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Experts recommend setting your air conditioner at a certain temperature, but there are a few other things you can do to beat the heat in your home.
Unsatisfied with his apartment-bound existence, a young Santa Barbaran takes up full-time residence in a 1985 VW Westfalia camper van.
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Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
Outdoor summer fun (or work) can lead to the most frustratingly stubborn clothing stains.
Just don't go overboard with the apex predator-themed decor or you're going to need a bigger house ...
The key to sparkling, streak-free panes lies in selecting the proper drying cloth.
A discerning skeeter couldn't ask for a better breeding habitat than an abandoned swimming pool. And unfortunately for post-recession Florida, there's a whole lot of them.
Since nothing quite says 'U.S.A.' like summertime grilling and imbibing, consider these 8 party-ready must-haves from the Martha Stewart American Made Market.
Spiders are great for pest control, except when they overtake your home. Here are some nontoxic solutions for dealing with them at your house..
How much do you know about this humble household implement?
No doubt, a trip to IKEA can take it out of you. But instead of a post-shopping siesta at home, patrons at the retailer's Chinese stores opt to just doze off on the showroom floor.
Cast iron is a versatile tool for cooking — be it on the stove or in the oven — but you'll need to fry with it first so the seasonings on the pan mature.
Don't throw out that old teapot with the missing lid! There are still plenty of uses for it.
These DIY methods will get rid of that horrible stinky towel smell.
In post-disaster scenarios where speed is key, these lightweight plastic pop-up shelters from Australia can be quickly assembled with no special skills or tools required.
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