Monthly Archives: September 2015
My grades so far in my Masters of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Management course:
Introduction to Graduate Studies in Public Safety = C
Academic and Professional Communications in Public Safety = A
Crisis and Emergency Management Fundamentals = A
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems = A
Homeland Sec Policies, Principles, Procedures, and Plans = B
Planning and Operations in Crisis and Emerg Mngmt = A
Only 4 more classes to go and then I get my degree! Whoo Hoo!
That’s right! Simply by using a few items that you probably have already in your home!
- Dawn Dish Soap (the blue kind)
- baking soda
- hydrogen peroxide
- airtight jelly jar or plastic storage container
Step 1: Mix one part Dawn with two parts peroxide in your chosen container.
Step 2: Then add 1–2 tablespoons of baking soda, making a paste. Add more baking soda if too liquidy, or more peroxide if too thick.
Step 1: Pour a generous amount of the liquid onto the stain. Then, use a toothbrush or garment brush to rub the stain remover into the stain. Be sure to do the same on the underside of the garment, where the stain may have bled through. It is important to treat both sides of the stain.
Step 2: Let the item sit for at least an hour ( or more for really tough stains), and then wash the item according to its clothing label.