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This week we had more than 40 questions by email, [email protected] And they were great questions. I want to share those with you because if one person has this problem, others do also.
But first, I would like to solve a mystery for some homeowners. Who doesn’t like a good mystery? I know I do. Well unless it has to do with my home. Those mysteries are no fun. A customer was in the store and asked me how to get rid of a hard water stain at the bottom of his sink. My first question was what kind of sink did he have? If it’s porcelain, well then it’s easy – Delete Germ and a 3M scrubby sponge. Put a ring around the stain and then start cleaning. It will clean up immediately and then you want to rinse right away. End of story.
(FOX 2) – This week, Jill Washburn, our Jill of All Trades, shows us a simple way to clean algae, mold and mildew off of siding or other outside surfaces. It is not uncommon for mold or algae to grow on outdoor surfaces that are often damp or shady. Typically, you’ll find this happening on the north side of your home or garage, but if your yard is pretty shaded, as Jill’s is, you may even find it on the west- or east-facing surfaces, as well.
The main thing you want to look out for, says Jill, is to not cause damage to the surface you’re cleaning, or the surrounding landscaping. And, if you have pets in the yard, you want to make sure they’re safe, too. Jill’s solution is simple, Dawn dishwashing liquid… and a big car wash brush. Dawn is used to clean animals after oil spills, so you shouldn’t have any problems using it around the pets in your yard. It’s mild enough that it’s not going to damage or discolor your siding, says Jill, and it really cuts through the grime.
Cleaning siding with dish soap, a car wash brush, and elbow grease
If your siding is starting to look like Jill’s, you don’t need a power washer – which can damage your siding – all you need is dish soap and an old car wash brush.
Jill’s siding had been building up a green-ish coating on the north and east sides of the house and garage for the last couple of years. It was time for a solid cleaning. Jill put a squeeze of Dawn liquid soap in a bucket and filled it about halfway with water. She dunked her car wash brush in and went to work. Jill says that she barely had to
Removing leaves from the yard is a task that homeowners must perform each fall. Thousands upon thousands of leaves can drop from a single tree. Multiply that by the number of trees on a property, and it’s no surprise the task of leaf cleanup can seem so daunting. Furthermore, not all leaves are shed at the same time, so several cleanup sessions may be necessary before the last leaf is banished from the yard. Just like removing snow, leaf cleanup can be a taxing job if done by hand. For people unaccustomed to exercise, cleaning up leaves can turn into quite a workout.
According to the Discovery Health Calorie Counter, raking leaves for one hour can burn nearly 292 calories. Shoulders and arms will feel the burn. Raking leaves is considered moderate physical activity, similar to brisk walking. Those who find themselves straining or out of breath should take a break, and these tips also make the job safer and easier.
• Wear layers when cleaning up leaves. It may be cool at first, but it’s easy to work up a sweat after raking for awhile. Layers can be peeled off so as not to get overheated or risk hypothermia from sweating in chilly temps.
• Pay attention to your posture while raking. James Weinstein, chairman of the Department of Orthopedics at Dartmouth Medical School, recommends forming a wide base with the feet and holding the rake slightly toward the end of the handle with one hand three-quarters of the way down the handle from the other. Do not twist the spine; move your entire body. Avoid overuse of muscles on one side of the body by switching sides periodically.
• Do not try to rake or blow leaves on windy days. Wind will only make the task
Researchers are using fleet learning and simulations to train robots to navigate one of the most complex environments: A home.
Working in a factory is easy for robots with the structured environment and repetitive tasks that come with that job. Helping with housework is a much bigger challenge. Scientists at the Toyota Research Institute (TRI) are taking on that challenge by building new domestic robots and training them in a mock home.
Gill Pratt, the CEO of TRI and Kelly Kay, the Institute’s executive vice president and chief finance officer, gave a virtual tour of the TRI labs on Thursday. Max Bajracharya, the vice president of robotics and Steffi Paepcke, the senior user experience leader, explained the research and development process for building these robots.
The team is prioritizing user experience research, human-centered design, and ikigai–the idea that each person’s life should have deep meaning and purpose.
The institute’s philosophy is to build robots that take over tasks that have become too difficult for older adults instead of building a one-size-fits-all robot to take over all activities. One prototype is a gantry robot that unfolds from the ceiling to help with household tasks like a bat unfolding its wings.
The floor model looks like a praying mantis perched on a box. Researchers are using these models to develop capabilities.
“The robots that you see today are prototypes to accelerate our research, but they are not going to be turned into products any time soon,” Bajracharya said.
Field research for robotics experts
Paepcke said the team used the “genchi genbutsu” research technique which means, “go see for yourself,” to understand how to build domestic