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Laundry Hacks When You Don't Have Any Time To Spare

Never fails that when you have no time to spare, you become derailed when the top you are planning to wear is wrinkly, has a bad smell or has shrunk in the last wash. We are believers that knowledge is power, so here are some emergency laundry hacks you should keep in mind when you are in a pinch...
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Solve That Stinky Sink Problem With These Cleaning Tips

While the garbage can gets most of the attention when it comes to bad kitchen smells, the kitchen sink can harbor some foul smells of its own thanks to all the food particles, grease and normal use. So here are some tips to rid your sink on stink! If you have a garbage disposal, fill your sink up...
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Riding Your Clothes And Bedding Of Pet Hair Involves Using The Dryer First

Spring is here and we say hello to warmer temperatures and your dog says goodbye to their winter coat. While tumbleweeds of hair roll across your floor, those same fibers can be a chore removing from bedding, clothing and even their own bedding. Come to find out all that pet hair can be a time bomb...
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A Water Bottle Could Ignite A Fire In Your Car

You would never think a water bottle left in a car could be a scene of potential disaster. It appears that some people have reported smoke coming from their vehicles and a mystery as to what is causing it. Believe it or not the culprit is a bottle of water sitting in direct sunlight, where the sun’...
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How To Dispose of Unused Opioids And Medications Properly

Drug overdoses killed over 63,000 Americans in 2016 and 2/3 of these deaths were the result of a prescription or illicit opioid. Although new regulations are aiming to tighten the access to opioids, it appears our own medicine cabinets are to blame in large part. A Mayo Clinic report found that 1...
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Glitter Sunscreen Just In Time for Summer

This summer you'll see more people gleaming by the pool as glitter sunscreen makes its way to store shelves. Glitter sunscreen sounds a lot like a unicorn beauty lover’s dream, but is all that glittery goodness actually effective at protecting your skin from sun damage? Yes and no. It depends on...
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Secrets In Keeping Plush Towels Fluffy Wash After Wash

Nothing feels so luxurious than wrapping yourself up in a plush towel after a shower or bath. While we think we'e taking good care of them when with hot water, fabric softener and long drying sessions, an interior expert says we're completely wrong. Apparently the trick is "less is more" when it...
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How To Tackle Any Stain On The Couch

No matter how careful you are with your furniture, inevitably there comes time when food, dirt, a leaky ceiling or pets cause a stain on the upholstery. Unless you have the whole thing slipcovered in something you can pull off and throw into the washing machine, it can be tricky to remove stains...
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11-Year Old Girl Sews Handbags To Raise Money For Hurricane Devastated Puerto Rico

The 2017 hurricane season is a distant memory for most, except those in Puerto Rico where estimates still show roughly 20% of the population still does not have power or clean water four months after Maria devastated the U.S. Territory. Meital Sternthal knows a little about the area. Near Puerto...
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Waterbeds Set For A Millennial Comeback

You may not know who Charlie Hall is but if you slept on a waterbed at one time in your life, you can thank him for it. Charlie Hall patented the waterbed in 1971 and it quickly became a household item found in many bedrooms through the 1970S and 1980s. However the waterbed has virtually...
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