4 Ways To Use Diatomaceous Earth Around Your Home

4 Ways To Use Diatomaceous Earth Around Your Home

4 Ways To Use Diatomaceous Earth Around Your Home What is a toothpaste additive that looks like moon dust, is created by algae, and can help you transport dynamite? It may sound like a random trivia question, but the answer is one that could definitely come in handy when it …

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6 Simple, Affordable, and Effective Blackhead Hacks

6 Simple, Affordable, and Effective Blackhead Hacks

6 Simple, Affordable, and Effective Blackhead Hacks  They are unsightly, unwelcome, and perhaps worst of all, they show up right in the middle of your face. Black heads can be one of the most frustrating things we deal with when it comes to how our skin looks and feels, but …

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20 DIY Pallet Projects for Your Homestead

Pallet Projects for the Homestead

20 DIY Pallet Projects for Your Homestead Pallets are very much in trend these days with an estimated 2 billion pallets being used every day, and many more just lying around, no wonder there are so many projects that can be done using pallets. Everyone prefers to have at least one …

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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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5 Home Remedies for an Irritating Sore Throat

5 Home Remedies for an Irritating Sore Throat

5 Home Remedies for an Irritating Sore Throat Fall to spring brings on a higher amount of colds for most people. Sore throats go hand in hand with colds and the flu. Any increase in mucus or development of a cough can lead to a sore throat. Sore throats are …

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13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard

13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard

13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard For most people, the end of summer and approach of autumn means cooler temperatures, harvest time for crops, and of course, the vibrant colors of changing leaves. For those looking to grow trees or shrubs, however, the approaching fall means it …

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Making an Automatic Chicken Waterer

Making an Automatic Chicken Waterer

Easy Steps To Making an Automatic Chicken Waterer Chickens don’t require a lot of complicated care steps, but they do need an abundance of water to lay the eggs we want. You will find yourself making the walk to your chicken coop several times throughout the day to ensure your chickens …

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15 Secret Hiding Spots In Your Home

15 Secret Hiding Spots In Your Home

15 Secret Hiding Spots In Your Home Got some cash or valuables to hide? Try one of these clever, simple ways to hide those items from all but the smartest, most determined crooks. Hideaway storage can be fun to use and make, and can play an important part in protecting items in …

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20+ Household Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

20+ Household Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

20+ Household Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide Nearly every home has a bottle of hydrogen peroxide sitting in the medicine cabinet. Long used as a first aid treatment for cuts and scrapes, this bubbly mix of water and H2O2 has been shown to heal infections as severe as gangrene through simple …

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10 Pollinator Plants – Bring Bees to Your Garden

10 Pollinator Plants - Bring Bees To Your Garden

10 Pollinator Plants  – Bring Bees To Your Garden Spring is in the air and in the ground. The soil is warm enough for planting but before you rush out to buy hybrid flowers from the big box stores, think about what kinds of plants will most benefit your local …

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16 Surprising Foods/Ingredients That Will Never Expire

16 Surprising Foods/Ingredients That Will Never Expire

16 Surprising Foods/Ingredients That Will Never Expire A lot of canned and dried foods have a long shelf-life, up to 5 years or more. However most foods, no matter how well packaged or stored, will eventually lose their nutritional value and spoil. There are, however, a handful of foods that can …

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How To Self Service Your Lawn Mower and Save Money

How To Self Service Your Lawn Mower and Save Money

How To Self Service Your Lawn Mower and Save Money Around where I live the small engine retail and service stores charge $75 an hour to work on lawn mowers and ride-on tractors. Most people can do the necessary basic service themselves and keep their mower running smoothly for years. …

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