Umbra Coretto 15-Inch-by-24-Inch Tension Rod, Nickel

Product Features and Description:

Simple and clean, the Umbra Corretto tension rod is perfect for any room including kids rooms and bathrooms. With a pewter looking finishing, this tension rod complements shower drapery styles. No hardware or screws required. Sized to fit spaces 15″ to 24″. Umbra is the worldwide leader in casual, contemporary and affordable design for the home.

  • Decorative tension rod so no screws or hardware required
  • Simple and easy to use, allows molding to be visible
  • Nickel finish
  • Rod extends 15? to 246″
  • Design: Matt Carr

List Price: $ 14.00

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Umbra Coretto 15-Inch-by-24-Inch Tension Rod, Nickel

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What should I do with my bag of frozen blueberries?

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nastehnedd asks:

I bought a bag of frozen blueberries. What should I do with them? I don’t really bake, so I don’t have that many ingredients. I don’t want to just put them on icecream either, that’s boring.

Give me some specific recipes or ideas that I can use this bag of blueberries for. And no, just eating them out of the bag doesn’t count, I’m already doing that.

Best answer:

Answer by Saraa
if you’ve got a blender or whatever, you could make a smoothie?
search for some smoothie recipes over the internet if you want something a bit more interesting than just a blueberry smoothie

How To Translate Non Encrypted PDF Magazine?

Magazine File

Boosters asks:

I have download a pdf magazine which i can’t edit or write anything on their. I convert magazine from PDF to Word, but in word it is only showing image file, than i use Pdf password remover but it also said “File is not encrypted”. How can i edit and translate the file which is written in french, span language etc.

Best answer:

Answer by Philips Carter
First of all, you need to make sure the pdf file is a scanned pdf or a converted pdf. (use ctrl+a try whether you can select the text.)

If it’s a converted pdf file, you can convert it to editable file first, for example, pdf to word.

http://www.simpopdf.com/pdf-to-word.html

If it’s a scanned pdf file, you need to download a OCR software to extract text. Adobe Acrobat is recommended. but it’s really expensive.

hope it could help.

How do I keep bagged salad from freezing in the crisper drawer?

Drawer

Babygrl0914 asks:

I usually buy two small bags for the entire week. I put one bag in a air tight container after I open the bag and place it in the crisper drawer along with the unopened bag. They both end up freezing. I even have it set on the humidity setting for vegetables. Any suggestions? I have a upright side by side fridge/freezer. I do not live in a high altitude area.

Best answer:

Answer by M W
If your crisper drawer is on the bottom, it is in the coldest part of the fridge. Get a thermometer and put it in the upper part of the fridge. It should stay between 33 and 37 degrees all the time. Any colder than that and everything on the bottom will freeze because cold air sinks. Changing the humidity setting won’t change the temperature. Or, you could just move your salad greens to a higher place in the fridge.

Is it possible to get condensation in my breaker box?

Box

rhazzed asks:

My father in law came over today to add a new circuit/breaker in my box and when we removed the front panel to the breaker box we notice water between each of the breakers/switches and a drop or two on the bottom of the breaker box. There is no leaks of any kind above or anywhere around the box and the first coulple breakers were dry, so I’m 99.9% there is no “leak” anywhere. All the wires were dry and show no evidence of being wet (no drip marks, no stains, etc..) The basement is NOT heated and it has been raining the past new days, so it is a tad humid.
Can this really be condensation? how unsafe is it? Is there anything that can be done to discourage condensation from forming in the box?

Best answer:

Answer by Jason S
OK I’m a 10 year journeyman electrician. I have seen condensation build up in between breakers from the heat generated by the current flowing through the breaker it self. If it is only a few drops I would not worry about it. I hope that will help you sleep tonight. One more thing this is a LOT more common with outdoor panels.