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How clean is your car. Cleaning dark hardwood floors. Metal cleaning chemicals.



How Clean Is Your Car





how clean is your car







    clean
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing











how clean is your car - Sell Your




Sell Your Car Online Using Craigslist


Sell Your Car Online Using Craigslist



I had to sell someone else’s car. It wasn’t something I particularly found fun, and because of that, I’m writing this ebook to ensure you have a better experience. I want you to sell your car on Craigslist quickly, easily and for a good price.

We’ll talk about how to prepare yourself and the car, and identify your selling price, and find a good buyer.

This ebook will prepare you for prepping and negotiating, finding buyers, and closing the sale. There is a worksheet for figuring out your asking price, tips on whether to adjust that up if you want to haggle, and problems you might run into while selling the car.

I had to sell someone else’s car. It wasn’t something I particularly found fun, and because of that, I’m writing this ebook to ensure you have a better experience. I want you to sell your car on Craigslist quickly, easily and for a good price.

We’ll talk about how to prepare yourself and the car, and identify your selling price, and find a good buyer.

This ebook will prepare you for prepping and negotiating, finding buyers, and closing the sale. There is a worksheet for figuring out your asking price, tips on whether to adjust that up if you want to haggle, and problems you might run into while selling the car.










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five lessons learned (365:96)




five lessons learned (365:96)





Day 96 of 365: a year in songs and photos:
Song: Swingin Utters, Five Lessons Learned

I posted a photo this morning of a beautiful sunrise. I thought it meant great things for the day. By the time I got to work it was snowing. The snow turned into a cold, dismal rain later on.

I had put in a while ago to leave at 1:15 today to go to a doctor appointment. The doctor changed my appointment a few days ago, to a Saturday, but I decided to keep the hours I took anyhow and go home early. It was just that kind of day. I figured I'd get home, clean up the house, get dinner started early, maybe take some pictures or read a bit before everyone got home.

I got ready to leave at 1:10. I spent the next ten minutes frantically looking for my car keys. No, car KEY. I had a brake job done this past weekend and I never put the key back on the key chain when the mechanic gave it back. So I was looking for one lonely key. It wasn't anywhere.

I was almost afraid to go out to my car and look in the ignition. The long walk through the building, down the stairs and across the street to the parking lot was akin to a perp walk. I kept waiting for someone to shout DEAD MAN WALKING. Because I knew. I knew I would see that lone key sitting there in the ignition of my locked car.

And I did.

Now here is where you say "Well, you have a spare, right? No big deal."

And here is where you call me an idiot. Because no, I don't have a spare. Well, I do. But I haven't been able to find it since we did renovations on the house last spring and moved a lot of stuff around and the keys got lost in the shuffle.

Here is where you say "So you didn't have a spare made after that?"

And I say "No. No, I didn't. Because I am a procrastinator."

And you say, rightfully so, "Idiot."

Here is where you laugh at me because a few months ago the daughter locked the keys in the car and I bitched and yelled at her for having her head in the clouds and not thinking about what she does before she does it. We called my mechanic that night, and he came down with one of those slim jim deals and opened the car. He charged me 50 bucks for that.

So here I am, standing in a freezing rain, just wanting to go home and put on comfy clothes and maybe make some blueberry muffins, and I can't get in my car. Now I have to go back into work and ask for help and everyone will know that I am an idiot because I have to tell them I don't have a spare key.

In the course of an hour, we (my brother in law and I) asked every policeman in the courthouse for a slim jim (they refuse to do that anymore). We asked if people had AAA. Many people offered me AA instead. Hahaha. The problem was, it was lunch time in the courthouse. No one was around. And I just wanted to go home.

I called the Mazda dealership down the block, but they said my car is a "special" car and the key had to be overnighted from Mazda. I called my old mechanic, but he said he'd have to send a tow truck and that would cost upward of 100 dollars and he couldn't come until the night time. Todd, who has AAA, wanted me to get a ride home and we'd go back to the car later and let AAA unlock the car. I reminded him that I work in town many call the murder capital of Long Island and I'd really rather not leave my car, with key in ignition, in the lot after all the other cars are gone.

So I called a locksmith. 75 dollars. Fine, I'll take the bite. I really can't afford it, but what the hell else was I gonna do? I just wanted to go HOME. The locksmith said they'd be there in 20 minutes.

90 minutes later, they showed up. 30 seconds of work later, my car was open. 75 dollars later, I was on my way home.

Ironically, the last song I listened to on iPod in the office today was Ice Cube's Today Was A Good Day. Yea. If I had an AK, I probably would have used it on myself.

So the five lessons learned:

1. Don't yell at someone for doing something you are likely to do because it will come back to bite you in the ass.
2. Procrastination is the devil's work.
3. Get AAA
4. Make friends with some lower class of people. The kind who know how to break into a car.
5. Duh. Don't lock your keys in your car.

I'm going to Mazda tomorrow to order my key.

No, TWO keys.











Car Wash | Day Three




Car Wash | Day Three





Day 3 of 365

It's Saturday and tomorrow is the 1st day of the work week for most of us here in the Middle East. I got used to washing my ride once a week and that is on a Saturday afternoon. Love rolling with a clean ride cause it also reflects ones personality. My Jeep is spanking shiny and will be shouting "How do you like me now?!" on the road, same as the owner :P

Enjoy the rest of your weekend folks. Will get back to all of you in flickr tomorrow, ayt? Thanks for visiting my stream.









how clean is your car








how clean is your car




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