100% acrylic paint works best with vinyl siding, as it’s lightweight and tightly clings to the vinyl. Paint that is too think will eventually flake off. Two coats, best applied as a spray, will do the trick. Keep in mind that darker colors will absorb the heat from the sunRead More →

A ‘chugger’ is defined as “a person who approaches passers-by in the street asking for subscriptions or donations to a particular charity”. Chugging, or face-to-face fundraising, has been used by charities around the world since the mid-1990s when it was introduced by Greenpeace. Is chugger a word? Background – chuggerRead More →

The maximum amount of time dough can sit out the fridge for is four hours for yeast made bread, six for sourdough. Temperature, the characteristics of the sugars in the flour, amount of yeast and the humidity of the room alter the length of the rise. What is the bestRead More →

Two long-term Harvard studies found that simply walking 20 minutes a day may reduce your risk of heart disease by up to 30 percent. Set a goal to walk 20 minutes at least five times a week and experience all the health benefits that a brisk walk can bring you.Read More →

Yod is the astrological formation of two astral bodies (luminaries, planets, asteroids, et cetera) or calculated points (such as midheaven) sextile (60°, 1/6 the zodiac compass) to each other and a third quincunx / inconjunct (150°, 5/12 the zodiac compass) to them both. What do two YODS mean? When theRead More →

Cartels harm consumers and have pernicious effects on economic efficiency. A successful cartel raises price above the competitive level and reduces output. … All of these effects adversely affect efficiency in a market economy. Can cartels be beneficial? Cartels in industries with significant environmental problems – which produce economic ‘bads’Read More →

Growing apart from friends is never fun, but it’s a natural part of life. You change, your friends change, and over time you find that you have less and less to talk about. Cherish the fond memories, and let those friendships fade away when they need to. How do youRead More →

Step 1: Pour about a quarter-cup of kosher salt and some dish soap into your cast iron skillet. Step 2: Using a washrag, scrub the inside of your skillet exceptionally well. Step 3: Once you are done scrubbing, wash it using hot water. How can you tell if cast ironRead More →

2 Answers. Petroleum places a thick coating over the hair strands and doesn’t allow for moisture to get in or out. It’s incredibly tough to get out of the hair when it builds up. Should I avoid petrolatum? Health and Environmental Hazards A petroleum product, petrolatum can be contaminated withRead More →