I Need Tip on How to Make a Boy Teenage Room so When People Enter My Room Know Its a Teenage Room ?

A couple of posters of your favourite bands or singers on the wall.lf you have any sporting trophies,put them on the desk.Maybe some trendy curtains and bed linen will help. Some books on hobbies or sports that you are interested in scattered around will fill a few spots here and there

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What is the most disgusting thing you've ever seen in your life?

I worked in the laundry of a 200 bed nursing home. I've seen everything that could come down through the laundry chute. Everything had to be taken out of the bags and sorted. Personal patient clothes (personals) mostly urine, food, sometimes faeces. These had to be separated from the "whites" or bed linen. Also the "pads" some call them "soakers," the thick cloth squares they put under the old folks when they laid in bed, or in the seats when they sat down. There were "clothes protectors" we were not allowed to call them "bibs" While we did not have to wash diapers, because they were disposable, we had to call those "briefs", not diapers.Then there were the bed covers afghans, and towels and face cloths. You put gloves on and sorted fast as you could, and shoved things in great washers. When they were done, things went in dryers. When that was done, there was folding and hanging and separating personal clothes. People were always bitching because they could not find their relative's clothing items. Well, did you write their names on them?All this fast as you could go, we were always short of help. I saw and got used to blood, urine, faeces, puke any kind of bodily fluid you could mention. We had to be careful of "sharps". Needles that accidentally were thrown in with the laundry items. There were always false teeth, watches, glasses, you name it, we found it.OK now I have set the scene, the grossest thing I ever saw that made me feel sick.A full colostomy bag. That was disgusting. I was so disgusted I went to the section (the bags were labeled on the outside as to floor and section) and screamed at the person on the nurses station. I do not care if it was RN, CNA or whoever the hell it was.Totally disgusting. I worked there for 5 years, yelled and screamed at by the bosses, just for $8.50/hr and cheap-ass health insurance. But at least it was health insurance

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HOW TO CHOOSE BED LINEN

Are you planning to buy some new bedding but just do not know what - or how - to choose? Fabrics, washing instructions, sizes. here are a few tips from Gautier to help you make the right choice. Bed linen comes in a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, linen, polycotton, blends, polyester microfibre and bamboo viscose. Cotton is the most common fabric and also comes in a number of different finishes: • Percale: this closely woven fine cotton looks almost like satin and is very soft to the touch. This is the most comfortable, high-quality fabric for bed linen. • Satin: this is also a closely woven fabric that is used for quality bed linen. It is also very supple and warm in winter. Some people love the glossiness of satin, others hate it - it's all a matter of taste. • Cotton jersey: soft, cosy and stretchy, jersey is often used for fitted sheets because it takes on the shape of the mattress. • Flannel: with its fleecy feel, this fabric is popular in the long, cold nights of autumn and winter because it is so warm and cosy. • Linen: this natural material is pleasantly cool in summer and cosily warm in winter. Linen ages well and is very tough. • In order to make the right choice, it's a good idea to actually see and touch the fabrics in order to fully appreciate them and compare their quality. Matching or mismatching, white, striped, exotic, with or without patterns, colourful, themed, chic, neutral. tastes and colours vary wildly, but here are a few tips to remember when choosing colours: • Neutral, softer colours will age better. For example, white is not affected by fashion and you will tire of it less quickly. • If you are not sure, remember that you can choose your bed linen based on the colour scheme of your bedroom decor, furniture, curtains or other accessories. • We are used to seeing bedrooms with matching fabrics, but it is currently fashionable to mix colours and materials. Mismatched cushions, pillowcases that are very different from the duvet cover, different fabrics for the fitted sheet and top sheet - are you brave enough? It is advisable to change your bed linen every two weeks. The body releases sweat during the night, which can encourage the proliferation of dust mites. It is important to air the sheets every day, but this is not enough to prevent them. And finally, what size should you choose? Here is a summary of bed dimensions and corresponding bed linen sizes. • For a queen size bed (160 x 190 cm): duvet cover 240 x 220 or 260 x 240 cm, sheet 240 x 300/310 cm or 270 x 301 cm, fitted sheet 160 x 200 cm.

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Even if you are treating it you need to think about where it may have left its mark and clean up - and that includes the bed linen and carpet as well as socks, slippers and shoes.Wash the bed sheets at a high temperature to kill the fungus off in the washing machine; if you use a low temperature then you will just spread it around onto other washing.Don't forget towels and bath mats, too.Another fungal infection is Candida albicans (also called thrush) which can get into your bed from the body and would be removed through thorough, regular laundering of bedding.Yeast infections You can get yeast infections on the skin, and they can cause problems in folds of skin where there may be moisture, and in your nether regions. Your bed may be a perfect breeding ground for such yeasts, and so again the sheets need to be washed regularly and at a hot temperature.Viruses If you have a cold or flu then you need to crank up the washing regime and change the bedding more frequently to protect your partner.The virus spreads as much from being sneezed on as hand to mouth contact, so dirty tissues in the bed are a no-no - have a bin next to the bed and try to contain the viruses to your side of the bed.Dust Mites Dust mites (Dermatophagoides) are microscopic organisms that munch their way through dead skin. They don't carry diseases, but can cause allergy problems in some members of the population.It is estimated that humans shed around 10g of skin a day, giving dust mites a great feed.When they poo, an enzyme is released, which causes allergies in some people.These allergies can lead to conditions such as asthma, and rhinitis - a constant blocked, itchy, runny or sneezy nose. According to ENT physicians this can cause sinusitis and ear problems.Dust mites collect in areas where they don't get disturbed, such as the bedroom, in mattresses and even in pillows. It is thought that 10 per cent of the weight of a two-year old pillow may be composed of dust mites and their droppings.So what do you need to do for a healthy bed?1. First, get rid of the dust! Vacuum the room and around and under the bed, and the mattress and send your duvet off to be cleaned. Wash pillows if they can be washed and tumble dry to stop clumping - or send them off to the laundry as well.Use pillow protectors on your nice clean (or new) pillows and a mattress protector - you can wash these easily. Spray the mattress with Dettol all in one Disinfectant Spray when having a spring or autumn clean, and destroy any nasty germs and bugs that may be lurking there.2. Wash bedding at above 60C if you can, or even higher - I have white cotton and go to 90C. This blitzes everything - but if you have more delicate fabrics, then wash at a lower temperature but always use a laundry cleanser. Remember bacteria grow best at body temperature, so a 30-40 degree wash isn't going to do the job without a laundry cleanser.3. Wash bedding once a week if you can, or at least every two weeks.4. Have a shower before bed - then you keep the dirt down! At the very least, wash your hands before bed time.5. Wash nightwear every three days.6. Have some anti-bacterial wipes handy in case you have any spills.7. If you have a cat or dog and allow it on the bed, get a blanket for them to lie on and wash that every week at least.8. If someone is ill, step up the cleaning and launder the linen more frequently.
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