Posted on October 12, 2020 by iwano@_84
An Essex woman has revealed how she mistakenly cleaned her sink with hand soap and the results are pretty stunning.
Emma Ramsey said it works better than anything she tried before, sharing pictures of the shiny results on Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas.
She wrote: ‘So, I stumbled upon this completely by accident the other day when washing my hands with anti bacterial hand-wash in the bathroom basin.
‘I quickly washed the basin out smothering it in anti bac hand-wash and noticed how sparkly the taps were and still are!
‘So I put it to test in the kitchen sink and not only does it come out sparkly clean, it also removes rust and limescale!’
Emma went on to explain how she tried different methods to get the taps to gleam again,
Posted on September 29, 2020 by iwano@_84
A construction worker died on N.C. State University’s campus after a lift collapsed in wet ground, the state Department of Labor reported Tuesday.
The lift carrying the worker on Saturday was extended about 35 feet in the air when the dirt caved in around one of its tires, said Natalie Bouchard, DOL spokeswoman.
DPR Construction identified the subcontractor as Tiburcio Mendoza.
Campus police were called to the scene but are not investigating the incident and do not have a report, university spokesman Mick Kulikowski said. He added he believed the worker died of injuries at WakeMed.
The accident happened at the site of N.C. State’s new Plant Sciences building, a 185,000-square-foot project.
Ro Norman of DPR Construction said the worker was a subcontractor and the team is “deeply saddened.”
“Our focus continues to be the safety of all employees,
Posted on September 26, 2020 by iwano@_84
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The city of Cleveland released a statement Friday evening on the passing of Daniel Ripepi, who died after an Interstate 480 highway sign collapsed on his truck Thursday morning.
A statement from Mayor Frank Jackson, Public Safety Director Karrie D. Howard and Police Chief Calvin Williams says Daniel Ripepi and his family have been “longstanding partners of the City of Cleveland, especially our safety force.”
The statement called A. Ripepi & Sons Funeral Homes a well-respected business that has served residents in time of grief. Most recently, it accommodated Cleveland police in honoring its fallen detective, James Skernivitz, and donated money for Cleveland K9s to wear ballistic vests.
“Daniel C. Ripepi was instrumental in gifting our Cleveland Police canines with ballistic vest,” the statement says. “We offer our deepest sympathy to Daniel’s wife, Kristen, their children, the Ripepi family and all who knew and loved Daniel.”