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Taking a bath everyday
Boiling of water
Boiling is the process by which liquids are heated beyond their "boiling point" and undergoes the
change from the liquid phase to the gaseous phase. Boiling is the converse process of
condensation, in which an element or molecule in it's gaseous phase is converted to a liquid.
Boiling in the mountainsThe higher the elevation, the lower the boiling point of water. The
reason for this is that the boiling point of water is linked to the air pressure where the water
is. As water gets hotter, it changes to water vapor. When enough water vapor is produced, the
pressure of the water vapor will exactly equal the pressure of the air over the water. When a tiny
bit more water vapor is produced, the water vapor now has MORE pressure than the air, so a
bubble is produced. Boiling is lots of these bubbles forming at the same time.
The lower the air pressure, the less water vapor pressure that you need to boil - so the boiling can
start at a lower temperature.
Removing stains
Beverages (coffee,
tea, soft drinks,
wine, alcoholic
1. Sponge or soak stain in cool water.
2. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent, liquid detergent booster or
paste of powder laundry product and water.
3. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
NOTE: Older stains may respond to pretreating or soaking in a product containing enzymes,

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