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  • How To Clean an Old House Radiator

    Freestanding radiators have been keeping us warm since the 1860s. They warm homemade pies, dry your wet gloves, and humidify the room when you place a pan of water on...
  • How To Remove Candle Dust from the Wall

    Candles do create a festive mood; and the scent is pleasant to our senses. Removing the soot stain from your walls is not as enjoyable. As with most things prevention...
  • How To Tell the Difference Between Slate and Asbestos Sidings

    Slate siding and asbestos siding are two entirely different items. Both were used extensively in the construction industry until the 1970's when asbestos was banned.
  • How To Build an Earth Block House

    Compressed earth block homes are not new; earth architecture is the original method of constructing a building. Approximately three million people the world over live...
  • How To Get Volunteers for a Non-Profit Festival

    Volunteering is one of the best ways to have a good time and to give back to your community. It is unfortunate that so many of us feel that we do not have the time to...
  • How To Remove Candle Wax

    We all enjoy colorful and decorative candles; they add that extra touch to a centerpiece.  Candles can set a romantic mood; the perfumed scents tickle our senses,...
  • How To Secure Lawn Furniture Against Theft

    The need to secure your lawn furniture is becoming more evident every day. Our love of the outdoors leads us to the purchase of comfortable lawn furniture. We would...
  • Recycling Washing Machine Water: Conserving Water with Gray Water

    What is gray water? It is all the household water that goes down the drain, except for the water used in the toilet. It does not need to be treated before it can be...
  • How To Start a Lawn Care Company

    Starting a lawn care company is an excellent idea, if you enjoy hard work. There are a lot of potential customers: people who don't like to do yard work, and...
  • How To Maintain Cedar

    The cedar tree is one of the most magnificent of trees; cedars can grow to a height of 200 feet with a spread of 150 feet. All evergreen trees are not cedars; we...

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