How can quilts be used in two ways? use it as a blanket when ur cold rap it around ur baby if u have one.. and also u can use it to decorate your house or usse it as a piece of clothing to make clothes for your kids.
Why do people need rain water tanks?People need some of the basic requirements, like food, clothes, water to produce crops ......... Among these things air and water play most important role to be alive. Without water, people can't live. People use water to make their food, to clean, to make houses, to discover artificial things, and so on. But due to non uniform structures of geology, water from underground and other sources may not be available. But, the rain water may be available everywhere, during its season. So people need rain water. Another Answer: People who garden or water their lawns will use this method over tap water. They collect rain water in those 55 gallon tanks (some are larger). Then use this water in a drip irrigation system.Rain water doesn't have the chemicals that are added to tap water, mainly chlorine. Chlorine can be toxic to some plants and grasses. Rain water also has nitrogen in it, beneficial to plants. Tap water does not.Also, if you're on a budget, rain is free.
What is the best way to keep water warm?Leave it in room temperature areasPut the warm water into something that is insulated, even if you keep it on low heat. A thermos, hot water bottle or insulated drink cup are some containers.
Why do they call a spade a bil-dukey?it is a democrat
Will a 12000 btu air conditioning unit cool a 1000 square foot room?Here is a standard BTU to sq. foot chart to help: To cool this area, look for this size air conditioner 100 to 150 square feet: 5,000 BTUs 150 to 250 square feet: 6,000 BTUs 250 to 300 square feet: 7,000 BTUs 300 to 350 square feet: 8,000 BTUs 350 to 400 square feet: 9,000 BTUs 400 to 450 square feet: 10,000 BTUs 450 to 550 square feet: 12,000 BTUs 550 to 700 square feet: 14,000 BTUs 700 to 1,000 square feet: 18,000 BTUs 1,000 to 1 400 square feet: 24,000 BTUs *Remember that the rating for an air conditioner is based on the maximum setting or power level. When in doubt, go for the next higher BTU unit. You don't want to run your A/C at the maximum level.
How can fish get into a pond with no nearby streams?people put them there or there is a tempoary streem that only apears during hard rain
How do you keep squirrels out of your pecan trees?With a 12 gauge shotgun!!!!! No, that is cruel. Just put moth balls in knee high stockings and tie to various places around the tree, and also put a few at the base of the tree. They hate the smell and will not go near the tree. Also, bugs hate the smell too, so it is great for fruit trees as well. Bob A Mothballs are not safe to handle. You don't see them anymore because they have been found to cause cancer. Avoid the darn things.
Who invented the safety pin?Walter Hunt, an American inventor, patented a design that served as the basis for the modern safety pins in 1849. Probably, the ancient Egyptians, but the modern one was invented by Walter Hunt. Walter Hunt received US patent #6,281 on April 10, 1849 for a Dress-Pin. The safety pin was one of the many things invented by Hunt.
How many times do you have to take a dog on a walk per day?Answer 3-4 times a day at least 3
What type of feather duvet is best to buy I have heard that some have duck and down feathers which is best more duck or more down feathersAnd do you get a feather duvet that is dustmite free?Goose feather duvets are best, as geese are cleaner and the duvet doesn't smell like bird, like with duck feathers. The more down, the better quality, but it's warmer and lighter than feathers. And you do get duvets with a nomite label.The best down in down comforters are actually down clusters which come from the underbody of geese and ducks, primarily in the breast area.
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