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I need to get the jacket on my new suit altered. The sleeves need to be taken up a bit. How long should I leave them?


Ask the tailor to shorten them but to leave you at least a quarter of an inch of the shirt cuff showing. It looks so much better than having no sleeve showing.

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How to kill yellow jackets


wait till winter and the you can get rid of them...if it's in a car...

Yellow jackets are notorious stinging insects that belong to the wasp family. They are identified by their black and yellow stripes and they are usually 3/4-1 inch in length. Yellow jackets are social insects and they protect their nests fiercely. These insects will sting at the slightest provocation and they sting repeatedly. Reactions to the sting from yellow jackets can range from irritating welts to death. If you have a yellow jacket nest in your yard and you want to exterminate them, here are some suggestions on how this can be safely done.


A yellow jacket nest can measure up to six inches across. The nests are usually built in piles of leaves, in trees, under eaves, on the ceilings of outdoor buildings or in the ground. If you live in a region that experiences cold climate conditions during winter, you can safely remove the yellow jacket nest without being harmed. During cold weather the colonies die when the temperature falls below freezing and only the hibernating fertilized queens survive. Remove the nest and destroy the hibernating queen.


Underground yellow jacket nests are usually discovered by accident, i.e., when a lawnmower or other vehicle runs over them. If you discover an underground nest, you can either have a pest control representative destroy it or kill the yellow jackets yourself. Before you begin the job, ask a friend to assist you with the task. Both of you should wear protective clothing. This includes rubber gloves, and a bee veiled hat or bug baffler. Ensure that your entire body is covered. Pull your pant legs over your boots, tie them in place and tie your jacket cuffs to your gloves. If possible wear clothing that is not easily penetrated by yellow jackets. You will need a half gallon wide-mouthed glass jar with kerosene or diesel fuel (never use gasoline), a shovel-full of dirt, and a large non-porous cloth that is big enough to cover the opening of the nest.

When you have collected everything you need to destroy the nest, approach the colony either very early in the morning or just after sunset. During these times the yellow jackets are not as active and are easily caught off guard. Walk to the nest cautiously and quietly, pour the fuel into the nest opening and immediately cover the hole with the cloth. Ask your friend to place the shovel-full of dirt over the cloth. Do not ignite the nest, the fumes you poured in the opening will kill the yellow jackets almost immediately. After you have covered the hole with dirt, leave the area quickly. Never try to destroy any yellow jacket nest if you have had allergic reactions or are unsure about your reaction to stings; call a pest control company instead.


If the yellow jackets have made a nest above ground, i.e., in trees, eaves etc. destroy them with a commercial grade pesticide. Wear protective clothing and follow the manufacture's directions carefully. Always stand at the suggested distance (usually eight to ten feet) away from the nest and aim for the nest opening. If you cannot pinpoint the opening, soak the entire nest to kill the colony.


Another way that yellow jackets can be killed is to construct a trap for them. Fill a large tub or bucket with water and laundry detergent. Secure three poles of similar length in a teepee style fashion above the bucket. Tie the poles securely together with rope. Leave one foot of the rope length hanging from the middle of the poles. Attach a raw fish to the rope and let it dangle about two inches from the water's surface. **** the sides of the fish so that it is easily accessible to the yellow jackets. When they arrive to take pieces of the fish, the slices will be too heavy for them to carry, causing them to fall and drown in the detergent water. Cover the trap with chicken wire to ensure that large animals do not eat the fish.


Yellow jackets can also be killed with lure traps. Most of these traps are devices that use heat, moisture, chemical attraction, and color to lure the yellow jackets. Once they get inside the device they are trapped and eventually die. Before you purchase any of these devices, research their reliability and performance level.


There are also many chemical pesticides available but you should buy only those that are specifically designed for yellow jackets. Although pesticides are quick and easy to use, they can also be harmful to pets, lawns, and people. Read the labels carefully, follow all recommendations and adhere to all warnings. If you use pesticides to kill yellow jackets wear protective clothing that is nonflammable. Launder them after using the pesticide and wash any part of your skin that has been exposed.


Yellow jackets can be safely exterminated if you follow the suggestions given in this article. Whatever method you choose, remember that with careful planning you will be able to eliminate these aggressive pests from your home and yard.

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Mi problema es que se me ha olvidado el patron de desbloqueo


hola tengo una tablet cruz reader r101 y me olvide el patron de seguridad no puedo ingresar mediante el patron de la cuenta d gmail porque no aparece en mi tablet ,que solucion tendria para utilizar mi tablet,ayudenmeee ,cualquier cosa me escriben a libra23-9@hotmail.com se lo agradeceria .graciasss

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Originaldruckerpatrone wird nicht erkannt


Sicherstellen, dass die Lexmark Patrone ist nicht leer.

Versuchen Sie, die Patrone in den Drucker neu ein. Bitte folgen Sie den Schritten unten:
1. Entfernen Sie die Patrone aus dem Drucker.
2. Schließen Sie die Druckerabdeckung.
3. Ziehen / re-Stecker des Druckers in die Steckdose, um es zurückzusetzen.
4. Wenn der Drucker eingeschaltet wird, setzen Sie die Patrone.
5. Wenn der Fehler erscheint, versuchen, einen anderen bekannten Arbeiten zu bestimmen, ob es sich um eine fehlerhaftePatrone Problem ist einzufügen.

Wenn Ihr Original Lexmark Patrone gefunden fehlerhaft (nicht leer), kontaktieren Sie bitte Lexmark Technical Support Centerfür weitere Unterstützung.

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Ich habe mit meinem HP Photosmart C6380 das Problem, Fehler im Tintensystem Oxc 19a 0023, bzw 0036


Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Patronen sind installiert richtig 1. Drehung auf dem Produkt 2. die Patrone Zugriffstür Aufhebt, es zu öffnen. 3., Die Patrone zu entfernen, drückt die Lasche auf der Vorderseite der Patrone, es freizugeben, und
entfernen Sie dann es vom Steckplatz.
4. untersucht das Belüftungsschlitzgebiet, das auf die Patrone befunden ist, neben dem HP Firmenzeichen 5., Wenn eine orange Lasche zu irgendeiner Patrone befestigt ist, entfernt es. 6., wenn welcher der Patronen Belüftungsschlitze verstopft hat, benutzt eine Nadel, die Belüftungsschlitze zu reinigen. 7. benutzend das hat gefärbt Gestaltabbilder für Hilfe, schiebt jede Patrone in den richtigen leeren Steckplatz, und drücken Sie dann hinunter, bis die Patrone streng in Ort im Steckplatz schnappt. 8. schließt die Patrone Zugriffstür. 9. prüft die Produktschalttafel Ausstellung.
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Can i sew a patch on my down coat ? I have been told it will cause my jacket to leak around the stitches


Hi, try stick-on gore-tex patches designed for outer shell garments - they will withstand rain and moisture - no stitches.
I am not sure that you down jacket will be all that waterproof at the best of times. The patches should do the business, you can probably get 'em at your local outdoor shop.
Regards, Dave.

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