If you are like most home owners, your garage is used for
far more than just your vehicles. Mine too. In fact I have a large china cabinet that my
sweet husband gave me that would not fit into my garden home. I cannot “let it go,” and so it takes up space in my garage. About the third time I bounced my car into
the back of it I decided that something had to be done. And that was
Parking Targets are the simplest way to mark off your territory in the garage. Keep your car from bumping into the extra refrigerator or furniture by just placing your target on the floor. A Parking Target looks like a small curb that has a peel-and-stick strip on the bottom. Park your car in just the correct spot in the garage and place your target where it will rest in front of your tire. Back out the car, then remove the adhesive backing on the target, and stick it firmly down on a clean garage floor. It bonds in sixty seconds.
Parking Target is ideal for garages with two cars. Just use one target per car. Now on the box it says to roll up and over
the target. But that’s not how I use
mine. I just gently sneak up on the
target when I drive in and then stop.
Parking Target allows me to use my garage just the way I want to. I park my car and use the rest of my garage
for a little storage and work area.
Now to the email…..
Question: We have a place up in Boerne and have a septic system. What do you think is the best product to use for maintenance on a septic system? My neighbor just had to have hers pumped and I do not want to have to do that. We go up about once a month, so it would be good to take care of that while we are there.
Question: I have bar stools at my counter. The tips came off before I knew it and now I have black marks on the floor. I want to put new felt pads on the legs. Is there a pad that’s better than the others?
Answer: Instead of a
felt pad, use a
Question: My mom stays by herself and loves the independence. But sometimes she has plumbing problems like a stopped up toilet and tub. She is not comfortable with heavy acidic drain cleaners and I don’t think it’s a good idea. So usually she ends up calling me. Is there a good drain cleaner that would be safe for her to use on her own?
Answer: There are a
couple that are so safe,
and boy are they effective. One is