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Rinse the sponge mop head well under warm water when you are finished mopping. Mop the clean sponge over the floor to rinse the cleaner residue from the floor, if necessary (some products don’t need to be rinsed off).

You can also use sponge mops dry to remove dust or cobwebs from walls, ceilings and other hard-to-reach areas. Hang the mop on a hook to drip dry in a well-ventilated area when you are finished. This helps prevent a musty odor from developing on the mop. You can usually reuse the mop head several times and change it when it is either too soiled to clean well or has started tearing. Vinegar and water make an easy cleaner for tile floors, both vinyl and porcelain tiles. Use one cup of white distilled vinegar to one gallon of water–your floors will sparkle. If floors are greasy, add liquid dish washing detergent to plain warm water (one tbsp. of detergent per gallon of water) for a grease-cutting floor cleaner.

Scotch broom: Pods typically mature June-July. Pods dark brown to black at maturity, flattened, ~ 2-5 cm long, ~ 1 cm wide, glabrous with margins (sutures) densely lined with long silky golden to silvery hairs, contain an average of 5-9 seeds. Seeds ovoid, compressed, ~ 2 mm long, shiny, greenish-brown to black, with an appendage that is attractive to certain species of ants.

Infusion of Broom (Infusum Scoparii) is made by infusing the dried tops with boiling water for fifteen minutes and then straining. It was introduced in the British Pharmacopoeia of 1898, in place of the decoction of Broom of the preceding issues.

It’s hard to believe something so small could be so strong, but our Utility Hook stays securely in place even while holding a hefty mug. The curve of the hook prevents cups from sliding off. And, since you mount each self-adhesive Utility Hook separately, you can space them exactly where you like.

POSTSENESCENCE CHARACTERISTICS: Plants tolerate frost, but typically die-back after severe cold winter conditions. Some branch death can occur during seasonal drought. Natural decline and senescence occurs over a period of years. Symptoms of decline in Scotch broom include an increase in the ratio of woody to green plant material, a thinning of stems, and a decrease in pod production. Eventually old plants die and topple over, opening the canopy for seedling establishment.

To frame the roof, install the rafters (Photo 5). Cut two mid-beams at 93 in. Mark the rafters at the one-third and two-third distances between the walls. Place the mid beams at the marks and attach them with 16d nails or 3-in. screws.

Spanish broom: Pods brown at maturity, +/- compressed, mostly 4-11 cm long, ~ 0.5 cm wide, densely covered with flattened long silky silvery hairs, contain ~ 10-18 seeds. Seeds ovoid to rectangular, compressed, smooth, reddish-brown, ~ 4 mm long.

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The simple bike hook works great, actually, if for no other reason than the small wall section where I installed it.  It’s such a short section of wall next to the kitchen that the handlebars hang around the right corner into the kitchen (up high out of the way), so they only stick out from the wall half as far as normally would an all flat section of wall.  The only issue was the rear wheel wanted to hang down off the left side sticking out beyond the corner.  So I did an easy fix by hooking the seat around the right corner, and moving a bookshelf (that I also needed space for) underneath to ensure the bike doesn’t dislodge and slide laterally past the left corner.

Both sturdy and economical, the Quickie Sponge Mop is an easy choice for the budget-savvy consumer. This super absorbent sponge is made with a premium combination of cellulose/Cellulene to absorb water and soap, leaving your floor clean and quick to dry. The wide absorbent poly sponge comes with a plastic back drainer to squeeze excess liquid from the sponge. This mop is great for those quick clean-up jobs.

—Cultivation—Broom is most easily raised from seed, sown broadcast in the open air, as soon as ripe. Seedlings may be transplanted in autumn or spring to their permanent position. Prune directly after flowering, if the shoots have not been gathered for medicinal use, shortening the old shoots to the base of promising young ones.

‘Genesta hath that name of bytterness for it is full of bytter to mannes taste. And is a shrub that growyth in a place that is forsaken, stony and untylthed. Presence thereof is witnesse that the ground is bareyne and drye that it groweth in. And hath many braunches knotty and hard. Grene in winter and yelowe floures in somer thyche (the which) wrapped with hevy (heavy) smell and bitter sauer (savour). And ben, netheles, moost of vertue.’