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softener

A flat brush of hog bristle; used to blend or soften markings in a paint coating.
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At this point the water softener will need to be run on an alternate cycle called regeneration.
Up to one-half of nursing home patients experience constipation during their stay -- chronic constipation being defined as retention of fecal mass or incomplete feces evacuation requiring: a) at least weekly use of laxatives or stool softeners over one month; b) at least monthly use of enema; or (c) removal of an impaction over the past month.(1) Its primary and secondary causes are listed in the Table.
[USPRwire, Mon Aug 19 2019] Tire Softener Market Introduction- Tire Softener is designed to produce outstanding contraction in all forms of high-performance driving vehicles, from conventional to high race Tire s.
Neil Spencer, of West Midlands Fire Service, said: "She told crews she had watched a YouTube video which involved putting fabric softener balls into an aromatherapy burner and lighting a tea light underneath.
If your washer has a fabric softener dispenser, remove it and unscrew the ratchet assembly retaining bolt.
The water softener introduced by Amex, treats the water well which has positive effects on anti-atopic skin, skincare and healthy hair.
According to the most recent SymphonyIRI data, the launch of Purex Complete Crystals Softener has doubled Henkel's fabric softener market share in the U.S.
The FreshLock technology is available in all of Gain's detergent and fabric softener scent variants.
London, Jan 12 (ANI): Based on the results of a recent research, scientists are hopeful that installing a home water softener can help relieve children's eczema symptoms.
Wacker has developed a new silicone softener emulsion for the hydrophilic finishing of textiles.
I did my master's thesis in groundwater geology at Wayne State University in Detroit and found that a household water softener can add up to 1,000 pounds of sodium chloride annually per household.