popejubal t1_jeesq87 wrote

In related news, when there's a study done on injuries in hospitals, it's a controlled study with trained medical professionals.


...but I'm still going to perform first aid on myself or others when there's an immediate injury and professional medical help isn't available.


popejubal t1_jacfcno wrote

You didn’t scroll down far enough.

Washing Machines Vinegar is sometimes used as a fabric softener or for getting rid of stains and odors in laundry. But as with dishwashers, it can damage the rubber seals and hoses in some washing machines to the point of causing leaks. It’s a problem that Steven Grayson, owner of Foothills Appliance Service in Wilkesboro, N.C., sees fairly frequently. “With continual use, vinegar can literally melt hoses, causing leaks and thereby possibly all kinds of additional damage to the house,” says Grayson. In his experience, front-load washers are especially susceptible to vinegar-related damage.


popejubal t1_jace177 wrote

“No cons” @OP says.

Continual use of vinegar can destroy the seals in your washing machine and dishwasher. If you want to use it once that probably isn’t a problem, but don’t do it often if you want to avoid replacing or repairing your washing machine often.


Please do a quick google check before posting a tip.


popejubal t1_j66q5qb wrote

If commander X is giving press briefing alone and tells the public that the rest of the staff is DOING THE TASK instead of standing silently at the press conference contributing nothing, then the public will know. Just like most press briefings that most organizations hold. Even the White House press briefings have just the White House press secretary with a couple of assistants who stay off camera to help do things that the press secretary needs. Not a gaggle of hangers on whose job for the day is just to stand there and look imposing.


popejubal t1_j27brjm wrote

You can also use dish soap in your dishwasher. You’re washing dishes, after all. Right?

Pro tip: do NOT use dish soap in your dishwasher. Also don’t use it in your vehicle or on your door hinges. It will cause more problems than it fixes.