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Posted by Mayer Guttman on

  Garbage is an inevitable byproduct of human existence, and if not properly disposed of, it can lead to numerous problems, including the infestation of maggots. Maggots are the larvae of flies and are known for their ability to consume decaying organic matter. These creatures have a bad reputation and are often associated with disease and uncleanliness. However, maggots play an important role in the ecosystem and have been used for centuries in medicine and as a source of food for animals. The life cycle of a fly begins when a female fly lays her eggs on a suitable food...

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Posted by Jonny K. on

Q: Can rubber bands pull teeth out? A: No, rubber bands are not strong enough to pull out teeth. However, if a rubber band is tightly wrapped around a tooth and left for an extended period, it may cause damage to the tooth and surrounding tissues. Q: Can rubber bands go in the microwave? A: No, rubber bands should not be placed in a microwave as they can cause a fire. Rubber bands are made of synthetic rubber and can ignite when exposed to high heat. Q: Can rubber bands melt? A: Yes, rubber bands can melt under high temperatures...

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Posted by Mayer Guttman on

Stay Organized in 2023.

 Taking the time to properly clean on a regular basis can help protect your home from potential damage and help extend its life. Additionally, staying on top of cleaning can help reduce stress levels in your home and keep it a pleasant place to be.

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

Cooking with plastic has made a huge comeback after some years of safety hesitancy by some eco-friendly chefs. The advantage of using plastic bags, wrap and other safely made plastic materials has become as commonplace in homes and restaurants as the microwave. When I was raising my children, we were constantly bombarded with all kinds of scare tactics about the adverse effects of the microwave oven keeping it out of my kitchen. The same was true with plastic soda bottles and plastic cooking bags, however, with careful scrutinizing the different brands and types of plastic that they are made of,...

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

I strongly identify as a plastic lover. Convenience is no small matter when it comes to the fast-paced era that we belong to. As a busy Mom and business owner two times over, convenience is actually essential. I find myself constantly gravitating to all kinds of plastic-ware. I have designated cabinets in my kitchen for daily use of plastic silverware, cups, bowls and plates. There’s a whole chest of drawers in my garage dedicated solely to storage of fancy plastic dinner-ware. I have a plastic table cloth drawer (I can talk about  how awesome those are for hours.) and a...

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