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Unintended Consequences: Cleaning A Mirror Can Damage It

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If you have been noticing dark spots on mirrors in your home that appear to be behind the mirror, and not on the surface of the glass, take a look at how you clean the mirror. Your diligent scrubbing could actually contribute to the spot formation if you’re not careful. Custom glass companies can resilver the back of the mirror, but prevention is the better route to take. Here are tips on how to care for mirrors so that you don’t end up with unsightly brown or black spots destroying the way the mirror looks.…

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4 Plumbing Issues To Watch For When Buying A Home

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It’s a good idea to make sure the plumbing is in good shape when you are buying a home, especially if it’s an older home. A basic home inspection may not catch some major plumbing problems. Keep the following four plumbing issues in mind as you look over a potential home purchase. #1: Check the Main Sewer Line A common issue in older homes is the main sewer line. A clog in this line can cause a messy backup later, resulting in not just replacement or repair of the sewer line, but water damage inside the home.…

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Four Tips To Help You Start A Rural Homestead Project

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If you want to live a more sustainable life with fewer bills, a rural homestead can be a great investment. Before you can get started, you will want to have a good plan of action. The land, surveying, designs and utilities can be designed to give you a modern homestead. Here are some tips to help you prepare your rural homestead project: 1. Finding The Perfect Parcel Of Land For Your Needs…

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