant. Worse is those...
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How Dryer Sheets In Your Bath Tub Can Save You Time In The Kitchen

Dryer sheet are more than a fresh way to keep your clothes static free wen in the dryer, they have a multitude of uses and includes using them in your bath tub. One of the least liked chores in the ketch is cleaning the stove and oven. Cooked on foods prove to be a challenge to remove and that's...
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The Real Reason You Leave Dishes "To Soak" ;-)

No doubt the information contained in this report will be a hotbed of debate at Thanksgiving this year. Soaking dishes is rooted in lies! The practice of letting soapy water loosen stuck-on food does work. But let's be honest soaking fanatics, soaking usually involves an overnight stay in the sink...
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How To Remove Pesticides from Fruits And Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables look absolutely delicious in the produce aisle but hidden are the pesticides used while they were being grown. While fruits and vegetables are washed before going on display, it is usually in a bleach solution to remove dirt and kill any harmful microbes but it doesn't remove...
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Pumpkin Carving Tips For A Longer-Lasting Jack-O-Lantern

With less than two weeks until Halloween you may wonder when is the best time to carve your pumpkin and transform the orange gourd into a jack-o-lantern. A hallowed out pumpkin will last anywhere from five to 10 days before it attracts flies and mold begins its rotting stage. However we have some...
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