An Easier Way To Recover Treasure On The Beach Written by Dean Novosat
treasure hunters know that wet sand at edge of beach is best place to find valuable treasure. However, ocean seems like it always doesn't want to give up this treasure. Inevitably, as soon as we detect a good target, and began to dig target, water rises making it difficult, if not impossible, to recover target. Even with best scoops available, it is sometimes very difficult and frustrating to try to recover targets at edge of surf.
However, there is a simple tool that anyone can make that will make war recovery easier. simply taken old 5 gal. drywall bucket and cut out bottom. also remove handle as it is metal and may interfere. String section of rope through handle holes so you have an easy way to carry bucket. I prefer to carry bucket on my belt.
Cleaning Silk Bouquets In 3 Simple StepsWritten by Peta D'Silva
A Silk bouquet can last a lot longer than a bouquet made of real flowers, but it will still droop, and get dusty, over time. Fortunately a little bit of preventive care can go a long way towards keeping your bouquet looking like new.
It doesn't take long either. 5 minutes spent caring for your bouquet every 3-6 months will keep your bouquet looking as good as it did they day you bought it.
Read on to discover 3 simple steps to keeping your silk bouquet in pristine condition. You'll also discover one thing you should NEVER do to clean your bouquet. Make this mistake, and you might ruin your bouquet forever!
Step 1: Rice Cleaning
Place your bouquet in a plastic shopping bag, along with half a cup of white rice. Twist bag closed, and then shake bag for about 60 seconds.
The rice in plastic bag will get statically charged, and dust will be attracted to rice. In past, people used salt instead of rice, but salt was found to be too hard, and would scratch flowers. White rice is softer, so it won't damage flowers at all.
Step 2: Fluffing
Once you have cleaned your silk flowers, hold bouquet by handle and then turn it upside down and give it two or three good hard shakes, dropping rice back into bag. This should loosen any rice caught in flowers and also clear away any left over dust. It will also "fluff" flowers, and give them back their original shape.