Jul 31

Home Remedies To Remove Water From Ears

These home remedies to remove water from a person’s ears can dry them out before an ear infection, vertigo and/or disorientation sets in. Getting water in your ears can be quite annoying, but in some cases, it can be very unhealthy. Having water in your ear can sometimes clog your ear or penetrate your ear …

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Jul 31

Home Remedies To Kill Fleas from Your Pets and Home

Fleas are small insects which bite and feed on the blood of their bite victims. Fleas reproduce very fast, and their eggs are able to remain dormant for more than one year. Due to this, they can easily become a recurring problem, and treatment can be expensive. Fleas live by sucking the blood of their …

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Jul 31

Salvaged Wood Pallet Garden Bed Construction

Beautifying the outside of your home can be both an enjoyable activity as well as add a nice touch to your property. One way to do this if you have limited resources would be to use salvaged shipping pallets. They can provide a usable amount of wood and are usually easy to find. Even if …

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Jul 31

How To Make German Cheesecake With Homemade Quark

If you have ever eaten Quark Kuchen then you will probably want these recipes. If you haven’t you should grab the recipes and give them a try. They may become your favorite cheese and cheesecake recipes, Quark is a homemade cheese similar to French fromage blanc, but it is made with buttermilk so what ever …

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Jul 31

Growing Indigo And Dyeing Merino Wool

For folks that love to knit, crochet or use yarn in other ways you might like this tutorial for growing your own indigo and then dyeing skeins of merino wool. It is really neat to see the wool go into the water and vinegar that looks super green from having had  the chopped up indigo …

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Jul 31

Build A Portable Outdoor Propane Oven and Stove

See how you can pull a stove/oven from an old camper or RV and put it in a wood cabinet with handles so that it is portable. This is perfect for times when you have no power, whether from a power outage or if you are off grid hunting or camping. This is also awesome …

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