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Refrigerator Fiberglass Exposure

The fiberglass itself is not really a serious hazard like asbestos would be, unless it gets into your food or on containers. Not a good idea to have exposed fiberglass near your food however. You should seal the hole with duct tape or something to keep the fiberglass from getting on your stuff. If the missing piece of door is too big or you can not confine the fiberglass, you should consider getting a new fridge ASAP

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1. What happened to my painted walls?

Flat (i.e. non-glossy) paint tends to hold onto stains more than glossy or semi-gloss paint. Maybe the walls are done in semi-gloss or gloss, and the door was painted with a flat finish paint. Typically, if one uses flat paint on walls, they will often choose a semi-gloss for the doors and door frames, as those tend to get fingerprints and need cleaning more than the walls, and it cleans up easier than flat paint.

2. What can I do with used motor oil?

Do not use it for anything, it's an environmental hazard.Just get rid of it in the least impactful way.Used motor oil has a plethora of bad chemicals and compounds in it that eliminate for another use once it has been inside your engine for an extended period of time. Aside from the hydrocarbons there is lead, phosphorous, berium, zinc, bromine, aluminum, arsenic, calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, silicon, sodium, tin, toluene, benzene, xylene and ethylbenzene among others. Most auto parts stores in Western Europe and N. America will allow you to pour into their waste containers for free and a service company will pick it up for recycling and reuse for other purposes like door hinge lubricant. The most socially conscious and morally responsible action is to recycle. There is also Nietzsche's argument that we all have a moral obligation based upon our innate contract with society when we are born to what is best for our society. Most philosophical disciplines would drive to a moral standard that states you are obligated to recycle until there is a better less impactful solution that comes about through the evolution of technology. This also provides a great example for those that surround you. Young or old, our behaviors are inherited from others and recycling is a great behavior to pass on to others

Refrigerator Fiberglass Exposure 2

3. What are some useful things to hang jewelry on?

This might be kinda weird but i take wire coat hangers and bend them so that I can hang jewelery from them. then you can just hang it in ur closet or door for easy access

4. How can I make my super small room look way bigger?

First of all why black? Your room is too small for a dark colour. But anyway you have chosen black. So add a mirror along the one wall to make the room seem much bigger.... Add alot of white to your room preferably the floor, door and ceilings so that it isnt compacted in. Add a splash of colour with your linen and pillows. Your room should look bigger and you havent changed the colour of your walls- GOODLUCK!

5. Help- Best Place in House for Thermostat?

Try leaving the bedroom door open and closing the heat register some. With door closed your not circulating the air in the bedroom your just filling it with heated air that can not be circulated as well when the door is closed

6. Why is a steel security door safe if they can break the glass, slide their hand in, and unlock the door?

I have the same door and same concern. I use door armor with the night lock kick plate. Intruders can unlock the door but not reach down to remove the plate. All doors are are blocked in this manner when we are home. One is left unblocked but locked and deadbolted when we are not. A good alarm will determine most intruders or at least make it easier to articulate why you felt threatened and put two rounds center mass. If you are not home, your home owners insurance will cover it provided you have kept appropriate records. Take sensible precautions but do not stress over it. Just my two cents. Good luck

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In the Shadow of My Mother's Suicide
In the Shadow of My Mother's Suicide
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I remembered my mother had cried just this way and I closed my eyes against the shame that I hadn't understood her better, that I had blamed her for giving up. I felt like a traitor.I had been hiding my depression fairly well -- following each day's routines -- but still it gnawed away in my gut like a wolf in a trap, and at last it gathered itself for the attack. At my younger son's bar mitzvah in October, I had gotten drunk in public, but no one seemed to notice anything strange, perhaps because I was keeping my drinking private. Alcohol helped keep me quiet, sedated, and isolated.For the first time in my life, I envied my mother the solution she had found to quell the pain of her depression. For the first time in my life, my emotions pushed aside all concern for the family who would remain if I joined my mother -- even though I, too, had once been part of such a family so abandoned. 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How to Stop Rain From Leaking in on Very Old Metal Screen Door. I Dont Have Money for a Replacement,
How to Stop Rain From Leaking in on Very Old Metal Screen Door. I Dont Have Money for a Replacement,
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The Best Counter-depth French Door Refrigerators of 2019
The Best Counter-depth French Door Refrigerators of 2019
This story was written in collaboration withForbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you'll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale.I have written more about refrigerators in this space in the past couple weeks than my mom has ever yelled at me about leaving the fridge door open while I stare into the cold void, searching for a snack that does not exist. We've discussed top-mount freezer refrigerators, black stainless steel refrigerators, small refrigerators, compact fridges and counter-depth refrigerators. We're not done yet. Now I'm getting even more specific with best counter-depth French door refrigerators. These are units that are not only counter-depth (which, varies based on the actual depth of your counter but refers to a general refrigerator depth of 30 inches, allowing 24-25 inches for the box section that actually sits flush with the counter) but have a set of French doors and usually a bottom freezer. So if that's what you're looking for in your kitchen, these are the best counter-depth French door refrigerators:The Daewoo RFS-26ABW is your basic, entry level counter-depth French door refrigerator. At $1,349 it's also the cheapest. It has 26 cubic feet of total storage space and air control options with a pantry drawer. It also comes in black for a few hundred more if you like that sort of thing.Shop Now The GE GWE19JSLSS is a stainless steel- colored fridge so it looks sleeker than a plain white one. This 18.6 cubic foot refrigerator costs around $1,500 and offers multi-level freezer baskets, which is nice when you want to separate the meat from the frozen milk products. And the ice maker is inside the freezer, which is commensurate with the price. You usually have to pay more if you don't want to open the fridge to get ice. Shop Now Not too much more however, as the Frigidaire FFHD2250TS is around the same price and has the ice maker on the outside. And this refrigerator offers more cubic feet of storage (21.7) than the GE model. Of course, with the ice maker on the door, that means you lose some storage space on the inside. Having the ice maker and water on the door is a lifestyle choice. I drink tap water, but the aquifers are fairly okay here in Florida. Like the GE, this Frigidaire FFHD2250TS is also Energy Star rated, so flip a coin or decide how much you like ice. Shop Now At nearly $2,000, the SMETA might seem like a bit much for a standard refrigerator, but I really like the look of this fridge. The SMETA is stainless steel, not just in color. It has a fairly large capacity at 20.66 cubic feet, which is balanced out by the middle drawer. This is a welcome feature on this type of refrigerator. You have the freezer, you have two fridge doors and you have this magical third drawer that contains the ice maker. It's an efficient use of space and saves your freezer items from getting frosted by the ice maker. Shop Now The Bosch B21CT80SNS is a very industrial-looking refrigerator with a dual AirCool system that contributes to its nearly $2,700 price tag, while its stainless steel exterior and 20.7 cubic feet of space meet the requirements for a solid, durable counter-depth French door refrigerator. This is the kind of refrigerator you buy when you get a windfall and decide the best way to spend it is to upgrade your kitchen. You want a beast of a fridge that has a strong design and an ice maker that is out of sight, out of mind, then this is your appliance.Shop Now The Thor Kitchen Stainless Steel Refrigerator deserves to be last on this list, as it's the one with the most unique form factor and style profile. (That design comes at a price, of course, and it's around $2,400.) There are no exterior handles, the doors and drawers have grooves in them to pull open. So you never whack your shoulder on a handle in the middle of the night. At 22.5 cubic feet and that style profile, the Thor is probably the refrigerator you didn't know you wanted until this very moment. Now you do.Shop Now
I Have Vertical Blinds That Cover Our Sliding Door, How Can I Cover Them Up, Or Make Them Trendy.?
I Have Vertical Blinds That Cover Our Sliding Door, How Can I Cover Them Up, Or Make Them Trendy.?
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How do you fix a sliding door?There are 2 adjusting screws on the bottom that can raise and lower each side if it is dragging. They might have a cap or plug over them. Turn 1/4 turn either way and see if it improves . Otherwise try rubbing some beeswax or candle wax on the metal track on the threshold occasionally, as well as the door edges. It might help.9. hi there. a morning dove/mourning dove 3 times slammed thru my sliding door to get in. Is this normal?Birds do that, especially this time of year. I've been told, that the birds see their reflection in the glass, and thinking it's an intruder, attack 'it'10. The manual sliding door of our 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan sticks A LOT.?I see this a lot with the dodge vans also the blinker does not like to shut off. I do not know a solution except maybe grease the track11. 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Sliding Door Repairs & Service - Track Replacement & More | & Co
Sliding Door Repairs & Service - Track Replacement & More | & Co
There is a common misconception that sliding doors are difficult to slide due to their size and weight. Irrespective of the size your sliding doors should be able to slide with just a slight push - even with one finger. Essentially, the sliding door should glide effortlessly. If your sliding door requires force to open & close the rollers need to be repaired or replaced. Roller collapse as a result of age, wear & team and debris on the track, environmental factors can affect the entire operation of the sliding door. The sliding door will drop out of alignment, the door can not be latched / locked, the door becomes difficult to slide and there may even be a gap at the top allowing the elements in. Whilst it may seem simple to replace the rollers yourself, they can actually be quite complex to do. The correct roller for the size & weight of the door and its coastal position is important and these commercial grade rollers are often not available at your local hardware store. Once the rollers are replaced they need to be adjusted to sit in the frame correctly, so the doors glide smoothly. Roller deterioration or collapse is often left until the door no longer opens and closes. This can result in more damage to the door, track, and make the problem much worse. The end result will be a costlier repair that could have been prevented.I'm starting a pet service and want a simple list of things I should track for self employed tax deductions.Anything you purchase for the business. Put the receipts in a box and tally them at the end of the year. If you get audited hand them the box and let them do the sortingMy daughter is on the fast track to nowhere with slutty behavior. How do I put an end to this?she might just be looking for attentionI have a small business with 10 vehicles. What is the best way to keep track of maintenance, gas use, etc.?Experiment with Google doc's Spreadsheet first, checking out its templates before buying Excel Go to the library and check out an Excel for Dummy book for ideasHow does a roller coaster stay at the top of its track?Gravity is the commonplace stress that drives all curler coasters. once a coaster has crested the utmost factor alongside its direction, many times a tall hill on the starting up of the circuit, gravity factors the stress that controls the speed of the experience. at the same time as a coaster is on the utmost factor of its song, it has intense ability ability (ability of position). because the coaster hastens down the hill, that ability ability variations into kinetic ability (ability of action). each and anytime the coaster is going up yet another hill, the kinetic ability will become ability ability back, and the cycle keepsbest shoe for vball and track training.?If you can, you should get two different shoes. I suggest Mizuno if you do not like Asics. Mizuno with a rubber yellow gummy sole will be good for volleyball. I just got Mizuno running sneaks for $30 at Bob's. I am sure if you shop around you can get some good running sneaks too. Find a running website online....you will see the best shoes thereHow do i prepare myself for indoor track?no asics, no shox. those are the worst shoes ever made. get a pair of nike's but not shox. or saucony. wear shorts and a tshirt. a sport bra would be good. dont wear a compression tank top you will get too hotevaluate non-freewheeling single speed (e.g track bicycle), freewheeling single speed, derailleur systems and?How small? in case you bypass the cassete hub direction (ie-Chris King), i understand you may bypass as low as 12T. The smallest prevalent "bmx" type freewheel you may run on a SS hub with english threads is like 14T. Metric threaded hubs can settle for as small as 13T. something smaller, and also you will be desiring a cool, BMX certain cassette hub ( which i do not understand a lot about). extremely small cogs and freewheels placed on out faster. in case you extremely want the speed, in basic terms get a larger chainring. Smaller cogs and freewheels in basic terms are not as solid as larger ones that spread the load over extra enamel. I desire i might want to provide you with a hyperlink to someone who does custom freewheels, yet so a thoughts as i understand, White Industries is as close as you are gonna get to custom. solid success a million/5 Edit- hiya On Lyme, dude needs to confirm about freewheels, no longer custom-equipped wheelsets.
Graffiti Be Gone: How to Remove a Vandals Art From Your Garage Door | Hicklin Door Services
Graffiti Be Gone: How to Remove a Vandals Art From Your Garage Door | Hicklin Door Services
After watching hours of renovation shows on television, you've taken the term "houseproud" to a whole new level. You've ripped out the kitchen and updated the master bathroom. You even hired professional landscapers. The curb appeal is off the charts. But then a vandal hits your garage door with a can of spray paint! What to do? The Property Brothers have not covered this topic yet. Graffiti may have started as an urban blight, but it has spread to the suburbs and beyond. Nobody's home is safe.When faced with this unfortunate situation, you could hire a company that specializes in this type of cleaning. But ask yourself, "What would Mike Holmes do?" He would take it as a challenge to remove the graffiti himself-or at least try. There are several cleaning products to tackle the problem. Here, we channel the spirit of HGTV and provide helpful hints for erasing the damage.What are you waiting for? Get outside and start this job as soon as possible, before the paint dries and takes hold. Try to remove graffiti within the first 24 to 48 hours. You wo not regret getting a head start the same day.It's all about the (spray) paintA solvent is a chemical substance that dissolves something else-in this case, spray paint. There are three types of solvents:• Hydrocarbon solvents such as paraffin, with lower solvency power but they effectively separate from water.• Halogenated solvents, which typically belong to the family of chlorinated chemicals.Okay, that's the chemistry. Here what you need to know. Strong solvents will take off the paint under the graffiti, as well as the tag, if you are not careful. You can not expect a solvent to distinguish between the graffiti and your undercoat of exterior paint on the garage door. Knowing that, proceed with caution, do not over‑saturate the stain with solvent, scrub lightly and be sure to work in small areas. (Note that wooden doors are particularly vulnerable to solvents).Try mineral spirits, also called white spirits. They are a type of petroleum distillate used to thin paint. Note that they are cheap and easy to use, but does not always remove more stubborn graffiti. White spirits will only work on easy‑to‑remove, fresh paint that can be removed with a pressure washer anyway.Naphtha, also a petroleum solvent, is stronger than white spirits. Naphtha will dissolve dry, hardened paint and crayons.If your vandal used markers, isopropyl alcohol is a good option. It also breaks down shoe polish and ink.Lacquer thinner, or acetone, is one of the most effective solvents against graffiti. Acetone softens and dissolves most types of paint-even spray paint. However, acetone can soften certain types of plastic or vinyl, so it's unsuitable on a plastic garage door.If you shy away from solvents, there's an option. "Green" activists and grandmothers swear by a mixture of white vinegar and lemon juice, or white vinegar and baking soda, is an effective cleaning agent. Admittedly, there is less of a risk that you will damage your door's original paint. It's worth a try.Your door's original surface is a big consideration. If your garage door was manufactured with a baked‑on paint, typically polyester based, it's more resistant. If your garage door was repainted in a paint shop by a professional painting company, find out what type of paint they used to do it and how it was applied.Sometimes, it's best to repaintIs your garage door getting old? Think long and hard about spending time and money trying to scrub graffiti off a weathered door. Would not a cosmetic makeover contribute greatly to the overall appearance of your home? If so, just repaint your garage door and do not bother hunting around town for a specialized product to remove graffiti.For help picking the paint color for the makeover, major paint manufacturers have an online visualize tool for exterior paint on their websites, so you can experiment with color combinations and find the perfect look to complement your front door. Designers know that oversized garage doors look best in lighter shades, while smaller doors can be painted a deeper shade. Bold accent colors-red, cranberry, navy-look best on front doors.Before you pick up the paint brush, start by thoroughly cleaning the door's surface and bottom edge. Wash off all surface dirt, grease and spider webs before applying a coat of good-quality primer. If your door is from Garaga or is a door with a similar surface, then refer to our website for the instructions you will need to repaint it.Perhaps your home insurance policy covers damage by vandals! Contact your insurance company to confirm and ask about the deductible. If the deductible is high, it may not be worth submitting a claim.Is it time for an upgrade?Ask yourself an honest question. Was your garage door ready to be replaced anyway? This could be the prodding you were waiting for to make a change. If you live near Des Moines contact us now or call 515-276-3700. We provide no‑obligation quotations by email.Another option is to come and meet us at our showroom. Use our Design Centre to pick out the style of door and look at our image gallery for instant inspiration.What are some ways to increase space for cats in a small house?Use vertical space. Keep breakables out of spaces the cat has access to, behind door or behind glass or at great heights (some cats can jump to the top of a fridge, so that's a minimum). You can train cats that there are surfaces they are not allowed on but (a) you want to do that without the breakables present, (b) there is no guarantee they will behave when not observed, and (c) if the surface is at all interestingly placed, they are almost guaranteed to try again at some point in the future, to check whether the role is still in force. Give the cat other things to climb -- a cat tree (good homebrew designs can be found on the web), shelves that they are allowed on, the top of a cabinet with a reasonable route to it either by climbing or jumping or both. .. Things to crawl under/through are another kind if space.Give them toys to play with in the available space. Remember, to a cat, a room is much bigger than for us. (Reverse-engineering the 8' cat tree I inherited, I figure it's one sheet of plywood, one 8' 2x4 (or a bit more?), one 8' 4x4, four heavy angle brackets, two carpet runners, and screws and glue to assemble it. Not very expensive for something that lets the cats meet me at eye level and/or climb almost to the ceiling.)
Fall Is a High-risk Time of Year for Road Collisions
Fall Is a High-risk Time of Year for Road Collisions
He never saw it coming."It literally ran into the side of the car and I just saw its head bounce off the hood," Robert Armstrong recalls of his run-in with a deer in the fall of 2014.It was late at night on a two-lane highway, driving home to Colborne, Ont. from a visit to Listowel, northwest of Kitchener.Fortunately, Armstrong was unhurt although the passenger side of his 2001 Saturn coupe was smashed. He believes the deer perished after it ran off and disappeared in the darkness.Ontario motorists are heading into one of the riskiest times of the year, as four-legged mating season kicks into high gear and darkness comes an hour earlier with the end of daylight saving time on Sunday, Nov. 4. November is traditionally the riskiest month for automobile collisions with deer on roads and highways.In 2015, vehicles collided with wild animals 11,540 times, according to the Ministry of Transportation's Ontario Road Safety Annual Report . (The species of animals aren't identified.) Of those reported collisions, four were fatal and 382 resulted in injuries.In its 2017 report, the Traffic Injury Research Foundation pegged average vehicle-damage costs at $2,800. However, CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts, which has 500 locations in the U.S. and Canada, reports that the average cost of repairs from automobile collisions with large animals is between $2,500 and $4,999. Five per cent of repairs are between $5,000 and $10,000, store owners said.Of course, the larger the animal, the heftier the repair bill, unless the vehicle is unsalvageable."Deer can do a lot of damage, that's for sure," says Armstrong, who was able to make the three-hour drive home with a bashed bumper, fender, door panel and hood.He did his own repairs for about $700, using scrap yard parts that were repainted canary yellow to match his aging Saturn. He says that because of the extent of the damage and the car's age, his insurance company would have written it off.Then, two months ago, he narrowly missed another crash when a deer again dashed in front of him.All collisions resulting in more than $2,000 in damage should be reported to a collision centre.But it's driver know-how, not luck, that determines insurance coverage of repair costs from a collision, according to industry expert Anne Marie Thomas.Repairs are covered under the collision or comprehensive sections of an auto insurance policy. But whether the animal was moving or stationary on impact is key, says Thomas, spokesperson for InsuranceHotline.com , a rates comparison website.If the deer was on the move and couldn't be safely avoided, a claim is paid out under the comprehensive section, she explains.But if it was lying in the road - having already been hit - that's considered an at-fault accident and is covered by the collision section. The insurance company takes the position that the driver should have been able to brake safely and avoid the animal, says Thomas, a 30-year veteran of the insurance business.If you swerve and hit an object or another car instead, that's also bad news."The rule of thumb is: if the collision is deemed to be your fault, you'll likely see an increase in your rates," Thomas says. Depending on several factors, that could be as much as 50 per cent for a driver with a clean record who hasn't purchased forgiveness coverage, which protects against a rate increase following the first at-fault accident, she says.In general, Thomas suggests that drivers trying to save money on their policy could save 10 per cent on collision or comprehensive premiums by opting for a higher deductible of $1,000, for example."This sounds so horrible," she adds, but from a human safety aspect, it's better to strike a moving mammal."You feel bad if you hit an animal, but you'd feel worse if you swerved and hit a family in another car driving innocently down the road." Sgt. Kerry Schmidt, with the Ontario Provincial Police, echoes that advice: "If you swerve, there's a good chance you'll lose control." Instead, use the brakes to come to a controlled stop, he recommends.Dusk-to-darkness driving tips Here are more deer-and-driving tips:
A Girl's Best Friend Isn't for Sale (well, OK)
A Girl's Best Friend Isn't for Sale (well, OK)
Kirsty is taking a long time brushing her hair, striking an indifferent pose to her friend's nagging, enjoying the privacy of staring into a mirror. Kirsty is sitting sideways, with her legs crossed, on the sandy steps at Federation Square; the mirror is in the lid of her make-up box, which she has set on top of the video camera's silver case.Her friend Laura stands a few steps down, holding the camera aloft in her palm; in the way her ancient relatives once hefted spears. For a while Laura's been saying things like "We have a lot to do" and "We're going run out of time" and "Aw, come on". Laura may as well be banging on a locked bathroom door.Suddenly, Kirsty moans in despair. Her hair is long and straight, very shiny, but she's brushed it so much she's mucked up the part on the side - and needs to start from scratch."Kirsty!" It comes out of Laura like a curse, then she flounces and looks at me.In between outbursts, she has been telling me their story. Kirsty and Laura - a year out of school and "best friends for years" - are making a video tour of the city. Laura plans to send copies to her pen pal in France and her grandparents in Brisbane. Kirsty plans to send copies to television producers; she "wants to be an actress or read the news or just be in commercials".Laura compiled the list of places they need to visit on the tour, wrote the script and will be doing the camera work. Kirsty is the on-screen personality but she doesn't like the script - a series of short and chatty descriptions of places such as Federation Square, the Town Hall, Parliament House, the Old Melbourne Gaol and so on."It's boring," she says, checking her lips and eyes in the mirror and suddenly smiling and ready to get on with it. "Well, come on." At this point Laura brings the conversation back to its original topic. "I suppose if you can buy a best friend on the internet, you can sell one too. How much do you think I'd get for Kirsty?" Now we are getting to the heart of the matter. I'd been wandering around, looking for a couple of "best friends". I wanted to know what a best friend was worth, in cash terms.A young fellow named Stuart Donald is probably sitting at his computer in Scotland at this moment, watching the eBay shopping website, where he is selling himself as best friend for a month to the highest bidder.Donald doesn't plan to hang out with his new best friend - no fireside ales and jolly tales. Instead, he's offering a modest package of emails, letters and text messages. Donald hasn't set a reserve price."It's just a stunt," says Laura."It's creepy," says Kirsty."I think I'll definitely sell you then," says Laura.So how much does Laura want for Kirsty?"I think I'd settle for a bottle of tequila." "Hey," says Kirsty, brightening, "that's what we could do. It wouldn't be so bad if it was just emails. You could have like a dozen (best friends) at the same time and just send them copies of the same emails." Suddenly Kirsty and Laura are riotous best friends again, making plans to sell each other off for shoes, clothes and make-up. It's all very giddy until Laura worries that Kirsty is serious about the idea."It's fun to think about," says Laura, sobering. "But you'd just be preying on all the sad cases." Kirsty makes a sad face to keep in step with her friend. "Yeah," she says. "There's a lot of them out there. But don't you think they'd get something out of it?"
Explore the Latest Questions and Answers in Kitchen Door
Explore the Latest Questions and Answers in Kitchen Door
Here are top 10 questions about kitchen door asked by people online.1. Can someone tell me where in Athens, GA I might find a store that sells sage for burning-warding off spirits?Traditionally the sage must be presented as a gift from the local tribe. Sage is a sacred herb and is not something that should be sold. If you have a neighbor with a sage plant ask for a fist full - this is now a gift, tie the ends with twine and hang upside down for 24 hours - then wrap twine around the sage bunch in a figure 8 and return to hanging position for 48-72 hour to complete drying. Once it is dry begin in the most easterly room and proceed towards the west with the sage smoking but not aflame (carry a vessel with sand in it to extinguish and flare ups) gently move your hand north to south to clear the room of any negative energy (no chanting required). Fill your mind and heart with feelings of peace and goodness and bless each room and then walk the suns path around the outside of your home to create a welcome to good spirits and an exit for bad. Once completed extinguish the sage in the sand and leave the stalk outside your door on the left to welcome good spirits. You can also place a small pillar of salt outside on the left of you kitchen door and inside the door of your pantry as a symbol of blessing and plenty. Place a bowl of lavender and rose petals beside your bed on the side closest to the window to invite love and balance back to your marriage2. What is the phenomena behind a gas stove that should not be placed opposite to a kitchen door?It's because gas fitters can no longer think for themselves.A gas cooker is different to an electrical cooker by virtue that it has a 'live flame'.A draft can 'distort' the flame so it can catch nearby handles or tea towels and the fitter can legally no longer decide this for himself, so he has to do it according to some 'pen pusher' who probably has never been out in the field himself. Of course, any gas fitter worth his salt would assess the situation for himself but now, due to the fear of being sued, he has to do what he is told.It use to be 'advisory' that a gas cooker not be placed where it can be affected by draft and advisory that installation of a gas hob should not take place within 300mm of an opening window. It was also advisory that 'switches' or electrical boxes not be place above the counter top within 300mm. All common sense precautions that is why you go on a gas installers safety course. But this common sense approach has now been taken out of the hands of the 'man on site' in favour of the 'pen pusher' who knows nothing!An on site assessment of how a live flame is affected by increasing and deceasing oxygen levels by causing drafts and cutting off free air flow in a particular kitchen is different for every job and CANNOT be legislated against or computerised, there would have to be 100s of 1000's of different papers. It is for the man on site to assess the situation for that particular kitchen and that particular site and then using the knowledge he has amassed, make an informed decision. Just like surgeons come to different conclusions on how to 'tackle' the problem, the man on site may come to a different opinion to his peers, but they both have your safety in mind and they can explain their particular decision. Unlike the person who is merely following the rules laid out for him by an untrained and unknow source!Now the 'gas fitter' is not allowed his opinion although he has trained extensively for exactly that. I'm glad I'm out of all that3. I have a very tight storm and kitchen door but in the summertime between doors get infested with flies.?Spray the door frame with outdoor surface spray,it will keep them away. But make sure you do it from the outside and close you inner door.
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