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Never Dilute Bleach With Hot Water

You already know not to mix it with ammonia, vinegar, or alcohol, but did you know that the temperature of the water also matters?
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Summer Fun: Freeze Your Child's Toys in Blocks of Ice

Finding cool and fun summer activities for the kids can be daunting and downright exhausting task in the "new normal" of coronavirus.
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Dishwasher Detergent Alternatives When You Are In A Pinch

The new normal, at least for now, is items we use on a regular basis are in short supply. But that doesn't help the fact that your dishwasher is full and you are not only out of cleaning detergent, but the store is also out of it is closed. Not to worry with these dishwashing detergent substitutes.
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Three Signs Your Dog May Have Food Allergies

Just like in humans, your dog can develop allergic reactions to its food. However the exact ingredients they're reacting to can be tricky to pinpoint. First is to know the difference between a food allergy and a food sensitivity. When your dog has an allergic reaction to an ingredient in its food,...
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The Right Hot Water Tank Temperature

There is no universal formula for hot water in your home. It is a setting you have to set yourself, so what is the ideal hot water heater temperature? Well there is no “perfect” hot water heater temperature for every single house but depending on who lives in your home and how much money you want...
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Common Stain-Removing Mistakes

You remember the time that dollop of meat sauce landed on your white shirt and you started rubbing it vigorously with seltzer to try to get the stain out? That might not have been your best move. In fact, your dry cleaner can take one look at your garment and know exactly which steps you took to...
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Unclog A Toilet When You Do Not Have A Plunger

Have you ever been at a friend’s house and wonder "what if" you flush the toilet to only see the bowl water start to rise and no plunger in site! First off, remain calm and don't panic because we have a hack you can do to get things flowing again. It involves you pouring hot water into the clogged...
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Stop Shielding Baby In Stroller With A Blanket

Dermatologist say that we get most of our lifetime sun exposure by the time we're 18 . And it can be tricky to try to keep an infant protected from the sun. Parents generally want to avoid using sunscreen on infants under six months old, so when you’re out for a stroll, it can be tempting to throw...
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Waxing Woman Accidentally Glues Together Her Armpit

Don't you hate it when you accidently glue your armpit together? Not a commonly uttered phrase but it is a risk associated with body waxing. Kiera Stirton knows it all too well as she managed to glue her armpit together thanks to an attempt to wax away her hair. Kiera tried to do some at-home...
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Hot Streets And Sidewalks Can Burn Your Pet's Paws

The hot summer months are here and the long days of the sun beating down on means the streets and sidewalks are scalding hot. While you have the protection of shoes, sandals and flip-fops, your dog do not and their paws can burn just by taking them for a walk! You can use the "seven-second rule" to...
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