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Marius Pollard

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If the tree is rotten I think better not to use it for woodworks, because this will have a big impact on your final result. Recently I brought some trees from the forest that looked good and didn't look rotten and I started to cut the wood into several pieces to get some boards and they got pretty okay but they had to be sanded quite well. For the projects I had to do, I had doubts that something normal would be received,but I still tried. I thought it would be easier for me to sand when I will try to use an orbital sander, because it have a better result on woodworks and big surfaces and to my surprise it actually worked. In your case, you can try but again this is not 100% effective.
8 months ago
Near my house, there is a plint of mulberries and I collect them every time and eat with my friends, so tasty!
8 months ago
Yes, but they are so much happier with a friend! KuneKunes love fresh fruits and veggies. They are not a meat eater. However, since they are grazers, they need room; no more than 5-6 per acre of land, and yes you need to have a least two of them. Kunes are not ones to roam or test fencing.
8 months ago
For a horizontal loop you only need to dig between 6 - 8 feet deep. For a vertical loop you need to drill between 250 and 300 feet deep.
8 months ago
A really stiff and permanent result can be achieved with equal parts of glue and water. Starch and cornflour: Mix 1 tablespoon of starch and 2 cups of water. Mix well and remove all lumps. This solution can be put in a spray bottle and sprayed over your fabric.
It is quite possible to sow peas until the beginning of November to get them established before the worst of winter. Then, with a little protection over the darkest month, they will arise triumphantly in early spring, when they will continue to develop, giving you fresh peas a month before any sown in spring.
Combine the juice of half a lemon with a teaspoon of baking soda and stir until it becomes a paste. Apply the paste with a soft cloth. If the tarnish is heavy, let the piece sit with the paste on it for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water and dry.
8 months ago
If you're going to spread fertilizer on your lawn then you really shouldn't do it without a spreader. There are two types of spreaders: broadcast and drop. Drop spreaders are for more targeted applications, while broadcast spreaders are good for covering a large area quickly.
9 months ago
You can use a mix of tallow and lard or just use tallow, olive or a similar oil, and add essential oils as desired.
9 months ago