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Bugman on Bugs - Understanding Household Pests and the Environment (Paperback): Richard Fagerlund, Johnna Strange Bugman on Bugs - Understanding Household Pests and the Environment (Paperback)
Richard Fagerlund, Johnna Strange
R361 Discovery Miles 3 610 Out of stock

This sequel to the authorsa "Ask the Bugman" (2002) contains more valuable information on how to identify assorted insects and arthropods and the best ways to keep them out of your house, all presented with the wry humor that fans of Fagerlundas nationally distributed newspaper column have come to treasure. Fagerlund and Strange are proponents of Integrated Pest Management rather than the technique they label aSpray and Praya used by most exterminating businesses. Anyone concerned about the health effects of pesticides will want to follow the useful advice in "The Bugman on Bugs," including specific information on what kinds of substances and techniques work best for particular pests.

In addition to illustrated chapters on roaches, ants, flies, spiders, centipedes and scorpions, fleas, lice, bed bugs, mice, termites, and other kinds of pests, the authors discuss human reactions to these creatures, turning their attention both to phobias and to the place of insects in our religious and spiritual lives. Amazing pest control tales are sprinkled throughout the book (have you thought about greasing your linens with hog lard to make yourself disgusting even to fleas?), as well as peculiar facts and even a recipe for sautA(c)ed termites.

The New Art of Living Green - How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Live a Happier, More Eco-Friendly Life (Paperback): Erica... The New Art of Living Green - How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Live a Happier, More Eco-Friendly Life (Paperback)
Erica Palmcrantz Aziz, Susanne Hovenas
R447 R423 Discovery Miles 4 230 Save R24 (5%) Out of stock

In today's busy world it's easy to understand the desire for shortcuts. With our time eaten up by work, family, and errands, we almost unconsciously look for quick fixes that aren't always the healthiest for our home or family. With "The New Art of Living Green," authors Erica Palmcrantz Aziz and Susanne Hovenas dare us to stop and think for a moment about the type of chemicals we use in our home, where we buy our produce, and the amount of waste we create. With this book you'll discover simple tips and guidelines that will help you to make greener choices to the benefit of your growing family's health and a grateful Mother Earth.
This guide provides a collection of proven ways to live green practically, and on a daily basis. The book is divided into seven chapters, each represented by a color of the rainbow. Learn more about such topics as:
The World around You: How to act now
The Home: Making slow and simple changes
The Body: Going from chemicals to natural
The Garden: How to farm anywhere
Work and Play: Incorporating sustainable living into your routine
Raw Food: Green recipes for you and Mother Earth
Spirituality: Discovering the feeling of togetherness
It's easy to become complacent with a routine, so to help free you of bad habits, each chapter ends with seven challenges for you to try at home. Finally transform thought into action and lend a helping hand toward making our planet a better place for future generations to come. Even the smallest of changes can make a difference

Get Organized with Heloise (Paperback): Heloise Get Organized with Heloise (Paperback)
Heloise
R240 R192 Discovery Miles 1 920 Save R48 (20%) Out of stock

The name Heloise is synonymous with household hints. Today, more than 40 years after the original Heloise began her newspaper column, her daughter has carried on the tradition for dispensing reliable and practical advice, garnering a whole new generation of fans.

Now for the first time, Heloise's hints for getting and staying organized have been assembled in one easy-to-read volume.

From shopping and home bookeeping to travel and entertaining, Heloise covers every aspect of a busy lifestyle to give her readers the kind of guidance that millions of fans have come to expect.

Clutter Junkie No More - Stepping Up to Recovery (Paperback): Barb Rogers Clutter Junkie No More - Stepping Up to Recovery (Paperback)
Barb Rogers
R341 R274 Discovery Miles 2 740 Save R67 (20%) Out of stock

Clutter means different things to different people. To the people Barb Rogers works with in the growing Clutterers Anonymous movement, clutter is what prevents them from getting ahead in life. This book helps readers identify symptoms and provides solutions that are modeled on the 12 Steps and traditions of AA.

Making the Most of Storage (Paperback): Debora Robertson Making the Most of Storage (Paperback)
Debora Robertson
R371 R308 Discovery Miles 3 080 Save R63 (17%) Out of stock

Presents ideas for organizing kitchens, baths, bedrooms, and home offices.

The Virgin Green Guide - The Easy Way to Save the Planet and Save GBPGBPGBPs (Paperback): The Virgin Green Guide - The Easy Way to Save the Planet and Save GBPGBPGBPs (Paperback)
R230 R184 Discovery Miles 1 840 Save R46 (20%) Out of stock

Green issues are certainly in the news right now. The climate is in turmoil, oil and gas are running out and it's becoming clear that we can't keep on treating the planet like we have been. Gloomy stuff, but it's not cause for despair. Published by a brand who are committed to making a difference, The Virgin Green Guide will show you how, with a few simple changes to your everyday life, you can do your bit for the planet and save some of your well-earned cash in the process. Little changes like recycling, switching off TVs and using energy-efficient light bulbs may not seem like a lot, but when you multiply them millions of times over you can see how everyone can make a real difference. From reducing household waste and saving energy to eco-friendly shopping and banishing hidden toxins from your home, The Virgin Green Guide will show you how to apply the three Rs - Reducing, Reusing and Recycling - and help you to banish your wasteful ways.

Spotless Pets (Paperback): Jennifer Fleming, Shannon Lush Spotless Pets (Paperback)
Jennifer Fleming, Shannon Lush
R369 R345 Discovery Miles 3 450 Save R24 (7%) Out of stock

SPOTLESS PETS is an essential guide for anyone who owns a pet, from Australia's favourite domestic gurus. The messiest member of any household is often a pet! All that hair, all those unfortunate accidents ...SPOTLESS PETS helps you solve your pet stain dilemmas and saves you oodles of money at the same time. Using inexpensive and low-toxic remedies to every pet stain imaginable, there are chapters on dogs, cats, birds, fish, small animals, exotic animals. Not only is SPOTLESS PETS packed with advice on removing stains and smells, but it covers everything from cleaning cages, tanks and bedding to removing hair from upholstery. With more than a million copies of their books sold in Australia alone, Shannon and Jennifer are the experts you will turn to time and time again when your pet makes a mess!

The Country Housewife's Book (Paperback): Lucy H. Yates The Country Housewife's Book (Paperback)
Lucy H. Yates
R429 Discovery Miles 4 290 Out of stock

Sub-titled "How to Make the Most of Country Produce and Country Fare", this 1934 book has eight chapters: 'a general survey of storeroom and larder' with hints on how to use 'pickings' and gluts thriftily; chapters about garden and orchard fruits and making use of garden produce (chutney and stuffed peppers); a chapter about milk, cream and butter, one called 'the sportsman's bag' with recipes for pigeon pie; and chapters on herbs and 'hobbies of the country housewife' (eg. dressing rabbit skins). And there are some essential recipes such as 'household bread', potato toast and stewed lettuce. "The Country Housewife's Book", which has charming line drawings, would be enjoyed by anyone interested in cooking, in old-fashioned methods of food production or simply in running a house.

Living Without Electricity - People's Place Book No. 9 (Paperback, Revised): Stephen Scott Living Without Electricity - People's Place Book No. 9 (Paperback, Revised)
Stephen Scott
R195 R184 Discovery Miles 1 840 Save R11 (6%) Out of stock

So who has time to prepare food these days We timestarved cooks need recipes that are guaranteed to beQuick to fix Easy for anyone to make whether yoursquo;re a cook or not Delicious and satisfying. The solution FixIt and Forgetit 5Ingredient Favorites the new member in the multimillion copy Fixit and ForgetIt Cookbook series This smart new cookbook offers convenience and comfort to anyone faced with a toofull life and hungry people to feed. Gather five or fewer readily available ingredients your slow cooker FixIt and ForgetIt 5Ingredient Favoritesand you have Apricot Chicken Lazy Lasagna Shredded Dill Beef Bacon FetaStuffed Chickenbull; Alfredo BowTies UpsideDown Chocolate Pudding Cake Rich Brownies in a Nut CrustFixIt and ForgetIt 5Ingredient Favorites with its more than 600 recipes can be your new faithful campanion. Turn to it for Main Dishes Meats and Pastas Vegetables Soups Breads Breakfasts and Brunches Desserts Appetizers Snacks and Beverages. From New York Times bestselling author Phyllis Pellman Good who believes that it is possible to do homecooking and to enjoy the great satisfaction it brings to those who cook and to those who eat.

Miracle of Honey (Paperback): Penny Stanway Miracle of Honey (Paperback)
Penny Stanway 1
R195 R159 Discovery Miles 1 590 Save R36 (18%) Out of stock

The Miracle of Honey is a compact yet comprehensive and authoritative guide to honey, with helpful information on every possible way to use this wonderful product of nature - not only in cooking but also for health and well-being. The book opens with the history of honey and its popularity around the world over the millennia. The author discusses whether honey is a miracle medicine, a valuable natural remedy or just a useful part of a healthy diet. The first part of the book outlines the varieties of honey and how they differ. A digest of the contents of honey and how they affect health is followed by guidance on how to choose, use and store honey. The second part offers guidance on making honey-containing beauty products. There is also a comprehensive A-Z of ailments that may benefit from honey, practical instructions on how to use honey or honey-associated products such as beeswax to keep your home sparkling and sweet-smelling, and a variety of recipes for honey-containing dishes. The final section looks at bee-keeping and the vital subject of bee health and survival.

Two Thousand Formulas, Recipes, And Trade Secrets - The Classic Do-it-Yourself Book of Practical Everyday (Paperback): Harry... Two Thousand Formulas, Recipes, And Trade Secrets - The Classic Do-it-Yourself Book of Practical Everyday (Paperback)
Harry Bennet
R395 R323 Discovery Miles 3 230 Save R72 (18%) Out of stock

This fascinating book, reprinted from the 1930s, takes the reader back to a time when Americans had free access to hard drugs; people were responsible enough to be given recipes for poisons, explosives, and addictive substances; and making such items as soap, disinfectants, and insecticides was commonplace.

Grandma's Ways For Modern Days 2nd Edition - Reviving Traditional Skills in Cooking, Gardening and Household Management... Grandma's Ways For Modern Days 2nd Edition - Reviving Traditional Skills in Cooking, Gardening and Household Management (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Paul Peacock
R299 R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Save R43 (14%) Out of stock

Grandma's Ways represents a large repository of knowledge that we have mostly forgotten. With a little modification for these busy modern times. Techniques for preserving food, keeping hens and bees, growing vegetables and fruit, making your own cosmetics and a host of other things will bring us not only closer to the products we enjoy, but closer to benefiting from the work we do for ourselves. There's nothing more satisfying than cooking wholesome food from scratch at home, baking your own bread, growing your own vegetables, foraging in the wild and even making your own household cleaning products. Not only will you live a more sustainable life in terms of the environment, you'll save money too. Contents: Introduction; Make Better And Mend; Making Your Own Beauty Treatments; Making Your Own Household Cleaners; Making Your Own Soap; Growing Your Own Herbs; Growing You Own Veg; Growing Your Own Fruit; Keeping Hens; Keeping Bees; Keeping Ducks; Foraging From The Wild; Baking Your Own Bread; Making Your Own Butter; Making Your Own Cheese; Making Your Own Sausages And Bacon; Making Your Own Stock; Making Your Own Pastry And Pies; Hearty Meals From Grandma's Kitchen; Preparing The Christmas Feast; Making Cakes And Puddings; Preserving Fruit And Veg; Making Toffee, Treats And Sweets; Making Squashes, Cordials And Teas; Making Your Own Beer And Wine; Index.

Farm Engines and How to Run Them - A Simple, Practical Handbook for Experts and Amateurs (Paperback): James H Stephenson Farm Engines and How to Run Them - A Simple, Practical Handbook for Experts and Amateurs (Paperback)
James H Stephenson
R304 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R19 (6%) Out of stock

Originally published in the early 1900s, this classic, comprehensive handbook was referred to by young engineers as they prepared for their licensing examinations. In addition to several hundred questions and answers that were given as part of many exams, "Farm Engines and How to Run Them" fully describes every part of a farm engine and boiler, giving complete directions for the safe and economical management of both. Included are chapters on farm engine economy--with special attention to traction and gasoline farm engines--and a chapter on the science of successful threshing. The book abounds with precision artwork and cutaway illustrations showing the different parts of a boiler and engine, and nearly every make of traction engine--including those made by Case, Nichols and Shepard, and Buffalo Pitts. "Farm Engines and How to Run Them" will appeal to everyone from farm and vehicle enthusiasts to students of industrial technology and agricultural history.

Souped Up - Do-It-Yourself Projects to Make Anything Better (Paperback): Instructables Com Souped Up - Do-It-Yourself Projects to Make Anything Better (Paperback)
Instructables Com; Edited by Michael Huynh
R465 R441 Discovery Miles 4 410 Save R24 (5%) Out of stock

Ever look around your house and get bored with the things you have? Too ordinary? Used it a million times? With Instructables.com's latest compilation, "Souped Up," you can turn your ordinary into the extraordinary. Learn how to:
- Brew a cup of coffee with Twitter- Make ice cubes crystal clear- Build a tape dispenser out of Legos- Light up your bicycle with LEDs- Turn your shower into a spa- Make your Nerf gun even coolerCompiled from the best that the web has to offer, "Souped Up" is the latest book from Instructables.com and Skyhorse Publishing. Over a thousand full-color images and easy-to-understand how-to instructions make this collection the perfect gift for anyone never satisfied with the status quo. Ever thought "I could improve that"? These authors did too, and we've put together their best ideas for upgrades, hacks, and everything you need to get the most out of everything.

Unusual Uses for Ordinary Things - 250 Alternative Ways to Use Everyday Items (Paperback): Instructables Com, Wade Wilgus Unusual Uses for Ordinary Things - 250 Alternative Ways to Use Everyday Items (Paperback)
Instructables Com, Wade Wilgus
R326 R308 Discovery Miles 3 080 Save R18 (6%) Out of stock

Most people use nail polish remover to remove nail polish. They use coffee grounds to make coffee and hair dryers to dry their hair. The majority of people may also think that the use of eggs, lemons, mustard, butter, and mayonnaise should be restricted to making delicious food in the kitchen. The Instructables.com community would disagree with this logic--they have discovered hundreds of inventive and surprising ways to use these and other common household materials to improve day-to-day life.
Did you know that tennis balls can protect your floors, fluff your laundry, and keep you from backing too far into (and thus destroying) your garage? How much do you know about aspirin? Sure, it may alleviate pain, but it can also be used to remove sweat stains, treat bug bites and stings, and prolong the life of your sputtering car battery. These are just a few of the quirky ideas that appear in" Unusual Uses for Ordinary Things."
Readers of "Unusual Uses for Ordinary Things" will learn how to:
Remove odors from clothes using vodkaShine leather belts, wallets, purses, and jackets using butterRemove scuffs from sneakers using toothpasteLocate small objects once thought to be gone forever using pantyhoseAnd much more

Handy Farm Equipment and How to Use It (Paperback): Harry C. Ramsower Handy Farm Equipment and How to Use It (Paperback)
Harry C. Ramsower
R312 R293 Discovery Miles 2 930 Save R19 (6%) Out of stock

This classic guide presents practical information on virtually every aspect of farm equipment, machinery, and organization. Originally published in 1917, "Handy Farm Equipment and How to Use It" surveys every topic of importance to the challenge of equipping a successful and fully functional farm, including lighting the farm home, establishing sources of water, and arranging for sewage disposal for the farmhouse. Additional sections provide detailed discussions of such indispensable examples of farm equipment as tillage tools, seeding machinery, manure spreaders, grain binders, and corn harvesters.
Fully illustrated throughout with drawings, diagrams, plans, and photographs, "Handy Farm Equipment and How to Use It" will prove as interesting to the current farmer for its still-prudent advice on the timeless problems of farm management as it will to the history buff who wishes to catch an image of what the American farm was like at the beginning of the twentieth century. It provides a lovely foray into the rich legacy of American agriculture and will appeal to anyone who has ever been interested in the nuts-and-bolts of farm life.

The Joy of Hobby Farming - Grow Food, Raise Animals, and Enjoy a Sustainable Life (Paperback, 2nd Edition): Michael Levatino,... The Joy of Hobby Farming - Grow Food, Raise Animals, and Enjoy a Sustainable Life (Paperback, 2nd Edition)
Michael Levatino, Audrey Levatino
R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Out of stock

When the farm is a lifestyle, not just a way to earn a living, that's hobby farming. Most of us want to live a sustainable life in which we protect the land and keep it safe from development and overproduction. But we can take this a step further by learning how to grow and savor what we can produce ourselves--while still maintaining an alternative career to fund this passion. Michael and Audrey Levatino here share how to:
- Grow your own food.
- Raise chickens, horses, llamas, bees, and more.
- Practice being (a little) off the grid.
- Sell the bounty in your local community.
- Balance a professional career with a rural lifestyle.
"The Joy of Hobby Farming" is a book that will excite armchair farmers and inspire any do-it-yourselfer.

Farm Conveniences and How to Make Them - Classic American Labor-Saving Devices (Paperback): Byron D. Halsted Farm Conveniences and How to Make Them - Classic American Labor-Saving Devices (Paperback)
Byron D. Halsted
R307 R288 Discovery Miles 2 880 Save R19 (6%) Out of stock

"Farm Conveniences and How to Make Them" is a fascinating volume abounding in valuable hints and suggestions for the construction of homemade farming and homesteading devices. First published in 1884, it contains the best ideas gathered from farmers, and teaches valuable lessons in rural economy. Filled with more than two hundred engravings, "Farm Conveniences and How to Make Them" includes information on how to build a milking shed, a dam, a sled for removing corn shocks, a variety of animal traps, gatepost braces, a log boat, cards, and a great number of other instruments.
Also an everyday farming handbook, it provides instructions on how to use wastelands, prevent the washing of hillsides, harvest manure, dress meats, build shelters, and much more. As the preface most accurately sums up, "Skill in the construction and use of simple labor-saving devices is of vast importance to the farmer, and any aid to the development of this manual dexterity is always welcome." Learn how the creativity and precision that went into developing these handy devices equipped farmers of the past with the knowledge and tools to work efficiently.

Handy Farm Devices and How to Make Them (Paperback): Rolfe Cobleigh Handy Farm Devices and How to Make Them (Paperback)
Rolfe Cobleigh
R251 Discovery Miles 2 510 Out of stock

Dating from the Golden Age of American Farming, this volume is both a tribute to days gone by and a resource for present day homeowners, farmers, and ranchers striving toward greater self-sufficiency. Here you will find hundreds of clever ways to transform those odds and ends that might seem like junk into very useful gadgets and tools, from a treadmill that can power a dairy separator and churn, to a drinking fountain for chickens. Other devices include a rig for moving large trees; a self-feeder for bees; a hand garden cultivator; and gates that lift over snowdrifts. It's full of useful illustrations and includes a whole section of tried-and-true tips.

Clutter Busting - Letting Go of What's Holding You Back (Paperback): Brooks Palmer Clutter Busting - Letting Go of What's Holding You Back (Paperback)
Brooks Palmer
R361 R294 Discovery Miles 2 940 Save R67 (19%) Out of stock

Everyone knows they need to cut the crap out of their lives, and here's how to do it! Straightforward and focused, "Clutter Busting" shows how anyone can begin right now to clear the clutter and debris from their home, garage, office, and life. And, as defined in this book, clutter is anything that no longer serves us, from outdated clothes to old habits. Piles of junk in our garages and closets, overflowing papers on our desks and in our files, items unused for years, clothing we never wear, gifts received that we can't seem to toss out - they all represent dis-order and come weighted with guilt, shame, and a sense of crowded dis-ease. "Clutter Busting" is short and sweet, and takes as its premise that your 'things' are not spiritual or important, you are. Once the clutter is cleared, new things flow into your life, making this the perfect book to begin discovering what your life should truly be about - once you clear the accumulated yet now useless debris.

Whats a Disorganized Person to Do (Paperback): Stacey Platt Whats a Disorganized Person to Do (Paperback)
Stacey Platt
R385 R319 Discovery Miles 3 190 Save R66 (17%) Out of stock

An easy-to-read, idea-packed guide for anyone who wants to be more organized and who doesn't?
Everyone has overflowing closets and desk drawers, countertops loaded with kitchen gadgets, and overstuffed computer desktops. We dream of getting organized but what's a disorganized person to do? In this book, professional organizer Stacey Platt comes to the rescue with empowering ideas on putting and keeping things in order.
Like earlier titles in the series, such as the best-selling "What's a Cook to Do?," this book offers easy-to-scan and access solutions to everyday aggravations: How do you keep from misplacing your cell phone or house keys? What's the best way to organize the fridge? How do you pack efficiently for a trip? This user-friendly book, illustrated with stylish, full-color photography, is up-to-date on the latest technologies for organizing everything from music to family photos.
Here are hundreds of ingenious solutions for gaining control of clutter so you can live happily in your space. There are quick solutions as well as one-hour projects from organizing your emails so you can find your passwords to sorting the area under the bathroom sink that readers can tackle, one weekend at a time, with big payoffs. From the kitchen to the home office, the bedroom closet to the car, this thoughtful guide will help readers carve out more space and more time.

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Spotless Baby (Paperback): Jennifer Fleming, Shannon Lush Spotless Baby (Paperback)
Jennifer Fleming, Shannon Lush
R281 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R52 (19%) Out of stock
1001 Ghar - Grihasti Ki Kaam Ki Baatein - Ways to Keep Your House Sparkling Clean - Kitchen, Health, Hygine, Clothes and... 1001 Ghar - Grihasti Ki Kaam Ki Baatein - Ways to Keep Your House Sparkling Clean - Kitchen, Health, Hygine, Clothes and Jewellary (Hindi, Paperback)
N.D. Tiwari
R469 Discovery Miles 4 690 Out of stock

A housewife has to face many problems while doing household activities. The contains tips to get rid of such problems. These are practical tips for everyday recipes, which are equally effective also. Adopt them and become the perfect homemaker. #v&spublishers

Fences, Gates, and Bridges - And How to Make Them (Paperback): George A. Martin Fences, Gates, and Bridges - And How to Make Them (Paperback)
George A. Martin
R243 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R14 (6%) Out of stock

First published in 1887, "Fences, Gates, and Bridges" is an instructional guide to the best ways to build a variety of fences, gates, hedges, bridges, and culverts. The section on fences boasts a wealth of information on building various types of fences, including rail, composite, garden, board, and picket. It also explores how to construct an effective barbed wire fence, how to use a stone wall to reinforce a wooden fence, and highlights the pros of building portable fences. "Fences, Gates, and Bridges" is a classic manual for anyone who wants to build their own structures for their farm, large property, or quaint backyard.

Transparent Tape - Over 350 Super, Simple, and Surprising Uses You've Probably Never Thought of (Paperback, 2nd ed.):... Transparent Tape - Over 350 Super, Simple, and Surprising Uses You've Probably Never Thought of (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Vicki Lansky
R212 R173 Discovery Miles 1 730 Save R39 (18%) Out of stock

Inexpensive, indispensable, and easy-to-use, transparent tape can be found in nearly every home. With her trademark flair for pragmatic creativity, popular helpful hints expert Vicki Lansky offers ingenious ways to use tape in the kitchen and car, for home maintenance and personal hygiene, with pets and with plants. In her down-to-earth style, Lansky shows how to use tape to create an instant bird feeder with a sticky-side-out loop dipped in bird seed, cover a watch crystal when painting to keep it paint-free, secure small bundles of fresh herbs to a cutting board before chopping, prolong the life of crayons by reinforcing them around the middle, and much more. This new edition also includes many tips shared by readers of the first edition. Including a brief history of tape's serendipitous invention, "Transparent Tape" is a practical and fun guide to making the most of a product that most people wouldn't know how to live without.

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