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Use Time To Sanitize Your Mail And Packages

Research shows the germs that cause COVID-19 can survive for up to 72 hours on hard, nonporous surfaces like tables, your kitchen counter, and doorknobs, and up to 24 hours on cardboard. So use time to protect yourself from a potential coronavirus infection.
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How To Crack A Raw Egg

Seems simple enough to crack an egg for a morning omelet or for a birthday cake. However there are several methods used. Some use the side of the bowl, some hit the flat top of the counter, and others create a crack using the edge of the counter. While any of these methods can get the job done,...
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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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Why Singing In The Shower Is Irresistible

You may not have the moves like Jagger, but when you're in the shower, you can certainly sing like him, right? Regardless of the quality of your vocal stylings, few people can resist the urge to belt out a song behind the glass doors of their shower. In addition to being private, there's also not...
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We're Ruining Our Nonstick Cookware!

When it comes to the most useful utensil in the kitchen, hands down it would be nonstick cookware. These pans are easy to use and especially easy to clean. However when used incorrectly it's also easy to damage and ruin them faster than frying an egg! According to those all-knowing in the nonstick...
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Why Can't I Hear 98.5 KTK On My Radio This Morning?

Florida is where we call home and it is as unique a place as the people who live here. Usually temperate are pretty consistent but for a few days in spring and fall the temperature changes can be drastic; by as much as 40 degrees from a low to a high. Those wild temperature fluctuation can...
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What You Should Clean Before The House Cleaner Arrives

While many chuckle at those who clean up their homes before the housekeeper arrives, there is some valid reasons to employ the practice. For one, house cleaners are not house organizers, which means the clutter of mail, magazines and that pile of clothes is something you should organize, or clean...
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Flu-Proof Your Home

It's turning out to be one the worst flu seasons in recent memory. For those who have been able to avoid it, you are lucky! But there's more than luck as you can use science to try and extend your streak by flu-proofing your home. It's pretty simple, the flu virus makes its way into your body from...
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