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December 10, 20140 found this helpful

In step #10 regarding spooning the caramel sauce over the top, where does that extra caramel sauce come from? i.e., since you previously had said to make sure to use it up. Is there that much extra when you pop the cooked flans out of the pan? Many thanks for sharing.

October 20, 20140 found this helpful

You could check dental schools in your area where students will perform work on patients as part of their studies, or try to see if something on this website works for you in your area. Good luck!

http://www.nidc  h.gov/oralhealth ... blications/findinglowcostdentalcare/

December 9, 20130 found this helpful

This tip looks fabulous, and I can't wait to try it... have to find that right kind of sock though to match my dirty blonde hair.

Thanks for the pictures, too... made it easy to see how to do it, and I don't think I could have tried it without actually seeing the steps that way.

January 9, 20130 found this helpful

If there is a toilet in the area on the floor above that ceiling, you could also check the toilet bowl seal to see if that is leaking. It involves cutting a whole in the sheetrock in the ceiling where your stain is, and then having someone else on the floor above flush the toilet. The person down below then with a flashlight looks to see if each flush produces any water dripping. You'll want to be flushing a handful of times continuously. And remember, that water will always run along a beam or a straight line surface until it hits something that then makes it drip, so the cause of the stain and leak does not have to be directly above where the stain or wet spot appears on a ceiling.

Good luck! It's always a real PIA finding the cause of these things in the walls when you can't visibly see the cause. BTW, the toilet bowl seal is a thick wax ring that goes on the floor and then the toilet bowl sits down on that wax ring and forms a seal so the toilet doesn't leak. If the floor isn't very stiff, any rocking motion or movement in the floor can break that seal and then it leaks each time you flush the toilet.

June 18, 20120 found this helpful

Correction - it's spelled Chillow Pillow - Amazon also carries them.

And also a link to make your own cooling neckties

http://www.pion  _coolingtie.html

Again, I find the Moisture Crystals that Home Depot sells in the garden department work perfect.

June 18, 20120 found this helpful

I recommend buying the Chillo Pillow - Drugstore.com sells them. You'll sleep like a baby. Also, if you can sew, making some cooling neckties for during the day. You can fill the tube with 1 tbsp. of the Moisture Crystals that Home Depot sells in their garden department.

If you don't know what cooling neckties are, you can Google websites that sell them. It's basically a tube of material that ties around your neck. You fill the tube with the moisture crystals and wet the whole thing, tie it around your neck, and you'll keep your body temperature down.

A lot of people also sell these during the summer at music festivals and craft fairs. Super easy to make some for yourself, and in colors and fabrics that you like best. 100% cotton fabric is best.

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