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Were you one of the millions of homeowners, renters or business owners who suffered from the recent miserable polar weather in the core of the USA? The storm and low temperatures left millions without power, drinking water, food and other necessities. Frozen and burst water pipes in houses and businesses are now as plentiful as flies at a summer cookout.

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A running toilet can be comfortably fixed by a DIY-er with a toilet rebuild kit from any hardware store. These kits typically contain straightforward and easy-to-follow instructions.

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Technology to battle the coronavirus is big on the virtual show floor this year. Several companies are showcasing disinfecting robots. LG is introducing an autonomous UV-C light robot designed to irradiate viruses on heavily touched surfaces. (Largely unmentioned is the fact that COVID is largely transmitted by airborne vapor droplets, not viral smears on surfaces.)

A do-it-yourself approach for home improvement projects may reduce your initial costs — but for certain jobs, the risks far outweigh any potential savings. If any of these projects are…

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As the situation around the world continues to evolve, many families are having discussions about the importance of hand-washing and social distancing. This is also a good time to talk about the importance of house cleaning. Having your children help disinfect frequently touched areas like doorknobs, light switches, and faucet and toilet handles every day will keep them mindful. You can also use this opportunity to teach the basics of house cleaning, like which types of cleaners to use on which surfaces, and the overall importance of tidying up the home.

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TRUMP, at a mega-rally Monday in Ahmedabad, India: “Under Prime Minister Modi, for the first time in history, every village in India now has access to electricity.”

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