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Bedding is perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about what you'll need in college. Most college dorms supply students with twin or extra-long twin beds. When searching for twin and extra-long twin sheets, I looked for the lowest pricing from each retailer that included the comforter and standard pillowcases. IKEA featured the lowest set , priced at $8. 99. However, Bed Bath and Beyond truly went beyond by including an additional two decorative pillows. This is perhaps why the cost is a bit pricey compared to the other retailers, however for some, the two decorative pillows may be worth it. Hoping to find something to hold everyday dirty laundry, I searched all laundry bags, bins, and baskets to... Dorm Co's Cheap Pop Up Hamper priced at $2. 89 was the lowest in price, however, depending on your personal preference—you may prefer a basket, bag, or bin—you may find that the extra dollar or two is worth it. IKEA featured a plastic laundry... Although Wal-Mart's was priced the highest, its hamper appeared very durable and sturdy. Wal-Mart did offer a "hosiery bag" for $3. 99, however, since this bag was made with the intention of holding solely delicates, it quite didn't fit the criteria of holding a student's everyday laundry. Target and Bed Bath and Beyond both offered a laundry bag, only having a one dollar price difference between them. Clamp lamps tend to be very useful for students. These types of lamps allow students to simply clip the lamp to a desk, allowing for late study nights. Dorm Co's lamp was the least costly out of the five retailers. However, I caught Dorm Co's cheapest lamp during a "Weekly Deal Price. " What was once originally priced at $9. 90 dropped to $7. 37. What I found particularly interesting about Dorm Co's Essential College Clip Light was that it could be plugged in by USB or outlet. My only question when viewing this product was whether or not the light bulb was included or built in. IKEA'S clip lamp priced at $14. 99 was the store's lowest available online. Although pricey compared to the other retailers, the LED Clamp Spotlight has an LED light built in. Be aware, though, that assembly is required. Wal-Mart's Your Zone Clip Lamp With Bulb priced at $9. 00 requires no assembly and as the name. Source: www.consumerreports.org
The smoke and smell from burning wildfires like those in the West can create unhealthy air quality both outside and inside your home. If local authorities have asked you to evacuate your home, you should listen. If not, you can check local air quality at airnow. Type in your zipcode to get detailed information and also check the wildfire map. Here are some dos and don’ts for dealing with wildfire smoke inside your home plus some air purifier picks from Consumer Reports tests. How to clear the air Keep doors and windows and fireplace dampers closed. Even if you have a portable air cleaner, it can become overwhelmed when too many particles are in the air and won’t clean as effectively. Buy extra filters to have on hand. Activated charcoal filters typically need to be changed every three months. But you may need to change them more often if wildfire smoke hangs in the air for days or weeks. A lingering smoke smell while the air purifier is running is a sign you need to switch to a higher setting, or change the filter if the unit is already on high. Run your window or central air. But set the fan on recirculate or close the fresh air intake so smoky air isn’t coming in. And remember to change that filter too. In Consumer Reports’ tests of whole-house air purifiers , Filtrete’s Healthy Living Ultimate Allergen Reduction 1900 MPR , $20, did an impressive job of removing smoke and dust. Don't make matters worse. Burning candles or wood in the fireplace and smoking cigarettes or other tobacco products will add to the smoke in your home. And don’t vacuum when air quality is at its worse as it can stir up particles already in your home. Source: www.consumerreports.org
How to avoid it Don’t rely on caller-ID. Scammers can easily spoof legit phone numbers, making it appear that they are calling from your bank or credit union. Don’t fall for it. Just hang up. Banks don’t call to ask for customer account information. They already have it. Hang up if anyone – via prerecorded message or live agent - asks for your card number, PIN, security code, expiration date, or other personal information. Check with your financial institution. Security breaches happen, and banks and credit unions may contact customers about fraud on their accounts, but don’t take a call or text or email as the truth. Use independent means, such as signing in to the bank’s website or calling the bank directly yourself using the phone number on the bank of your card, to find out what’s really up with your account. Join with us. Robocall scammers shouldn’t be able to get to us. That’s why we and more than 300,000 others are calling on the phone companies to provide us with tools to stop robocalls as part of the End Robocalls campaign. Just last week the Federal Communications Commission called on the phone companies to do more to stop robocalls and spam texts. It's time for the phone companies to act. Join with us as we work to get the phone companies to do what the FCC and their customers want and need them to do. — Christina Tetreault Source: www.consumerreports.org
Brace yourselves for back to school spending. According to a poll conducted by the National Retail Federation, out of 6,400 adults with college aged kids, nearly 30 percent plan to spend more on supplies for back to school season this year than they
“We wanted some openness, but not so much that guests sitting in the living room can see dirty dishes, pots and pans,” Church said. So Soundy designed a sloping divider between the kitchen and living room that evokes the contours of the mountains
The smoke and smell from burning wildfires like those in the West can create unhealthy air quality both outside and inside your home. If local authorities have asked you to evacuate your home, you should listen. If not, you can check local air quality
M&T Bank is warning its customers about a robocall scam that aims to gather customer debit card numbers, reports Rochester's Democrat and Chronicle. Sadly, this scam has been around for some time, targeting customers of banks and credit unions all over
Predictably, the media immediately saw the elephant in the room that came with Obama's support of Aussie gun control, and promptly shoved it out the door, hoping that no one would notice what the Great Divider was suggesting. What these outlets
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