Iregularlypurchaseasparagus,however,Ioftenleaveittoolongbeforecookingit.DoyouhaveanyadviceforrevivinglimpasparagussothatIdon tendupwastinganymoremoney? Debart
Reviving asparagus is exactly the same as reviving limp celery. Place veggies in a tall pot with ice water in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
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For minor splinters apply antibiotic cream with painkiller onto the area. Cover with a bandage and leave. Continue this process until the splinter is at the surface and easy to remove. Another option is to apply very sticky tape i.e. duct tape onto the splinter. Press the tape down and then pull to remove the splinter. Or apply a few drops of white craft glue over the splinter. Let dry, and peel the dried glue off the skin. The splinter sticks to the glue when you peel it off!
First, contact the manufacturer for advice on their particular product line. If that is not an option, line a baking sheet with crumpled-up aluminum foil. Add 1/4 cup washing soda (found in the laundry department of most grocery stores). Add enough hot water to cover the bottom of the pan. Let the cutlery soak for five minutes. Using gloves, remove cutlery and polish. If you cannot find washing soda, use a liberal amount of salt in the same way.
Welivenextdoortoachildren splayground.Manyyearsagoourcommunityraisedfundstopurchaseanexpensive wave slide.Ithasbeenagreatadditionandhasbeenusedalot.Wearenoticingnowthatthe shine hasgone,anditisnotveryslipperyanymore.Iassumeitwasmadeofstainlesssteel.Weplaceditfacingsouthtotakeadvantageofearly-springandlate-fallsunshine.Itisstillstructurallysound(andimmovable).Whatcanyousuggesttogetthe slip backinourslide?Wehaveheardthatscouringwithvinegarwillhelp,butIhaven ttriedityet.IhavetrieddishsoapandwaterwithnoluckandIalsotriedWindex.Thefinishseems