Removing Stubborn Pet Hair from Clothes. Tips in Action:

By Tia Cristy

 

Tips in Action: Removing Stubborn Pet Hair from Clothes.

 

It can be a hassle to have a wardrobe of light clothes with a dark colored pet, and vise versa with dark clothes. Some materials are not pet friendly at all, …for example wool. Everything sticks to it. But truthfully, why go without a jacket you love? There’s an easy trick to actually remove the pesky pet hair.

If you’ve tried the lint roller and it just won’t cut it, remember, duct tape fixes everything. Take a strip of tape and apply it to the garment and apply a smoothing pressure and peel off quickly. It should pull up that stubborn hair. Repeat process if necessary.

Everybody loves to snuggle up with their pets. But, you also love your clothes, so use this tip to leave the fear of everyone else noticing how much you love your pet.

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Getting Melted Candle Wax Out of Glass.

By Tia Cristy

Getting Melted Candle Wax Out of Glass.

 

Lighting votive candles can bring a beautiful ambiance to a room, but once they burn down it’s hard to get the left over wax out of the glass holder.

A quick tip to get that wax to pop out effortlessly is, once the candle and glass cool completely, place in the freezer overnight.

The next day, remove from the freezer. Use a spoon handle and push wax from one side and the remaining wax should come out in a complete mass. If it still gives some trouble break the seal of the wax to candle and try again.

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Last Day of the Mayan Calendar and you need a Quickie.

By Tia Cristy

Last Day of the Mayan Calendar and you need a Quickie.

So who knows what today really brings as the Mayans hard work comes to an end. But I imagine somewhere and some how, life will go on procreating. But, lets just say you need some help in the lubrication department and your partner is allergic or sensitive to consumer products.

I recommend this anyway; it’s a natural, olive oil. Olive oil can be used safely for him and her a like. It’s got anti-fungal and anti-bacteria properties, it’s all natural with no synthetic chemicals and most important it’s slippery.

So put olive oil to use in places other than the kitchen. If you have an allergy to olives, almond, sesame, or coconut could work too, but most of those have a higher percentage of allergy sufferers than olive oil, so know yours and your partners allergies before you practice procreation. 

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By Tia Cristy

Hurricanes, Extra Tips the News Doesn’t Tell You.

By Tia Cristy

Special Tips Edition

Major weather is hitting the east coast. Hurricanes are making their presence known in all states east of the Mississippi. I know you’re getting flooded (literately) from the news stations, with tips to stay safe, but here are a few safety tips you should use when facing a major weather crisis no matter where you are in the world.

If it’s a mandatory evacuation, do it. You can only protect your stuff to a certain point. Make sure in the car you have packed all your necessities you will need for at least a week. You never know if you’ll need them or not, but it’s best to have more than less.

Take a roll of toilet paper and paper towels to keep in the car, you never know when you’ll need them.

Bring food. It may take hours to get where you are going and stopping for a bite to eat may not be an option.

Bring games, easy ones of course. If you have kids, make sure you have games for them and for you as well.

Remember, frustrations can get high in evacuation settings, so be sure to instruct the kids on keeping noise levels down and refrain from arguing, as well as assuring them that there is presently no danger. You don’t want them to panic silently if they see you’re chafed.

If you don’t have to leave; I’m sure you’ve heard all the important things needed to keep close and dry. Like flashlights, batteries, radio, insurance papers (keep in a large freezer bag) and bottled water.

Here are a few more tips the news hasn’t mentioned and you may not have thought of; keep lighters in a location where they will stay dry and are easy to find, but also get books of matches. This is good to have in case the lighters get wet or lose fluid. Dip the match head and strike strip in hot wax. (Blow out the candle before dipping the book of matches, you don’t want it to ignite the matches by accident.) This will waterproof the matches.

Next tip, fill the bathtub with water. This is good if for any reason the water in source becomes contaminated or you need power for your water supply. This water can be used to flush toilets, clean clothes, wash dishes etc. Keep a small bucket next to the tub to transport water to another area to do such things, keep the tub water clean for as long as you can.

And last but probably important, while still with power, keep your cell phone on the charge. You don’t want to lose power and have less than half battery life in the middle of the storm.

Stay safe and may she not leave behind too much of a mess for all those she comes to visit. 

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