You can extend the the time it takes hot-melt glue to set by slightly pre-warming both the surfaces to be joined with a heat gun. A heat gun also works great for stripping paint and other odd jobs. For example, you can use it to remove bumper stickers, defrost freezers, char-stain wood, dry wood for painting, burn weeds from cracks in sidewalks and patios, light charcoal, loosen rusted bolt nuts and bend certain plastic piping.
Keep an extra tool set in your car or truck. Think of it as an insurance policy against road emergencies. You’ll be glad they’re there when you need them.
If not detected early, children with high levels of lead in their bodies can suffer from: damage to the brain and nervous system; behavior and learning problems; slowed growth, hearing problems and headaches. Adults can suffer from: difficulties during pregnancy; other reproductive problems, high blood pressure; digestive problems; nerve disorders; memory and concentration problems; muscle and joint pain.
Potted plants need to be fertilized, especially if in the same pot and soil for a long period of time. Many types of fertilizers are available and any may be used according to label directions. Select one which gives the best results for existing growing conditions. Do not fertilize dry plants as the roots may be burned. Water, then fertilize in a day or two. Resting house plants need no fertilizer.