We all want a lush green garden, however weeds and dandelions can be a gardener's worst enemy and can ruin what would have been lush green grass that's soft between your toes. Waging war on dandelions has never been easier and simpler. And the best bit is every kitchen has this key ingredient!
You may have wanted your garden to look like a prize winning marvel. However, reality is as it currently stands it resembles more of a scene from a Stephen King novel. Why? Because those tiny little bugs are crushing your dreams of having a luscious garden. Aphids are tiny bugs that feed by sucking the sap from your plants and reproduce fast, resulting in all of your time and effort gone to waste. But don't fret we've got just the solution for you.
Slugs and snails will munch their way through your plants very quickly, so you have to eliminate them ASAP without harsh chemicals. In order to do this, we hope you don't mind sharing a little of your favourite amber elixir.... we're talking about BEER! Snails and slugs apparently like beer as much as the rest of us and will instantly be attracted to the liquid. So this method will have those pesky snails and slugs happily on their way out of this world.
Oils and grease stains on the garage floor are unsightly. No one wants to see them and you certainly don't want them seeping into the concrete floor. So if your Garage floor is starting to look like it's got foot prints left by the Creature from the Black Lagoon we've got the solution for you.
Outdoor furniture can be a pain to clean after the rain clears and when it's time to entertain again, especially if it's a glass tiled top, the last thing you want to do is spend quality drinking time scrubbing so here's a tip,
If your gardening tools look like they've been used as a prop for a zombie apocalypse movie, then it's definitely time to give them a good clean. Garden tools need to be cleaned to keep them in peak working order, to kill any bacteria and also prevent rust.
So your little darling is showing signs of being the next Picasso. Great, but not on your walls right? Coloured markers can be an absolute nightmare to get off clothes and furniture. These two simple methods should put a smile on your face, after you've found a drawing book as a replacement canvas.
Is your vegetable patch looking a bit dismal? Like it's more of a compost bin rather than a patch? It's important to have healthy, nutrient rich soil if you want great results from your vegetable patch. Most green leafy vegetables, like lettuce, cabbage, brussels sprouts, generally need more nitrogen in the soil than fruiting or flowering plants.
Pet hair on your furniture is pretty yuck, even worse if it's all over your clothes! Whilst we all love our fur babies, their hair can get annoying especially when it ends up on the outfit you're wearing on your date on Friday night!
Heidelbeeren sind beliebte Sträucher für den Obstgarten, stellen aber spezielle Ansprüche an Boden und Standort. Die Pflanzen zählen wie die Rhododendren zu den Heidekrautgewächsen und brauchen einen humusreichen, kalkfreien und gleichmäßig feuchten Boden.
It's super important to keep hairbrushes and combs clean, rather than looking like they've been in a fight with your head. You also don't want them looking like they've been dragged through the mud after you've completely covered them in hair product.
Ants! Those pesky tiny creatures that tend to find their way into our kitchen cabinets and pantry. Imagine going to your pantry to grab the honey and finding the jar covered in ants. Fighting them off and eradicating them from your pantry can be one of lives greatest challenges. This simple chemical free trick is one of the easiest things you could ever do. They will hate you for it!