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Maid Perfect Explains How to Clean Rust Stains

first_imgFacebook38Tweet0Pin12Submitted by Drew Freemantle for Maid PerfectWater with a high iron content can cause stains in showers, sinks, fixtures and toilets to the point in which you may have to replace them. This stain can become permanent if it is not removed correctly. For example bleach can actually set this type of stain, so it is important to know what type of chemicals that you can use. Today we will share with you the best way that we have found to remove this kind of stain.There are several cleaners for the removal of iron or rust stains out there. Some of these are pretty toxic and we really don’t like working with them. We have found Bar Keepers works best for us. As always when you are using any type of chemical, you should make sure that you are in a well ventilated area. Bar Keepers is an ammonia based product so you don’t have to worry about setting the stain.Removing rust stains in the showerMaid Perfect faced a tough job when cleaning this severely rust stained shower.What will I need?Bar Keepers FriendBlue scrub padBig cup or shower with hose in it for rinsingSmall bowl to make a paste out of Bar KeepersStep 1Use one part water to two parts Bar Keepers to make a paste in a small container.Step 2Work from the top and apply the paste with the blue soft scrub pad to the affected area. Work on small patches and rinse with shower hose or large cup of water until clean.Removing stains and rings in toiletsAfter the Maid Perfect staff cleaned this shower with Bar Keepers Friend, it looks nearly brand new. What will I need?Non-bleach toilet bowl cleaner or Bar KeepersScouring stickStep 1Clean the toilet the best you can with a non-bleach toilet bowl cleaner.Step 2Use a Scouring stick to get rid of any rings inside the toilet.We at Maid Perfect hope this has helped you. If you have any questions please feel free to give us a call 360-402-6248 or visit our website. Maid Perfect is a residential and commercial cleaning company that has been serving the Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater areas for over eight years. Check out Maid Perfect on Facebook.last_img read more

Oro Butterflies move closer to finals in Pom league

first_imgButterflies defeated Paga Panthers 18-4 today in the A Grade division at the Murray Barracks oval in the final round of the competition.In the hot weather and strong winds, Butterflies didn’t let the dry conditions stop them from scoring four tries to Panthers’ one try.Butterflies were the first to score through Jeromy Benny followed by a successful conversion  which had them leading 6-0 just ten minutes into the game.Butterflies took advantage of Panthers’ weak defence to score another try through captain Moses Mosmina.An unsuccessful conversion left them at 10-0 which they maintained until half time.With pressure on in the second half, Panthers bounced back to score early in the second half, making the scoreline read 10-4 following an unsuccessful kick.Butterflies fought back to score two close tries to take them to victory 18-4 after two failed conversions.In other results, Brothers defeated Souths 12-4, Kone Storm thrashed Magani 10-0 and Panthers beat Butterflies 10-6 in the U19 division.last_img read more

‘Battle of Katipunan’ rages on with witty memes, jokes from Iskos, Ateneans and UAAP fandom

first_imgAfter 32 years, the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons once again made it to the UAAP men’s basketball finals on Wednesday, Nov. 28, through a victory over Adamson University’s Soaring Falcons, 89-87.The Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles will battle it out with the Maroons in a best-of-three series, starting Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT With the Maroons advancing to the finals to face the defending champions, and considering their campuses’ proximity, the championship fight has earned the title “Battle of Katipunan.”In anticipation of the upcoming games, friendships between Iskos and Ateneans are temporarily set aside, at least in humorous fashion. One example is a trending screenshot of a text conversation between friends supposedly from U.P. and Ateneo, with the one from Ateneo already congratulating his friend on a second place finish.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments But netizen and LGBT rights advocate Jonas Bagas may have found the one thing that Iskos and Atenistas can agree on, for what he calls a successful and peaceful “Battle of Katipunan”: offering the person of a shared alumnus up to the heavens.Nag-undergrad sa Ateneo, nag-Law sa UP. Panginoon, para sa isang matiwasay at mapayapang #BattleOfKatipunan, inaalay po ng UP at Ateneo sa Inyo si Juan Ponce Enrile. Amen. #UPFight #OBF— Jonas Bakla (@jonasbagas) November 28, 2018May both universities fly high in this historic battle. JBRELATED STORIES: Paul Desiderio’s extraordinary guts give UP a chance at UAAP titleAfter 32 years, UP makes it back to the UAAP Finals on skipper Desiderio’s heroics The Maroons were clearly hungry for another championship after being in the bottom of the ranks for so long. Fans thus freely expressed their pride and joy through witty memes, jokes and one-liners, a lot of which quickly trended right after the historic UP victory.To show his school pride, UP alumnus Martin Bondoc let Maja Salvador’s “Wildflower” character Ivy Aguas do the cheering for him. This he posted in the “Narinig Ko Sa UP (Overheard at UP)” public Facebook group.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissImage: Screengrab from Facebook/Narinig Ko Sa UP (Overheard at UP) groupMeanwhile, Alodia Ivy Tenebro on Twitter noted that the Adamson Falcons were not the only “birds” in the arena last night. She took a photo of someone’s banner, bearing an image of the UP oblation and words alluding to the statue’s nakedness: “May bird din kame!” (We have a bird too!)KALA NIYO KAYO LANG?! #UPFight ‼️ 💚🏀❤️— Alodia Ivy Tenebro 💚✊🏾❤️ (@ALi9Ten) November 28, 2018Meanwhile, Facebook user Neyzielle Ronnicque Cadiz’s group may have held the key as to why the Maroons won — by tilting the TV while watching the game, causing the Falcons to miss the hoop.ADVERTISEMENT Since they still have days away from the big event, Twitter user going by the handle toMatoooooo (@MetalBender_) asked his “drews”: “MAKIPAGMOMOL SA MGA ATENISTA BAGO TAYO MAGAWAY-AWAY SA SABADO!” (Let’s make out with the Atenistas before we all fight on Saturday!)TARA DREWS MAKIPAGMOMOL SA MGA ATENISTA BAGO TAYO MAG-AWAY-AWAY SA SABADO.— toMatoooooo (@MetalBender__) November 28, 2018 Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Luckily, they could always count on neighboring Miriam College, named as referee for the upcoming match. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Even a shopping mall in Katipunan was not spared. A Facebook page, Blue Babble Ex-Battalion, created an event titled “Agawan sa U.P. Town Center,” with 786 people already enlisted to be “Going.”Image: Screengrab from“The lines have been drawn!” so said sculptor Toym Leon Imao, who creatively took the effort to draft a map identifying nearby establishments as “demilitarized zones.” After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Image: Screengrab from Twitter/@kwentongupGrab Philippines also joined the fun, asking people who will win the crown by posting a graphic of blue and maroon cars designated at the Ateneo and U.P. campus areas.center_img MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Disappointment aside, Franz Pumaren proud of Adamson program’s turnaround Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college LATEST STORIES No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Arson at Immigration HQ

first_imgThe Gbangay Town community headquarters of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS), formerly Bureau of Immigration and Neutralization (BIN), was a scene of panic and disbelief when officers gathered at the football field nearby to see one of the seven decommissioned trucks burnt yesterday morning by unknown individuals.No arrest has been made so far, according to LIS Commissioner Cllr. Lemuel Reeves. Cllr. Reeves, along with other senior officers, visited the field where five of the seven trucks were parked.The truck was one of the vehicles the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) turned over to the Liberian government.Gbangay Town Community is located in Sinkor, outside Monrovia.It is alleged that the parking of the vehicles in the field had prevented community residents from using the field as their football practice ground, according to a community resident.The resident did not say whether or not any member of the community was behind the torching of the truck, described as arson.Commissioner Reeves said he got the information about 2am yesterday from some of his officers who was on duty.“This comes as a surprise to us, because we are in a good relationship with the community and its leadership,” Cllr. Reeves said. “We are going to work along with other security agencies to identify the perpetrator(s). We will not rest until we bring whoever is responsible to justice.”Other officers that visited the scene of the incident were heard suggesting that “the only way for us to get the perpetrator of the act is to arrest everybody in the community.” That suggestion was, however, not supported by Commissioner Reeves who did not rule out the possibility of some officers being behind the incident.“We cannot rule out the involvement of some of our officers who may have been dissatisfied with administrative decisions against them. These are issues our investigation will look at,” Cllr. Reeves emphasized.Another officer, who did not want to be named, blamed the community for the attack.“They burnt the truck because they wanted us to take them off their field. If that was the case, why they did not tell us ahead of time?” the officer said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Increased Support for Education is the Way Forward and Not the Shutting Down of…

first_imgMonrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) Superintendent, Benjamin Jacobs in recent days received disdainful and annoyed responses from the student community for his proposal to shut down schools that lack libraries and laboratory facilities. The MCSS Superintendent made the comments during a panel discussion in the rotunda of the Capitol under the theme, “Engaging Citizens on National Budget for Accountable Development.”The comments by Mr. Jacobs according to our Legislative Correspondent, Leroy M. Sonpon, III, were intended to draw attention to the likelihood of failure for most candidates sitting the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). According to the MCSS Superintendent, this is because most candidates come from schools that lack libraries and laboratory facilities to assist in adequately preparing the students for the exams.Although it is still too early to predict the outcome of the examination results, it can be safely opined that Liberian candidates for the WASSCE will perform poorly especially in the sciences. Many of these students rely on unscrupulous exam proctors (overseers) to provide answers to the questions and there have been instances where students as well as proctors have been caught red-handed with exam related materials including Answers key.Students for their part fear that should the MCSS Superintendent’s proposal gain traction with national policy and decision makers to have schools without libraries and laboratories shut down, thousands of students could find themselves out of school at no fault of their own. The proposal by Superintendent Jacobs can rightly be interpreted as an indictment of the Government of Liberia for its failure to provide such facilities in public schools around the country.In the face of such unfavorable learning conditions how then can education officials expect optimal performance from our students in the WASSCE? Private schools across the country, as compared to public schools fare much better in terms of the provision of favorable learning conditions for students. However many private schools around the country also lack adequate laboratory and library facilities, although they generate substantial sums from tuition and other fees.Although many private learning institutions receive government subsidies, they often tend to justify their high tuition requirements with the excuse that they have to pay attractive salaries to teachers. But are private school teachers receiving satisfactory salaries? Well, only the teachers can tell. In recent time, the Ministry of Education has disclosed a number of plans to make the system effective. Part of the plan include a bill seeking the establishment of an Education Crimes Court, licensing of teachers and cleaning of payroll.In addition to these, the Ministry of Education should introduce a policy making it mandatory for all schools to establish laboratory and library facilities in their respective schools. Admittedly, this is a tall order considering that the Government of Liberia has yet to reach the internationally recognized threshold of twenty percent budgetary allocation to education.We believe that our students can do well and are willing to do well, but until the appropriate learning conditions including facilities and systems are put in place to enhance learning, we should not expect our students to perform miracles. Shutting down schools because they lack library and laboratory facilities may sound appealing; however it is fraught with potentially adverse consequences simply because of the sheer number of students that may be affected by such measures.As a start, the Ministry of Education could introduce policies that forbid the granting of charters to schools that do not meet the basic requirement of a laboratory and a library adequately stocked with books and even desks or benches. Most public schools around the country lack not only libraries and laboratories but they also lack instructional materials including text books.Added to this is the chronic shortage of wooden desks and benches. Yet large quantities of tropical hardwoods are being exported from the country on a daily basis. What can explain this dismal practice or what can account for this anomaly other than official neglect. If the Ministry of Education is serious it should begin to look more closely at these issues.It can help create jobs by buying school furniture from local producers. But rather than wait for the Ministry of Education, county authorities should also take the initiative to produce wooden furniture for their schools and such could come from the county development funds. Sadly, it shall more likely than not come to pass that public schools especially those in timber endowed areas shall continue to suffer from the crippling lack of basic wooden desks and benches to enhance learning.Local production of wooden desks. chairs and benches for schools  should be the way to go and it is a good approach to Pro Poor empowerment of the masses to whom President Weah has the responsibility to lift out of poverty.And lest we forget EDUCATION for all remains by far the most effective means through which a nation can rise out of the depths of poverty. Above all, MCSS Superintendent Jacobs should be reminded that shutting down schools does not cut ice, rather it is INCREASED SUPPORT TO EDUCATION.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Security, health risks at Guyana’s borders worrisome – Minister

first_imgGuyana has been faced with a number of challenges as a result of the recent influx of Venezuelans crossing the countries’ borders. This is according to Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan who on Tuesday said he was particularly concerned about the health and security risks associated with these persons entering the country.Ramjattan made the disclosure at an event hosted at the Ramada Princess Hotel, East Bank Demerara.“At our borders with Venezuela, which is an extremely long border, we are having our challenges there in relation to matters of health and security issues and in every way this could have been avoided in a sense if we had gotten the correct things happening in Venezuela as it is,” he stated.He added that despite these challenges, Guyana is still obligated to ensure the heath needs of those persons are met.The Minister added that even if it means stretching the health resources to provide services for those underprivileged persons, Guyana would have to ensure it exhausts efforts in keeping with humanitarian agreements it signed on to among others.This was especially important to prevent illnesses from entering Guyana, he added.Over the past year there has been a rapid increase in the number of Venezuelans fleeing their homeland as a result of the economic crisis there.Only two weeks ago the number of legal Venezuelan migrants in Guyana stood at 5123 with most of them being housed in Region One (Barima-Waini).Last week, Government had announced that members of the Community Policing Groups will be increasing their presence at bordering villages in an attempt to ramp up security in those far-flung locations.Meanwhile, Chief Medical Officer, Dr Shamdeo Persaud has said the inflow of Venezuelan migrants into Guyana has resulted in amplified initiatives by the Public Health Ministry to expand its vaccine programme, to reduce the possibility of a disease epidemic.Recently, Indigenous leaders from hinterland communities called for increased security in border communities, since the arrival of the Venezuelans has been affecting their villages. The issues surround cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and surges in criminal activities.Arau Village representative, Devroy Thomas had related while the village leaders understand the need to lend support, the issue has become very complicated, since these migrants are bringing with them bad practices which could corrupt the villages.Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge had stated that the possibility of these persons being diagnosed with diseases posed a danger to the general public.last_img read more

All in the mind: Pogba’s World Cup warning to France team-mates

first_img0Shares0000Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba has issued a World Cup warning to his France team-mates © AFP / Oli SCARFFLondon, United Kingdom, May 18 – French midfielder Paul Pogba says he and his France team-mates must approach the World Cup finals in June with the right mindset as that counts more than technical ability.The 25-year-old Manchester United star — capped 51 times and a pivotal member of the side that reached the Euro 2016 final only to lose to Portugal in extra-time — told the BBC that France had the technical ability to do well in Russia. “I’m confident with the French squad, with the players that we have,” said Pogba.“I’m sure we can do something in this World Cup but I don’t want to be over-confident.“We have a nice team but the World Cup is in your head too, it’s not just technique.“It’s team spirit, it’s more mental than technique. We have to be careful with this.”The French — World Cup winners in 1998 and finalists in 2006 — are in Group C with Denmark, Australia and Peru and kick off their campaign in Kazan against the Australians on June 16.Away from the World Cup, and despite speculation over his future at Manchester United, Pogba is determined to lift the Champions League with them in what is his second spell there.Pogba has since his move from Italian giants Juventus in 2016 — United paid a club-record fee of £89 million ($119 million) — won Europa and League Cup medals and on Saturday could add an FA Cup one if they beat Chelsea. “It would be nice to win the Champions League and the Premier League. Very nice,” said Pogba.“For a team, you want to win titles, you play to win. You can play the best football and it’s true, we want to play and enjoy football but if you don’t win a title — it’s good for the eyes, it’s good for the eyes — but you don’t win anything.”Pogba, who won three Serie A titles with Juventus, is a risk taker as reflected by what he most wants to do outside football. “I would love to go in the sea and see the water world,” said Pogba.“To swim with the sharks, the dolphins and see what’s under the water.“It’s very scary but I’d love to do it. If I don’t come back, you know why!”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Inter Milan will only loan player to Wolves if they are forced to buy him

first_img LATEST TRANSFER NEWS Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Mario featured at the World Cup for Portugal Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father But, according to Tuttosport, Inter are unwilling to sanction a sale under those terms.The Italian club are happy for Mario to leave on loan initially, but they want an obligation-to-buy clause included in the deal.At present, Wolves just want to have the option to sign the midfielder permanently in a year – rather than being forced to. The Hammers considered signing the Portugal international, but ended up pursuing other targets instead.Wolves have now moved into pole position for Mario and have already put forward a proposal.The newly-promoted Premier League club have offered to take the 25-year-old on loan for the season.Wolves have also added a clause to that deal which would allow them to sign Mario permanently next summer for £26.5m if they wish. targets LATEST REVEALED IN DEMAND center_img 2 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Mario spent some time at West Ham last season Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Inter Milan are refusing to let Joao Mario join Wolves on loan unless the deal contains an obligation-to-buy clause.The midfielder has been told he can leave the San Siro this summer after spending the second half of last season at West Ham. 2 LIVING THE DREAM Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland RANKED moving on Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ last_img read more


first_imgMANY retailers in Donegal are having their best retail results in years as the double win of shoppers staying at home and more visitors from the North is putting more cash in the tills.In Letterkenny, the mass return to the car parks of Northern-registered cars isn’t making headlines on the RTE News the way the mass exodus from here to the North did two years ago.But chief executive of Letterkenny Chamber Toni Forrester says it should. “Sterling take is definitely increasing particularly over the last few weeks.As the holidays started obviously there are more visitors but they are nowstarting to spend,” she said.“While many use cards to shop one retailer reported just today that sterling cash take was up 30% in July compared to 2011 and up 70% against 2010.“Others are reporting that they are seeing shoppers coming in coaches from across Donegal and, for the first time in a number of years, from Northern Ireland.  People seem to be re-discovering Letterkenny and getting excellent value.”The majority of independent retailers are offering exchange rates of£1=€1.25 and some are giving even more and they are seeing a marked increasein sterling shoppers, she said. The retail leader said: “The other aspect that is important to Letterkenny is that local people are seeing excellent value as well.“We had said from early summer that sterling shoppers coming back would be a bonus but that the real result for retailers here is that people stay in Donegal to shop and get back into the habit of staying local. With Letterkenny being Donegal’s Shopping Centre we would hope to feel the benefit.“The timing couldn’t have been better as this year the Town Council arefunding a marketing campaign in partnership with Letterkenny Chamber and itsShopLK initiative.  So we have seen a billboard campaign, UTV ad, radiocampaigns and lots of other activities to keep reminding people of thechoice and value available in Letterkenny.” DONEGAL RETAILERS HAVING BEST RESULTS ‘IN YEARS’ was last modified: August 8th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgEURO 2016: The Republic of Ireland have been dealt a massive blow – following the confirmation Seamus Coleman will miss tomorrow’s clash with Germany at the Aviva Stadium.Coleman has missed Everton’s last two games and was always a major doubt for the clash with the World Cup winners.However, if it was officially confirmed earlier this morning by the Ireland medical staff that Coleman will be unavailable. It is hoped he may be fit to face Poland in Ireland’s final EURO qualifier on Sunday.It’s a big blow to Martin O’Neill’s preparations for the clash with the formidable Germans who on their last visit to the Aviva defeated Ireland 6-1.EURO 2016: COLEMAN RULED OUT FOR CLASH WITH WORLD CHAMPIONS GERMANY was last modified: October 7th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Home-page Sportnewslast_img read more