I came across this list of websites the other day. bookmarked it and simply have to share it with you. As you watch this video you can pause it and go and check out the links you are interested in - enjoy,I did:
Most stains can be removed with the right stain-remover and the right information on how to remove them. Good idea to keep an alphabetical file on possible stains and how to remove them. Here are 16, relatively simple stain removing hacks that don't use chemical that you have to order from the never-never land, with thanks to Instructables: Click the pic to enjoy the information
For those who cannot afford the high subscriptions, here are some alternatives that work as well. After watching follow this link to find out more:
Jokes aside, this virtual piano can become addictive. It is played with the letters and numbers on the computer's keyboard, and the website provides music, from very basic to increasingly complicated as you get the hand of it. The piano itself has a good sound. For me and my touch typing skills this was instant success, since you open one window containing the alphabetical song-sheet and another window with the piano (which can be tiny). Now without have to look at the piano or the keyboard, I can concentrate solely on producing the music - Click the pic to have fun with it:
Here in the 21st century we like things clear, uncluttered and with clean lines (at least many do). This makes your environment easy to arrange and very simple and quick to clean and tidy up. The designs in the following video satisfy all these requirements, while not losing sight of the need for beauty. Enjoy:
No room to work in the house and no room for storage - go to the garden - with a garden shed makeover that's not expensive and looks great, from instructables. On the sideline, the garden is a quiet and beautiful place to work - a few tubs of good-smelling in herbs at the entrance make it even more appealing:
This is a fantastic opportunity for people from all over the world and all walks of life to get a higher education. This type of school and long overdue and the founder is a visionary. Anyone who can effect the general level of education in the world has the ability to change the world for the better. Watch this video and learn all about it: University of the People
These ideas are relatively simple and clever - and though you do need a handyman around the house - this video makes you fingers itch to start a project:
Take off the cover - usually tied on with ties, or elasticized (look underneath and you will soon figure out the method)
Place a thick piece of quilt batting on the board and let it hang over the sides. You could also use an old blanket that has been doubled over. Now cut the batting in the shape of the board, about 5 inches away from the board. Do not do this where the board is joined to the iron-holder, just cut is level with the board here. Take your ironing board cover and sew ties on either side of it - 2 at the bottom and 2 at the top. These will be used to tie the cover on since the whole setup is a lot thicker now. Make sure you don't sew them in a place where you will prevent the board from opening and closing.
Once the ties are on, place the cover on top of the batting (or old blanketing, which you treat in exactly the same way). Make sure that it is tied on in the same way that you took it off, and then tie the ties that you have made in place. That's it - you have a well padded ironing board, that will do wonders for your ironing now.
This short video explains it all - learn to recognize these types and know how to deal with them - at: youtheentrepreneur.
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