How To : Launder fabric with red wine stains

Sure, sure, you didn't notice spilling red wine on your shirt or tablecloth because the conversation at dinner was so lively. The stain might be dry, but that doesn't mean the party has to end on a sour note.

How To : Make round box pillows

Square edges on a round box pillow are easy if you follow the steps. Learn the more obvious, but often overlooked, techniques for laundering buttoned pillow covers. This video goes over it all, just make sure to click the Real Player or Quicktime link to start the actual video.

How To : 12 Helpful Uses for Those Annoying Bread Clips

Plastic bread clips, which are primarily used to keep bread bags closed, can also be used to add new life to your old flip-flops, scrape gunk off your nonstick pans, keep matching socks together before laundering, label your cable cords, and more. Want to make a DIY scrubber ...more

How To : Hand wash clothes

In order to hand-wash your clothes, you will need the following: a sink with a stopper, a laundry detergent designed for hand-washing (e.g. Woolite), a stain remover, fabric softener, and a drying rack. Use the stain remover to thoroughly remove any stains, before laundering. ...more

How To : Inside Bitcoin - Part 1 - Bitcoin and Anonymity

Over the past decade the Internet community has been witness to the rise of many new forms of online interaction. These new technologies have given rise to anonymous networks (like TOR), black markets within the deep web network (like the Silk Road), and even forms of digital ...more

How To : Remove mildew stains in your bathroom

Remove mildew as soon as you see it: not only is it gross, the longer the mold is allowed to grow, the more damage it can do to surfaces and even your health. You Will Need: * Rubber gloves * A spray bottle * A bottle of liquid chlorine bleach * A plastic-bristled scrub brus ...more

News : Massive Leak! Wikileaks publishes Stratfor emails.

Monday 27 February, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files – more than five million emails from the Texas-headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor. The emails date from between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a ...more

How To : Get grease stains out of fabric

Don’t panic if you spill grease on your clothes or the couch. Start tackling it instead. Learn how to get grease stains out of fabric with this how to video. You Will Need * Salt, baking soda, cornstarch, or talcum powder * A gentle brush, like a pastry brush * Colorless dish ...more

How To : Remove ink stains from fabric

Learn how to remove ink stains from fabric. Getting ink out of fabric is a tricky business, often best handled by a dry cleaner. If you want to try it yourself, though, here's what to do. You Will Need * Denatured alcohol, also known as methylated spirit * Cotton balls or p ...more

How To : Get out perspiration stains

It’s easy to make those telltale sweat spots disappear if you know what to use on them. Don't throw away those white shirts, learn how to get rid of sweat stains instead. You Will Need * Liquid laundry detergent * White vinegar or ammonia * Clean sponges * A clean, white clot ...more

How To : Save money on dry cleaning

Usually those "dry clean only" tags mean one thing: dry cleaning bills. Why sacrifice wearing silk, suede, or other fine fabrics when knowing just a few clothes care tips can save you tons of money on dry cleaning. You Will Need: • Neatness • Roomy closet • Garment brush ...more

How To : Get rid of moths indoors

Moths can be destructive to stored clothing and food items. Here's how to get rid of them. Watch this video to learn how to get rid of moths indoors. You Will Need * A vacuum * Airtight containers * Moth balls, flakes, or crystals * A dry cleaner WARNING: Products like moth ...more

How To : Store your winter clothes

Make sure your winter wardrobe survives the summer by putting it away properly. Learn how to store your winter clothes. You Will Need: * Acid-free tissue paper * Plastic trash bags, plastic boxes with mesh-type lids, or cardboard boxes * Hangers with clips * A soft cotton clo ...more

How To : Iron a shirt

This video will teach you how to iron your dress shirts so you look your best. Learn how to iron cotton and synthetic fabrics! You will need a steam iron, an ironing board, a spray bottle with water, and of course a cleanly laundered shirt. No more wrinkles! Remove the creases ...more

How To : Get out grass stains

After rolling down the hill or sliding into second base, it's time to tackle those grass stains. With summer coming up, this Howcast guide is helpful for moms wanting to get rid of those pesky grass stains. How to remove grass stains: You Will Need * A sponge * Denatured alco ...more

How To : Get out lipstick stains

Learn how to get out lipstick stains. It's not just lipstick on your collar; your favorite shade can turn up anywhere! That's why you need a battle plan. You Will Need * A clean, white towel * A clean, white washcloth * Rubbing alcohol * Grease solvent Step 1. Place stain ...more

How To : Green your wardrobe

Wearing vintage clothing is one of the best ways to reduce the environmental impact of your fashion choices—short of walking around naked. You Will Need: * A vintage store * A sewing kit * A resale shop * Eco-safe laundry detergent * A clothesline * And an environmentally con ...more

How To : Keep areas clean for your dog

Your dog travels all around the house all day. Here are five places to remember to keep clean. Watch this how-to video as the Dog Channel offers five places your dog encounters that are important to clean regularly. Remember he always travels to his toys, crate and bed. 1. La ...more

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