Sleep

Sleep

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 25, 2016
Set yourself up for a good nights sleep.  Do a room check, if clutter stresses you, tidy up the room by closing closet doors, shutting any open drawers and doing a quick pick up.  When you wash your face and bush your teeth before bedtime, lower or turn off bathroom lights.  If it is too […]
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Tried and True

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 20, 2016
Here are some tried and true tips.  *Crumble a hand full of foil to scour/scrub a stainless steel pot when you don’t have a scrub pad  *Soap scum on your shower door? Spray it with non-stick cooking spray, leave for 30 minutes, wipe off with a soapy sponge and rinse  *Soak an ink stain in […]
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Tree Roots

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 19, 2016
Tree roots in your sewer will not go away.  Trees on your property can add beauty and shade,but roots in your sewer can cause extensive damage to sewer pipes.  Sewer pipes contain water, nutrients and oxygen, essential elements a tree needs to grow.  Aside from the usual blockages, tree roots growing inside sewer pipes are […]
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Did You Know?

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 15, 2016
Did you know people who ate foods high in sodium have more headaches then those who ate a low sodium diet?  *According to one study, women who lived a happy satisfying life have better bone strength than those who live a less satisfying life.  *According to one Japanese study, people who could balance for up […]
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The Urinal

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 12, 2016
The urinal was patented in the U.S. by Andrew Rankin.  The patent was issued in 1866 after the Civil War, known as the upright flushing apparatus.  The device enjoyed wide popularity in large northern cities that witnessed large population explosions.  The urinal drastically reduces the amount of space required for a men’s restroom as several […]
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Germs

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 10, 2016
Germs are a permanent part of our world.  Is it safer to eat food that has fallen on the floor or in your kitchen sink?  Your kitchen sink is one of the germiest places in your home, it has 18,000 bacteria per square inch vs the floor having 830 bacteria per square inch. Should you […]
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Furnace Preventive Maintenance

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On October 5, 2016
Furnace preventive maintenance is a must for your HVAC system.  You should have your furnace checked before the heating season begins to assure it is going to function before you turn it on the first time.  You wouldn’t drive your car without changing the oil, the same logic applies with your HVAC system. Furnace filters trap […]
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Fruit Bars

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On September 30, 2016
Recipe for fruit bars.  *1- box of yellow cake mix *2/3-cup quick oats *1/2-cup butter-melted *1-egg-beaten *any fruit filling *any chopped nuts-your choice (optional).  Preheat oven to 375*  In a medium bowl mix together cake mix, melted butter, 1/3-cup oats, egg and optional nuts.  Reserve 1-cup of mixture and mix other 1/3-cup oats into it. […]
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The Statue of Liberty

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On September 28, 2016
The Statue of Liberty weighs 225 tons * On October 28,1886, a million people flocked to Lower Manhattan to witness the unveiling of Liberty Enlightening the World (aka the Statue of Liberty)  * The cost of building Lady liberty and her platform was $500,000 at the time, today it would cost twelve million dollars *In […]
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FOG

  • Posted by Lawrence mgdf.ru
  • On September 23, 2016
FOG = fats, oil and grease.  FOG comes from meats, butter, lard, food scraps, sauces, cooking oil and salad dressings to name a few.   When FOG goes down a drain it hardens or creates a sludge that causes sewer pipes to clog.  Fog is one of the leading causes of sewer backups and overflows […]
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