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wikiHow - The How-to Manual That You Can Edit

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How to Measure Luggage  

If you're taking a flight somewhere, chances are you'll need to bring some luggage along. Since airlines have requirements for the size and weight of the luggage you can bring on the plane, you'll need to measure your luggage correctly. Start by making sure you know what you're getting when you purchase a new bag. Then take the most common measurements, including linear inches, weight, and height, depth, and width. Taking these measurements ahead of time can save you a headache at the airp...

2017-11-20 00:00:00

How to Avoid Gaining Weight over Thanksgiving  

Turkey, dressing, pumpkin weight gain is practically a national sport. Wouldn't it be wonderful if this blessed bingeing session (for once) didn't wreck your waistline woes? Enjoying Thanksgiving doesn't mean unavoidable weight gain! Put in some planning time, learn to reframe your attitude towards the Thanksgiving foods themselves, and you're headed for more Holiday enjoyment and less Holiday overloading.

2017-11-19 16:00:00

How to Control Johnson Grass  

Johnson grass is an invasive grass species that can grow alongside a lot of popular crops. If Johnson grass isn't controlled, it can kill most of those crops or at least decrease crop production. You can prevent the grass from spreading by plowing immediately after you harvest, till frequently, and use Johnson grass-free seed and feed. You can also use herbicides to kill already growing Johnson grass. Finally, you can control Johnson grass growth in your lawn by removing the plants by hand and...

2017-11-19 08:00:00

How to Escape from Dangerous Forest Animals  

Observing animals in the wild can be a great experience, but an encounter with a wild animal can turn dangerous quickly. Many wild animals in the forest will attack humans if provoked. The best way to avoid an attack from a forest animal is to leave them alone. However, if you do find yourself in a dangerous situation, there are some tactics you can use to escape and get to safety.

2017-11-19 00:00:00

How to Soundproof a Door  

Your home is supposed to be a place where you can relax and unwind, so loud noises coming from outside your door can be very disruptive. Cut down on the exterior distractions by taking the time to soundproof all of your doors. You can even choose a basic solution, such as placing a rug before the door. If you are concerned about an exterior door, replacing all of the weatherstripping is another great option. Keep trying out solutions until you find the one that works for you.

2017-11-18 16:00:00

How to Make a Milk Tart  

Melkterts, roughly translated into milk tarts from Afrikaans, is a South African treat mostly consisting of a pastry stuffed with a creamy filling made from milk, sugar, flour, and eggs. There are a few ways to make this tasty treat, read on to learn how to make your very own melkterts!

2017-11-18 08:00:00

How to Put Up a Hammock  

Before you can lay down and relax in your hammock, you have to hang it up. You can hang your hammock up outside or inside, using trees or walls as supports. It's important you use the right tools to hang your hammock so it's secure when you're laying in it. Make sure your hammock is hung up high enough so you're not resting on the ground when you get in!

2017-11-18 00:00:00

How to Gauge Your Ears  

Ear gauges are a bold and stylish way to express your individuality. If you've always wanted to gauge your ears, you can do so from the comfort of your home. Just get your ears pierced at a local studio, then use professional tools like tapers and surgical tape to stretch the holes out over time. As long as you have patience and practice good hygiene, you can gauge your ears safely.

2017-11-17 16:00:00

How to Sew Patches  

You can sew patches to cover up a hole, or as an embellishment on a fabric item. There are several things you can do to ensure that your patches serve their purpose and look good, such as sizing the patch material, securing the patch in place before sewing, and using the right type of stitch to secure your patch in place. Try sewing on your own patches the next time you need to cover up a hole or embellish something.

2017-11-17 08:00:00

How to Do Tile Painting  

Many people believe that the only way to color a tile is to glaze it in a kiln, but you can actually paint tile yourself at home! If you do the right prep work, it's a quick, easy task that will let you re-color your flooring or bathroom, or even add a decorative element to your floors, counters, or mantel. Learning how to choose the right supplies, prepare your tile for painting, and paint and seal your tile correctly will help you re-do your home quickly and inexpensively.

2017-11-17 00:00:00

How to Wear Glitter on Your Face  

Glitter makes just about everything better. Whether you are secretly a mermaid or just like all things sparkly, you can't go wrong with adding a little bit of glitter to your makeup routine. While using crafting glitter can irritate your skin, cosmetic-grade glitter is a safe alternative. You can find it online and in well-stocked beauty shops. The application process is quick, simple, and totally picture-worthy.

2017-11-16 16:00:00

How to Make Giblet Gravy  

Giblet gravy is a delicious gravy that is perfect as a topping for turkey, mashed potatoes, and any other Thanksgiving fare. The gravy is made by simmering the giblets of a turkey, including the liver, heart, gizzard, and neck, then adding the roast drippings from the rest of the cooked bird as well as thickening. The result is a delectable gravy that is a great way to use parts of the turkey which might otherwise go to waste.

2017-11-16 08:00:00

How to Get EU Citizenship  

Citizenship in the European Union (EU) comes with the ability to work, travel, or study anywhere in the EU without a visa. The road towards citizenship can take several years. To receive EU citizenship, you must actually apply for citizenship in an EU country. The process for citizenship varies from country to country. In general, you will need to live in the country for a certain number of years, gather proof of your eligibility to be a citizen, and submit an application. Citizenship tests, lan

2017-11-16 00:00:00

How to Cook Strip Steak  

Strip steaks are one of the simplest, richest meats you can cook. Steak does not require a lot of work to get right, and fussing with marinades and spices can detract from the naturally delicious flavor of a good cut of meat. That said, there are a lot of ways to cook a strip steak so that it comes out exactly how you'd like it.

2017-11-15 16:00:00

How to Dye Feathers  

If you need to dye feathers for a costume or craft project, you can easily do so using fabric dye, food coloring, or even powdered drink mix. Simply mix the color bath in a bowl and submerge the feathers. Leave them in until they reach the desired shade, then take the feathers out of the color bath and rinse them out. Let them dry, then use them however you wish.

2017-11-15 08:00:00

How to Grow Cactus Indoors  

Cacti are typically desert-dwelling plants that thrive in dry and hot conditions, but these plants also make excellent indoor houseplants. Cacti are quite low-maintenance, making them an ideal plant for new gardeners and a great housewarming gift. The secrets to growing healthy cacti indoors include providing them with plenty of sunlight, not overwatering, and using the right soil.

2017-11-15 00:00:00

How to Fold Up a Pop Up Tent  

Many people use pop up tents as quick, easy shelters but find folding up the tent to be an unexpected hassle. Storing the tent involves folding the poles together and then over each other. This collapses the tent into a circle that you can seal in a bag until you need it again. With a little knowledge of folding techniques, you can pack away your tent until the next time you need it.

2017-11-14 16:00:00

How to Find Your Car in a Crowded Parking Lot  

You step out of the grocery store or work building and realize you have no idea where your car is parked. For many people, this is a recurring problem, and in large, crowded parking lots it can be difficult to remember exactly where your car is waiting for you. Locating your car doesn't need to be a stressful task, and there are many helpful strategies for making sure you don't forget where you parked.

2017-11-14 08:00:00

How to Keep Ticks Away  

If you want to stay far away from those pesky ticks that inhabit your property, you're definitely not alone. Ticks are small insects that survive by attaching to animals and consuming their blood. Luckily, there are many actions you can take to keep ticks away from you and your yard. Keep ticks off of your body by wearing full-coverage clothing and spraying your body with a repellent before heading outside. Keep ticks away from your property by landscaping well and by growing tick-repelling pl...

2017-11-14 00:00:00

How to Gut a Turkey  

When you buy a turkey from a farmer or grocery store, you will likely have to gut it, which means cleaning out its inner organs, or innards. While hunters often do this themselves, the average cook who buys a turkey from the store still needs to know how to gut it in order to prepare it for a meal. Gutting a turkey is a straightforward process, as long as you have the correct tools for doing so.

2017-11-13 16:00:00

How to Season Pinto Beans  

Pinto beans are a tasty and nutritious type of bean with a speckled red and tan exterior. Whether you like to eat your pintos in chili, burritos, or dip, seasoning your pinto beans will make sure they are their most flavorful. By salting your pinto beans and adding spices, you can make your favorite recipes shine.

2017-11-13 08:00:00

How to Remotely Restart a Windows Machine Through Command Line  

This wikiHow teaches you how to restart another computer on your network from your own computer by using the Windows Command Prompt app. You cannot remotely restart a computer with Command Prompt if you haven't previously set the computer up to be remotely restarted, nor can you remotely restart a computer that isn't on your Internet network.

2017-11-13 00:00:00

How to Stretch Suede Shoes  

You can easily stretch shoes, even if they're made of the famously finicky fabric suede. A suede-safe stretching spray will do the trick if you just need a bit of a stretch. For tougher jobs, invest in a stretching tool designed for shoes, heels, or boots. If you have trouble, or you're worried about damaging expensive shoes, consult a shoe repair specialist.

2017-11-12 16:00:00

How to Increase Your Lung Capacity for Singing  

Singing demands a lot of lung capacity, so breathing exercises are essential for even the most experienced singers. Since breathing properly will help protect your singing voice, start by making sure your technique is solid. To fill your lungs completely, inhale through your nose and fill your belly with air without raising your shoulders or chest. Try inhaling and exhaling for various counts to exercise your diaphragm. In addition to breathing exercises, aerobic exercise is a great way to gain

2017-11-12 08:00:00

How to Register an Emotional Support Dog  

Emotional support dogs provide support for individuals suffering from mental health conditions. They are not allowed in all public places like service animals are, but there are legal protections that require them to be allowed in no-pet housing and on flights. There is no agency that registers emotional support dogs. However, getting a letter from a mental health professional that you need an emotional support dog is the documentation you need when bringing one on a flight or into a new home.

2017-11-12 00:00:00

How to Dry Moringa Trees  

Dry moringa leaves or seeds are a delicious part to any meal. This article will tell you how to dry them.

2017-11-11 16:00:00

How to Use a Winch  

Off-road driving with your vehicle can be exhilarating, but sometimes you might find yourself stuck on some rocks or in a pit of mud. Fortunately, if you have a winch mounted on your vehicle, you shouldn't have any problem getting yourself unstuck. To use your winch properly, you'll need to locate a sturdy anchor to attach it to. Once your winch is rigged, you can slowly pull your vehicle out from whatever it's stuck in.

2017-11-11 08:00:00

How to Choose and Wear Cologne  

There are many different scents of cologne and it can feel overwhelming which one to choose and how to apply it correctly. Whether you are trying to impress a date, be more put together, have a signature scent, or you just want to experiment with something new, cologne is easy and fun to use and can improve your confidence and overall impression on others.

2017-11-11 00:00:00

How to Grow Sugar Snap Peas  

Sugar snap peas are a pea lover's dream. Unlike other varieties, which have to be shelled in order to extract the tender peas, sugar snaps can be devoured pod and all. They're also a cinch to grow, making them a favorite among horticulturalists, cooks, and casual gardeners alike. Simply plant the pea seeds somewhere mild and shady and make sure they receive regular water. In 2-3 months, you'll have a crop of crunchy, delectable peas that can be snacked on raw or added to your favorite whol...

2017-11-10 16:00:00

How to Help Veterans  

It's important to support men and women who have sacrificed part of their lives to serve their country. When returning to normal life, veterans may face a number of emotional, physical, and financial difficulties. Luckily, there are a number of ways you can help our veterans. From providing them with the recognition they deserve to donating both your abilities and resources, you can help make their life better.

2017-11-10 08:00:00

How to Replace a Toilet Fill Valve  

A faulty toilet fill valve can cause your toilet to run all the time or otherwise malfunction. However, the good news is that replacing your toilet fill valve is something any homeowner can do. It does not take a lot of experience with plumbing or a lot of time. However, you do need a few parts, a couple of tools, and a little bit of effort.

2017-11-10 00:00:00

How to Turn a Plastic Bottle Into a Phone Charging Station  

When you don't want your phone to be dangling loose, you'll need a special holder to keep it safe. Instead of running out and buying one, however, it is easy to make your own using an empty plastic bottle. Best of all, you can use these holders for other similar-sized items that need to be charged as well.

2017-11-09 16:00:00

How to Clean a Silk Tie  

Nothing is as frustrating as finishing dinner and realizing that you've spilled some food on your silk tie! Silk in particular can be a tricky fabric to clean, and while a trip to the dry cleaner can usually sort out the problem, you can actually clean the tie yourself with the right strategy. Whether you're cleaning up a food, wine, or oil stain or simply taking care of day-to-day dirt, using the right cleaning techniques will have your tie looking as good as new.

2017-11-09 08:00:00

How to Kosher Your Kitchen  

Kashering your kitchen is a necessary step for anyone wishing to follow kashrut, the body of Jewish law that explains which foods are acceptable and how to prepare them. The most important part of kashering a kitchen is keeping storage and preparation items for meat and dairy products separate. If you clean and kasher your kitchen methodically from large appliances and surfaces to small utensils and cookware, you can save yourself time and live according to Jewish tradition.

2017-11-09 00:00:00

How to Dance the Boogaloo  

The boogaloo is known for its lively, captivating movements. Doing it correctly involves rolling your body to the beat of the music. Leg rolls are mixed with transitions and footwork to create a free-flowing dance routine. Master these moves and you'll have fun ruling the dance floor.

2017-11-08 16:00:00

How to Make Golden Rum Cake  

So, you want to bake a cake. You want something that is fairly easy to make, has a nice rich taste, and will look great. What will you do? You don't want one of those cheap store bought cakes. No, you want to try a new kind of cake. Try making this golden rum cake!

2017-11-08 08:00:00

How to Use a Shaped Cake Pan  

Cake pans come in a variety of shapes, everything from animals to letters. Working with shaped pans can be an exciting challenge for any baker. To create the best shaped cake, spend some extra time greasing and flouring your pan. Adding any extra supports directly into the batter before baking will make your cake sturdier, too. When the cake is done, take care transferring it from the pan to the cooling rack. When you get comfortable enough using your shaped pan, feel free to experiment with var

2017-11-08 00:00:00

How to Do a Sitting to Standing Exercise  

Moving from sitting to standing is a motion that most people already do throughout the day. However, when this motion is done mindfully, it can be a gentle--yet effective--exercise. This movement can strengthen your legs, lower back, and core. It can be especially helpful for older folks and people recovering from lower back and hip injuries. The best part is that this is an exercise you can do just about anywhere. You can also make this a more vigorous exercise by adding weights, increasing the

2017-11-07 16:00:00

How to Pasteurize Juice  

Pasteurizing raw juice kills harmful bacteria so it can't make you sick. Pasteurizing is a fairly simple process. You simply heat up the juice to just below boiling. Be sure to pour it into a clean container, as you'll just recontaminate if you don't. To increase the time you have to drink it, pour it into sterilized jars.

2017-11-07 08:00:00

How to Train to Be a Driving Instructor  

Working as a driving instructor can be incredibly rewarding. If you've got a good driving record and are passionate about teaching others the rules of the road, then this could be the job for you! There are a few basic requirements you must meet, like having a valid driver's license license and high school level education, before you can register for a certification program. Once you've passed the training courses and obtained your license, you can start applying for instructor positions near ...

2017-11-07 00:00:00

How to Silk Press Natural Hair  

A silk press is a straightening technique that doesn't require chemicals. Deep conditioning makes the process go easier, and choosing a good quality flatiron means you can do small sections in one pass, minimizing heat damage. Because this style is done through heat instead of chemicals, maintain it by keeping it away from moisture and wrapping it up at night.

2017-11-06 16:00:00

How to Talk a Car Dealer Down on Price  

Negotiating the price of a new or used vehicle with a car dealer has a reputation as a thoroughly unpleasant and confusing task. While it's true that dealers may try to get more money out of you than the car is worth, you can avoid this experience by doing some research before you shop. Then, inspect the vehicle to make sure it's in good condition and to see if there are any flaws you can use to negotiate a lower price. You'll also need to haggle with the dealer (even when buying a new car...

2017-11-06 08:00:00

How to Keep Birds Out of Trees  

While birds may look pretty and sound nice in your yard, you may want to prevent them from taking up permanent residency in your trees. Birds will often eat fruit like apples or oranges on trees. Certain birds, like magpies and sparrows, will also scare away smaller birds and build nests on branches. To keep birds out of your trees, you can use deterrents like shiny ribbons and moving devices. You can also put up barriers and prune the trees to deter birds from perching on them.

2017-11-06 00:00:00

How to Discount Cash Flow  

Everyone knows that a dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow — this is because of inflation and the opportunity cost of what you miss out on by not having the dollar today. But how much less is that dollar received tomorrow actually worth? Discounting is a technique designed to answer this question by reducing the value of future cash flows to their present-day values. Once calculated, discounted future cash flows can be used to analyze investments and value companies.

2017-11-05 16:00:00

How to Dye a Human Hair Wig  

Unlike synthetic wigs, human hair wigs can be dyed relatively easily. You can use the same hair dye, the same developer, and even the same tools to dye your wig as you would normal hair. Simply mix your dye before gently applying it directly to the wig. Wash the wig after dyeing it to keep it clean and shiny. Keep in mind that hair dye will not work on synthetic wigs.

2017-11-05 08:00:00

How to Learn Lines for a Play  

It can often seem difficult or intimidating to be handed a script and told to learn your lines. Whether you're learning lines for a school play, an Amateur Dramatic Production, or for a professional stage job, you can make sure you memorize your lines quickly and effectively by understanding what you're saying first. Then, memorize one line at a time and recite them daily until you get "Off-Book." Use movement and emotional cues if you need help remembering difficult lines.

2017-11-05 00:00:00

How to Adjust Bike Brakes  

Routinely adjusting your bike brakes will help them perform better and ensure you're riding safely. The two main things you'll want to adjust in your bike's brake system are the brake pads and the brake cables. Worn down brake pads that are too low or high on the rim can be a safety hazard. Brake cables that are too loose will make it harder to brake. Fortunately, you can easily fix these issues with some simple tools!

2017-11-04 16:00:00

How to Celebrate Guy Fawkes Day  

On the 5th of November, 1605, a group of men attempted to carry out the 'gunpowder plot', a failed attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill King James the First. The man who was to light the barrels of gunpowder was named Guy Fawkes. The plan was discovered, however, when one of the conspirators sent a letter to his cousin warning him not to visit the Houses of Parliament. Fawkes was then caught just before lighting the fuse to the 36 barrels of gunpowder; enough evidence to lead to

2017-11-04 08:00:00

How to Grill Bratwurst  

The arrival of grilling season means three things: warm weather, the company of friends and family, and hot, juicy brats fresh off the grill. Any backyard chef worth their salt will tell you that grilling is the only acceptable method of preparing bratwurst, but for many people, cooking the plump sausages to perfection without drying them out is a challenge. That's when it can come in handy to remember a few simple guidelines. As long as you use the right utensils, maintain a relatively low he...

2017-11-04 00:00:00

How to Fight Someone Taller Than You  

Fighting a larger opponent is always a challenge, especially if they're both bigger and taller than you. If height differential alone is your major disadvantage, though, there are ways to turn their taller stature into a weakness. First and foremost, you must get in close to negate their reach advantage. From there, you must strike quickly, keep your defenses up, move around nimbly, and work from your lower level to "chop the tree down." Of course, everyone will benefit if you can find a w...

2017-11-03 16:00:00

How to Roast Pistachios  

Roasted pistachios are a delicious, healthy snack on their own and a great addition to salads, party mix, and baked goods. You can roast pistachios easily in the oven or a skillet. Before you roast them, prep them by removing the shells. Then, roast them until they turn light brown and give off a nutty smell. You can also add spices and seasoning to the roasted pistachios to take them to the next level.

2017-11-03 08:00:00

How to Develop Good Study Habits for College  

Effective studying is critical to success in college, and many new college students quickly find that their prior study habits need major adjustments. To begin making the change, find a quiet, organized space to study. Study with a positive attitude and specific goals in mind. If you need help, there's no shame in asking. Your professors and peers are there to help you learn. You can develop excellent habits that help you navigate the difficulties of entering college.

2017-11-03 00:00:00

How to Eat Bitter Melon  

Bitter melon is a unique vegetable that grows best in tropical regions and is healthy to eat. Consuming this veggie may strengthen your immune system, detoxify your liver, improve your eyesight, and even kill cancer cells. If you're wondering how to incorporate bitter melon into your diet while still enjoying the taste of your food, there are many ways to do it. Select and cut your bitter melon properly before cooking and/or eating it. Try stir-frying your bitter melon or blending it into a ta...

2017-11-02 16:00:00

How to Create a No Dig Garden  

Gardening is fun and rewarding, but the digging process can tiresome. That's why a no-dig garden is a great, alternative solution to the typical garden. A no-dig garden is similar to composting, meaning ingredients are layered to decompose the soil. After building up layers, plant your seedlings and wait 2 to 4 months for noticeable growth.

2017-11-02 08:00:00

How to Break in Patent Leather Shoes  

Patent leather shoes, with their distinctive gleam, make a striking and fun addition to any wardrobe. Modern patent leather shoes get their shine from a thin coating of plastic over the leather. Unfortunately, this plastic finish makes patent leather shoes inflexible and difficult to stretch. You can stretch your too-tight patent leathers a little bit with a shoe stretching kit or a little gentle heat from a hair dryer. Minimize the need for breaking in by buying shoes that fit well and taking a

2017-11-02 00:00:00

How to Drain a Dishwasher  

If your dishwasher isn't draining water, you might have a clog on your hands. In addition to drainage problems, a clog and leftover water can cause nasty odors. Fortunately, fixing drainage issues is usually quick and easy. Cleaning your dishwasher's filters is the first and simplest troubleshooting step. If that doesn't help, try checking the drain hose and valve for clogs. If you can't track down the cause on your own, get in touch with an appliance repair specialist.

2017-11-01 16:00:00

How to Kill Spider Eggs  

Most of the time, it's easy to deal with spider eggs before they become a problem. Start by trying to identify the spider species. While most spiders are harmless, you should look for characteristics of poisonous spiders to stay on the safe side. If you're dealing with a venomous species or major infestation, it's wise to call in a professional. Usually, vacuuming up spiders and their egg sacs is the easiest and most effective solution. You could also spray a pesticide directly onto spider...

2017-11-01 08:00:00

How to Eliminate Skunk Odor  

Skunks have a natural deterrent to protect themselves from predators, and this deterrent comes in the form of a nasty-smelling oil that contains sulphur compounds. Skunk spray has an unpleasant and pungent smell that can linger for up to a month if it goes untreated. The trick to eliminating skunk smell from your pet's fur, your hair and skin, clothes, furniture, and carpeting is to act quickly. The longer you wait to clean the affected area, the harder it will be to remove the smell.

2017-11-01 00:00:00

How to Do a Wells Fargo Wire Transfer  

Wiring money is a fast and easy way to pay someone. As a Wells Fargo customer, you can send money online or in person, and you can also receive wire transfers. You'll need to gather required information so that the wire can go through smoothly. Also confirm what fees you will pay, because you can't send or receive money for free.

2017-10-31 16:00:00

How to Celebrate Halloween  

Halloween comes on the 31st of October every year. If you want to celebrate, you have multiple options. You can throw a party with friends and family, decorate for the season, or participate in events around your town. Have fun and enjoy the festivities with friends and family members. With some preparation and planning, you and your loved ones can enjoy a fun and festive Halloween.

2017-10-31 08:00:00

How to Make a Supergroup on Telegram on PC or Mac  

This wikiHow teaches you how to create a Telegram group capable of handling up to 20,000 members when you're using a computer.

2017-10-31 00:00:00

How to Make a Potato Gun  

You may love to eat potatoes, but firing them out of a cannon can be even more fun. A potato guns, also called a spudzooka, potato cannon, and spud gun, make for an entertaining project that also demonstrates a few laws of physics along the way. Part of the thrill of constructing a potato gun comes from experimenting with the basic design to get the best performance, all while learning valuable engineering lessons. Get creative with yours!

2017-10-30 16:00:00

How to Extend Your Eyebrows  

Eyebrows are an important facial feature because they help express emotions and frame your face. Short eyebrows can sometimes make your face look wider than it really is. If you want to extend the edges (or "tails") of your eyebrows, you have options for using makeup to fill them in or stimulating hair regrowth.

2017-10-30 08:00:00

How to Make Fake Blood  

Plenty of special effects makeup artists and enthusiasts use fake blood to create realistic, gory looks, especially around Halloween. Nothing adds to the frightening thrill of Halloween like lots and lots of sticky red blood! You can quickly use ingredients you probably have in your kitchen to create edible fake blood. Make quick fake blood using corn syrup or blend up a deep red fake blood that uses powdered sugar. You can some thick fake blood that uses flour and thickens as it cools. You'll n

2017-10-30 00:00:00

How to Clean Under Acrylic Nails  

Acrylic nails look beautiful, but dirt, food, and bacteria can hide beneath the nail. Cleaning underneath your acrylic nails requires a gentle touch so that the acrylic nail doesn't separate from the natural nail. Be aware, however, that most discoloration on acrylic nails is caused by fungus, not dirt. This means that you will have to remove the nail and treat your finger before you can apply a new one. Prevention is easier than treatment, however. Practice daily hygiene habits to reduce your...

2017-10-29 16:00:00

How to Set Spider Traps  

Spiders: you either love them or hate them. In your home, you may need to set traps to catch and kill spiders. Outside, you may want to catch spiders to keep and study. Sticky traps are the main way of setting traps for spiders in your home. They are easy to set up, and you can even make your own. If you are more interested in trapping live spiders outside, then you should look into creating pitfall traps, which catch spiders by having them fall into a small pit.

2017-10-29 08:00:00

How to Plan a Vegetable Garden  

So you're planting a vegetable garden for the first time! To prepare for planting season, choose vegetables you want to plant, pick the perfect site for your garden, and always prep before you plant. While there's no right way to make a vegetable garden, each of these things can help you plan a garden well-adapted to your climate. Once you've got all of these elements figured out, you're ready to create a thriving garden.

2017-10-29 00:00:00

How to Check Your Credit Score  

Your credit score determines whether you can borrow money and the interest rate if you are successful. Increasingly, landlords and employers are looking at credit reports also. To check your score, visit a website that offers credit scores for free. If you are unhappy with your score, work to improve it by paying your bills on time and reducing your debts.

2017-10-28 16:00:00

How to Make Oreo Hot Chocolate  

Warm yourself up this winter with a warm mug of delicious, sweet Oreo hot chocolate. Featuring your favorite cookie and garnished with whipped cream, this hot chocolate recipe makes an easy hot drink to enjoy on any cold day. You can make a rich, creamy version using condensed milk as a base, or you can make a simpler version using just plain milk. Whichever version you choose, you are bound to end up with a real treat.

2017-10-28 08:00:00

How to Handle an Irate Customer on the Phone  

If you work in customer service or own a business, you will occasionally need to take calls from angry customers. How you handle these calls can determine the quality of reviews you receive and the success of your business. The most important thing to do is stay calm. Make them feel listened to before you offer solutions. If the customer's anger is escalating out of control, try to calm them down, but know when to step away.

2017-10-28 00:00:00

How to Get Ink Out of Cashmere  

Your hand slips once and a pen leaves a big mark on your best cashmere sweater. As tempted as you may be to stuff the item in the back of your closet, don't lose hope yet. Ink stains can generally be remedied with cold water and a mild shampoo. If this isn't enough, a little bit of rubbing alcohol or non-acetone nail polish remover may get your cashmere looking as good as the day you bought it.

2017-10-27 16:00:00

How to Melt Aluminum  

Aluminum is one of the most heavily used metals in modern manufacturing. Its durability and plasticity make it an ideal material for multiple functions. Because of this, aluminum is a great metal for DIY forging. With the right information and materials, forging aluminum can be a fun hobby or a source of extra income.

2017-10-27 08:00:00

How to Fix a Stuck Toilet Handle  

You push on the toilet handle with all your might, but it won't move. Before you pick up the phone and call a plumber, take a look inside the tank. Most of the time, the problem is a loose flush valve or chain. You can also unscrew the handle to replace it with a new one at little cost. Before you know it, your handle will work as well as it did the first time you used it.

2017-10-27 00:00:00

How to Do a Painting of a Cat on a Pumpkin  

At the end of October, as Halloween draws near, evenings take on a special aura of anticipation and mystery. Dried weeds, leaves and other vegetation crunch underfoot, and even the least superstitious person might try to avoid a black cat on the path. Luckily, by painting a cat, you decide how ferocious, mischievous---or loving he will be. Add pumpkins and display your finished painting proudly to chase away any Halloween fears and forebodings that might be in the air.

2017-10-26 16:00:00

How to Manage Layered Hair  

Layered hair is great for creating the illusion of length and/or volume. It is a look that is versatile and can be pulled off by just about anyone. Although layered hair is a great choice as a style, it usually requires more upkeep than a basic haircut. Managing layered hair, however, can be simple with a care routine that works best for you.

2017-10-26 08:00:00

How to Use Beer to Get Rid of Snails in Your Garden  

Snails and slugs can be a real headache. These small, slimy creatures reproduce quickly and love to feed on the leaves and roots of your plants. Fortunately, getting rid of garden snails with beer is quick and easy. Just fill a small container with beer and let the snails climb in and drown.

2017-10-26 00:00:00

How to Cut Face Framing Layers  

Soft, face framing layers look great on everyone. They're also easy to do at home, no hair stylist necessary! Start by deciding if you want short or long layers. If your hair is medium length, go with shorter layers. If you have long hair, opt for long layers that swing softly around your face. Once you've narrowed that down, it's just a matter of making a few snips!

2017-10-25 16:00:00

How to Make Zombie Brains Jello Shots  

Jello shots are a fun and delicious treat that you can make for any occasion. Raspberry-filled zombie brain jello shots are both tasty and spooky, and they're a great way to celebrate Halloween, World Zombie Day, or a zombie walk. You only need a few simple ingredients to make your own zombie brain jello shots, but small silicone molds in the shapes of brains are essential to the operation.

2017-10-25 08:00:00

How to Care for a Sick Bearded Dragon  

Caring for a sick bearded dragon properly begins by assessing any signs of illness. Identifying the animal's symptoms allows you to assess the severity of them, begin treatment, and figure out whether they are getting worse. You also need to know when it is time to get the bearded dragon veterinary care, rather than simply treating it at home. With some care from you, including knowing when to seek out help, your bearded dragon should be able to recover from whatever is ailing it.

2017-10-25 00:00:00

How to Grow a Choko Vine  

Also known as chayote, choko is a perennial vine that produces pear-shaped, squash-like fruit. It's easy to grow in most environments, but thrives in warm, tropical climates. To start your vines, grow a sprout from a choko fruit in the spring. After it sprouts, plant it outside in a clear spot that gets lots of sun. Keep the soil from drying out, and provide a trellis to support your vines. The vines will flower in late summer and, by early autumn, you'll be able to harvest the fruits of your ...

2017-10-24 16:00:00

How to Change a Group Name on GroupMe on Android  

This wikiHow teaches you how to edit the name of a group chat on GroupMe, using Android.

2017-10-24 08:00:00

How to Pan Fry  

Pan-frying is an easy method of cooking food by heating oil in a heavy skillet. You can pan fry just about anything, including vegetables, meat, and fish. There are a few methods of pan frying. The basic pan fry uses medium heat and a little bit of oil to cook whole pieces of meat and un-chopped vegetables. Shallow frying uses more oil to fry battered foods, such as fried chicken or eggplant parmesan. Stir-frying uses high heat and a little oil to cook chopped vegetables and meats. Once you've g

2017-10-24 00:00:00

How to Reface Cabinet Doors  

Refacing cabinet doors is a great way to refresh and update the look of a kitchen or bathroom. Not only will it help transform your cabinets, but it will alter the character of the whole room. While refacing cabinet doors may seem like an overwhelming task, it is a manageable job for anyone with the time and dedication. By preparing the doors to be refaced and taking the time to carefully paint or stain them, you'll finish this seemingly complicated job with little trouble.

2017-10-23 16:00:00

How to Stop Being Jealous  

Occasional jealousy is natural and can even be motivating. But if you find yourself getting upset when seeing Instagram photos of clothes, jobs, or cars that you envy, you might need to work through this issue. Or maybe your jealousy is making you paranoid and causing problems with you and your significant other. Curbing these emotions can be difficult, but it's often necessary to move forward and feel secure and confident. Work through your jealousy by addressing it, finding a new focus, and ...

2017-10-23 08:00:00

How to Ink Wash  

Ink wash painting is a process (similar to watercolor painting) that uses black India ink to create greyscale works of art. If you are new to ink washing, you can begin by practicing color gradation, mixing different amounts of water with your ink to achieve varied shades. Next, you can experiment with different line techniques. Finally, when you feel a bit more comfortable with the ink, you can move on to creating your own ink wash painting.

2017-10-23 00:00:00

How to Make a Mummy Costume  

Want to scare everyone as a Mummy this Halloween? It is really easy to make a great costume from simple items that you might have lying around the house, or can purchase cheaply from a thrift store. Follow this easy how-to to find out how you can have a great mummy costume this Halloween (or this Friday, or for tomorrow's business lunch, or whenever, really).

2017-10-22 16:00:00

How to Remove Telegram Contacts on PC or Mac  

This wikiHow teaches you how to delete people from your Telegram contacts list when you're on a computer.

2017-10-22 08:00:00

How to Do an Around the World in Soccer  

Though an around the world trick may look difficult and confusing, it's actually not. You only need to follow a few simple steps to learn this awesome soccer trick. It may take a little bit of practice before you master it, but if you keep trying you can learn how to do an around the world.

2017-10-22 00:00:00

How to Treat Ear Infections in Rats  

Rats are great pets. Not only are they intelligent, but they're highly social. Like all pets, rats suffer from a variety of ailments, including ear infections. Unfortunately, ear infections can be difficult to treat in rats. But by knowing the symptoms of an ear infection, seeking the help of your vet, and taking care of your rat while it recovers, your little friend should be back to normal in a few weeks.

2017-10-21 16:00:00

How to Be Sarcastic  

Sarcasm is a great way to get a laugh and make the best of a bad situation. Being sarcastic is easier than you think. Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations. Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone's feelings, so tread lightly and don't overdo it.

2017-10-21 08:00:00

How to Stop a Download on Android  

This wikiHow teaches you how to pause or cancel a file download in your Android's Notification Center, or cancel an app download from the Play Store.

2017-10-21 00:00:00

How to Record a Voice Memo on an iPhone  

Your iPhone includes a Voice Memos app, which allows you to record and edit audio memos. You can use this for taking personal memos, recording class lectures, and more. After recording a memo, you can trim it to remove dead air or unimportant information. You can also share your memos by sending the audio file through your email or messaging apps.

2017-10-20 16:00:00

How to Scale a Fish  

If you like to fish or simply like to eat fish, you may need to know how to scale one. Many fish markets and grocery stores sell whole fish that you have to clean yourself. Whether you're outdoors or in your kitchen, scaling a fish is a relatively easy process! Cover your work area with newspaper and use the blunt edge of a knife to scrape the scales off both sides of the fish. Rinse any remaining scales away with cold water.

2017-10-20 08:00:00

How to Carve a Pumpkin  

Pumpkin carving is a fun Halloween tradition that's popular among both children and adults. To carve your own pumpkin, you'll first need to purchase or pick one from a local farmer's market or pumpkin patch. Make a clean workspace to do the carving in, and trace or draft your design on the side of the pumpkin before you begin cutting. Remember also that you'll need to scoop out all of the seeds from the pumpkin's interior. Make sure to keep knives away from young children, and supervis...

2017-10-20 00:00:00

How to Write a Love Letter for a Wedding Anniversary  

Writing a love letter for your partner can be a daunting task. How do you sum up your affection, respect, and admiration for them in one letter? Start by brainstorming ideas for the letter, like your first experiences together or a romantic moment you shared. Then, create a draft of the letter using sweet, simple language. Polish the draft so it is at its best when you give it to your partner.

2017-10-19 16:00:00

How to Teach Critical Thinking  

If you want to teach your students critical thinking, give them opportunities to brainstorm and analyze things. Classroom discussions are a great way to encourage open-mindedness and creativity. Teach students to ask "why?" as much as possible and recognize patterns. An important part of critical thinking is also recognizing good and bad sources of information.

2017-10-19 08:00:00

How to Do Edwardian Hairstyles  

The Edwardian Era, also known as "La Belle Epoque" and "the Gilded Age," spanned from the late 1890s to 1914. The Gibson girl was a popular inspiration when it came to fashion and hair. Most of the hair of that era were voluminous, wispy updos, but there were other styles as well, such as buns and braids. Edwardian women often resorted to using mesh or wire frames for their hair, but there are other ways to do the same styles using simpler techniques.

2017-10-19 00:00:00

How to Find the Andromeda Galaxy  

The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31 or "the Great Spiral Galaxy" is one of the most distant objects that the unaided human eye can see. Use the constellations around the Andromeda Galaxy to help you pinpoint its location in the sky. You can see the galaxy faintly with your eyes, but binoculars or a telescope will make it clearer. To maximize your view, go out on a dark night in autumn or winter. Locating it for the first time is a little tricky, but once you find it, it's hard to ev

2017-10-18 16:00:00

How to Conjugate Ir Verbs in Spanish  

Verbs ending in -ir are the third largest group of verbs in Spanish. To conjugate -ir verbs in Spanish, all you do is remove the -ir from the end and replace it with the right letters. The new ending you choose conveys the tense (past, present, future), the mood (indicative, subjunctive, imperative), and who's doing the action.

2017-10-18 08:00:00

How to Treat an Infant Cold  

Watching your baby suffer through a cold can be both nerve-wracking and heart-wrenching, especially if your child demonstrates obvious signs of discomfort. Infants under the age of three months should see a doctor as soon as they show signs of illness. However, babies older than three months can wait as long as their symptoms do not get too severe. Focus on easing the symptoms of the cold using safe home remedies and avoid medication. If your baby gets significantly worse or does not improve wit

2017-10-18 00:00:00

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