How to do? Step by step instructions, answers, faq - Part 5
How to grow Spanish moss

Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides), is an easy to grow epiphyte belonging to the bromeliaca family. It typically will grow upon another living plant, such as a tree branch, but doesn't take nutrition from this support. With lengthy strands of silver-grey leafy stems, Spanish Moss makes for an intriguing and long-lasting trailing plant in most frost-free temperate climates. Tiny pale green flowers appear during the summer... More

How to make invisible ink

Invisible ink is a form of stenography, which is simply the art of writing hidden messages without letting the recipient know that there is, in fact, a message being sent. There is another form that is close to this: cryptography is a message that the recipient must riddle out. However, it is not hidden like stenography. Cryptography includes a code that has to be figured out and then the meaning will reveal itself once the... More

How to write online articles in second and third person

Writing for readers One of the most important things about writing articles online is that what you write is read worldwide. Using your experience of life, quality articles need to be written in the second or third person point of view to look more professional. Many writers make the mistake of writing about their lives online and regret it at a later date. It isn't about the life of one individual. It's a bigger picture... More

How to ask someone on a date

The right way to ask someone out Not all, but a lot of relationships start out with one person asking the other for a date. It might be the girl asking the guy, but it's usually the other way around. In either case, it's generally easier if the person who is doing the asking is forthright, clear, personable and confidant about what they are doing. Also, it's generally a good thing if the person asking does some thinking... More

How to create a flowering archway

Construct a simple arbor For added impact and interest in the landscape, a tunnel of blooming climbers, offers welcome shade from the sun and a dazzling floral display. A flowering archway or arbor is an inverted U-shaped garden structure covered with flowering climbers. It can be made of wood, metal, wire or plastic tubes, as long is it is high enough to allow comfortable standing room below. The sides can be open or... More

How to care for a pregnant cat

Pregnant cat care tips Caring for any pregnant pet can feel cumbersome at times, but generally cats are very good at fending for themselves. However, during their pregnancy it is important that female cats are given extra care to ensure that not only the mother is kept healthy, but that kittens are as well. A cat's personality may change during the course of her pregnancy, and even the most... More

How to simulate a volcanic eruption with an acid and a base

Safely creating an erupting 'volcano' When a liquid acid is mixed with a solid carbonate base such as powdered bicarbonate of soda, carbon dioxide gas is produced. The resulting mix is a gas plus a liquid instead of a liquid plus a solid, which takes up more space. If a flask is used to simulate the magma chamber of a cone type volcano, the gas-liquid mix will rise up dramatically to create a simulated eruption. Adding red... More

How to find the IP address of your BlackBerry Bold 9650

Any device connected to a TCP/IP network (such as the Internet or many smaller local networks) receives an IP address. Your BlackBerry Bold is no different. If you are only connected to your BlackBerry's 3G network, the device will not have an active IP address, but as soon as you use the BlackBerry's Wi-Fi connection capability, it will be assigned an IP address (except in rare instances where the network does not use... More

How to grow kaffir lilies

Kaffir lilies Kaffir Lilies brighten gardens with an abundance of graceful wands of bright, silky blooms, late in summer. Sometimes Kaffir Lilies are known as Crimson Flags because of their sword-like leaves and tubular flowers in pink, rose or red atop stately spikes. They are popular for growing as cut flowers and are a beautiful additon to any garden. If you can supply constant moisture to areas in your garden, Kaffir... More

How to take care of your teeth from childhood and keep them for life

Respect your teeth Look after your teeth and they will look after you. It is important to start oral hygiene early in life from when the first baby tooth erupts. Children who are taught from an early age to take care of their teeth and mouth will be more likely to continue these good habits throughout their lives. Baby tooth brushes are soft and only require the tiniest dot of baby toothpaste as babies cannot spit out and... More