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You mentioned that his workspace is a mess so I...

You mentioned that his workspace is a mess so I can personally recommend the Dirt Dog. It's the same thing as a Roomba except it's built for industrial areas and can vacuum up nails and debris.

I...
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The shopvac to suck up the dirty water is a good...

The shopvac to suck up the dirty water is a good idea. A Scooba will do the same thing if you want to go the robotics route. Swiffers are always good but they'll leave something behind -- whatever...
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I'm sure someone will be along soon who can help...

I'm sure someone will be along soon who can help you with removing the mildew -- but if not, or if it doesn't work, do not use that stroller. The possibility of your baby's allergies might be small,...
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I'm certainly no specialist like MoreBeer, but we...

I'm certainly no specialist like MoreBeer, but we bought our house with a Sears garage door already installed. If I recall correctly, this was installed in 1995 (though how could I be sure?). It's...
08-08-06, 08:19 PM
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avoiding mosquitos

Hi, everyone. My husband and I are thinking about installing a water garden this winter so it will be ready for next summer. So far, so good, except we were hearing so much about west nile virus...
08-08-06, 08:05 PM
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I'm wondering if it might be worth it to take the...

I'm wondering if it might be worth it to take the stump out. If you ever plan on selling the house, it's the kind of thing that an inspector would notice -- they've got eagle eyes for anything that...
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