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Garbage Enzyme - Multipurpose Uses & Safer and Cleaner Alternative I have been using Garbage Enzyme for several months now.My papaya tree is flourishing so are other plants (note: do not overuse).Mix Garbage Enzyme with my shampoo so that the toxic chemicals are neutralized by the Garbage Enzyme.Take out foul odors from toilet - only bleach comes close and as fast as Garbage Enzyme.Mix also with floor cleaners as we have a 'stockpile' of floor cleaners so have to use it all; floors are squeaky clean. Garbage Enzyme can be used as an alternative to bleach and other cleaning compounds.It can effectively used as:- as a household cleaning liquid - to remove foul odors, molds and grime in the kitchen and toilet - as an anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent - to drive away insects - to clean carpets and remove ticks - for laundry washing and ironing - for mopping floors - for cleaning cars What is Garbage Enzyme? Dr Rosukon's Garbage Enzyme is a complex organic substance of protein chains and mineral salts and juvenile hormones. Direction for use:
vOITURE CAR RAPPEL RECALL - How to check if your car was recalled but not fixed - LA Times Car owners and buyers will be able to look up whether a vehicle has been recalled and fixed under a new federal program launched late Tuesday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has developed an online search tool where drivers can find out if a specific car has been recalled and why. The car companies will have to provide at least 15 years of data for the tool, at and update their information every seven days. The program comes as manufacturers are recalling millions more vehicles than at any other time in U.S. history, about 46 million vehicles so far this year. That's almost 1 of every 5 cars in the U.S. and eclipses the annual recall record of 30.8 million vehicles set in 2004. The tool will give drivers "the peace of mind knowing that the vehicle they own, or that they are thinking of buying or renting, is free of safety defects," NHTSA Deputy Administrator David Friedman said.
Pet Bed Step by Step Maybe it was all the adorable puppies on other peoples blogs? Maybe I just didn't want to tackle a drugery project like closet cleaning? Whatever it was, I spent the better part of Sunday on a pet bed for Brooklyn Limestone's very own mascot, Big Cat. Four Homemade Cleaners This was easier than I thought it would be. One of Betsy’s goals for the year was to ditch some of our standard cleaners that we use around the house and make them! Honestly, I was a bit skeptical about this project mainly because I wasn’t sure that homemade cleaners would really get the job done. And my lovely wife is a bit of a neat freak so there’s no way she would use something that didn’t perform well. So a couple of weekends ago she went out and bought a few staple ingredients and some empty spray bottles and we spent a few minutes mixing up four different homemade cleaners that have since replaced 90% of the cleaners we use around the house.
Was a Recalled Car Fixed? Answer Is Now a Click Away - NYTimes.com Photo A new online search tool allows consumers to type in a vehicle identification number, or VIN, to check on whether recall repairs have been completed on a specific car, truck or motorcycle. The service, which began Wednesday, is available on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website or the sites of individual automakers. Home Work - The TP Flower Project Some months ago I stumbled upon a really fun DIY with your kids blog post. While I have no kids, I still thought of saving that post and perhaps even try it myself one day (with or without kids...). Time passed and I completely forgot about it, until about a couple of months ago when I was going through my never ending "bookmarked web links" and I found it again. This time I left that page open and started working on it. At first I had to save every empty toilet paper roll. My someone thought I was crazy.
How to Use Lemon Juice to Replace Toxic Chemicals in Your Home You don’t have to waste money on toxic chemicals to clean your home, treat a cold, or pamper your skin. Lemon juice is a simple, natural alternative that can replace countless bottles of over-priced chemicals. 10 creative ways to use lemon juice How to prevent wasps from nesting on your property VICTORIA – Barbecues and backyard gatherings are a summertime staple in Canada, and so are wasps, the uninvited guests with a painful sting. As the season continues, wasps become more aggressive and homeowners may begin to notice more nests around their property. Kurtis Brown, technical supervisor at Victoria Pest Control, says while his business is dealing with between 10 and 15 wasp nests per day, it is hard to quantify whether there are more of the insects this season.
Consumer Reports: Top Child Safety Seats Consumer Reports tests to find the best child safety seats. The latest research shows children are safest if kept in a rear-facing car seat until the age of two, but most children will outgrow their infant seats much earlier. For newborns, infant car seats are the best option. They provide the best fit, are convenient and they face backwards — the safest option for babies up to two years old.