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Clean Peanut Butter Jar for Recycling
Storage Rack Made From Scrap Lumber
Sorry. Don't understand your question m - TheWaterDog
How should I go about selling this bad boy, so another enthusiast can enjoy it - Chocologan
Look above, what should I do with my light - Chocologan
Recycle caulk tubes for re-use
Traffic Signal / Stop Light Wiring with Arduino Controller
Cigar Box Speaker Cabinets
Aww ruby is cute
I've tried the hot water but it didn't really work for me.
Does the ferret get PB all over its fur, though?
I also use the spatula, but I see that a lot of people don't like to use that last part. I take it out with a spatula and put it in a container for cooking or baking. A little PB improves the flavor of Mole Poblano and there are several other recipes besides PB cookies.
Dogs are amazing cleaning tools. I have loving memories of those moments when milk or an egg fell on the floor, and my dog would come to my rescue without me having to ask!
Love it. My little "Ruby" thanks you!
The Geiger Cable Dome
Awesome design.What is the deal with the wheels on the swings? Do they actually roll on the ground or are they just on there for looks?
Hexagon Swing With Sunken Fire Pit
I think this is the same design we used to build back when I was in the boy scouts. They are really easy to build and fly. They work well without the tails. We used to make them out of heavy plastic sheeting and dowel rods. I think we just taped the dowel rods to the plastic.
I agree, do not give your dog anything containing xylitol. She once got a hold of some gum that had that in it. Puked all over the house and we had to take her to the vet to get her stomach pumped. No fun. I won't even buy anything that has that in it, just in case she were to get into it.
I will second that caution. Usually, if you really want to burn something, you will have a difficult time getting a fire going. When you don't want to burn something and think you have the fire completely out is when that tiny hidden ember takes off on its own.Regarding the overall content, I will probably put some of these tips to use in the near future. I recently had a tree blow over in a wind storm, leaving a stump in a bad location. I discovered there is an old steel drainage pipe embedded in the roots which will probably prevent using a stump grinder on it.
A ferret is even better. No cutting involved! They fit right in the large jars!
It may not be from palm oil, but any hydrogenated oil is a trans-fat and is unhealthy for dogs. And about 2/3 of peanut butters list hydrogenated oil as an ingredient. Particularly the cheaper supermarket brands that tend to come in plastic jars. - stateit
or you could just pour in hot water and close the jar and shake really well - SafaryX
While peanuts are not toxic to dogs, the trans-fats used in making peanut butter are.You are setting your dog up for a painful poisoning. Search for 'palm oil dogs poison'.
Recycled Chimney Tile Flower Pots
Can this be done using a remote type button. I would like to be able to use a sensor somewhat like what is on a garage door opener to switch the light from green to orange to red and back. Grandkids would love it when we come home. What would you suggest?
I think if the design is tweaked a little, then it can be used for other storage purposes as well across the house. It can also help in coming up with ways on how to save money on a self storage unit. By placing such a rack inside the unit, you can place more things and save space, hence saving you costs as you need a much smaller unit for the same amount of items.
Anybody help me? I have a traffic light and one of those halloween sensor pads. I want my traffic light to stay green when powered on and switch to yellow when the pad is pressed. Then switch to red when the pad is pressed again. Then green.
Glass Photo Display
iPod Shuffle Organizer from recycled gift card
Spicy Pizza Crusted Pizza
Futurama Meme Gift Card
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