• My friend has bed bugs but she want me to come over?

    My friend invite me to a Christmas party and she told me I can spend the night before the party so we can ride together but she said she has bed bugs and I heard you can get them real easily when you go over there I really don't want bed bugs on my bed when I go home I mean I will definitely go over there if... show more
    My friend invite me to a Christmas party and she told me I can spend the night before the party so we can ride together but she said she has bed bugs and I heard you can get them real easily when you go over there I really don't want bed bugs on my bed when I go home I mean I will definitely go over there if she didn't had bed bugs what should I do
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Best way to get rid of dust in new apartment?

    I know dust is inevitable. But I just moved into a cheap room and it's pretty filthy. I've never seen so much dust accumulation so fast. What's the best way to get rid of dust? Would a window fan on reverse help to blow dust OUT the room after dusting? Seems like it just gets spread out when I wipe... show more
    I know dust is inevitable. But I just moved into a cheap room and it's pretty filthy. I've never seen so much dust accumulation so fast. What's the best way to get rid of dust? Would a window fan on reverse help to blow dust OUT the room after dusting? Seems like it just gets spread out when I wipe things down. Id appreciate tips. Thanks :)
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • I put bricks in my washing machine and my house is burning down, how can i fix this??

    Best answer: Throw a lasso over a rain cloud and drag it to your house.
    Best answer: Throw a lasso over a rain cloud and drag it to your house.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do i get sperm stain from leather car steering wheel?

    Best answer: do it bich.
    Best answer: do it bich.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • What temperature do you wash your clothes on?

    Also Can I use a 1hr10min quick wash with a full load?
    Also Can I use a 1hr10min quick wash with a full load?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • I accidentally washed money in the washing machine! Can I still use it?

    I have a usd $1 bill and it changed color a bit on the back but there are no rips or anytthing.
    I have a usd $1 bill and it changed color a bit on the back but there are no rips or anytthing.
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • How do I get food off the ceiling?

    I dropped a bowl of soup. By some miracle, the bowl didn't break, but now there's soup on the ceiling. How do I get it off? It isn't a popcorn ceiling, fortunately.
    I dropped a bowl of soup. By some miracle, the bowl didn't break, but now there's soup on the ceiling. How do I get it off? It isn't a popcorn ceiling, fortunately.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do you prefer your blanket be made out of?

    A:) Some sort of metal, like aluminum, steel, iron, etc B:) Some sort of fabric, like cotton, silk, wool, etc C:) Some sort of food, like cheese, candy corn, tortillas, etc or D:) Some sort of glass, ceramic, porcelain, etc
    A:) Some sort of metal, like aluminum, steel, iron, etc B:) Some sort of fabric, like cotton, silk, wool, etc C:) Some sort of food, like cheese, candy corn, tortillas, etc or D:) Some sort of glass, ceramic, porcelain, etc
    4 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Is 30c a cold or warm wash? Washing machine?

    My machine has a cold temp is that about 20 degrees? So is the 30c cold or warm?
    My machine has a cold temp is that about 20 degrees? So is the 30c cold or warm?
    4 answers · 23 hours ago
  • My black jeans smell really bad, how do I get rid of the smell quickly if I don’t have enough time to wash them?!?

    My black jeans smell horrible and the odor is really strong. It’s quite embarrassing. But I don’t have enough time to wash them so is there any other way to get rid of the odor?? Thank you!
    My black jeans smell horrible and the odor is really strong. It’s quite embarrassing. But I don’t have enough time to wash them so is there any other way to get rid of the odor?? Thank you!
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can I shrink a swrater that cant be washed?

    I need to shrink my light up Christmas sweater. Im afrade to wash it because it is a light up one. Any ideas to help? It is a large right now and I would like it to fit like a medium.
    I need to shrink my light up Christmas sweater. Im afrade to wash it because it is a light up one. Any ideas to help? It is a large right now and I would like it to fit like a medium.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • What happened??

    Sooooo. I was sleep and I started thinking about my friend that I like( she doesn’t know)) and we started getting underssed and stuff and a lot of other stiff happend. And I worked up with white stuff in my boxers and it was on the sheets to what’s this and does it stain.how do I clean it and make it not happen.
    Sooooo. I was sleep and I started thinking about my friend that I like( she doesn’t know)) and we started getting underssed and stuff and a lot of other stiff happend. And I worked up with white stuff in my boxers and it was on the sheets to what’s this and does it stain.how do I clean it and make it not happen.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do people really have cockroaches in their homes?

    Best answer: Don't take this wrong, but people are poisoning their own living space over some harmless bugs. When I went to work for the county as a bug expert,it was weed and pest control that meant a school for application and pesticides. What I learned is a lot of that stuff should never have been invented, it can be... show more
    Best answer: Don't take this wrong, but people are poisoning their own living space over some harmless bugs.
    When I went to work for the county as a bug expert,it was weed and pest control that meant a school for application and pesticides. What I learned is a lot of that stuff should never have been invented, it can be lethal.
    I am also biased having watched my mother suffer emphysema for exposure to pesticides.
    Now some few do have significant numbers of bugs in the home that constitute an infestation, Not a few, or even a hundred, but thousands. Those are cases where measures like pesticides may be needed. This should also be left to persons with training with application. Average persons overlook that pesticides kill everything, both good and bad, including pets.
    No such thing as a 'safe' pesticide, if it can kill bugs, it simply is not healthy.
    About the American cockroach AKA palmetto bug. They are totally harmless to humans and a scavenger. They eat things like molds and milldew, decaying vegetation and wood fiber. Soap scums and matter deep in corners of places like bathrooms and kitchens. A big overhype that they carry germs, that they can, but the germs and bacteria already in your home. Many people just don't favor the notion of sharing their home with bugs, that is OK, but such bugs as cockroaches, earwigs and woodlice are not such a bad critter unless you are being overrun with them.
    Pest control companies cost and make a fortune selling poisons. Union Carbide alone produces over 1 million gallons of poisons every year, and a study of OTC products show they are not much effective with effects gone in 3 to 6 months,but the contamination remains as long as 15 years. Nature has been keeping insects in balance a hundred million years before man, you hear of ladybugs as beneficial, eating bugs that damage agriculture, one of hundreds of good bugs.
    A house spider here and there is the best natural exterminator of pest bugs in your home and gardens.
    No, I am not one of those environmental activist you hear about, but really, humans are poisoning themselves out of existence. You don't see any bugs, pointless to spend money just to poison your living space.
    I keep bees, so pesticides are banned on my property, what few bugs I have are just no problem. Never have been.
    Just some food for thought you might consider.
    21 answers · 1 week ago
  • Thick sticky dark stuff on couch from my dog.?

    So our dog has been sleeping and occupying one of our couches that we never use. After a year of this, the back part of the couch and cushions where the dog was laying on has developed this thick sticky residue stuff, where parts of the residue has accumulated and it's a 1/4 inch thick. I'm guessing its... show more
    So our dog has been sleeping and occupying one of our couches that we never use. After a year of this, the back part of the couch and cushions where the dog was laying on has developed this thick sticky residue stuff, where parts of the residue has accumulated and it's a 1/4 inch thick. I'm guessing its from dirt and oils from the dog. I'm wanting to clean the couch. How would I go about doing this?
    4 answers · 4 days ago