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Is Your Tampa Home Pageant Ready?

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Selling KB Homes in Tampa is easy when you look at the selling process like a competition in a beauty pageant. Though your home may only be competing against others the state for Miss Florida, selling a home has many of the same elements and stresses of a pageant.

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James and his FII funded UBC research team hope to jump the gap via a new and less expensive route, to a proven, yet costly, bleaching agent. There is an existing water soluble chelating phosphine compound which is extremely effective at bleaching MPB stain but carries what James calls a “ridiculous price” of around $150 a gram. (It also carries a tongue twisting name: bis[bis(hydroxymethyl) phosphino]ethane commonly abbreviated as BBHPE.) In a sort of chemical reverse engineering, James hopes to create a cost effective synthetic route to BBHPE and at a far cheaper price..

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5 Tricks to Save You from a Disorganized Garage

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It is very easy for the place that is meant to protect and secure our vehicles to become, over time, the family garbage pit. Of course, we don’t mean to turn the garages of our San Antonio KB homes into hoarding hotels. But the fact remains that in order to have a clean and organized garage, a bit of effort must be put into it. Here are 5 extremely simple tricks that are certain to help you achieve the desired order that you want from your garage.

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Declutter Your Daily Life By Eliminating 8 Items From Your Kitchen

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It’s amazing how cluttered our kitchens can become. From small appliances taking up space, to decorations and the dirty dishes that stack up, it’s easy to see how a kitchen could become overly cluttered. The team at BuildDirect.com suggests decluttering your daily life in the kitchen by ditching 8 small appliances to maximize your kitchen counter space.

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Jastrzemski’s

But these days, with Lake Ontario two feet above its typical April averages,Jastrzemski’s backyard just west of Olcott is a far different scene. The waters have submerged nearly the entire length of beach up to the bluff. High waves have washed nearly 5 feet off the bluff, destabilizing his patio.

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The Psychology Behind Cleaning Your Home

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Do you lack motivation to get things done at your home? Or is cleaning on your to-do list, but during the course of your busy daily life, gets pushed off til the next day, then the next day and eventually feels overwhelming because there is so much to do?

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Make Your Accent Wall Become The Right Focal Point

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Having an accent wall is a fantastic way to create depth and interest to your new home in Denver. The accent wall is one of the best ways to make the space yours and unique to you. But, accenting the wrong wall can be just as bad. To make sure you do it right, here are some tips to get that picture perfect wall.

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Mosquito Dates: Dodging the Undesirable

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Welcome to summer. In today’s hometown daily news the sun is out and the bugs are too. For some lucky ducks out there, this isn’t much of a concern; insects, such as mosquitos, aren’t really drawn to them. However, for those who consider themselves mosquito-licious, this is a very unfortunate time of the year. What do you do when you don’t want to be locked up in your home on a perfect summer night? Try out these tricks to give mosquito bugs the slip.

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Steps to Getting Organized When Selling Your Home

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Getting ready to put your home on the market can be a big hassle when trying to get your in tip top shape. How do you go about getting your home organized while in the midst of all the chaos? With these helpful hints it will help you sell your home and finally be able to get that new dream home in Tampa.

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A neighborhood in transition is fertile ground for experimentation

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By Michael Stabile

A neighborhood in transition is fertile ground for experimentation. The rapidly gentrifying Hayes Valley, with its constructive pastiche of freeway offramp, newly erected picket fence low income housing, lustrous view of the refurbished City Hall dome and proximity to the high culture temples of opera and symphony, has proved not only experimental in its consumerist melange of magick shoppes, upscale boutiques and trip hopping wine bars, but almost haphazard in its formation of a definitive flavor.

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