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Those erasers work, but try to limit to just the area of the scratch. It also scrubs away some of the texture of the paint, so it you look at the scrubbed area at an angle it is slightly noticeable
Google Jeff Galloway. He advocates a running plan with a short walk break every mile or so.
only clogged ours once in 10 years. Pine needles from the Christmas tree. Plumber snake fixed it.
I have had success with Live Auctioneers, http://www.liveauctioneers.com Most either ship themselves or work with local shippers. Sometimes some sleepers out there.
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I had a Kitchen Aid that developed the same issues. The repair guy said the "impellors "or something had become worn, perhaps from broken glass, bone, or tough things left on dishes. So, not enough pressure from the pump to clean properly. Changed to Bosch and no problems. So quiet I have to check to see if the display light is on to be sure it is running. As to the drying issue, you must be sure to keep the Jet dry dispenser full. Also helps to select the Sani cycle so...
Connie, there are usually programs to help first timers. Money toward down payment, rates, etc
It is a common job here in south Louisiana. Offshore rigs require lots of support, the actual rig workers, engineers, catering, etc. They work 7 and 7, some even longer shifts. Easy way for a single individual to save some major money, as you can't spend when on shift. American workers on overseas rigs make even more money, longer shifts, some tax breaks. But rough on relationships
The guys at Harvie & Hudson do a good job with a great selection of unique fabrics.
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