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Sanitization and Germs

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Although it is impossible to eradicate every germ around you, there are things you can do to help make surfaces in your home and workplace less hospitable to a variety of germs. Germs pass freely to and from surfaces, and this category will enlighten the curious and aid the phobic with various tips, tricks, and methods of deep cleaning and sanitizing.
%REPLIES% Answer yes, you can have your toilet refinished. Another option is to buy some porcoline patch and do it yourself. Just shut off your angle valve and drain as much water as you can out of the bowl by holding down the trip lever. The water should go down enough for you to repair the sc…
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First, a thourough inspection should be done in the crawlspace or basement of the dwelling to find any potential problems that need attention. If the structure is built on a concrete slab then you are at the mercy of only slab top inspections. If possible hire a licensed home inspector with a meter …
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Bleach has no effect on a wax ring.Ans 2 - Bleach will not affect wax rings, but if you're on septic it WILL kill the bacteria . So only use it if on city sewer.
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You will need:2 litre soda bottle1/4" bit of drill to make holes on bottom of soda bottleA big web of fiberfiller, ( "pillow stuffing" ) - polyester fibers work ) ( ticking ) cut 12" of the back of a garden hose ( the part that screws on you want)Duck typeOptional: extra Hose ClampWhat to do:Take th…
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The quickest and cheapest way to clean that up is....DUMP IT and start over. Scrub down the inside with some bleach in the water or scrub spots with baking soda and water paste. Rinse well and refill. Be sure to put chlorine in the water along with some algacide. Also make sure that you have a clean…
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alcohol is someting u drink how would it kill germs idiot. Answer2: 91% alcohol you get from the drugstore and the supermarket is excellent for killing germs. Most of the hand sanitizers have 65+ percent of alcohol. Stay away from those hand sanitizers with triclosan.
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Turn off the pump. Remove the filter drain plug and allow filter to drain. Remove the filter dome, if your filter doesn�t have a dome you may have to remove the multiport mounted on top of the filter. Using a wet/dry vacuum suck out the old sand and discard, be careful not to da…
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use a Chorlox Bleach stick.If the area is outside or in a area that is well ventilated you can use liquid swimming pool clorine (use every safety precaution from the pool supply people).I can't stress how strong this stuff is. There is a product from Australia called Pink Stuff www.pinkstuff.com.a…
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Frequent hand washing is the BEST way to NOT get colds and the flu. BUT do it right: HOT water, and SOAP, and do it for at least as long as it takes you to SING the national anthem, from start to finish. You do know the words, right? The point here is this: most people don't wash LONG enough, and do…
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The Practical Answer is 'No' If you put them in a petri dish together, the soap/sperm dish would probably have fewer sperm than the null/sperm dish, so Yes. But for practical purposes, No. Soap, vinegar, lemon juice, cold water or any other thing you wash out with will not kill the sperm and prev…
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Yes, Ultraviolet (UV) Sanitizers for pools do work. They use the same wavelength of UV light (254nm) that has been used worldwide for over 60 years to purify drinking water. For a more specific explanation of how they work see below. The UV254 Sanitizer uses Ultraviolet Technology at a wavelength of…
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DisinfectantsDisinfectants are bacteria killers...but don't forget to... READ THE DIRECTIONS!!! Contact time is the Number one issue! Contact time kills the little germs/ bacteria...did i say contact time!!! popular products that say anti bacterial are Anti bacterial, however they must have adaquate…
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Answer a moldy smell is ususally caused by fungus growing in the fins of the A/C evaporator core, because there is a constant supply of moisture on the evaporator core. There are a number of products out there that are for this problem. Winns has a good one, and the Ford dealer has one as well…
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No, unfortunately, isopropyl alcohol cannot kill the virus that causes AIDS. However, common household bleach can. See the information below* from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about using bleach for this purpose. AIDS is not the name of the virus, it is the name of the dis…
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Antibacterial cleaners By destroying the bacteria cells And also by killing the dirtyness in and out of the skin
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Bleach kills mold instantly. Try a cleaner with bleach and scrub with a brush. Pour bleach into the bowl and let it sit. Then scrub as usual. If your problem is also with rust in the bowl, nothing I have found works better than Iron Out. You can purchase this in most grocery stores and department st…
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Bacteria and Wood Utensils Answer This is a commonly-held belief. Supposedly, sanitation of wooden spoons and cutting boards can be problematic because bacteria get into the pores of the wood. However, in practice, this is not a major difficulty if the spoon is washed and dried properly betwee…
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baking soda...trust me it works
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From my experience in other applications, urethane does not take to steam very well. Similar to wood, the urethane will swell casuing physical and possible chemical changes to occur. I hope this is helpful. Paul Houghton All Seals, Inc.
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Unplug or at least power down the unit. For an air conditioner or similar appliance, Spray it with the garden hose. It is recommended to allow the unit to dry before powering back on. To remove heavy deposits, use a nylon or other soft bristed brush (so as not to score the metalic surface of your co…
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The answer is an unequivocal NO. The alcohol used in these products is either ethyl or isopropyl alcohol. While ethyl alcohol is what is in your booze, the purity, concentrations, and other ingredients in hand sanitizer makes wholly unsuitable for consumption. isopropyl alcohol is unsafe for ingesti…
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Highly concentrated amounts of alcohol (70% and higher) can kill bacteria by damaging the plasma membrane and denaturing proteins within the cell. Gram-negative bacteria are more vulnerable to alcohol because they contain a thin peptidoglycan cell wall covered by an outer membrane. The outer membran…
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When you flush a toilet you are simply releasing the stored energy of the water held in the tank above it. Gravity does the work as the water from the tank fills the bowl, forcing it to drain. The water from the tank is dispensed around the inside of the upper rim of the toilet bowl. If that is the …
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Stinkin' Fridge!Get a small box of baking soda and place it in the refrigerator towards the back. There are also products specifically labeled to eliminate odors in the frige. Cleaning the fridge will help a whole lot too.  Arm & Hammer!!Like he said above, arm & hammer is awesome. If …
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Answer When i moved into our house our shower was terrible. I got CLR and used hot water and lots of scrubbing (continuously cleaning the scrub brush) with a good scrub brush. I used one that the handle above it so you are pushing down on it as you scrub. Hope this helps some. The cleaning metho…
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It's insect feces (poop). Put a small quaint of it on a piece on white paper. Put two or three drops of warm water on the insect feces. Let dry. If it stains the paper red, most likely it's from fleas or something else that lives on blood. Wow i didn't know that!!! That is very cool. I feel bad…
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The formulation was held, during the 1970's by a chemical company in Sydney. The Bestline name was purchased by a guy called Brown who lived in the Chatswood NSW suburb. The US parent company went bust years ago.
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The Answer is Get on the floor with your hands and knees and scrub until it's gone. or, hire a pro for a zillion trillion bucks. Your choice. Depends on the tile, if its glazed tile you may have to reglaze,granite and marble can be buffed,if the scratches are deep it may have to be ground down,i…
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After spending months looking for a refill in Arlington, Texas - I went directly to the www.lysol.com website. I found the ready brush starter kit and refills listed on the discontinued items page. Not sure, but I can't find them in Charleston South Carolina Eitheunless you're hiding something from …
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alcohol dehydrating the cell/s. due to lack of water germ killed.
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Well, soap is made out of animal fat. In case you didn't know, you are rubbing your body with animal fat. May smell good, but it's animal fat. I repeat animal fat. ANIMAL FAT :)
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I think you've just about had your money's worth out of that little feller. Replace all that floor pan and you're going to find the crossmembers are rotted, so it will fail inspection anyway. And just how many miles do you expect to squeeze out of that little 3 cylinder engine after you've done it a…
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You clean marble with a wet cloth.....well obviosly u clapped out clowns...
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Answer yes hand saitizer can kill you. it won't kill you if don't use more then once. if you use it more then 3 times wash your hands with soap and water.
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ok, lipbalm i believe is sort of a waxy substance... and the way i remove candle wax from my tablecloths is by putting the fabric between sheets of paper towel or any absorbent paper and going over it with a hot iron. the heat melts the wax and the paper absorbs it out of the fabric. change papers r…
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Answer a couple of tablespoons in the bucket will work fine According to the Vinegar Institue, use equal parts of distilled white vinegar with warm water, but try the suggestion above first as it may not be necessary to use more than just a couple of tablespoons per bucket. http://www.versati…
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First, you'll need to fill the tank with water (warm or cold). There are three fill lines on the side of the tank. Fill to the desired line and add one shampooer tank lid full of Kirby shampoo for each line of water. A full tank will require three lids full of shampoo.Remove the outer cloth bag by r…
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Yes, but it will have no effect as a type of "morning after pill" if that's what you're thinking.
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You wash the item with clean, hot soapy water then rinse or wipe clean afterwards.
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yung... may flush, at yung derekta sa il yung ... may flush at meron din namang derekta sa ilog.... saka alam nyo ba yung sa dyaryo? tatae ka sa dyaryo tapos ibabalot mo... ibabato mo sa kapit bahay... Good luck na lang sayo for those of us who speak english. You get, low level toilets (a spli…
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My #1 advice would be to buy toilet cleaner.If not MAYBE, i am not saying it will work, but by mixing bicarbonate of soda (for scrubbing limescale) Baby oil (for a 'nonastic' surface) lemon juice (for sent) and a scourer for scrubbing the toilet. Again, i am not saying this effect will work.#3 Get a…
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If you go out somewhere you don't want people talking behind your back plus it keeps us from diseases and different sickness.
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Using a pandan leaf in a chalk is a useful recipe for roach repellant.
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Sterilization is process of eliminating or killing all the microbes in a food by heating, irradiating, etc.It is also the method by which all contaminations are completely destroyed. Sterilization is the elimination of microbiological organisms. This is also known as microbiology.
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Germs in Jacuzzi Pool Germs, (in particular, certain types of pathogenic Bacteria) can proliferate in hot tubs.
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germs are mainly found in females vaginas
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If your drywall is in good shape and not soft, you can remove mold from your walls by simply mixing some bleach in a bucket with water and use a sponge to scrub it off. It might not be a fun solution, but it works very well. If the mold is over a large area and you know there was water damage, you s…
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See Related Links See the Related Links for "Plastics Recycling" to the bottom for the answer. ........... Plastics are often melted at very high temperatures and the new fibers treated in a variety of ways, so you are not to worry about infections or any other risks to your health when purcha…
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Monesy is one of the most dirtiest thing that is in our world and the funny thing is we use it everyday. It (money) can destroy friendships,relationships its actually crazy. My opinion is MONEY is the most dirtiest thing on earth. meri maa di fuddi ch lann paa ke chakk-chakk ke maareya... me…
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There are a number of things that can kill bacteria. 1. Antibiotics 2. Antiseptics 3. Antibodies 4. Bleach 5. Disinfectant 6. Mouthwash Heat /ColdVinegarChlorineSalt
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According to EPA specifications, a sanitizer is a type of antimicrobial that kills or irreversibly inactivates at least 99.9 percent of all fungi, bacteria, and viruses (otherwise known as called microbes or microorganisms) present on a surface. Most sanitizers contain toxic chemicals such as iodine…
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It won't protect you because it is the fluid that is contagious. Not the sperm or way have you.
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Nosocomial infections (also known as Healthcare-Associated Infections ~ HAI) are those which are contracted as a result of treatment in a hospital or hospital-like setting, such as a nursing home, surgical center, or rehabilitation center. Infections are considered nosocomial if they first appear 48…
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Answer Ceramic floor tiles can be cleaned with any cleaning products- with the exception of comet or any type of gritty abrasive cleaner- (do not use-comet or any abrasive cleaners on ceramic tile- the tile will scratch- You can use all other types of cleaning supplies on ceramic- liquid soaps- p…
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Try warm soapy water and a soft brush. Answer: Baking soda and water should do the trick. Baking soda is a natural degreaser. Another answer You can use neat dishwasher cleaning fluid - the kind that you put into an empty dishwasher with the cap pointing downwards without first opening the bott…
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It is good to use dry dust mop first to clean granite floors. This will help in removing the dirt which causes scratches. Next, get a bucket of hot water ready and put in some mild dish detergent to form soapy water for a more efficient cleaning. Once done, you can dip the rag mop into the mixture a…
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Everyone has different needs and so there is no best central vacuum system, only what is best for you. There are three basic types of central vacuum systems. The first is a true cyclonic system. In a true cyclonic system the motor produces a tornado type circulation within the dirt can. The dirt en…
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Homemade Vinyl Record Cleaning Solution Try a little denatured alcohol mixed with distilled water. Try a 25 percent alcohol / 75 percent water mixture.
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AnswersOnly the passage of time will do that.More research has to be done in this area. There is no answer to this at the moment.
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You shouldn't use wet products on laminate floors. A dry mop such as a swiffer duster will do the trick.There are products on the market that are excellent for cleaning laminated floors. They contain a cleaner that leaves the floors clean and like new.
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Yes, Vinegar is very strong! Its like acid, it kills most germs! No lie
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Answer Yes; most bacteria will remain alive, albeit dormant, in freezing temperatures. If you asking due to concern of going out to eat or buying fountain drinks, think of it this way... Most places don't bother with little details like cleaning the inside of the ice machine.
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'Add a few drops of chlorine bleach to bicarbonate of soda and mix it to a paste,' say Kim and Aggie. 'This is effective at removing grease and soap scum from grout lines in tiles.' I put some bicarbonate soda into dish slowly added bleach until i had a paste using old sponge or cloth using gloves w…
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Lupe Hernandez Bakersfield,CA. in 1996, he called an invention hotline off of the TV, and ordered a package for an indea he had on how he would create a cleaning system in hospitals, to where all sinks would have a an alochol solutions, at the bottom of the sinked contected to the pipe out going wat…
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the creation of rules designed to protect public healththe development and application of sanitary measures for the sake of cleanliness, protecting health, etc.
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it depends on how intense (strong) the light is and what temperature it is stable at
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Ozone kills everything living. It also destroys the lignins in wood, the "soft" polymers used in carpet backing, mattress padding, and destroys colors and dyes (starting with blue and heading for red last). So it is a beast best applied sparingly, and with foreknowledge of applied doses that are eff…
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Answer according to here: http://health.msn.com/womens-health/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100123457 they die at 155 degrees
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Steam cleaners do not lift varnish or shrink polished floor boards. The whole idea of applying varnish to a floor is so that the floor will be protected from moisture or liquid being absorbed by the wood.
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solvents , degreasers, foaming agents, geling agents, The active ingredient is typically lye (sodium hydroxide).
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Soap can kill germs but can't get rid of them permanently. They will keep coming back. Don't buy 'can kill 99.9% of germs because not only does it kill bad germs, but it kills the good ones too.
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it is steam sterlization in which temp & pressure both works
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Soap is made with water, sodium hydroxide, fats, sodium chloride, flavors, coloring agents, preservatives etc.
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If the 304 Stainless surface is polished, then using a buffer is a good solution. However, if it has a grain finish, then the buffer will only produce a bright spot where the scratch was and it won't match the surrounding area. What needs to be done for scratches in brushed grain Stainless steel sur…
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Germs can live as long as a week depending on the type of area they are in. Most germs can live up to a day or longer most of the time. Answer By the word Germ, I gather you are probably referring to a pathogenic microorganism such as bacteria or viruses. A germ can last only seconds in one enviro…
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Certainly, as long as, all the solids are removed during the flush.
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bacteria can be killed from a by a variety of things, bacteriophages can be engineered to kill bacteria, but the main killer is the antibiotics which kill bacteria in massive numbersBy taking pillsSterilization, Pasteurization, Cold Temperatures, Antiseptics, disinfectants, and washing hands.Nothin …
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Answer bleach water , use a hose end sprayer with bleach in it, or use Mold*Off, or Concrobium
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You may even use a bleach and water solution if you do not have or have access to a carpet cleaner as mentioned and/or if you would like to disinfect on a weekly/monthly basis. Answer use a wet carpet mach, like rug doctor, or so, add a disinfecant to the water,
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True soap is the result of a chemical reaction (saponification) of vegetable and/or animal fats with sodium hydroxide (lye) and it retains its natural glycerin. Most commercial "soap" is actually detergent and legally cannot be labeled as soap (for example, beauty bars). They remove the natural glyc…
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Answer these worms al;ready live in these products...they seem to hatch after long storage and not using these items...if u refridgerate these it will prolong freshness of product and the worms cannot mature.....if u bought this product with the worms already hatched it means the pr5oduct was sol…
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if its a penny you could just put it in lemon juice.
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Answer cleaning generally means getting rid of clutters, getting rid of dust, making things shiny, or making it pleasant to look at, while sanitizing more often use in hospitals, public health places to get rid of germs that might cause health problems. Another answer: Cleaning removes dirt fro…
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To prevent the transfer of bacteria from one patient to another via blood or saliva attached to tools used in dentistry.
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Long enough to sing happy birthday in your head.
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It depends upon the size of your dream. One leading think tank in this field noted that the leading brand took 52% of the Philippine market. It means that th 48% is up for grab for any private labels including you. Just convert the 52% on the total number of households in the entire nation, thats ho…
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Answer They are doing more to produce stronger and stronger strains of bacteria for the sake of our misguided phobias. Another moronic answer. Stronger???? look fool - the suggestion is that they provoked development of antibiotic resistance in bacteria - but numerous research studies have…
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It is important to regularly clean the iron if you need to have clean and crisp clothes after ironing. Clean the exterior. By keeping the exterior clean will help in preventing unnecessary transmission of dirt that gets to the clothes that you iron. Start by wiping the exterior with a cloth dampened…
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Answer Everything inside a toilet bowl is dangerous, and potentially poisonous! Do you remember reading or hearing about E-Coli on the news or in the newspaper? E-Coli is a deadly bacteria that comes from feces of humans. That means it comes from a person's doo-doo. When they sit on the toilet an…
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The secretion of sexual fluids by the glands of the vagina, help to soothen the penetration of the the penis during sexual intercourse.
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Answer Shoes smell because of bacteria and fungus. A combo of anti-bacterial spray and anti-fungal foot powder will do the trick. Otherwise try cedarsoles (insoles made from antifungal cedarwood) to have an easy long-lasting effect.
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