Once per month, Take the battery out and clean the contract surfaces between the battery and the phone to make sure they properly have contract with each other. Do not overcharge your battery! Only charge it when it is close to losing power. When you overcharge your battery your lower the life of the battery.
Once you start to unpack, don’t just dispose of your bubble wrap – it’s worth saving, as it has a variety of uses. Try cutting some to size and lining your fridge’s crisper tray with it. This will stop fruit and vegetables from bruising, and so prolong your produce’s life.
No – The battery is charged from the mains, like a laptop or mobile phone charger. Typically it takes between 4 and 6 hours for a full charge from flat, but the Bosch system is an exception in that it can charge fully in 2.5 hours.
Driver fatigue can be a killer on any trip. Refreshment is another important item. Coffee cup warmers and liquid coolers can be a very welcome commodity during your drive. Keeping refreshed and awake can make all the difference in the world.
Tops have always been a favorite toy since time immemorial. But now, thanks to advances in technology, a top has been created that-as far as tops go-blows the competition out of the water. The Non Stop Top can spin for up to eight hours after revving it up once. Powered by two small watch batteries, the top also lights up as it spins, making it a very fun desktop toy for all ages. From stocking stuffers to birthday gifts, the Non Stop Top could never be a bad choice.
According to the US Department of Energy, “About 90% of the energy used for washing clothes is for heating the water. There are two ways to reduce the amount of energy used for washing clothes–use less water and use cooler water.” Go green by using switching to cold water washes. Your clothes still get clean. If you don’t want completely commit to cold washes, just wash the clothes that you are particularly worried about, such as underwear and pillowcases, in hot or warm water, and wash the rest in cold.
Turn off your engine when waiting to pick up someone. Idling in park uses more gas than restarting the car. A study was made that in cities, where cars constantly idle in traffic,, the average driver wastes 42.8 gallons a year.