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How to Do Camo Spray Paint
Updated: April 30, 2018 This is a step by step walkthrough on how to spray paint camo.
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16-05-2019, 09:00
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Updated: March 29, 2019 If you have a solder iron and want to keep it in good shape, you'll want to clean it regularly. Because the iron tips come into contact with hot metals, they are vulnerable to corroding or rusting. But as long as you thoroughly clean and tin the tip, you'll be able to prevent metal buildup and tip damage over time. Using the right cleaning methods regularly on
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9-05-2019, 20:00
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How to Harvest Rain Water in a Household Setting
Updated: March 29, 2019 Water is one of the world’s most valuable natural resources. Because of this, it doesn’t come cheap. Even in places where it isn’t scarce, recycling the water from precipitation and using it for other purposes is a thrifty idea. Not only can it save you money on your utilities, it’s also one more step towards a cleaner, more sustainable environment. All you need
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5-02-2019, 09:00
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How to Get Rid of Algae in Ponds
A pond can be a beautiful and ornamental addition to a garden or home, but it might lose some of its charm if the water is green and murky with algae. Whether you want a cleaner pond in the long-term with more natural solutions, prefer to use mechanical or chemical solutions to remove algae from the pond, or want to prevent algae from building up, there are several easy options that can
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8-11-2018, 09:00
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How to Repair a Pop up Sprinkler Head
Staff Reviewed As pop-up sprinkler systems age, it’s possible for the heads to chip, break, or become stuck in the up position, resulting in dead, swampy grass and exorbitant utility bills. If you run into one of these issues, the simplest solution is to replace the worn out head with a brand new one. Dig up the grass 6–8 inches (15–20 cm) around the sprinkler just enough to expose the
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20-07-2018, 16:00
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How to Paint a Cooler
When you're painting a cooler, the color choices and design possibilities are endless. If you take the time to prime, paint and seal your cooler correctly, you'll have a personalized keepsake that you can use for years to come.
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20-07-2018, 13:00
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How to Soften Hard Water Naturally
Hard water refers to the concentration of certain substances like calcium and lime in your water. If your water contains calcium, a quick boil may remove its funny taste. Other contaminants can be removed with filters. For better water throughout your household, consider installing an ion exchange system. Laundry water, on the other hand, can be softened with baking soda and vinegar.
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7-04-2018, 11:00
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How to Take Action to Solve the Water Crisis
Access to clean water is a global concern; currently there are many areas in the world that face clean water shortages. The number of people this affects each year is expected to rise continuously for multiple reasons, including climate change/pollution, population growth, depletion of groundwater, and poor water infrastructure. Fortunately, there are many ways you can take action to
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29-03-2018, 13:59
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How to Paint Furniture White
White furniture is perhaps the easiest color to incorporate into your home. It can easily add a touch of simplicity and refinery to any space, and coordinates well with any other color you may choose to decorate your home. Painting furniture white on your own also presents a more affordable alternative to buying new furniture or requesting the services of a renovator. Sanding and
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20-03-2018, 23:00
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How to Fix Yellow Tap Water
If you notice yellow discoloration in your tap water, you may worry about whether it is safe to drink and how to fix the problem. In most cases, however, yellow water is both harmless and easy to treat. Deciding whether your water provider or your internal plumbing has turned the water yellow is the first step to take. Then, once you've found the cause, hire a professional to help you