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August 25, 20140 found this helpful

I use them for paperclips, hair clips or hairbands,screws and nails, seeds, and twist ties. Normally I would store the cat food in them after it comes out of the can. I have even used them for tea bags.

August 25, 20140 found this helpful

I use diatomaceous earth food grade for spiders, Japanese beetles, fleas, and other bugs. Never see them after I apply this inside or out. You need to reapply if it gets wet. The bugs dry up. I bought it on Amazon and have used the same container from several years ago. It last a long time and you only need to sprinkle it where you want to get rid of the bugs. It is safe to use.

August 25, 20140 found this helpful

How about "Mommies caring kiddie care".

August 25, 20140 found this helpful

Possibly "Inner Sanctum or Inner Serenity". I'm not sure what type of decoration business it is. If it is more of party type maybe "Balloons and More" or for weddings,showers "Creative Happenings".

August 25, 20140 found this helpful

I use moroccan argan oil on my ends and work through my hair. You only need a small amount and put it in your palm and rub together and rub it in your hair. I have also used coconut oil the same way. For several years I would use hair serums that had dimethicone them and it worked good but I use all these products when it gets very humid out. I only wash my hair 2 times a week so I use a little each day. Only use a little bit at a time or it can look oily. My hair drinks this up so I need to re- apply every day. I use it on dry hair although you can use it on wet but I tend to put too much on then.

July 11, 20110 found this helpful

I have used low growing sedum groundcover for sunny areas for years and they really choke out the weeds. I have found with the vinca and ivy goundcover that weeds grow through so I have used sweet woodruff, adjuga, and packasandra in the shady areas.

August 27, 20100 found this helpful

I had it 10 years ago. A nurse practitioner advised me to see a massage therapist to work on my arms. He helped me tremendously and told me about a book to guide me for self treatment. It's called "The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook Second Edition, by Clair Davies with Amber Davies. I was pain free in 8 months and when I start to feel any soreness in my arms, I go by the suggestions in the book. It's not hard to do and you can use a ball in a sock to massage, not your hands. It's helped me and several of my friends. Good luck.

July 24, 20100 found this helpful
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Try dabbing Round-Up concentrate on a few of the leaves with an artist brush in the spring and fall. I did this in my lawn last year and it didn't come back this year. You can over seed the area in the early spring if there is a bare spot.

July 24, 20100 found this helpful

The best time to transplant a hibiscus is when it is dormant. I have transplanted them in early spring before they put out green shoots. I have transplanted garden phlox in the spring and seem to get so many seedlings every spring so I dig them out and give them away.

July 15, 20100 found this helpful

It looks like a bonfire begonia.

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