Seasoned Cutting Boards
How to Care for Wood Cutting Boards
By Erin Huffstetler | 04/21/2018 | 6 Comments
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Take care of your wood cutting boards and someday they'll be heirlooms. It only takes a few minutes each month to keep them in tip top condition.
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Restored Headlight
How to Clean Foggy Headlights
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/01/2016 | 4 Comments
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If you drive a high-mileage vehicle, your headlights probably aren't as clear as they used to be. All of that exposure to sunlight is tough on plastic, and over time it causes headlights to become foggy and yellowed. That doesn't look very nice, and it isn't very safe either. Foggy headlights don't give off as...
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200,000 Mile Odometer
We Hit 200,000 Miles!
By Erin Huffstetler | 10/01/2015 | 5 Comments
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Earlier today, while headed back from thrift shopping, our Jeep hit 200,000 miles. So, naturally, we did what any frugal person would do: we pulled over and snapped a picture of our odometer. Because hitting the 200k mark is cause for celebration. It might even be something to brag about. Forget about fancy cars and...
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How I Disaster-Proofed My House
How I Disaster-Proofed My House
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/24/2014 | 7 Comments
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In the 11 years that my husband and I have been homeowners, we've had: Our neighbor's tree fall on our house Another neighbor's tree fall on our garage A sewer line back up three gas leaks A power surge fry our downstairs HVAC unit
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How to Replace Washing Machine Hoses
How to Replace Washing Machine Hoses
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/22/2014 | No Comments
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Washing machine hoses. You probably bought a set when you bought your washing machine, installed them, and then forgot about them. Am I right? If so, you're taking a major risk. Because washer hoses, they wear out. Stand there and watch the next time your washing machine fills up, and you'll see just how much...
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