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I had a church sweatshirt years ago, red with white letters. They told us to soak it in cold salt water before washing, and always wash in cold water.
First, is there an insignia on it? That messes up the whole plan. I've tried using a marker on small bleach spots, but with no success, although I have a friend who has successfully used a black marker on a black cotton shirt. I would opt to dye the entire shirt. One thing to consider is the fabric. Synthetics don't take and hold dye like cotton fabrics do. RIT fabric dye, however, makes a formula for synthetics, which I assume would work for cotton/synthetic blends. I would try to find a color, as close as possible to the original color of the shirt and dye the whole thing it by soaking for an extended period of time - a day or two. The bleached area, being basically colorless may take longer than it would if it were all one color. If you soak it long enough it may take the dye evenly. Just "stir" it a bit now and then to keep the coloring process even. Whatever you choose to do, you can't lose because the shirt isn't wearable they way it is.
I think that's pretty normal. I had planned on introducing the new kitty to my female kitty by keeping him (the new one) in my room the first night and letting her have "her" house. The new kitty escaped from the cardboard carrier and got the run of the house, while my female retreated to the bedroom for the night and slept with me. The next day there was hissing and growling, and my female laid down the law. Within a few days they were sleeping together. The main thing is to continue to show your resident cat plenty of attention, not letting her think you're taking attention away from her and giving it to the new kitty. Also, always feed her first, since she's not the senior cat. Your new kitty is the junior cat. Eventually, they'll work our their "pecking order."
I would keep them separate for awhile and introduce them slowly. The older one may never accept the younger one, and you may have to find it a new home if it is being abused.
Introducing a new cat/kitten to an older resident cat can be tricky and what works for one cat may not always work for another. Since you have already introduced them some troubles have probably already started but if you will take the time to read some suggestions you may find one or two that will work in your home.
I considered my best move was to keep them separated (until they are adjusted to each other) and switch rooms every few days but leave all of the bedding in the room - this way they gently become accustomed to each others scent.
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That might work but my experience is, from the floor anyway, that it builds up and becomes dull looking.
You saved my life!!! I was so upset when I found a blue ink stain on my red Prada wallet...and was very afraid of trying anything that might damage the leather...but a drop of antibacterial and bit of rubbing with my fingers took it right off. Thank you!!!
I am not sure why the photo didn't post on the main page. I never make that mistake so sorry.
Do you still have those furnitures
Thank you! This is the exact answer I was looking for!
The majority of veterinarians say that normal healthy dogs do not usually need vitamins as they should be getting what they need in a good dog food (but maybe not in home cooked meals). That being said, is there a reason you are asking about multivitamins other than you just want to make sure your dog stays healthy?
Dogs may need supplements at different times in their lives but a supplement should be recommended by your vet that is for whatever health issue your dog has (usually not a multivitamin).
I would suggest reading what a couple of very good dog MD sites say about this issue before starting with vitamins.
If you still want to check on supplements then here is a good site and most brands are found at box stores or pet stores.
There are many available online and at stores like Petco and PetSmart. Here is a link:
Most dogs get a complete diet and don't need multivitamins. If you really want to give it to your dog, ask the vet first.
There seems to be very little known about actual dates/years most Mersman table were made and there does not seem to be a list anywhere that even antique dealers can rely on.
Dealers usually try to go by the actual type of marks on the underside of the tables and that is the reason that most tables will just say "mid-century". I have never been able to find a list that shows Mersman numbers (like #7643) that relate to actual years as they used a different numbering system at different times and they manufactured millions of items.
There were so many tables manufactured that most are not really very valuable (usually $40 - 200.00 dollars) and they are not fast movers on auction sites. Furniture is very costly (and difficult) to ship so many auctions will state "pick-up only" - no shipping.
You may want to try selling through your local sites (Craigslist) Google your zip and ask about selling items in your locale. I would suggest listing at a good price and lower if necessary.
There is a lot of information on ThriftyFun as there are lots of questions and most have similar answers. If you can find your table on eBay you may get an idea as to what someone is ASKING for their tables.
A set of two of them sold on eBay last year for $400.
Instead of using bleach I use straight white vinegar works like a charm
The face does. I'm not sure about the body. You could do a DNA test to be sure.
From the last photo, it looks it... but from the first two it looks like a mix
The face looks like a pitbull. Only a DNA test will give you certain answers.
It's definitely got the pure bred head shape. Look out for muscular shoulders, too, as it grows up.
Use Goo Gone and rinse well to remove odor
Instructions for removal:
Remove the entire unit if you no longer wish to use the Bounce Dryer Bar. Turn your dryer to a high heat setting for about five minutes to soften the adhesive, then slip a plastic spatula under the bar holder to release it from your dryer. Scrape off any excess adhesive and discard the bar holder. Once removed, the bar holder will no longer adhere to the dryer.
Sounds simple - right? There are many complaints about the problems people have had removing this bar/holder and many say it damaged their dryer. Im not sure you can remove it safely but I cannot find any other instructions other than the first paragraph statement.
Bounce bars have been discontinued and no one expects them to ever be made again. Bounce stated it was due to low sales but most people believe it was due to many, many complaints. It appears the word "bars" has been removed from the Bounce web site and some say they will not discuss the dryer bars over the phone or contact.
The only things that people are saying works is Goo-Gone or WD-40. Some have used it to remove the entire bar and others say they used it to remove the glue. It would take quite a bit of cleaning to remove the residue/smell of either product but I think you probably could by drying several loads of old sheets or towels before putting any regular clothes in your dryer.
Just in case anyone thought no one liked these bars - take a look at what they are selling for on Amazon and eBay.
Stain stick should work well.
Since you have an outdoor area, I would suggest you wet the item, pour some of your liquid detergent or dish washing soap and let set for a few minutes, take a medium stiff brush (fingernail brush would work) and gently scrub the area to loosen the poo. Rinse thoroughly immediately and see if gunk is gone. If stained, spray with spot remover and wash in medium water so as not to set a stain.
Check it before putting in a dryer and if stain remains try to put outside in sunlight and keep wet with just clear water - generally works every time.
Try a mixture of very hot water and peroxide with a brush
I was saddened to find out St. Jude is no longer accepting cards. But then I read your post. My husband and I are downsizing and I have kept 46 years worth of Christmas cards. We'd love for them to go to good use. Would you be interested in them? I will cut them down and won't send any with writing on the back of the front side. Do you have any other stipulations? Ricki Stroud
It is a Common Kukri, not venomous, very small, babies eat insects while adults like eggs and mice. Thank you for setting it free =)
The snake that looks most like your picture is the banded racer. That snake was not poisonous.
i am not sure anyone on this site could give you a really accurate answer other than showing different photos but you can ask your question and send a photo to this site (be sure to tell them where you are located).
I've got a bag of wine corks, I wonder if these would be ok to use
Does he need any part of his car that he's been wanting?
You could get him a gift card to a store that he goes to that sells car or dirt bike supplies.
I'm so sorry. If you plant again get some squirrel spray. It will help keep them away. Try it with the less expensive ones first, though.
Good luck! Let us know if it worked!
Very cleaver!! This could really come in handy
Are you sure this is a spider beetle and not a bedbug? I think there is an entirely different protocol (and not all of them require professional help)...
From Orkin: If an infestation of spider beetles already exists in the home, the first step to removing the problem is tracking down the food source. Place sticky traps near known and suspected food sources to track the activity of the elusive pests. Any contaminated food should be promptly removed. For especially large infestations, seek the services of an experienced pest control professional.
i would get a home pet spray that's safe for you like this one:
Yes, it is a type of mold. Put bleach solution in a garden sprayer (the kind you would use for weed killer) and spray on the surface, then rinse off with pressure washer on a medium/low setting. (NEVER run bleach through your pressure washer, it could cause damage and will definitely void your warranty) I would advise doing a section at a time, since it is on the ceiling, this will minimize the drips of bleach solution you have to deal with.
Mold can grow wherever it is humid. Wash with a diluted bleach solution and a brush
Sounds like a great alternative to canned soup!! Yum!
Beautiful. Mine did so poorly, I trashed the bulbs. Maybe they're more suited for growing in the Northwest.
Ifound some at bed bath and beyonds online. a set of 6 was 2.99
I never kill any bee, only wasps. Got a big fly yesterday with the hairspray, sent it mad for a while lol
This worked so good
Yes, cockatiels make wonderful pets.
Thank you for your concern. I work from home so, I am able to monitor the cage which is in front of my desk. If I go somewhere I will bring the cage inside.
Cockatiels make wonderful pets. I hand rear babies & I always get very attached to the wee ones. I must warn you though that having a bird outside can attract prey birds to the cage. These prey birds ie; hawks, blackbirds etc will harass the caged birds to death by landing on the cages & in the case of hawks & eagles will smash their beaks into the body of the pet birds. I send this message in the kindest way possible but just be aware to have the bird out of site of wild birds when outside. Best wishes.
Thank you. I can't wait to make a batch.
Thanks for posting this answer because now I can make these too ;)
I believe this is it. 5 points for 6 muffins.
These are a little heavy, but VERY satisfying... ENJOY!!
WW Pumpkin Muffins
6 tbs Flour
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 tsp Cinnamon
2 tsp Pumpkin Pie Seasoning
2/3 cup Instant nonfat Milk
8 pkgs Sweet & Low
2 Eggs, beaten
1 tsp Vanilla
1 cup Pumpkin
1/2 cup Carrots, grated
1/4 cup Raisins
Combine dry ingredients (first 6).
In separate bowl, combine eggs and vanilla.
Add pumpkin and mix well.
Add dry ingredients, carrots and raisins.
Spray muffin pan with Pam.
Divide into 12 muffins as evenly as possible.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
6 Muffins - 5 Points
I do know that some of the Hospice Thrift stores will take fabric and it would be going to a good cause.
Here are some located near you (call first and ask)
Lol sounds fun
You can still have a nice party and be on a budget. It is all about who you invite and the entertainment you all have with each other.
Perhaps a nice pool party. Easy food like pizza, chips, finger foods.
I would take advantage of the nice weather and go to a beach or pool. Pack sandwiches and drinks. Go back to your house for cake and ice cream.
One of the best low budget parties Ive been to was at a free farmer's market that had free live music. Its oudoorsy, its fun, its free :)
This is fantastic.
I have a square foot garden, too. I have a chain-link fence, and I use that for vertical gardening.
Do you cut long stem off when stops blooming?
Bleach doesn't harm the ground water. It breaks down within 12 hours an becomes insert. That's why restaurants using it to sanitize dishes have to change it every 2 hours. You can safely plant on top of a bleach treated area as soon as the next day.
Yes, get rid of the over-the-range microwave and get a counter top microwave and replace it with a vented hood that vents outside and not into the kitchen which mostly accumulates grease on the cabinets above the range but sprays all over the kitchen. Over-the-range microwaves are very poorly designed when it comes to venting.
Write a speech in which you thank the organizers and explain how you to use the money to improve you life
Try putting out moth balls, they smell really bad, however in an open space its not too bad. Rodents and snakes do not like the smell of them. We put them under the house and under the hood of my car.(no rodents coming back so far.) The stores also have a lavender scented one, it does not smell as bad as the original ones.
My friend,who is a vet told,me to buy Teramyacin ointment. You can get it at d&b, zamziws, farm stores, etc. IT'S TOTALLY AMAZING, works like magic!
You can buy something called Screen Mend. It was featured on Shark Tank and is available at many stores and on Amazon. You attach it with the heat of a blow dryer.
You can buy the same type of screening material and glue the repair pieces to the existing screen.
It is not normal. Your dog could have parasites. Call the vet.
Yes, contact your vet. Bloody mucus can be a reaction from the vaccinations. Although, this can also be a sign of something much more serious. Theirs a wide range of reasons for concern. All of which is because bloody mucus is not normal.
Yes i have the problem more with dark clothing and towels as well as certain fabrics as I've noticed. But usually all items are darkly colored. Several of my family members have this problem as well and we all live in the country but have city water. I clean houses for a living and i do laundry at various locations and my customers clothing doesn't smell like this outta the dryer. They all live in the city. They also have "He" machines and seem to all use dye and fragrance free detergents as well as dryer balls instead of softeners or sheets in the dryer. So ive read most all these replies and im beginning to think that i have very hard water, use too much Tide and downy and I'm gona clean out my dryer vent hose. If this works I'm going to need to get the existing smell out of the clothing we have already laundered bc ive had this problem for years. Praying this works bc i wear all black to work EVERYDAY and alot of my casual clothing is dark so I smell this ALL the time. It's sickening.
you can buy new wicks from a company called 'scent fill' online
What a cutie!! He looks like a purebred but pretty young to just go by looks. Do you know the father and mother? It is nice if you do as they are the best way to tell what he might look like later.
DNA testing is available so you might want to check that out later (if you really want or need to know if he is a purebred).
DNA test kits are available at many pet stores, on-line (Amazon) and your vet. Usually the test at the vet is the most expensive. DNA tests usually cost between $65 to $200 dollars.
Here are some links to check out for information on DNA testing.
Yes maam judy, because most of my citizens in my country has been struck of lightning because of those kinds of umbrella.
I am looking for it to have you got the pattern I can have
I know what I'd do to you if ditto, knuckle stagger.
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Wow! How cool. Perfect for Fourth of July!
Sprinkle pepper around the area. The cats will be bothered by their spicy paws at grooming time, and, with habitual application, will learn that your property is the culprit. You can temporarily keep them from spending time in a certain area by sprinkling plenty of pepper around.
Sprinkle pepper under your porch, in your shed, on your back patio, or wherever you see cats playing or napping.
Pepper works on grass, too, but you will have to reapply it frequently, especially after heavy rains.
This gives the buzzword 'functionality' a whole new meaning. Great!
It's totally from what you eat. If I eat too much refined sugar, that skunk-like smell comes out of my sweat. Increasing exercise and eating cleaner (lots of greens, healthy protein and water) makes this smell go away.
You just read my mind! I was wondering what else I can use. Thanks soooo much!
Bleach and white clothes great but I add lemon juice to
I use peroxide and baking soda
I have a friend who passed away from a "caused cancer". She said she thought it was from using this product when cleaning bathrooms. She was a housekeeper. Says she sprayer it on the shower door, let it set while she cleaned the rest of the bathroom, all the while inhaling the fumes.
Salt is not at all plant friendly. And this mixture will kill anything it comes into contact with
A drawback to calling authorities is the permanence of the people. If the people stay in the home, the conflict could grow. Try to find a civil solution. I am buying an animal safe deterrent to teach the animal to stay away from my property since the owner can't be taught. I once complained about my mailman not thinking he knew where I lived. He has never said a word to me and the service didn't improve much. Lesson learned...by me.
Something might have frightened her two weeks ago. Set up a strict walking and meal schedule. Take away food between meals. Praise her when she does go outside for
Try Raid for ants and roaches. Spray all over the can and trash.
Thank you!! I will look into both ideas, I would like to keep both sides if possible so I might try darning first, if that doesn't work I will look into reinforcing with a similar color blanket. Thank you!!
Can you please give the name of the multivitamin you use for your dogs and where I might purchase them as well? Thank you!
I just went through this with my boxer. We were in bed and he jumped off but he did puke and hit every wall going to the back door where he struck it and fell over. He died pretty much within 5 mins of this. Earlier in the night we found a tick bite and he was on meds for tick bites so I called the vet and they said with his syptoms of looking like he was suffering paralysis that it may have affected him enough to cause his back end dropping. But the other thing was he was panting abnormally but was a hotter day. So we thought a little stress from tick bite and the heat. We monitored him for a few hours before bed as recommended but quickly led to his death. Little did we know he was suffering from some heart failure. Please watch for signs of heart attack with your pets. I didn't know what was happening and now I've been grieving for almost two weeks and blaming myself. I should mention shortly after we talked to vet we noticed his eyes looked glazed and had a confused look. He had no interest on food either. I am regretting not just telling the vet we were bringing him in. I feel I neglected the signs and now I'm extremely hurt I have lost my sweet boy. He had just turned 7.
I also put my undies with each outfit.
Cute dolls but not worth very much and difficult to sell at almost any price.
Judy has a good idea - if you know of some deserving little girl it would make a nice gift as they do not generally care if the value is low.
You could also donate it to a local church or Hospice thrift store as they will probably be able to sell it for more money than you could.
These dolls are mass produced and are not worth much. Find a little girl who will enjoy it.
From what I have read, it is very hard to remove. Slippery tires are dangerous. I would invest in new ones.
Puppies should be fed three to four times a day. Spread out the food and see what happens.
I could not locate very much information on a push reel mower but Jacobsen is a good name in mowers so you might be able to get information from one of these sites.