Christmas Tree Lights

Enjoy your Christmas lights, but be mindful of the following:
*Don’t let them get too hot, cut them off
periodically to cool off
*Don’t have more than 3 sets of lights
plugged into one outlet
*Outdoor lights need currency stronger
than indoor lights, use outdoor
extension cords

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS - POST

 

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SPOT REMOVER

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE  SPOT REMOVER                                                                              

 Ingredients

3 Tablespoons of baking soda

3 Teaspoons of vinegar

1 Teaspoons of Dawn dish detergent

Mix all ingredients to a paste

Directions

Spoon the mixture onto the spot

And rub it, then let it sit before

Washing it.

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE                                   SPOT REMOVER               

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SPOT REMOVER                            

                                         

 Ingredients

3 Tablespoons of baking soda

3 Teaspoons of vinegar

1 Teaspoons of Dawn dish detergent

Mix all ingredients to a paste

Directions

Spoon the mixture onto the spot

And rub it, then let it sit before

Washing it.

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE DRANO

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE DRANO

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Ingredients 

3 Tablespoons of baking soda

¼ cup vinegar

Directions

Pour the baking soda into the

Drain, then add the vinegar

Let it sit for 15 to 30 minutes

Then run hot water in the drain

For 10 minutes

If the drain is a tough problem

Repeat.

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CELL PHONE SURFACES AND THEIR GERMS

TEXTING, EMAILS, FACEBOOK MESSAGING, SNAPCHAT, ANSWERING A CALL, ?

Every time you do one of the above you are using your fingers and hands to send the messages, etc.

How often do you clean your phone screen?  Do you wash your hands before and after you use your phone?

Phone surfaces carry a buffet of germs and each time you use your cell phone surface you leave germs and pick up germs.  Germs are transmitted from hand to mouth just by not washing your hands and sanitizing your cell phone screen.

It may seem irrelevant, but every time you touch a doorknob, push open a door, touch the microwave in the break room, the light switch, someone else’s stapler, etc. you pick up germs on your hands.  Then you touch your cell phone and you’re eating with those same hands while using your cell phone.

STOP and take the time to wipe off your phone screen.  A sanitizing wipe weekly will kill most of the germs sitting on your cell phone and allow you to keep your self from getting sick from germs you put on your cell phone screen.

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