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  • TinaT42 commented on amalkhan's instructable How to Remove Soap Scum5 months ago
    How to Remove Soap Scum

    As much needed additional income ive clean more than my share of thick soap scum off of tile and glass when doing move out cleaning. I havent tried your methods but plan to give them a try. I've always cheated a bit and use EZ OFF no fume oven cleaner in the blue can. I start at the bottom and work my way up holding the can about 10 to 12 inches from the surface I want the scum off of. Keep a nice steady pacesnd pattern, covering all areas needed. Then wait about 15 minutes and using a damp cloth begin to wipe it off. I always start at the top and work fown for this part. I've been using it for quite a while and its safr to use on those fiberglass surrounds as well. There realky isnt anyscubbing to it which i love considering there's usually so many other things that will require my str...see more »As much needed additional income ive clean more than my share of thick soap scum off of tile and glass when doing move out cleaning. I havent tried your methods but plan to give them a try. I've always cheated a bit and use EZ OFF no fume oven cleaner in the blue can. I start at the bottom and work my way up holding the can about 10 to 12 inches from the surface I want the scum off of. Keep a nice steady pacesnd pattern, covering all areas needed. Then wait about 15 minutes and using a damp cloth begin to wipe it off. I always start at the top and work fown for this part. I've been using it for quite a while and its safr to use on those fiberglass surrounds as well. There realky isnt anyscubbing to it which i love considering there's usually so many other things that will require my strength to scrub.

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  • The Best Dang Butterbeer Outside of Hogsmeade

    Thanks so much. My daughter leaves for college soon and I wanted to make her favorite meal the night before she leaves. Shes a major Harry Potter fan and loves Butter Beer so this will be a nice surprize to go with her dinner.

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  • Self watering vertical garden with recycled water bottles

    You know Cristina, I went back and looked at it again. You're probably right and I didn't even notice it until you pointed it out to. Thanks for straightening that out for me.

    You mention the use of felt material but unless i missed something the material I see wrapped around the containers is Burlap, rough, open weave material. Felt is a rather soft kind of fuzzy material and considerably more expensive. Just wondering.

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  • TinaT42 commented on zaphodd42's instructable Make PVC Look Like Wood5 months ago
    Make PVC Look Like Wood

    Thank you so much fot posting this. I live in Southeast Georgia, outside of Savannah a little. Don't know what heat, rain and humidity is like where you are but here if the temperature gauge says 90°, you can bet with the heat index it typically says it feels like about 103° and yhe sticky humidity and it can be hard to breathe if you aren't use to it. But I digress. As a Jane of all trades and the doer of my own "Honey Do" list so this looks like a cake walk for me. I live in a neighbood that has a great dock with access to the creeks running of the ocean, so in the Marsh. Its relaxing to sit on my pack porch with the great ambiance assisted by about 6 tiki torches. The issue is every winter I have trash the torches due to the weather taking its toll. I've even gone s...see more »Thank you so much fot posting this. I live in Southeast Georgia, outside of Savannah a little. Don't know what heat, rain and humidity is like where you are but here if the temperature gauge says 90°, you can bet with the heat index it typically says it feels like about 103° and yhe sticky humidity and it can be hard to breathe if you aren't use to it. But I digress. As a Jane of all trades and the doer of my own "Honey Do" list so this looks like a cake walk for me. I live in a neighbood that has a great dock with access to the creeks running of the ocean, so in the Marsh. Its relaxing to sit on my pack porch with the great ambiance assisted by about 6 tiki torches. The issue is every winter I have trash the torches due to the weather taking its toll. I've even gone so far as to drive rebar into the ground and slide the torches over it. They can look rather sad, taped with brown duct tape to hold them together by the time our brief winter hits and I trash them Yes, i get the bamboo ones and no, they aren't costly but the udea of not having to buy and replace every year is great. Not to mention the possibilities of the oil burning attachments. I'm rathrr excited to hit Lowe's this weekend buy the PVC and anything else i need. Got to love my military discount they give. LOL Thanks again

    Sorry for the mini novel i posted a bit ago, afraid its the fault of mu ADHD.I thought of another cool use for this. I have a crafting business and travel a little to festivals. In order to offer something affordable for kids I make the marshmallow and double shot rubber band gun. I've painted them black snd camouflage but this would be a realky cool affect to use for the handle sections. Uh oh, tomorrow is payday and once i get in Lowe's I'm a goner. Let other women have the mall I'll take the big hardware supplies stores. Woo Hoo!!!

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