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ECSONG: Recipes in a Nutshell
... Wash the nuts in running water until no more black pigment stains the water. Let the nuts dry, then bag them in burlap. ... onions, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 3 Tbs olive oil ˝ cup reserve broth 1 sprig coriander leaves, chopped fine ľ cup ... into squares. Nut Vinaigrette 4 Tbsp. toasted black walnuts ˝ cup olive oil 2 Tbsp. white wine vinegar 1 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice ˝ tsp. ...
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How to Clean a Granite Countertop - eHow.com
... utensil and rinse. If the stain is oil-based (e.g. grease, oil, milk), use hydrogen peroxide in the paste instead ... or marker stains from darker stone. On light-colored granite, use hydrogen peroxide to these stains. This also works for wine stains. STEP 8: Mix molding plaster and pure bleach into a paste and spread over a wine, ink or other non-oil ...
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Restoring antiques in Colorado
... -glue the chair, and then apply a stain or Danish oil. "The Danish oil soaks into the wood. It is considered a complete finish, ... , it was applied to informal furniture. But it does show water stains and doesn’t protect the wood as completely as a final ... marred surface. Since Victorian carpenters used a mixture of linseed oil, resins and mineral oil, the resins from tree sap never completely dried. ...
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hibiscus.org
... of medicinal uses. It is a host to a red insect, which stains cotton and so has been eradicated in many areas where cotton ... bark is used for washing skin diseases. Ground bark mixed with coconut oil is also applied to skin diseases... leaves are applied to inflamed and ... bark was used for cordage fiber. The tree also yields tannin, dye, oil, medicine and gum, from various parts of the plant. The wood ...
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Publication: Selection and Use of Disinfectants
... Limited activity when in the presence of organic matter 3) Poor residual activity, corrosive, stains fabric and equipment 4) Fair effectiveness as sporicidal agents, but better than chlorine 5) ... areas which organic material cannot be completely removed. Phenolic disinfectants (including cresols and pine oil) are generally safe, but prolonged exposure to the skin may cause irritation. Phenolic ...
www.ianrpubs.unl.edu

Sunflowers
... the past 50 years, Russians have bred sunflowers for high oil content and improved disease resistance. In 1966, an open ... began the first sustained U.S. commercial production of the oil seed type of sunflower. Hybrid sunflowers now dominate commercial ... "pollenless" varieties bred for their use as cutflowers. Sunflower pollen stains just about anything the pollen contacts thus limiting their use ...
www.ipm.iastate.edu

Arts and Crafts at Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival
... their form, then finishes each piece with glazes, washes and stains, creating subtly beautiful clocks, picture frames and other functional art. ... piece reflect a brilliant dance of color, light and dimension. Oil painting by Jake Brown Handpainted dyes on silk by ... Jake Brown portrays peaceful, natural scenes in his richly saturated oil paintings. He uses a variety of techniques – sometimes applying ...
www.miramarevents.com

Millbrae Art & Wine Festival - Arts & Crafts
... and leather clothing and wearables; household furniture and accessories; fine art sculpture, photography, watercolor and oil paintings; and children’s toys. Stroll, browse, and meet the artists who do the ... a toddler’s rough play, sanded smooth, and finished with completely non-toxic water-based stains in a rainbow of colors. Handcrafted table by Jeffrey Nelson Embroidery picture by Michael Ho ...
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Pinus strobus L
... to light brown when ripe. Cones that float in linseed oil are considered ripe. Cones should be collected from trees having ... in stack gases resulting from large scale burning of coal and oil refining; fluorine gas from brick kilns; atmospheric ozone; and sea- ... (38). White pine wood has medium strength, is easily worked, and stains and finishes well. It is used for furniture, patterns, matches, and ...
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Taxodium distichum (L
... appeared as narrow bands of small, thick-walled cells, and the stains that cause false latewood tended to disappear. The larger trees ... his age counts, but stating that he could distinguish the stains of false latewood from true latewood bands, concluded that trees ... is well known for its ability to resist decay. Cypressene, an oil extracted from the wood, is believed to give baldcypress high decay ...
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