Author: Fattle

Thanks, Steve: Apple-Inspired Design at Home

Losing Steve Jobs got me to thinking about just how important Apple is to those who love layout. From the first Macintosh to the iPod, iPhone, iPad and iconic Apple Stores, Apple has led the way. And not only in engineering, but in producing wonderful, user-friendly, holistically constructed objects. Who can forget that legendary “1984” […]

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The Rachel Zoe Project Is Back

I’m just going to admit it. I cannot WAIT for Season 4 of The Rachel Zoe Project to air tonight. Though her grossly exaggerated Valley Girl accent can be bothersome, Zoe can make unparalleled drama around a missing earring, an Oscar-dress hem or even a kit overlooking boob tape. She reacts to a lost FedEx […]

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How to Clean Brick and Concrete with a Pressure Washer

Like most homeowners, you probably take great pride in your hardscapes for the convenience they provide. When properly maintained on a regular basis, a hardscape can literally last you for decades, but aggressive cleaning methods can compromise its quality and reduce its lifespan. Luckily for you, we’ve got some helpful tips on how to clean […]

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The best way to Clean a Glass Cook Top Which Is Discolored

Glass cooktops offer a sleek surface that allows for fast clean up and heats. Spills and meals left to sit can cause glass. Heat in the burners make cleaning difficult and can burn off the foods on the area. Cleaners are specifically formulated to eliminate remove difficult stains without damaging or scratching the glass cook […]

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Patching Up a Concrete Floor

Holes and cracks in cement are very common. They can be caused by a number of factors but even then, the most important thing is to know how to patch up the concrete. Fixing cracks or holes in the cement floor is often more complicated than just pouring wet cement and flattening out the surface. […]

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The best way to Cut Lettuce Therefore It Keeps Growing

Leaf lettuce grows well in climates with cool-weather, especially in home gardens. Lettuce can be usually grown by cool locations all the year. Fall planting and spring is most useful for hotter inland locations with warm summer temperatures. As the leaves develop independently in the crown, leaf lettuce is effective with the cut-and-come-again approach. While […]

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How to Pressure Wash Your Driveway

When it comes to maid service Pasadena the driveway, many homeowners immediately think of hiring a professional. But you can actually remove the wear and tear from your driveway with just a few simple steps. Doing so will save you money that you would have spent on hiring a professional washer. Here’s how to use […]

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The best way to Attach Wood Window Screens

Window screens are an energy-helpful approach to improve ventilation in a space while maintaining debris out doors and bugs. On older houses, wood-frame window screens enhance the windows in an in a manner that that steel screens can’t. Although wood-frame window screens are removable, they’re not appropriate for each window, aluminum and particularly vinyl. The […]

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How to Replace Wood Fence Panels in 5 Steps

Depending on the number of fences Tuscaloosa you need to replace, you will not have to spend more than a few hours on the job, especially if you are doing it alone. If you get some help, you will finish the project even faster. For this project, you will need the following tools: -Tape measure-1 […]

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Soil Type-S for Green Beans

Green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) are developed in backyard gardens around the country, plus they can be equally suitable to developing in Sunset’s Environment Zones 1 through 24. A warm weather crop beans ought to be planted in full sun after all danger of frost has passed. If you’re able to provide all of them with […]

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