Um well hon. That's a hard question to answer, and ultimately only you can answer it for you. So here are some things to consider.First of all it takes two willing people to have sex otherwise if one of them is not willing It is considered rape. If you and your boyfriend live the swing … Read more
Hon what you use and how you use it completely depend on your finish or lack of finish on the wood that you are wanting to treat. More information please..
OK Lets just say that would in all reality a bad idea. As it may damage or destroy your lens. In the event that this should happen It could turn into a severe infection that may lead to blindness. So to answer your question directly; NO you absolutely shouldn't!!! Now if you have an ocular … Read more
There is no reason for you to wean your pups before their mother begins weaning them. But you can begin offering softened puppy chow or a puppy food of your choice at three weeks of age. Three to four times a day is a good amount daily to offer. Just let the feed soak in … Read more
Time to get to an emergency vet clinic. Quickly identify any potential poisons that your animal may have gotten a hold of nuts, chocolate, antifreeze, household chemicals, household plants, or rat poison etc. And take this information with you. If your pet has been poisoned than the quicker that you react the better your animals … Read more
It is completely normal for a dog to bleed after having puppies as long as its as though shes having a heat than its nothing to worry about, and she may do so for up to a week after delivery. But if she is bleeding profusely or in excess you may want to contact your … Read more
I Have A Huge Limelight Hydrangea That Falls Over Prior To End Of Season. When I Cut It....there Is A Large Area In My Garden That Is Bear. Is There Anything I Can Plant In Conjunction With The Hydrangea To Have A Continuous Fresh Look?
If your Hydrangea is top heavy I suspect it is since it is falling over. You can grow other plants or shrubs around it or if your bare spot in your garden is next to the Hydrangea itself than you can use the bare spot to propagate new Hydrangea bushes to fill in the bare … Read more
Technically neither asparagus is grown from a rootstock that is allowed to take hold for two years before its first harvest. At the end of the growing season for the first two years you cut off the bush type foliage that grows from the rootstock, to allow the rootstock to become established. In the third … Read more
Why Does My Kitchen Faucet Have Low Pressure Through The Spigot, But High Pressure Through The Sprayer?
Sounds like you have mineral deposits or debris in your spigot. So the next thing you need to do is to take off the bottom of your spigot and check the screen that is in the little spigot attachment just unscrew it like you would a light bulb ( you may want to use pliers … Read more
If you've stained your white clothes by washing with colored clothes you can undo the damage by soaking them in warm water with baking soda, salt, and detergent. Be generous in the amounts but you wont need a whole box of salt I would use no more than a cup and at that it would … Read more
I'm not sure if this will work on suede so you might ask your local dry cleaner what they would recommend before you try this but I know that this works on most fabrics so here you go and I hope it helps. Rub salt onto a fresh ink stain, and soak fabric over night … Read more
This depends on where your trying to kill them in your home or outside in a garden? Inside you can lay a salt line (a quarter inch wide) where they are trying to enter your home and presto no more slugs in the house. Outside you can use salt though it is not recommended a … Read more