How to Remove Rust From Hedge Clippers | eHow | eHow

Apply lubricant. Use mineral oil on the rust to soften the corrosion. Apply the mineral oil with a rag or paper towel. Wait 10 to 20 minutes. Scrub the rust stains with steel wool or a scrubbing pad. Wipe the hedge clippers clean with a cloth or paper towel.

Combine in a bowl 2 parts table salt and 1 part lime or lemon juice. Create a thick paste by stirring. Apply the paste to the rust stains on the hedge clipper with a paper towel. Wait at least 2 hours for the paste to work on the rust.

Scrub the paste with a scrubbing pad or steel wool pad. Use a damp paper towel to clean away the paste and rust. Dry with a paper towel.

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French Laundry Techniques for Cooking Lobster | Food & Wine

Chefs at the French Laundry take a different approach, preparing lobster by flash-cooking the exterior layer of flesh just enough so that it will pull cleanly away from the shell, leaving the interior raw. After removing the flesh from the shell, chefs can influence the lobster’s taste and texture as they complete the cooking process, treating the lobster as one would raw fish. Lobster meat prepared this way is subsequently roasted, chopped for a filling or poached in butter—a gentle technique favored by T

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Oceans Rising – Terrifically Bad Fimmaking | Movie Rewind

…Pam appears unexpectedly, just in time for Galveston to be inundated with a hundred-foot wall of water out of nowhere, and the two of them escape in a sequence which looks suspiciously like a cheap model boat floating in someone’s swimming pool. Their boat becomes more and more crowded as they pluck various ethnically balanced day players from the water and the gang must motor off to Brookhaven labs on their first stop of their electromagnetic tour. Now the actual Brookhaven labs are on Long Island while they are in the Gulf of Mexico but they seem to be able to get there in a couple of days and never run into the Appalachians or New York City metro, despite the poster art.

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