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Past issues healing after cesarean just had my 6th C-section and my last but need advice

Hi everyone.. my name is Stephanie rather be called Steph though. I’m 32 years old and now have 6 little girls my youngest and last kid I’ll ever have was just born January 8th, 2023. She was born at 33 weeks unexpectedly due to Sunday morning I started to bleed to the point where blood was pouring

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How to Clean an Espresso Machine

To clean an espresso machine, start by unplugging it and taking it apart. Then, scrub all the removable parts with soapy water and a sponge. Next, rinse the parts with clean water and dry them with a towel. Finally, reassemble the machine and plug it in. If it has a drip tray, the best way to clean

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How to Clean Granite Counter Tops

How to clean granite countertops Assuming your granite countertops are new or in good condition, you should only need to perform a light cleaning. First, use mild dish soap and warm water to cleanse the surface. You can use a granite-safe cleaner and a soft cloth if there are any tough stains.

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To Clean a Microwave Oven

You only need a bowl of water, lemon juice, and a sponge. 1.      First, remove any food or grease from the oven.  2.      Next, mix the water and lemon juice and soak the sponge.  3.      Finally, scrub the ins

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How to Clean a Trash Compactor 

1.      The best way to clean a trash compactor is to unplug it from the power source. 2.      Next, use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe the inside and outside of the unit.  3.      If there is any food or debris build-up, u

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To Clean a Garbage Disposal

1.     Carefully remove any large chunks of food with a slotted spoon and use a stiff brush to remove particles from the blades.   2.     If your disposal smells bad, pour a cup of white vinegar down the drain, and let it sit for 30 minutes.   3.   

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How to Clean a Refrigerator

To clean the inside of a refrigerator: Start by emptying the fridge and removing everything from the shelves.  Wipe down the shelves with a damp cloth and a vinegar-water solution.  Next, clean the fridge's inside with a vinegar-water solution and a sponge.  Rinse the spo

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How to Clean a Coffee Pot

How to clean a coffee pot: 1. Remove the coffee pot from the coffee maker. 2. Pour out any coffee or water that is inside the pot. 3. Fill the coffee pot with warm water and a drop of dish soap 4. Swirl the water inside the pot, then pour it out. 5. Rinse the coffee pot with warm water. 6.

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How to Clean a Toaster

1. Unplug the toaster. 2. Remove the crumb tray and empty it. 3. Use a pastry brush or vacuum attachment to remove any crumbs from the toaster. 4. Use a damp cloth to wipe down the toaster's exterior. 5. Use a damp cloth or toothpick to clean crumbs from the toaster slots. 6. Allow the toast

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How to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances

Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, carbon, and chromium. The main difference between it and regular steel is that it doesn’t rust. It’s more expensive and harder to work with, but it’s worth it in the long run. To clean stainless steel kitchen appliances, use a damp cloth and a gentle cleanser lik

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