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Holiday generosity spreads to animals

Holiday generosity spreads to animals
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Nathan Liewicki
Published on December 28, 2013

Bear, a two-year-old chocolate lab-moose cross, eagerly waits in the Moose Jaw Humane Society lobby before being taken home with his new owners on Saturday. 

Giving and receiving gifts is a huge part of the holiday season. 

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Your smoke detector can be both a nuisance and a lifesaver. Keep it on a maintenance schedule not only by replacing the backup battery, but also by opening it up and using canned air to clean it out. If you have a fireplace, cleaning is especially important, because the inside of the detector will build up with soot. If your detector goes off randomly for no reason, don’t just assume it is faulty. It probably just has cobwebs, dust or soot on or around the sensor. Test your detector after each cleaning by lighting a match under it.

The easiest way to clean your fireplace is to use a small, two-gallon wet vac. This prevents the ash from entering into the air, getting on you, and also getting on your cleaning equipment. It is nearly impossible to get the soot out of anything. Use the wet vac only for that purpose and make sure to put a paper towel over the filter to preserve the motor. Of course, you want to make sure there is a bag in your vacuum before you start.

Color-coded microfiber cloths can save both time and money. Each room of your home should have a separate cloth, and each chemica…………… continues on Seacoastonline.com

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