• at August 17, 2018

    Oh, absolutely.

  • at August 17, 2018

    If it isn’t too big and you are going to buy things to fill it up, I suggest you get things that are of a neutral colour. If you are going to redecorate the whole place, then consider neutral colours everywhere in the living room. By this, I mean the furniture, the floors, the walls and the ceiling too.

    Soft hues have the ability to give a room a bit of an illumination by reflecting light. It also has a calming effect. I suppose a lot of it has to do with illusion, but that’s a big part of interior decoration, after all.

  • at August 17, 2018

    Is your living room large or small?

  • at August 13, 2018

    I suppose you don’t, but may I make a recommendation? I used Bellissimo Law Group personally and they were able to help me with my issues. I suggest you contact them. At least it’s a start for you.

    If you don’t like them, you can always move on to someone else, but I suggest you move fast, instead of wasting time. Even though you may be abroad, I believe you can still try to work something out.

  • at August 13, 2018

    Listen, while I understand that you want some information to see what can be done, why don’t you just speak to someone who knows all about these things? Otherwise, you will be getting all kinds of mixed messages and misinformation. Speak with a legal professional with experience in such matters.

  • at August 8, 2018

    Yes you can use pesticides, ask for the stuff that can kill white grubs when you get to the store. Pesticides need to be applied in the late summer, and then you’ll have to use them again next year to prevent the grubs from returning.

    If you don’t want to use pesticides, some people recommend to stop watering your lawn for awhile because that can dry out the grubs as they need moist soil. However, even if that works out, it will make your lawn brown all over for some time.

  • at August 8, 2018

    White grubs are beetle larvae, and they kill lawn by snacking on grass roots. You can’t see them because they’re hiding underground…

    If you want to make sure it’s really grubs, wear gloves and pull up the grass on one of those brown patches. You might need to use a trowel… If there are white grubs, you will see them. They are plump little things, in the shape of a C, and if they are there they will be impossible to miss.

  • at August 8, 2018

    Something like that happened to us last summer, the brown patches were caused by a white grub infestation. The best thing you should do is call a lawn care expert for help.

  • at August 5, 2018

    I agree that using a squeegee is the way to go! And it’s fun to use, too.

    The cleaning solution I use is really just warm water with a tiny squirt of dishwashing soap in it. It’s simple, and it works great. Be sure not to put too much soap in your water though.