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Cthuliz I'm not sure where you're located (I'm in the northeastern US), but Home Depot still has the A-683 available for in-store pickup: http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/100637982?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053&N=5yc1vZbqew&R=100637982#.Uq5IFGRDu58
nathan The Watts A-683 piece seems to be discontinued. Anyone have any idea what a good replacement piece may be??
dennis.lifefermented Be sure to stop by my page and let me know how your build goes if you do. I'd love any feedback on what you like and what could be changed- already had to add an extra hose clamp to my original design after using it for a while (I updated the build page a while back to reflect the change).
Adriana Moreno I love this! I will be doing this for my bathroom drawers! www.adrianamarisol.com
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Una Chantal-Do NOT use henna tat has PPD. PPD is in regular hair dye. It is the chemical that usually cause allergic reactions. Google henna for hair, mehendi.com, or butters n bars. These sights have high quality henna. I use Light Mountain. It can also be googled. I buy it at Whole Foods. It has premixed colors which are combinations of henna, cassia, and indigo to produce differing colors. All natural. All pure. Finally natural products are hit or miss. Chemical will give a more consistent result but higher chance for problems like allergic reactions.( Which can develop even after years of using the same hair color). Hope this info helps.
Chantal Hello, I have a couple questions regarding Henna, it's quality and effectiveness. Before I found your website, I bought a few boxes of Henna at a local Indian place. Most didn't cover the gray. One of them from Achal Impex INC makes a black Henna - Kali Mehandi, which is maybe coming from you. On the box there is a sticker with the listed ingredients: Henna, PPD, citric acid. - What is PPD, and what it stands for? Is it an abreviated name for p-Phenylenediamine? - I have chemically dark brown dyed hairs and I applied the black henna. Does that mean that my hairs will never get lighter? Thank you Chantal
My Henna Experience | Erica's Blog [...] This is Lawsone, which is the molecule responsible for the signature red color that you see on the “henna body art” tattoos.  Most people don’t know, however, that the lawsone molecule also has a strong attraction to the keratin (hair protein) in your hair!  The lawsone molecule binds to the keratin, and stains the hair shaft red. If it interests you, this blog beat me to it to research the reaction and how it works.. http://cthuliz.com/blog/?p=2624 [...]
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Cthuliz No, sorry.
Tia Hello, do you sell curtains? Thank You, Tia
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Erica Bracy i can not get them to lay flat for anything. i've tried turning the heat down and putting something on top but they just keep curling in on themselves.
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nina Fantastic!! Im making the same cape now. How did you layer the lining, shell, and collar when you do the final stitching together? Im a novice sewer and cant seem to figure it out. (if I sew right side to right side, the collar comes up on the wrong side.) Any advice?? Thanks!! Nin ninphoto@yahoo.com
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nina Thanks! Cheers!
Cthuliz Hi Nina, here's the recipe. It's also linked to in the "EatingWell Magazine" link in the post. Enjoy!
nina Wheres the recipe??
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