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6 House Plants That Reduce Humidity Levels

6 House Plants That Reduce Humidity Levels

6 House plants that reduce humidity levels  You know it when excess home moisture raises its ugly head. You’ll spot foggy windows, smell a mildew or musty odor, or your skin feels clammy. If it has been around for a while it had the chance to mark its territory. Damp spots, mold, …

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20 Ways To Make Your Car Cleaner Than It’s Ever Been

20 Ways To Make Your Car Cleaner Than It’s Ever Been

20 Ways To Make Your Car Cleaner Than It’s Ever Been Looking for some car cleaning tip? Searching for easier ways to clean your car?  It’s rough trying to make sure that everything else is clean, so starting with the car might make me feel better else where in my …

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Top 11 Vegetable Plants To Grow in Containers

Top 11 Vegetable Plants To Grow in Containers

Top 11 Vegetable Plants To Grow in Containers Growing vegetables in containers is ideal for those with little space or want a simple container garden. Most vegetables grow well in containers, but you do have to pick the right plants. You will be surprised at the large amount of food …

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9 Money-Saving Gardening Tips 

9 Money-Saving-Gardening-Tips 

9 Money-Saving Gardening Tips  Gardening is a fantastic hobby and lifestyle. You have the mental and physical benefits of gardening. However, gardening can cost a small fortune if you use everything purchased from a store. Gardening can be inexpensive if you learn how to put to work, recycle materials and utilize …

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Grocery Sales Cycles

Grocery Sales Cycles

Grocery Sales Cycles – When Do Things Go on Sale? Did you know that groceries go on sale following a cycle?  It’s a little known secret that those who are serious about couponing understand. Serious couponers create databases for their regular grocery prices to follow the sales to save the …

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12 Foods that People Mistakenly Refrigerate

12 Foods that People Mistakenly Refrigerate

12 Foods that People Mistakenly Refrigerate Modern life cultivates in most of us an ingrained reflex to preserve food using refrigeration. We preserve food in other ways too, of course, such as the food industry’s reliance on chemical “preservatives.” And, much like the use of preservatives, refrigeration has its pros …

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8 Essential Oils that Repel Insects

8 Essential Oils that Repel Insects Summer is a delightful time of year. Sunshine, picnics, beach trips, and fresh summer peaches make it many people’s favorite season. The only big detractor? Bugs! All that warmth, sunshine, and humidity make summer insects’ favorite season too. Not that the words isn’t big …

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How to Make Mozzarella Cheese at Home

How to Make Mozzarella Cheese at Home You can use cheese to add to your bread or meal and make it taste delicious. Preparing Cheese from home needs you to have some basic skills in the kitchen Also you will need ingredients such as rennet and citric are not easily …

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How To Convert An Electric Water Heater To Run Off Solar

How To Convert An Electric Water Heater To Run Off Solar Maybe you want to get off the grid, or maybe you just want to save on your power bill. Whatever your initial motivation is, once you know all the advantages, you can rest assured that converting your electric water …

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5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden

5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden

5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden Ticks may appear small and nonthreatening, but the array of potential consequences if they bite you are extensive and serious. In certain specific geographic U.S. locations, nearly half of the tick population is infected with disease. You’ve probably heard of Lyme …

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17 Uses for Castile Soap

17 Uses for Castile Soap

17 Uses for Castile Soap Castile soap is an everyday, versatile product that can be used in many ways. Finding uses for Castile soap is pretty easy; it can be a replacement for dozens of items throughout your home. If you want a multi-use product, keep some on hand. Castile …

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High Yield Tomato Plants: 50-80 lbs per Plant

High Yield Tomato Plants: 50-80 lbs per Plant

High Yield Tomato Plants: 50-80 lbs per Plant Home grown tomatoes are simply the best. They offer much more flavor than those sold at the grocery stores and even at many markets. Growing your own tomatoes is a great way for you and family to enjoy lots of fresh (and …

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