Simple Green Stainless Steel One-Step Cleaner and Polisher

April 11, 2010 by  
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Simple Green Stainless Steel One-Step Cleaner and Polisher is an easy and safe stainless steel cleaner. It is non-toxic, biodegradable and does not contain any petroleum products. It is also non-abrasive, non-flammable, contains zero VOCs and is safe to use around your children and pets.

Simple Green is a socially responsible company that has been manufacturing and selling environmentally safe cleaning products for over 30 years.

The Simple Green Stainless Steel One-Step Cleaner & Polisher can be used on all high-end chrome and stainless steel appliances and surfaces in kitchens. It easily cleans toasters, backsplashes, fixtures, grills, just to name a few. It also wipes away smudges, fingerprints, streaks, water stains and leaves your stainless steel looking sparkling clean and protected.

The concentrated cleaner comes in a 16oz or a 32oz spray bottle.

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Aerogarden Classic (black) with Gourmet Herb Seed Kit

March 18, 2010 by  
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The Aerogarden is an aeroponic device that allows you to grow plants in water using nutrients and air. No mess or dirt and no need to be an experienced gardener to succeed in growing your own plants. The Aerogarden is fully automated and comes with built-in grow lights. The included 2 grow bulbs provide the ideal amount of light for continued and strong growing. It is recommended that the bulbs be replaced every six months.

The included Gourmet Herb Seed Kit contains seeds to grow market fresh herbs right in your kitchen, such as thyme, chives, Italian basil, purple basil, dill, mint and parsley. The herbs should be ready to be harvested in about three to four weeks and last for up to five months. Turn your everyday meals into something special by using home-grown fresh herbs.

The Aerogarden measures 21”H x 18.5”W x 10”D and looks stylish on any kitchen window.

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How to Make Thanksgiving Candles

November 21, 2009 by  
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Close up of a candle flame.
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Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the winter holiday season. It’s not officially winter yet, but the air is turning cooler, and people tend to spend more time indoors. Using candles for decoration during your Thanksgiving dinner provides a warm, cozy atmosphere for you and your guests that’s perfect for the season.

Making special candle centerpieces just for Thanksgiving is quite simple. Here are a few ideas that you can whip up in no time.

# Mini Jar Thanksgiving Candles

What You Need

* Tea light or votive candle in a Thanksgiving color and scent
* Empty baby food jar
* Tissue paper in autumn colors
* Tiny foam leaves
* White craft glue
* Water
* Small plastic bowl
* Paintbrush


1. Rip tissue paper in two or three different colors into small pieces.

2. In the bowl, mix one part glue to three parts water. Stir with paintbrush until it forms a thin white solution.

3. Use the paintbrush to cover the outside of the jar with the glue solution. Stick on pieces of tissue paper, overlapping them. Add more glue on top of the tissue paper to make all pieces lay flat against the jar. Stick foam leaves on top of the tissue paper. Let dry.

4. Place candle inside the baby food jar.

# Harvest Candles

What You Need

* Acorn squash or small pumpkins
* Knife
* Votive candle in autumn color and scent


1. Cut off the top of the pumpkin or squash. Scoop out the flesh and seeds.

2. Place the votive candle inside the pumpkin or squash.

# Pouring Your Own Candles

You can also pour your own candles into prepared baby food jars, pumpkins or squash. Here’s how:

What You Need

* Double boiler
* Candle wax
* Wick
* Candle coloring
* Fragrance
* Oven mitt


1. Insert a candle wick into the center of the container. For best results, use wicks with metal disks on the end (called wick clips). This will help them stand up on their own.

2. Melt candle wax in a double boiler. Add an autumn color and fragrance and mix well.

3. Carefully lift the top pot from the double boiler and pour the wax into the container. Let cool until hardened completely.

4. If you find a sunken area around the wick, melt more wax and pour it on top. When hardened completely, trim the wick.

Making several of these small candles and grouping them together makes a lovely centerpiece. Or you could place one at each guest’s place setting for them to take home. Either way, these home-made candles will add lots of beauty to your Thanksgiving table.

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Easy-Set Inflatable Swimming Pool (18’x48’)

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It’s summertime and you might be thinking about investing in your own pool at home. The Easy-Set Inflatable Swimming Pool might be a great option for you and your family to enjoy some pool fun.

The pool is 18’x48” and is set above ground. The set-up is very easy, all you need is an area of level ground. There are no tools required and the set-up should be finished in about 30 minutes. The material is very tough and durable and made from three separate layers. The two outer layers are made from heavy-gauge laminated PVC and the inner layer is made from polyester mesh to give it additional strength.

Included in the purchase price is a 1500 gallon filter pump with filtration pump filter cartridge for water circulation and removal of debris. The included ladder is constructed of a coated steel frame with sturdy plastic steps. The easy-set pool is easy to drain and take down and store in the fall and winter season.

Also included in the package is a 19ft ground cloth, a 18ft fitted pool cover, a set-up and maintenance DVD and a maintenance kit, which comes with a lightweight aluminium pool sweep and a vacuum.

This pool is an affordable way of spending long summer days in your own pool and is great for the whole family and your kids’ friends. Don’t forget that children should always be supervised by adults when in the water.

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