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Old August 24th, 2012, 08:44 PM   #201 (permalink)
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if you clean them regularly that works great, but some never clean them good and they get too bad to clean and then keep getting worse.
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The toothpaste for cleaning headlights doesnt work. I just tried it.
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really? i was gonna try it and well that sucks. oh well on to the next thing to try.
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it might be the type of toothpaste.
i would think you need to use the solid white type.. has small abrasives in it.
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it might be the type of toothpaste.
i would think you need to use the solid white type.. has small abrasives in it.
that's what my wife said so will have to buy a travel size and give it a shot.
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My mom always swore by toothpaste to fix scratches on a watches face but have never had it work, even with the most abrasive pastes.
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Keep your pets cool during hot weather. Dampen fabric chew toys with water and then freeze them or toss a few toys in a bowl, fill the bowl with water and pop it in the freezer. Your dog will have a blast trying to get the toys out of the ice and will be able to stay cool while doing it.
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maybe home defense spray on inside and out and treat around the house with a granular, chaulk all cracks, and maybe a cat or two, problem solved LOL.
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^^ I use a glass measuring cup. I find the spout to be a good balance between no mess and easy to clean afterwards.
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that is what i use too. just posted that because seen that. some might like it some won't.
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that is what i use too. just posted that because seen that. some might like it some won't.
I really like the idea as sometimes the batter batch size doesn't line up with demand.

You can also cook the entire pancake batter batch and freeze the extras. Just reheat in the microwave for 30 seconds a side, flipping each time, until they are the desired temp.
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I really like the idea as sometimes the batter batch size doesn't line up with demand.

You can also cook the entire pancake batter batch and freeze the extras. Just reheat in the microwave for 30 seconds a side, flipping each time, until they are the desired temp.
works with french toast too. we here have no mico just a convection toaster oven which is just as fast if you get a good one, ours will fit 2 plates in and we use paper plates in it. can heat up 2 plate fulls right out of refridge in 5 mins. if you only knew what micos do to food. couple of tests out there you can do at home to see for yourself.
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I have a plastic object that can be a huge measuring cup (8-cup capacity), mixing bowl, or pitcher (with spout) depending on need. I don't make pancakes much, since we're not that into them, but if I did, this object would be quite useful for that.

Hmmmm, would work nicely for cakewaffles, I think.
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Apparently, fruit flies are attracted to the acids given of by fruit as it matures and begins to spoil ratherthan the sugars. So, if you are bothered these Little buggers, pour a little vinegar into a small dish and add a few drops of detergent.

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that's what my wife said so will have to buy a travel size and give it a shot.
White toothpaste will work. Take white toothpaste and smeer it on the headlight. Take a clean rag and wet it lightly with warm water. Rub the headlight vigorously. Take a little more warm water and remove the remaining toothpaste then wipe dry with another clean rag.

This method has worked for me as well as for many of my friends. Please note that this simple process will need to be repeated every couple of months. You can take an extra step and apply a standard car wax to the headlight after you have cleaned it. This will seal it and you will not need to clean it with toothpaste again for 3 or 4 months.
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White toothpaste will work. Take white toothpaste and smeer it on the headlight. Take a clean rag and wet it lightly with warm water. Rub the headlight vigorously. Take a little more warm water and remove the remaining toothpaste then wipe dry with another clean rag.

This method has worked for me as well as for many of my friends. Please note that this simple process will need to be repeated every couple of months. You can take an extra step and apply a standard car wax to the headlight after you have cleaned it. This will seal it and you will not need to clean it with toothpaste again for 3 or 4 months.
ok will try that, still haven't got it yet but will try it.
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However . . . one must learn what a common house spider looks like. I mean, if you do not know, you might be encouraging a dangerous pest. I say kill them all.
I feel the need to point out that reguardless of their species spiders aren't hunting you and one large enough to do so would require more than a flip flop to dicourage
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no they are not, but sometimes they get on you and you move a certain way and they bite you, so if you can keep them out of the house nothing to worry about then. as small as they are some can put a hurtin on you.
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With winter coming and fires needed, pine cones are the best but this works too.
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With winter coming and fires needed, pine cones are the best but this works too.
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You also make me crack up like a broken toilet seat too buddy!!!

FUNNNY stuff!

Shiuzen huis this place always makes me smile because of people like you I just can't gegt enough!

lol!

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I just thought of the best kindling / fire wood in the wooooorld!



What about using these guys for a good fire?



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Whahahahaa

hahahaahaaa!!

lol my dad says to me now:

"What is so funny anyway man???"

I show the super old geezer and I could see dad tried very very hard not to laugh!



But the primordial soup (thye geezer) could not hold it in any longer hahahaha!
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HAHA

You also make me crack up like a broken toilet seat too buddy!!!

FUNNNY stuff!

Shiuzen huis this place always makes me smile because of people like you I just can't gegt enough!

lol!

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I just thought of the best kindling / fire wood in the wooooorld!



What about using these guys for a good fire?



I am gonna patent this freaking awesome idea and SELL IT for a huuuuge fine fine fine fortune and retire on a deserted island and make a theme park on it!

Bill Gates here I come!
I hope not on this one
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I was just joking I am foolish like that
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great when camping or dont have a knife, floss won't take up much space or poke or cut you if in pocket.
WTH? Who puts a (presumably pocket) knife in their pocket without closing it first?

Good luck scaling and gutting a fish with dental floss...
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WTH? Who puts a (presumably pocket) knife in their pocket without closing it first?

Good luck scaling and gutting a fish with dental floss...
It's not talking about a pocket knife!!! In all my life I've never heard of somebody putting a knife away and not folding it.
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It's not talking about a pocket knife!!! In all my life I've never heard of somebody putting a knife away and not folding it.
Hey, don't harsh my "going off on a wild tangent" buzz, man.
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ou ou ou... i want to play... finally a serious question..

hhhhmmm... remember the pocket knife that the blade would slide back into the handle.. and when you push a button, it would pop straight out? but then, if you bump into something with it in your pocket..
IT WOULD JAB YOU (in your private parts)!!!!

:P what i win???
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Who puts a butcher's knife in their pocket?

Seriously, if it isn't talking about a pocket knife then WTH kind of knife is it talking that you'd poke or cut yourself in your pocket?
That's why there's so many safety features on everything out there like a tractor has safety features when you back up it turns the blades off or the engine. Also why put CAUTION HOT on a cup of coffee? So basically the world is full of stupid people and that stuff happens. You can't fix stupid.
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ou ou ou... i want to play... finally a serious question..

hhhhmmm... remember the pocket knife that the blade would slide back into the handle.. and when you push a button, it would pop straight out? but then, if you bump into something with it in your pocket..
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:P what i win???
Never had 1 of those knives.
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