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Ammonia Household Cleaning

ammonia household cleaning
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  • (Household cleaner) A detergent is a material used for cleaning. The term is sometimes used to differentiate between soap and other surfactants used for cleaning.
  • ammonia water: a water solution of ammonia
  • a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3)
  • Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH3. It is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent odour. Ammonia contributes significantly to the nutritional needs of terrestrial organisms by serving as a precursor to food and fertilizers.
  • A solution of this gas, used as a cleaning fluid
  • A colorless gas with a characteristic pungent smell. It dissolves in water to give a strongly alkaline solution
ammonia household cleaning - Holy Cow
Holy Cow HC 1246R 32-Ounce Concentrated Heavy Duty Cleaner
Holy Cow HC 1246R 32-Ounce Concentrated Heavy Duty Cleaner
Heavy-duty formulation works on grease, oil and baked on foods but contains no harmful solvents. The formula penetrates the soils so you can wipe the surface clean. Leaves no residue, no rinsing required. Use at full strength for the really tough jobs, or dilute it for everyday cleaning. Recommend to customers sensitive to harsh cleaners, cleansers or detergents.uses:use full strength on ovens/oven racks, sinks, bathtubs, toilets, showers, driveways, tires, wheels, bbq's and laundry. Every day cleaning: dilute (1) part holy cow to (3) parts water. Use on kitchen surfaces, sealed stone, floors, stainless steel appliances, carpet, metal, chrome, plastic and painted surfaces.

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Meet nicotine – Not a nice guy to know! 2 June, 2008 -I am addictive. It’s me that draws you back for a drag or a plug of tobacco yet I can kill with a drop of my purest form. How effective is the tobacco ban? The four-year old nationwide ban on the sale of tobacco and tobacco products has resulted in a thriving black market. At the same time, there is still no legislation to back up implementing the ban more effectively. Health and trade officials, however, insist that the ban has been effective, at least to some extent, because unlike alcohol, tobacco does not enjoy wide social acceptance by Bhutanese society. “We don’t have tobacco growers and we don’t have companies producing tobacco. So, the only country feasible for the ban to work is Bhutan,” said public health director Dr Ugyen Dophu. But the absence of tobacco legislation is seen as a major obstacle in effectively implementing the ban. “Shops and check-posts can be checked, but people now sell it from their homes,” said Dr Ugyen Dophu. “Without legislation, we can’t check people’s homes.” The tobacco steering committee has drafted the tobacco bill, which they plan to put up in the coming session of the national assembly. One strategy in pipeline is to reduce the demand for tobacco products. “The health ministry is not doing enough to reduce the demand and we aren’t educating the people enough. We have to be proactive,” said the joint director of internal trade division, Dophu Tshering. The internal trade division has cancelled 34 business licenses since 2004 for selling tobacco products and fined them Nu 10,000 each. Tobacco products worth Nu 125,000 have been seized since the ban. “We respect the smoker’s right but people should support the ban and take care of their health too,” said Dophu Tshering My name is Nicotine. I am a substance found in tobacco leaves. In fact, my name is derived from a plant called Nicotiana tabacum and, by weight I make up about 5 percent of a tobacco plant. You’d like to know what I look like? I’m a colourless liquid which turns brown when burned and acquires the odour of tobacco when exposed to air. Besides tar and carbon monoxide, I am one of the three deadly components of tobacco. When you smoke or chew tobacco, I reach the brain in just six seconds and immediately give you a "kick" through a adrenalin rush. This glandular emission stimulates the body and causes a sudden release of glucose as well as an increase in blood pressure, respiration, and heart rate. I act as a stimulant to the brain in small doses. In large doses, I am a depressant, inhibiting the flow of signals between nerve cells. And, in even larger doses, I’m a lethal poison, affecting the heart, blood vessels, and hormones. Each cigarette contains about 10 milligrams of yours truly and, every time you smoke a cigarette, about one to two milligrams of myself gets absorbed by your lungs. When you cease to use me, you become irritated, anxious and depressed. I am capable of affecting your nervous system besides giving you a kick. See what public health director Dr Ugyen Dophu has to say: “Nicotine damages the lining of blood vessels inside the cells and this causes the fat circulating in our body to get attached very easily on that raw surface. This process makes the blood vessels hard, brittle and likely to rupture.” “And when your blood vessels become narrow, it can result in heart attacks, strokes and gangrene (death or decay of soft tissues) of toes,” adds Dr Ugyen Dophu. Besides tobacco, cigarette manufacturers combine other toxic ingredients like ammonia, a household cleaner, arsenic, which is used in rat poisons, cadmium, that’s found in batteries and the deadly poison, cyanide. Altogether, cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 chemicals, including 43 known cancer-causing (carcinogenic) compounds and 400 other toxins. This brew of poisons invades the organs and tissues of everyone. Smokers, nonsmokers, adults, children, born as well as unborn, and causes cancer, chronic lung damage, heart disease, and impotence. You ought to know that these very ingredients were added with the intention to keep you addicted. As a tobacco industry saying goes, "An addicted customer is a customer for life, no matter how short that life is." But you can have the last laugh: quit now and increase your lifespan by ten years. You know what smoking can do to you. Regardless of the countless chemicals in your cigarettes, quitting is always your option. Don’t take me on because I’ll make you my dependent and ultimately turn you into an addict. Beware! I am Nicotine.
creatively styling pixie - preparation & planning
creatively styling pixie - preparation & planning
coat prep: clean, 100% dry & combed out to set the coat up. techniques demonstrated - spiral trim, hair embellishments. also discussed - dyeing & stencilling. julie harris on challenging negative attitudes to creative styling - exhibition dogs are generally better socialised, handled, exercised & fed than the average household pet. dogs enjoy the handling & attention. julie harris on the positive impact a creative styled dog can have - with the increase in status dogs & reports of dogs associated with aggression & anti social behaviour young children are routinely told by parents & carers not to approach or touch dogs in the street. children are more likely to respond positively to a creatively styled dog. it looks appealing & less threatening. she encourages children to approach & handle her dogs, then talk to them about dogs. "if my dog can help one child overcome his or her fear of dogs, its an achievement." children are groomers' clients of the future. marketing creative styling - special occasions such as weddings & milestone events (idea: partner with or promote through events organisers) charging for creative styling - on a labour, time & materials basis. julie advises that more complex work involving for example extensive multi-colour, all over body dyeing ideally requires 2-3 people & several hours. less extensive colouring such as spot dyeing, stencilling require are less labour intensive & can take as little as 10-15 minutes. dyes & dyeing - ammonia free dyes. always do a patch test. give owner a small quantity of prepared dye to apply ~3 days before proposed creative styling session. apply with cotton wool to an unexposed area of skin such as dog's groin or tummy to test for allergic reaction. only ever use dyes according to manufacturer's instructions. * dilute dye with water (not conditioner, which closes the hair cuticles). * dyes generally develop a few shades lighter/more muted than manufacturer's specification. for stronger colour, leave dye to develop for longer. * to separate colours & prevent them running or mixing on the coat - use conditioner. foil can also be used to separate dyed from undyed or differently coloured areas. * applying dyes to the coat - for smaller dogs/areas of coat use a tinting brush. for larger dogs/areas of coat use dye bottled & distribute through the coat with a pin brush or comb. spray onto coat using eg. badger air brush kit (didn't work during demonstration). selecting a dog for dyeing - think of the coat as a canvas. * generally the lighter the coat, the more suitable it is. * longer coats can dye unevenly (tie dye effect) eg. lhasas & drop coats * don't dye a dog with sensitive skin. * take temperament into consideration - patient dogs that enjoy attention & handling. bichon & poos generally suitable & have great coats. shihs may not be best suited. (julie's opinion.) other creative styling options: * stencilling with blopens or food colouring (not colourfast & temporary): use sparingly & blot or dab dry to prevent colour from 'bleeding' out of stencilled area. seal with a light spray of lacquer. * gems applied to a shaved area with body glue, eg. eyelash glue. julie's favourite supplier = claire's accessories. * coloured hair extensions in ears or tail * hair decorations/embellishments clipped into ears * coloured & metallic hair tinsel (already available in usa, can be sourced from far east on e-bay at date of writing) knotted into tail * painted nails

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