Richard Tui (Street Articles Author)
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How Much Brown Material to Add to A Compost Heap?
Brown material is an important part of creating beautiful compost. While it's possible to just chuck anything that's organic into a compost bin and hope for the best (it does work!) a little more effort will yield you compost that's beautiful and great for your garden. One of the things…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Sep 19, 2012  
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Growing A Small Vegetable Garden
A small vegetable garden is a great way to get in touch with the food that you're eating. Food straight from a garden tastes great, and you can enjoy the knowledge that you've put the effort into creating such great produce. A small vegetable garden is all you need to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Sep 19, 2012  
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Planting Small Vegetable Gardens
Creating a small vegetable garden is not as hard as you might think. There are many advantages to planting small gardens. You might have been forced into having a small garden due to the amount of space you have available, but don't think of it as a disadvantage. While you…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Sep 19, 2012  
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5 Steps to Great Compost
Composting is a great way to help reduce your impact on the planet. It saves you money, and you can use it in your vegetable garden. Some people can even sell it. Apparently 23% of all household rubbish in the US is stuff that could be composted - it's an…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Sep 18, 2012  
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How to Improve Your Gas Milage
Gas prices rise all the time. They just keep going up. And since the politicians don't seem to be able to get it sorted, the general public are stuck with the short straw, paying for the oil executive's huge salaries etc... I'm not bitter. Sob. It does make sense though…
By:  in  Automotive   Sep 16, 2012  
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How to Get Better Gas Milage
Gas prices keep rising, and they don't seem to be stopping any time soon. In addition, scientists warn that we must dramatically reduce our impact on the ecosystem, as we aren't doing it any good. Learning some simple techniques to get better gas milage seems to be a real no…
By:  in  Automotive   Sep 16, 2012  
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Cleaning With Baking Soda
Baking soda is cheap, easy to find at your supermarket, and it's a fantastic cleaner for the house. If you're sick of using harsh (and expensive) cleaning products, then try something that's kinder to your internal environment - such as baking soda. What is Baking Soda Especially Good For? Baking…
By:  in  Home Improvement  >  Cleaning Tips and Tools   Sep 16, 2012  
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How to Stop Cats Scratching
Cats are wonderful little creatures. They're like little soft toys that move, are alive and have a personality! Unfortunately they often scratch the furniture, and that can be a huge pain. Cats need to scratch - they aren't going to stop. In fact, it's virtually impossible to stamp out scratching,…
By:  in  Pets  >  Cats   Sep 16, 2012  
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How To Make Your Cat Stop Scratching Furniture
While your cat needs to scratch, you need to keep your furniture in reasonably good working order! Cats have a built in need to scratch. It helps to exercise their upper bodies and helps to keep their claws in check. If cats didn't scratch then they'd get very cross. I'm…
By:  in  Pets  >  Cats   Sep 16, 2012  
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Cleaning Your Carpet With Vinegar
Vinegar is one of the most under appreciated products around. Most of the time it only seems to come out when someone has a sweet and sour recipe to make, or when kids want to make a vinegar and baking soda volcano with it. But vinegar is more then mild…
By:  in  Home Improvement  >  Cleaning Tips and Tools   Sep 11, 2012  
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