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Hydrogen Peroxide

Benefits and Uses from Healthy Cures .org by ANDREA HARPER & DR. AKILAH EL   Hydrogen peroxide is the only germicidal agent composed only of water and oxygen. Like ozone, it kills disease organisms by oxidation! Hydrogen peroxide is considered the worlds safest all natural...

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splitting station

I am working over the now enclosed breezeway. It is nearly completely sealed from the weather and has significant insulation. I expect it to make a pleasant work environment when I get done working on it. Akin to spending 100 hours setting up a computer...

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box fan box

We have been living with a really ugly shroud for our box fan. It started life as a temporary housing for my box fan to vent the smoke from my home coffee roasting out the shop window. I hinged it to the ceiling, then swung...

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firewood factory

My tool set for processing firewood. Missing from the photo are my chainsaw and its manual counterpart, the crosscut saw. I’ll have to update the photo later. From right to left … (isn’t that how we all process?) hatchet (old friend) probably a pound and...

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woodshed

I just finished expanding last year’s winter heat storage unit and improving on it a bit. With 20-bucks-worth of new lumber, I was able to scrounge the rest of the needed materials. Good thing, because that left me cash to pay someone else to cut...

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handrail from scraps

I have had a number of requests for a handrail. Silly. It is only three steps down. Even an old guy can hop up or down three steps. Still, some womenfolk think they need a handrail for those three steps. Okay. Okay. It is on...

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radio, reloading bench

I am more than a little surprised today to discover I never shared my finished product here. Ta Da! One of the endearing bits of me as far as the Missus is concerned is my role as “Shelf-Meister”. I have squeezed just about as much...

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Zeus testing us

Last night an electrical storm rolled over us. One really big flash woke me up, followed by a major thunderclap a second later. There was no electricity in our house immediately thereafter. Still no juice at 0600 this morning. Think: “Good thing today is among...

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for super busy Moms

Being a Mom is a lot of work. It is almost irrational to expect a Mom to chase the baby AND have time to mop the floor. The solution is obvious now that you see it. Put on the mop onesie and turn the crawler...

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emergency radio cards

Assuming that phones and Internet will work unfailingly forever is extraordinarily popular. This is despite the fact everyone knows they don’t, can’t and won’t. Worse, they will fail when everyone most wants information on what is going on and wants to share information on their...

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kitchen towels poisoning you

(NaturalNews) If you’re concerned about bacteria and food poisoning, new research suggests that a threat that you might not have fully considered could be the most dangerous source of infection in your home. No, it isn’t the cutting board, the sink, or even the toilet...

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homemade mosquito repellent

How to Make a Homemade Mosquito Repellent That Works If you’re like me… you loathe mosquitoes. They’re pesky, buzzing, blood sucking summer burdens! I’m also unfortunately apart of the “delicious” population that mosquitoes tend to target most! Some of my friends don’t get bitten at...

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