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I have an older dryer and have to use two cycles to get my clothes completely dry. This product claims to cut drying time.
Many years ago some bright spark suggested that putting a tennis ball into a dryer would help soften clothes and save you money by reducing drying time. Marketing gurus have cottoned onto this idea and introduced plastic or woollen balls claiming to do
Plus there's a mini kitchen complete with a coffee machine, stove, fridge, dishwasher, and washer-dryer – you could quite comfortably live in this space, and the thought of moving in crosses my mind several times during the week. The Superior Suite
Static cling is not only a death sentence for sock pairs, it's annoying to constantly have to peel your clothes apart as you fold and hang them. It's even worse to show up at school or work and have to pull a sock out from the inside of your pant leg
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Eco Nuts - Natural Wool Dryer Balls - 4 Ball(s)Eco Nuts Natural Wool Dryer Balls are a reusable, healthy, natural and chemical-free alternative to dryer sheets. Dryer Balls work by lifting and separating clothes allowing air to circulate, and can reduce drying time by 10-25%. They fluff and soften the laundry through gentle friction. These wool Dryer Balls are an alternative to the plastic PVC dryer balls. Place them in your dryer and as they tumble with your clothes they will keep laundry soft and reduce the drying time. They last for years. They recommend you start with 4 per dryer load and increase as needed. You can also use their linen spray or an essential oil to scent the balls before drying to scent your laundry. Softens Clothes Reduces Drying Time Saves Energy Saves Money Plastic and Chemical Free Helps Reduce Wrinkles Lasts for Years About Eco NutsEco Nuts was conceived as a company that could transcend the cleaning industry in becoming a leader in environmentally responsible practices. They are environmentally friendly in their operations and socially responsible in dealing with their customers, partners and suppliers. All their products are cruelty and paraben-free, vegan, tested only on humans, and utilize recycled or recyclable packaging! Packaging: They strive with their packaging and products to have as little impact on the environment as possible, and that means no plastic in every instance it can be avoided. Whenever possible, they incorporate recycled, repurposed, sustainable and organic materials. Every box of Eco Nuts purchased is one less plastic detergent bottle, making it into a landfill or using precious resources in order to recycle that plastic. Why Aluminum?The choice of recycled carboard for the Eco Nuts is obvious, but they reviewed and settled on aluminum to contain their liquid. Aluminum can be recycled endless times - over and over again. It is more energy-efficient to recycle aluminum than ever before.
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For many years throughout the 20th Century, the conveniences of household cleaning items was such that no one asked where they came from or what they contained. Today, the consciousness of many consumers has started to advance due to ongoing environmental and economic concerns. For that reason, dozens of new products have developed on the market âe" from Simple Green to Seventh Generation. In addition to these green conscious products though, there are hundreds of ways you can change your house cleaning and maintenance to be eco-friendly, even making your own cleaning materials out of everyday items that have zero environmental impact. This book will guide you through the process of both recognizing and utilizing the most advanced eco-friendly house cleaning technology around, as well...
Most eco-friendly books start with terror-inducing lists of the carcinogenic chemicals you are liberally slathering all over every single surface in your house, painting most people as as unwitting eco-villains, happily Lysol-ing your way straight to hell. Well, readers can just relax and unpack the (plastic) bags – no guilt trips today! At this point I think we all know that cleaning with bleach is bad and pop cans should go into the recycling – we’re beyond that, yes? All You Need is Less is about realistically adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle without either losing your mind from the soul-destroying guilt of using a plastic bag because you forgot your reusable ones in the trunk of your car (again), or becoming a preachy know-it all whom everyone loathes from the tips of her...
Bubbly Watermlon Balls Recipe
Ingredients:champagne, honey, lemonade, mint, water, watermelon
Christmas Rum Balls(Or Bourbon Balls)
Ingredients:cocoa powder, sugar, pecan, rum, vanilla wafers, corn syrup
Baked Kofta Balls in Tomato Sauce
Ingredients:cabbage, cauliflower, cayenne, coriander, garam masala, cumin, olive oil, pasta sauce, salt, flour, turmeric
Amaretto Bon Bon Balls
Ingredients:almond meal, amaretto liqueur, cocoa powder, powdered sugar, corn syrup, vanilla wafers
The Flaming Lips review – potent hit of feelgood psychedelia
01/22/17, via The Guardian
Come the mangled Beck-in-a-tumble-dryer electro-rock of What Is the Light ... Disclaimer: no hallucinogens were abused in the making of this review. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Songs from their current comedown phase provide amorphous, dream-like counterpoint.
Best Hair Dryer Reviews 2017 – Buyer’s Guide
01/15/17, via buyvaluablestuff.com
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Nellie's PVC-Free Dryerballs
01/02/17, via containerstore.com
This is my first experience with dryer balls. So far, so good! I did buy the fragrance sticks too, and love the slight lavender scent it gives off. There is more static on our clothes than I had hoped for, but in the name of using less chemicals ...
On my road to scale down the number of items in my daily bag and its overall weight, I have come to reduce even what you saw from my last bag (www.flickr.com/photos/beorn_ours/9489882942/). The reduction was more in matters of weight, not that much of absolute number of items. A detailed description of the bag and items can be found here (in case you cannot read the notes above): do8y.tumblr.com/post/79752144399/whats-in-my-bag-15-feb-2...
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Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County in the 1840s & 1850s Part 2 youtu.be/sKyR3ZLv55I TRT: 8:16 civilwarscholars.com/?p=11948 2436 words This is taken from one of six essays written for Sewanee Review from 1913 to 1915 by Ambrose Robert Hite Ranson (1831-1919) about his growing up years living at his family home, Gap View, and his experiences during the Civil War as a Confederate officer. His observations are very informative about daily life pre-war amid unacceptable observations condoning the enslavement of other human beings. His account is still important in its rendering of daily work on a farm in the 1840s and 1850s in Jefferson County, Virginia, one of the most agricultural counties in the Virginias. These conditions were substantially different in the northern Shenandoah Valley when compared to the brutal monocultures in the deep South. Enslavement in Jefferson County, based on writings of those - white and black - who lived here then - was one of diverse work,...
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Follow me on Twitter | Like on Facebook | Circle me on G+ I was testing out a new telephoto lens I got a couple of weeks ago and was lucky to catch an amazing sunset that painted this field and house golden yellow. Other Photo Gear Used: Sirui T-2005X Tripod with K-10x Tripod Head Photo Processing Software used: Adobe Lightroom; Adobe Photoshop; Nik HDR Efex Pro; Feel free to download the full size version of Distant House from my blog for personal use. For commercial use, please contact me for pricing.
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