An Easier Way To Recover Treasure On The Beach

Written by Dean Novosat

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Now when you are working inrepparttar wet sand, and you find a target, pinpoint it. Centerrepparttar 151119 bucket overrepparttar 151120 target and using both hands, wigglerepparttar 151121 bucket down intorepparttar 151122 wet sand. You have now stabilizedrepparttar 151123 sides ofrepparttar 151124 hole you are about to dig. Using your scoop, removerepparttar 151125 sand from insiderepparttar 151126 bucket, and recover your target. The bucket holdsrepparttar 151127 sides ofrepparttar 151128 hole so it doesn't collapse in.

I hope you find this technique useful and that you recover more treasure because of it. As I know it has increasedrepparttar 151129 number of targets that I have been able to recover greatly

Dean Novosat is an avid treasure hunting and can often be found metal detecting the beaches of the mid-Atlantic United States. He is the webmaster of and

Cleaning Silk Bouquets In 3 Simple Steps

Written by Peta D'Silva

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Step 3: Plumping And Teasing

After fluffingrepparttar bouquet, it is time to make sure allrepparttar 150939 flowers are inrepparttar 150940 right position. Usingrepparttar 150941 back of your hand, go aroundrepparttar 150942 back ofrepparttar 150943 bouquet and lightly pushrepparttar 150944 flowers back into position, to "plump up"repparttar 150945 bouquet. Once you are happy withrepparttar 150946 general shape, then teaserepparttar 150947 flowers intorepparttar 150948 correct position by lightly pulling and pushing onrepparttar 150949 individual flowers and petals until they are correctly placed.

That's it! Simple, wasn't it? Now, you may have read that you can lightly spray your bouquet with soapy water to get it clean. Regardless of what you may have read, don't ever do this! Never spray your bouquet with water becauserepparttar 150950 wet dust will run and stain your flowers. And stained flowers do NOT look right!

If you follow these simple steps every 3-6 months, your bouquet will stay beautiful, and will be around long enough for future generations to enjoy.

Peta D'Silva has been making silk bouquets for over 14 years. She is the webmaster of, a website featuring a catalog of bouquets that you can buy, as well as easy-to-understand articles about creating your own silk bouquets.

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