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    FABRIC softener may be one of your laundry essentials, but it can get expensive using it with every load. TikTok's savvy mom Jacquelin Castillo told viewers the real thing isn't worth it compared to her $2 alternative. 3Jacquelin Castillo says to stop using fabric softener and use her $2 alternativeCredit: TikTok 3Fabric softener can get expensive and vinegar can do the trickCredit: Getty Jacquelin is the all-knowing mom-of-two behind the account Momlikeaboss_. From school hacks to snack ideas, she shares it all. Jacquelin posted a recent video in which she suggests a better and cheaper option to replace fabric softener. The best part is this substitute is only $2. READ MORE ON LAUNDRY HACKSTISSUE TIP I’m a laundry pro - my toilet paper hack is great for getting white shoes cleanDRY ADVICE I'm a laundry pro – there’s a reason your clothes stink, here's how to fix them "You actually don't need fabric softener. I've used white distilled vinegar for years," she says. The Good & Gather White Distilled Vinegar is sold at...
    As SCOTUS-watchers scrambled to stay abreast of a rush of rulings affecting climate, immigration, Indigenous rights, and other policy areas, the nation's highest court on Thursday said it would hear oral arguments this October in a case involving a controversial legal theory that one advocacy group says is "threatening the future of voting rights." The case, Moore v. Harper, involves North Carolina's congressional map, which was drawn by the Republican-controlled state Legislature and which the state Supreme Court struck down as racially discriminatory. In March, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected requests by Republican officials in North Carolina and Pennsylvania to restore GOP-rigged maps in a 6-3 ruling in favor of replacement maps. The North Carolina replacement map was drawn by a nonpartisan panel of experts and gives Democrats and Republicans six likely "safe" seats while two will be more competitive. "Today's news from the U.S. Supreme Court makes one thing clear: This fall, the future of multiracial democracy is at stake, Allison Riggs, co-executive director and chief counsel for voting rights at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, said in...
    QUALITY swimwear should do a few things: fit your body correctly, have well-sewn seams, and make you look stellar at the pool or beach. But one shopper said her Kylie Swim haul doesn't do any of that or even fully cover her body, leaving her too scared to wear the bikinis outside her home. 5Mariale Marrero posted a review of three Kylie Swim suits to her TikTokCredit: TikTok Influencer Mariale Marrero took to TikTok to warn her 4.6million followers about her negative experience with the brand. "I bought Kylie Swim so you don't have to," the YouTuber said in the clip. 5Holding the fabric up to the camera demonstrated just how sheer it wasCredit: TikTok Marrero said the first thing that caught her eye was the quality, "or lack of quality," of the three swimsuits she ordered. "These were quite literally see-through," Marrero said. "You could see everything." READ MORE KARDASHIANS'Ew, kylie' I spent $1K on used Kardashian clothes –Kylie's coat came with a gross additionONE CON I tried Kim Kardashian’s Skims on my 28F boobs –it was tiny...
    A house-proud mum has revealed how she keeps her bedspread crinkle-free without having use an ironing board. Cleaning influencer Carolina McCauley showed off her incredible 'wrinkle release' spray online recently in a handy video which quickly went viral. The busy Perth-based mum simply mixed water, rubbing alcohol and fabric softener in a bottle before spraying it over her linen bedspread. Scroll down for video  A house-proud mum has revealed how she keeps her bedspread crinkle-free without having to wrestle with it over an ironing board Cleaning influencer Carolina McCauley showed off her incredible 'wrinkle release' spray online recently in a handy video which quickly went viral She the smoothed out the doona cover with her hands and left it to dry. When she returned the cover was virtually wrinkle free. The mum's video has been seen by over 350k people with thousands leaving comments and liking the posts. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why young bikini designer won't stop dancing in her... How to make a deliciously fluffy no-knead POTATO focaccia at... The...
    The growth that Material Engineering has made in recent years is astounding. And very welcome. Precisely if these improvements make a difference, or if everything is running in its course, it may be in some projects The most important draft In humanity. One of them is nuclear fusion. Honestly, IFMIF-DONES PROJECT Continues with the rest Tuning the material Should be used inside the vacuum chamber in which it is necessary to maintain the fusion reaction of deuterium and tritium nuclei. This material must be able to withstand the impact of the high energy neutrons generated by the fusion. And it is not easy to prepare. In an article published in Nature, these researchers explain that their tissues become as hard and resistant as metal at will. Anyway, the novelty in the material engineering we propose to investigate in this article is different, but it has tremendous potential. A team of researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have developed a fabric. Awesome properties. Like...
    A growing number of Mormon women are pleading with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to redesign the official sacred underwear that all practicing Mormons wear under their clothes, arguing that the garments are itchy, uncomfortable, and detrimental to vaginal health. Since the 1840s, male and female Mormons alike have worn special sacred temple garments, a set of boxer brief-style shorts and a matching T-shirt that are kept on under the clothes day and night — while working, exercising, and even sleeping. But while the undergarments have undergone a few design changes over the years, some Mormon women say that they haven't changed enough to accommodate evolving lifestyles and the health needs of female anatomy. Speaking to the New York Times this week, Mormon women point to itchy synthetic fabric, uncomfortably pinching waistbands, and fabric that doesn't breathe — which can lead to yeast infections — as problems that need to be rectified, but admit that some are too embarrassed to discuss the issue with male leaders. 'People are scared to be brutally honest, to say: "This isn’t working for me....
    Experiment carried out by Chinese researchers. The fabric accelerates the natural process that makes the bodies release the solar radiation they have absorbed They claim that the new fabric only increases the production costs of clothing by 10% Normally one wears clothes to warm up, but it might also be possible to do so to lose heat. Chinese researchers have applied to clothing a concept already used for the construction of insulating materials and building roofs. They have developed a fabric with which conventional clothing can be made and that helps to release heat from the skin until it body temperature drops by about 5 degrees Celsius. A good idea for the hottest weeks of summer, especially when global warming generates crippling heat waves more often. To the cooling and thermal insulation systems of buildings, we can add our own clothing that covers us during warm days and tropical nights. We already know that light colors reflect more sunlight than dark colors and allow less heat to be absorbed. But color only helps to bounce visible...
    From Michael Phelps to Rebecca Adlington, the world's top swimmers are known for their streamlined movements through the water. But elite swimmers could soon go even faster, thanks to Speedo's latest innovation. Speedo has unveiled the Fastskin 4.0 – a concept it's describing as the 'most intelligent swimsuit of all time.' The swimsuit has a number of futuristic innovations, including energy-harvesting fabric and a built-in AI Coach, which Speedo claims could allow swimmers to go up to four per cent faster by 2040. Such improvements could see the men's 50 metre freestyle record finally break the 20-second barrier, and see the women's 100 metre breaststroke time finally fall below 60 seconds. Scroll down for video  Speedo has unveiled the Fastskin 4.0 – a concept it's describing as the 'most intelligent swimsuit of all time' How do you get the Fastskin 4.0 on? While the idea of yanking on a wetsuit would put many people off, Speedo has included an Adaptive Smart Lock Seal in the Fastskin 4.0. 'Adaptive Smart Lock Seal helps make the suit easy to slip on and...
    This Thursday, The anthill closed his week with a rather surprising guest: José María Martínez-Bordiú, better known as Pocholo, Franco’s relative who hoarded hours and hours of television decades ago but he had not appeared on television for a long time. The image of the Baron of Gotor was always related to the controversy, reality and the parties, but he went to the Pablo Motos program counting how different his life was now at 58 years old. In fact, he declared that throwing parties in the pandemic seemed to him “a lack of respect and responsibility.” “I’ve cut the alcohol and do different things. I have alternatives instead of expectations, which is the important thing in life, “he commented to the presenter, making it clear that he had left behind a past in which he had been partying for up to six days in a row. However, as a good party animal that he was, Pablo Motos wanted to ask him if I knew of any method against hangover, and Pocholo delightedly shared what he used without expecting that...
    The fund of 11,000 million that the Government is finalizing for SMEs and the self-employed has entered this Wednesday on the agenda of the weekly scuffle between the president, Pedro Sánchez, and the leader of the PP, Pablo Casado. The former has assured that this new financial instrument will serve to “hold the productive sector” while the popular has reproached him for the fact that the coalition does not agree or agree on how this money will be distributed. “They do not even agree to approve 11,000 million”, Casado has snapped to Sánchez on a fund that in principle the Council of Ministers was going to have approved this Tuesday, but that is finally expected to see the light next Friday, in an extraordinary Council of Ministers. Sánchez has ignored the reasons why the fund has not yet been approved and has limited himself to ensuring that it will have the green light next Friday. Like ERTEs, ICO credits and other economic measures, the president has defended that it will serve to contain the economic crisis as a...
    One can never have enough masks in my eyes, especially if you are the kind of person who always loses one, or has to constantly turn the car around (don’t judge me!) to make sure you have one in the first place. Sigh. So, of course, once the Livinguard Safety Mask stumbled into my life, I was eager to add it to my already growing mask stash. Besides, unlike the many cotton masks I already own, these masks contain a positively-charged fabric which eliminates 99.9%of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Although this sounds super promising: it’s important to acknowledge the budding research on the topic. To be more specific, a recent study conducted by the Department of Environmental Science at the University of Arizona (which tested three mask fabrics against Human Coronavirus 229E) did find Livinguard's mask fabric effective in reducing levels of the test virus by 98.4 percent. However, since Livinguard sponsored the study, more search is needed on the topic, meaning you probably shouldn’t buy this mask for this feature alone. Livinguard Safety Mask Buy at Amazon$30Free...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Teca Fleece keeps me warm on windy, high-altitude hikes. Suzie Dundas/Business Insider Cotopaxi's Teca fleece jacket is made with material other companies left on the factory floor, so every color combination is a limited edition. Its line of outdoor apparel made with Teca materials is warm, comfortable, flattering, and under $100.  All the Teca gear is made from recycled materials and produced in a factory that offers fair living wages and benefits like an organic garden and rideshares to and from work. If you see a color combination you like, you'll want to buy it right away – when they sell out, they're gone forever. Every once in a while, a brand introduces a piece of gear so useful and well-designed that it almost reaches icon status. When I was in college, it was the Denali Fleece Jacket from the North Face, which seemed like the must-have item for brisk autumn mornings. And now, it seems like everyone in...
    An impressive array of more than 500 prominent world leaders, academics, and Nobel Laureates have written “A Call to Defend Democracy” in the face of a worldwide rise in government authoritarianism during the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. The June 25 text declares that beyond health concerns the COVID-19 pandemic is “a political crisis that threatens the future of liberal democracy.” “The COVID-19 crisis is an alarming wake-up call, an urgent warning that the freedoms we cherish are at risk and that we must not take them for granted,” the document asserts. “Authoritarian regimes, not surprisingly, are using the crisis to silence critics and tighten their political grip,” the authors note. “But even some democratically elected governments are fighting the pandemic by amassing emergency powers that restrict human rights and enhance state surveillance without regard to legal constraints, parliamentary oversight, or timeframes for the restoration of constitutional order.” “Parliaments are being sidelined, journalists are being arrested and harassed, minorities are being scapegoated, and the most vulnerable sectors of the population face alarming new dangers as the economic lockdowns ravage the very fabric...
    Bri Teresi dropped another sultry new snapshot for fans yesterday on her popular Instagram page. The NSFW photo has already made waves and it can be viewed here. The photo captured the model posed inside of a living room. A geotag in the update indicated that she was in Los Angeles, California, where she was presumably in her own home. Behind her was a gray sectional couch that was decorated with fur and geometric pillows. The space also boasted a fuzzy white chair and taupe-colored walls. A colorful painting was hung directly above the piece of furniture, and the opposite wall had a large glass window. Bri posed in the center of the frame and looked into the camera with a half-smile and alluring stare. The model faced her front side toward the camera and bent both arms at the elbows while she gathered the fabric from her top in her hands. Bri left little to the imagination in a light yellow cardigan that had a cropped cut. The sides were connected by string ties that fell between her cleavage....
    AS much as we'd love to keep our childhood toys forever, there comes a point when they look so grotty and old that you almost feel guilty for hanging onto them. Or maybe that's just us..? Either way, one woman has revealed how you can get your old toys - or the kids' grubby newer ones - looking brand new again in just a few short steps. Posting on the Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips, the mum-to-be explained how her toy cat had enormous sentimental value to her but was beginning to look a bit sad. She wrote: "I wouldn't go anywhere or sleep without it as a child. With me now expecting, my parents gave it back to me for my baby's room." Side note: isn't that just the most heartwarming thing you've ever read? Determined to get her beloved soft toy back to how she always remembered it, the woman soaked it with Vanish's Oxi Action powder and fabric softener. 1The woman used a fabric softener and this stain remover to get her teddy back to its...
    When CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, built the Large Hadron Collider it was a monumental undertaking. The super-collider was unlike anything that had ever been built for the purpose of scientific research into particle physics. Now, over a decade since the atom-smasher began searching for particles that existed only in theory, CERN is ready for a major upgrade. The Future Circular Collider, which CERN just greenlit, makes the LHC look like a baby. The LHC, which is the largest particle accelerator on the planet right now, has a circumference of 17 miles. That’s huge, but it’s completely dwarfed by the 62-mile circumference of the Future Circular Collider. Oh, and it costs a great deal more, too. The Large Hadron Collider was a huge investment. It cost nearly $5 billion to build (that’s billion with a “b”), and took the better part of a decade to build. Construction was approved in 1994 but didn’t begin until the early 2000s. The first tests didn’t fire up until 2008, and there were several delays along the way. The Future Circular Collider,...
    (CNN)The World Health Organization is now calling for nations to encourage the general public to wear fabric masks in areas where there continues to be intense spread of the novel coronavirus -- and for all health workers and caregivers to wear medical masks throughout their shift while in clinical areas.These updated recommendations, announced on Friday, are a shift from what WHO previously advised on masks, which was to not wear them if you are not sick or not caring for someone who is sick, in an effort to keep masks available for health workers.Social distancing and masks reduce risk of getting Covid-19, review finds"In areas with widespread transmission, WHO advises medical masks for all people working in clinical areas of a health facility, not only workers dealing with patients with Covid-19," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a media briefing in Geneva on Friday."Second, in areas with community transmission, we advise that people aged 60 years or over, or those with underlying conditions, should wear a medical mask in situations where physical distancing is not possible," Tedros said, and...
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