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What to Use to Clean Pine Sap Off a Wood Deck

Pine trees naturally secrete a sticky liquid substance known as sap, which quickly adheres to a variety of surfaces and can build up over time on surfaces.

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How to Build a Ramp for a Mini Dachshund to Get on a Bed

Mini dachshunds have elongated backs that can cause a lot of stress and pain on the spine throughout their active years.

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How to Extend a Fence

A fence provides privacy and prevents animals from entering your yard.

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How to Clean Washable Marker From Upholstery

Markers work well for many projects, from crafting to making signs.

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How to Add a 220 Volt Line for an Electric Clothes Dryer

Only one appliance can safely run on a 220/240-volt circuit, but fortunately adding a new heavy-duty circuit--whether it is a 240-volt or 220-volt circuit depends on the age of your home--for a new appliance is a simple process.

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How to Troubleshoot a GE Profile PS123SGNA BS Arctica Freezer

The General Electric PS123SGNA BS refrigerator is a side-by-side model in the Profile line of appliances.

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How to Tell If My Siding Is Synthetic Stucco

Synthetic stucco, also known as "exterior insulation and finishing system" or EIFS, has been used since the 1950s as a highly efficient, waterproof exterior finish that has the appearance of cement stucco.

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How a Galileo Barometer Works

In addition to being useful tools to predict near-term weather, Galileo barometers can be used as decorations for the living rooms of the scientific-minded.

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Instructions on Converting a Dorel Sleigh Crib to a Toddler Bed

A Dorel convertible sleigh crib is popular for its attractive wood design and its easy conversion from crib to toddler bed.

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How to Brace an Electrical Pole

You must consider several factors when setting electrical poles.

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How to Take out a Lipstick Stain on Clothing

Lipstick stains can be tricky.

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How to Push a Tree Out With a Dozer

Some land owners and home builders are faced with the dilemma of clearing land before construction can commence.

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How to Choose The Perfect Mattress and Not Get Ripped Off

You should dispose of your old mattress when it no longer provides comfort and support.

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How to Bundle Small Bundles of Firewood

Before you start a cozy fire in the winter, make sure that you have plenty of firewood on hand.

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Where to Get Windows Components to Repair Acorn Windows

Windows, such as those manufactured by Acorn, are an essential part of a home providing light and a view.

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How Much Sodium Hydroxide Do You Add to Water for an HHO Generator?

Considering ever-rising gas prices and the fact that most cars use only 14 to 26 percent of any given tank of fuel for actual driving, it's little wonder fuel economy is more important than ever.

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Gas Stove Igniter Repair

Most gas ranges that have a stove and oven in a single unit no longer rely on a pilot light to ignite the gas.

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How to Add Magnesium Chloride to Your Spa

Magnesium chloride is a therapeutic compound used by many people to improve digestion and as a dietary supplement.

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How to Flush an Air Conditioning System

If a vehicle's air conditioning system is not operating correctly, sometimes flushing the entire system will improve its efficiency.

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What Is a Clapboard House?

Clapboard houses, and clapboards themselves, have a long history.

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How to Cover a Headboard

Covering a headboard is a fun project that will give a new and refreshed look to your bedroom.

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How to Vacuum & Purge Refrigerant Lines

Home coolant systems need to be purged and vacuumed to remove any moisture and keep the system operating properly.

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How to Install Strap Hinges to a Wooden Gate

Strap hinges are designed for holding up heavy doors and gates.

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Largest Flooring Distributors in the U.S.

Large flooring distributors are a good choice for flooring selection when looking at buying or installing new floors.