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How To Dye A Pair of Faded Jeans

How To Dye A Pair of Faded Jeans   When you finally reach the point that you can’t wear your favorite pair of jeans anymore. Your girlfriend says they’re embarrassing. It feels like the end of an era – these jeans have been with you on all of your best moments during their lifespan, since you wore …

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How To Make A Passive Solar Heater

How To Make A Passive Solar Heater This is a very simple project using a couple pieces of Styrofoam and some normal kitchen aluminum foil. And a can of black spray paint. The idea was also not to block out the window fully, so the heater was made a bit smaller than the window. This …

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How To Build A Geo Dome Greenhouse

How To Build A Geo Dome Greenhouse Any garden without a greenhouse is incomplete – in fact, the real charm of a big garden lies in a simple and small greenhouse. You really do not need an expensive one, neither a really good budget to feed your desire.Rather, DIY greenhouse project is the perfect thing …

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How To Tie the Ultimate, All-Purpose Knot

 How To Tie the Ultimate, All-Purpose Knot The knot creates a loop of rope that can be used to secure a tent, make a snare, or for any of a thousand other purposes. Hold the line in one hand and the end in another. Loop the end over the line to create a loop and …

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How To Build Teardrop Trailer With Built In Kitchen

How To Build Teardrop Trailer With Built In Kitchen  Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. To buy a ready made teardrop camper you are looking between 4 – 10k and that is obviously …

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How To Make Energy-Saving Thermal Curtains

How To Make Energy-Saving Thermal Curtains Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Windows are very frequently a source of lost heat in your home. Older homes may suffer from only having single-paned …

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