How Can I Fix Low Water Pressure Problems with My Shower?

remove the head, check for trash in the screen, check for other blockage, if none, the replace the head with a new one and u can drill out the washer in the head to give u more gpm...the federal law states that all new shower heads since 1988 can only produce 3 gpm....... lic. gen. contractor

1. Bark chips in regular trash?

Most cities would prefer any green waste or wood waste be put in the yard waste container but they will not care as much as if you had put trash or garbage in the green waste container. The truck that picks it up will never notice what in there if you have rollaway (wheeled 90 gal containers). If you have nothing but bark in that particular container you can put a note on it on trash day that it is grren waste nad they will probably handle it accordingly. If you are in real doubt call the trash department

2. No justice for Caylee are you kidding me!?

Casey will get book deals, etc. and make lots of money for murdering her child. I can only hope people do not support her. She needs to spend the rest of her life suffering for what she did to Caylee and the rest of her family. She's a liar and nothing but trash.

3. Trash Can Cleaning 101

What You will Need for Successful Trash Can Cleaning Before you can hunker down and start the trash can cleaning process, you have to gather the supplies you will need in order to get the job done. Here's a list of cleaning materials to have handy before you tackle cleaning your trash can. Paper towels or an old towel Even though scrubbing a smelly trash can might not be something you look forward to doing, the good news is that trash can cleaning is not actually a difficult chore. Just follow these five simple steps and your trash can will be spotless - and odorless - in no time. Preventing the Comeback of a Stinky Trash Can It might not be possible to ward off trash can odor permanently, but there are a few easy habits you can adopt that will help you avoid a stinky trash can for as long as possible in between cleanings. One easy hack to prevent a stinky trash can? Invest in a trash bag that comes equipped with heavy duty protection against leaks and odors, like Glad's Kitchen ForceFlexPlus Trash Bags, or try scented kitchen trash bags to eliminate garbage and trash smells. To prevent the need to do a full-blown scrub of you trash can as often, make it a habit to do a "mini cleaning" every time you take out the trash. Simply spray the inside of your trash can with disinfectant and quickly wipe it out before you replace your trash bag. If you plan to clean your trash can a couple of times a month, you can sprinkle a little baking soda in the bottom of your trash can to neutralize odors - just beware of it clumping up and creating a mess if you do not clean your can often. Other deodorizing alternatives include placing dryer sheets or sprinkling cat litter in the bottom of your trash can. Ways to Ward Off Mold in Your Trash Can One unfortunate side effect of a dirty trash can is the potential for mold growth. According to the CDC, the presence of mold can cause symptoms like stuffy nose, wheezing, and red, itchy eyes - and can be even more dangerous to someone with a mold allergy or weakened immune system. Below are a few small ways to avoid a big mold problem. Use Newspapers to Soak Up Moisture Have old newspapers lying around? Give them a new purpose by using them as liners in the bottom of your trash can (in addition to your regular trash bags). The newspapers will work to absorb any incidental moisture that's given off by foods in your trash, which will help to prevent mold growth - plus they work as a deodorizer by absorbing garbage smell, too. How to Keep Outdoor Garbage Cans from Smelling Trash can odor does not just happen in the kitchen - your outdoor garbage cans can be major sources of stink as well. If you can not stand getting a whiff of stinky garbage whenever you take your trash out, learning how to keep outdoor garbage cans from smelling is a gamechanger. First, make sure any trash bags are tightly sealed before throwing them into your outdoor trash bins to prevent waste from leaking or spilling and creating odor. For the same reason, it's also a good idea to nix the habit of tossing small, loose items - like fast food bags - into your outdoor garbage cans without bagging them first. Routinely cleaning your outdoor garbage cans is also crucial to odor prevention. After your trash is collected, spend a few minutes rinsing your trash cans out with a high-pressure garden hose - and a little mild dish soap if you desire - then set them out in the sun to make sure they dry completely before putting any new trash in. Pro tip: drill a few holes in the bottom of your outdoor trash cans to make it easier to rinse the cans out regularly (this helps rainwater drain out naturally, too). Lastly, deodorize your outdoor trash cans the same way as your kitchen trash cans: to absorb odors, sprinkle some baking soda or cat litter in the bottom of the can, and lay some old newspapers down to absorb mold-causing moisture.

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