When your car is iced shut, don't sweat it
- just grab a bottle of vinegar.
Mix 2/3's vinegar to 1/3 water in a spray bottle.
Then spray your car down.
The ice will begin to melt quickly and easily.
NOTE :: DO NOT USE WARM/HOT WATER.
QUICK TEMPERATURE CHANGES CAN CAUSE
THE GLASS TO CRACK. ALWAYS USE COLD WATER.
How would you like a #Heater (or #AC) for your pets that was #allnaturaland #cost you absolutely nothing*?? That's right! #Energy #Free #ClimateControl!
Whether it's #cold or #hot outside, your #Pets need a #comfortable"nesting" area to keep safe from the extreme #elements. That's why it's a good #idea to create an #underground #doghouse (The #cat loves it too!)
This is what we did #today, the #morning after the #thundersleet in #DFW!
#Sustainability #GreenTip #GreenTipTuesday #sinceriously #EcoLiving#GreenLiving #Pets #HowToCareForPets #KeepPetsWarm
*Free heat and cooling after initial startup cost of doghouse and manual labor constructing the hill, planting seed, and follow-up maintenance.
Are you ready for the cold winter months?! It's a great idea to give your home a quick energy audit. And by that I mean - take a look at problem areas so that you can address them before (and I guess during or after) the cold winter months!
You can easily winterize your home with this simple do-it-yourself home energy audit trick!
When it snows, it gives the ground a great opportunity to absorb fresh, healthy water from the atmosphere. Plants need nitrogen to grow and be healthy - and there's a lot of nitrogen up in the air! So when it rains and snows, it's bringing some of that nitrogen with it to naturally feed the soil beneath. Be sure to take advantage of this nutrient-rich water by collecting some to give to your indoor plants!