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How to Save $700 Million Dollars

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submitted by SanDiegoGuides 2010-03-28 01:54:30 am


If every American household changed just one inefficient incandescent light to an energy saving and low cost compact fluorescent light bulb we would save nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars in energy costs per year.

Tip Credibility: 77


submitted by SanDiegoGuides 2010-03-28 01:54:30 am    


submitted by Discoverycounseling 2011-01-21 05:15:33 pm


Just need a little paint from the gallon of paint for touch ups. Pouring is always a mess. Well use that small metal laddle from the kitchen. You can scoop out just what you and then easily wash the laddle.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by Discoverycounseling 2011-01-21 05:15:33 pm    


How To Grow A Pineapple

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submitted by noryanna 2011-10-26 06:18:13 am


Grasp the top of a pineapple in your hand and twist the top off - do not cut it, it is likely to simply rot. Place the pineapple top in moist, but not wet, potting soil 2 inches deep. Keep the soil slightly moist and soon it will root.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by noryanna 2011-10-26 06:18:13 am    


Choose LED Downlights over Halogens

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submitted by lightsavers 2010-11-26 03:17:37 am


Thinking of installing Halogen downlights? Seriously consider choosing LED Downlights rather as they will last up to twenty times longer while using about a tenth of the electricity!

Tip Credibility: 73


submitted by lightsavers 2010-11-26 03:17:37 am    




Longo's Landscaping & Masonry of Long Island, New York suggests cleaning out any dead plants during the fall season. However, if a client's plan is to maintain some kind of vegetation within a garden during the winter season.

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submitted by longoslandscaping 2011-01-14 04:10:06 pm    


Keep your baking pan easy to clean

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submitted by JudyE 2011-05-29 08:27:40 pm


If you bake on a rack in a pan run a small amount of water into the pan before placing in the oven. Not only will this stop the meat drying out but it will make the pan easier to clean later.

Tip Credibility: 73


submitted by JudyE 2011-05-29 08:27:40 pm    


How to promote your local rural community

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submitted by askformore 2009-09-27 11:42:49 pm


In your local area promote a very good idea that some 'apple-gardeners' do in Kivik, Sweden. Each year there is a MARKET with many visitors. In addition to fun and education there is a painting made of apples http://www.applemarknaden.se/index2.html

Tip Credibility: 71


submitted by askformore 2009-09-27 11:42:49 pm    


Buying Commercial-sized greenhouses

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submitted by IzzyM 2009-12-31 08:26:52 pm


Buying a commercial-sized greenhouse will save you money in the long-term, if you like growing plants, as there is so much more room in them to grow things. http://hubpages.com/_ifm/hub/Commercial-sized-Greenhouses

Tip Credibility: 63


submitted by IzzyM 2009-12-31 08:26:52 pm    


How To Raise Chickens For Meat

Tip Sheet Credibility: 60

submitted by The Marketing Guy 2009-09-05 11:26:10 pm


Get some organic wheat, and soak the daily serving in fresh water, rainwater if possible. Soak for 12-24 hrs, as if you were sprouting them. Rinse and feed to the chickens. Sprouted wheat has 6x the vitamin & enzyme value of dry grain. Makes tastier meat.

Tip Credibility: 65


submitted by KiwiSteve 2009-09-12 12:35:07 am    


How To Deodorize your Carpet

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submitted by kevin thomas 2009-08-14 06:55:34 pm


Use a hot water extraction machine add a little baking soda carpet cleaner and Fabuloso.Make sure not to leave the carpet to damp by going back over it with just the vacuum working.

Tip Credibility: 58


submitted by kevin thomas 2009-08-14 06:55:34 pm    


"How to clean a coffee pot"

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submitted by harbizzle 2010-02-10 10:10:22 am


Pour dishwashing liquid inside of it. Let it soak for a few minutes (or while you eat) in hot water. Use a cloth to scrub at the bottom burned stuff or sticky stuff and then let soak again for a while. If really burned let soak over night. Wash it hot!

Tip Credibility: 57


submitted by Askme 2010-02-23 06:14:50 pm    


How to grow spinach

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submitted by baltogardener 2010-02-24 09:20:36 am


Spinach is a cool weather crop, so plan for both fall and spring harvest, but not summer.

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submitted by baltogardener 2010-02-24 09:20:36 am    


How to buy a home abroad

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submitted by stewartandersen 2009-11-10 05:11:13 am


If you think of buying a home abroad, then think twice! It might even be a good idea to rent a house for 6-12 months before you buy your own - If you rent you will get to know the area, and find *the* house even at a better price

Tip Credibility: 97


submitted by askformore 2009-11-10 06:32:59 am    


Carpet Cleaning Tips

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submitted by torontocarpetcleaners 2009-10-23 09:06:02 pm


Never use an iron or a hair dryer to dry a carpet stain, this will only seal the stain permanently on your rug.

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submitted by torontocarpetcleaners 2009-10-23 09:06:02 pm    


Grow a Peach Tree

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submitted by fishtiger58 2009-12-23 09:32:28 am


Growing a peach tree is not difficult and the rewards are many. Our 2nd year we got over 400 of the best peaches I ever ate. Read my story.http://hubpages.com/hub/Growing-a-Peach-Tree

Tip Credibility: 55


submitted by fishtiger58 2009-12-23 09:32:28 am    


Get rid of old stains from cutlery...

Tip Sheet Credibility: 53

submitted by tracydukes 2010-01-09 11:49:01 pm


Mix up a teaspoon or two of laundry powder with a cup full of tap water, then stand all your cutlery in it for an hour or so. Rinse well to get the soap off, and hey presto - shiny knives, forks and spoons!

Tip Credibility: 53


submitted by tracydukes 2010-01-09 11:49:01 pm    


submitted by paid2write 2009-09-20 03:06:15 am


26) Gardeners Gifts — "Secrets Behind England's Finest Gardens" (4 DVD box set), by Tom Petherick, includes 4 DVDs showing Alnwick Garden, Heligan Garden, Newby Hall Garden, and Abbey Garden. http://tinyurl.com/SecretsFinestGardensEnglandDVD

Tip Credibility: 58


submitted by paid2write 2009-09-20 03:23:51 am    


Environmentally Friendly Home Innovations

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submitted by Inzalo 2009-10-03 07:03:52 pm


Solar Lights — are the latest things to use in landscaping your yard. Not only are they lovely to look at, they are very environmentally friendly. Solar lights can be staked to the ground wherever you wish to place them in or around your property.

Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by Inzalo 2009-10-03 07:03:52 pm    


submitted by cally2 2009-09-30 07:48:59 am


Collect your toilet roll tubes and fill them with compost. Plant your beans inside. Then when the plants are big enough and the frosts are over, plant the whole tube straight into the garden.

Tip Credibility: 47


submitted by cally2 2009-09-30 07:48:59 am    


submitted by cork-guy 2009-10-14 03:55:55 pm


Do you have allergies? Well, consider changing to cork floors; suberin, a natural occurring waxy substance in cork is hypo-allergenic and resists dander, dust, mold and mildew. Using cork flooring can help anyone who is devastated during allergy season.

Tip Credibility: 47


submitted by cork-guy 2009-10-14 03:55:55 pm    


How to Get Rid of Silverfish in Your Home

Tip Sheet Credibility: 42

submitted by nyfamily5 2009-07-31 05:35:38 pm


Silverfish like dark, warm, humid places. Use a dehumidifier and caulk bathroom and kitchen sinks. Sprinkle Borax or Diametric earth around crack and crevice safe for your family and pets.

Tip Credibility: 42


submitted by nyfamily5 2009-07-31 05:35:38 pm    


How to clean silver cheaply and quickly

Tip Sheet Credibility: 42

submitted by reneemoore 2009-11-28 09:59:33 am


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submitted by reneemoore 2009-11-28 09:59:33 am    


submitted by Andrew James 2010-11-23 09:33:38 pm


Liquid Nails is a really high strength construction adhesive that bonds most building materials. Liquid Nails is applied to one side of the join with a caulking gun then the two materials clamped together for 24 hours whilst curing takes place.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by Andrew James 2010-11-23 09:33:38 pm    


Use pop to clean

Tip Sheet Credibility: 40

submitted by hendokm 2010-12-20 01:39:27 pm


Coca cola or pepsi has a high acid content and can be used for almost any kind of cleaning this works best with cooker cleaning.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by hendokm 2010-12-20 01:39:27 pm    


Make Your Landscape Look Great All Year

Tip Sheet Credibility: 40

submitted by landocheese 2011-11-10 09:15:55 pm


Plant things in your landscape for all four seasons so something is at it's peak at any given time whether it is spring, summer, fall, or winter. This way you will avoid an all green yard and always have something blooming.

Tip Credibility: 75


submitted by landocheese 2011-11-10 09:15:55 pm    

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