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When my well-used washer failed to complete its last load of clothes a while back, I knew that I wanted a front-loading washer because of the water and energy savings but I had no clue as to which one was the right one for me. They all had interesting features and options but it was a bit overwhelming.
I know that some of you out there are just like me when it comes to buying appliances. I consider buying a new refrigerator or washer a big purchase and I like to research all of my options before I make my final decision. I don’t know about you, but my budget doesn’t allow for any mistakes!
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When you attend your holiday dinner parties and Christmas gatherings, instead of gifting your host or hostess with the usual bouquet of flowers or bottle of wine, visit The Home Depot’s Gift Center for some unique and distinctive gifts that appeal to the consummate home entertainer.
For the accomplished chef, browse a variety of kitchen tools, grills and grilling accessories. If the home entertainer on your list is a gadget guru, you’ll find gift options big and small, from patio heaters to knife sharpeners and everything in between.
Visit The Home Depot’s Gift Center and you’ll discover a treasure trove of useful, cutting-edge gift options for the person who loves to entertain at home. Check out this great video with Mike and Karen to help you see even more great gift ideas!
It’s a cold night here in Atlanta. In fact, we are supposed to have our first freeze before morning. So as this cooler weekend nears, I’ve been working on my late fall gardening to-do list. You gardeners out there know the drill…trim down some of the remaining perennials, mulch some of the remaining beds, prepare some new beds for the spring, etc.
Although the trees are now beginning to take center stage for the finale of the gardening season, something else in the garden stole the spotlight the past week. Something very special and surprising.
Halloween is a fun, exciting holiday for kids (and adults too!), but it’s also a time to exercise caution and remain aware of possible safety hazards. Below are some quick tips to help make this Halloween a safe and happy holiday for you and your trick-or-treaters:
Make sure that your child has a pre-programmed cell phone with him/her prior to going out on Halloween night, and that all important numbers are programmed in and ready for use.
The witching hour is almost upon us. It’s time to prepare your lawn to welcome all of the little ghouls and goblins from around the neighborhood. These aged tombstones create a spooky cemetery and sets the tone for a wonderful celebration from beyond the graves.
Mound earth to look like newly dug graves and set out a few of these tombstones for a deathly welcome. The tombstones can be carefully constructed out of polystyrene insulation. To ensure an easy cleanup, pile the dirt from the “fresh graves” onto a dark or clear plastic drop cloth.
Anybody who shaves knows that a dull cutting tool is more likely to do damage than a sharp one. Same goes for woodworking chisels. You’ve got to get those chisels sharp if you want to them to work well, and be safe to use.
It might surprise you to learn that brand new chisels aren’t ready to go to work. Most chisels are ground, not honed, by the manufacturer. Grinding is, well, grinding. A shaping process. honing is what it takes to get the chisel REALLY sharp so it cuts effectively. The grinding marks near the tip of the chisel in the picture tell me this one needs some work. Our goal is to remove the marks left behind by the grinder.