I read that washing it with other clothes (ESPECIALLY in cold instead of hot water) can spread bacteria from the poop germs naturally in your underwear.
Big dings can be more life threatening if they attack you but I have never been bitten by one. I am more wary of those small terrier like dogs, with needle sharp teeth as they are the ones most likely to be aggressive and bite you. They may not be dangerous as such but I prefer to avoid them more than the larger...
I want to install a clothes line but need to put something rather than concrete to put the poles in, for I might in the future need to move it or take it up.
What should I put as a substitute for concrete?
I'm temporarily living with a friend and the bedroom I'm staying in has a terrible odor. Apparently the people who lived there prior let their animals poop all over the house. The smell literally keeps me awake at night. I have tried the scented baking powder/vacuum product which help for a few days. I have...
biggest issues is paper. i have piles of important paper everywhere, but never any time to properly sort and put them away until I actually need something.
When I push on the handle normally there’s some pressure and you have to keep pushing down to get it to flush, you know? Now when I push the handle, there is no pressure. The handle goes all the way down without anything flushing. Any easy solutions? I’m not good with this type of stuff so I probably can’t do...
The neighborhood kids keep sneaking into my backyard and swimming in my pool. it started off as 3 or 4 and now theres over sixty. They call it the resort. Yesterday i figured i cant fight it i may as well enjoy it so i went to swim but they said i couldnt. ANy advice on how to fit in with the cool kids.
We are buying a house. Most of the house is heated by natural gas but the front office ( it used to be a used car lot) is heated by an electric register on the floor. How much should I expect that electric heat to increase my electric bill in the winter? I live in northern Michigan so it gets cold.
Would it be relatively easy to convert it using rhe existing plumbing to washer/dryer was connected to or will i have to do whole new plumbing and tear up the floor?
I can't see any visible screws on the grate or any way to remove it. It's been really slow to drain recently. How to clear it so it drains properly, if the grate won't come off?
Basically to change from gas power to electrical power in a house? There are currently 3 gas pipes in the house. 2 are for ovens, and 1 is for a dryer.
I found this leaf on a tree I liked and want to plant the tree's seeds when the right season comes along. To look up further information about the tree, I need to know it's name.