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How to Preserve a Sea Sponge

There are over 9,000 species of sea sponge around the world, with only a few species soft enough for human use. While living in their natural habitat, sponges are covered in black colored skin. The tan or light brown remains that make up the sponge are its skeletal remains. These remains are good for painting, cleaning, bath products and other uses. But if you want your sponge to last, you have to take care of it.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Natural sea sponge
Rubbing alcohol
Plastic container with lid

Put on your gloves. If don't, you risk cutting your hands on the sharp, glass-like material embedded deep inside the sponge.

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How to Preserve a Sea Sponge
There are over 9,000 species of sea sponge around the world, with only a few species soft enough for human use. While living in their natural habitat, sponges are covered in black colored skin. The tan or light brown remains that make up the sponge are its skeletal remains. These remains are good for painting, cleaning, bath products and other uses. But if you want your sponge to last, you have to take care of it.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Natural sea sponge
Rubbing alcohol
Plastic container with lid

Put on your gloves. If don't, you risk cutting your hands on the sharp, glass-like material embedded deep inside the sponge.

How to Preserve a Sea Sponge So That It Doesn't Smell
Sea sponges are marine life specimens commonly used for home decoration or body care. You can purchase them from most body care shops, or you can harvest your own. You need to thoroughly clean and preserve sea sponges that you harvest yourself so they do not become smelly.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Protective gloves
Running water
Soup pot with lid
Rubbing alcohol

Put on protective gloves. Hold the sea sponge under running water in the sink or outside under a garden spigot. Rinse the sponge out until the water runs clear.
Squeeze the sea sponge gently with both hands to remove the excess water.
Fill a soup pot large eno

Will a Natural Sponge Absorb More Water Than a Man Made Sponge?
People have used sponges for both household and hygiene purposes for centuries. Artificial sponges were developed in the 1940s by the DuPont company. Due to their attractive appearance, uniform size and superior absorbency, they have largely replaced natural sponges. Water AbsorptionA sponge draws water into itself because its surface is cellulose. Cellulose surfaces attract water molecules because the holes, nooks and crannies of the surface allow water molecules to cling. By contrast, non-cellulose surfaces such as wax or plastic will not absorb water because they do not allow water molecules to enter through their surface. In a sponge, the water spreads out along the cellulose surface

git rebase “--preserve-merges --onto” doesn't preserve merges

Using git v1.7.1 I'm trying to do a rebase with both the --preserve-merges and --onto features at the same time. The end results seems to be without the merge commits, and so appears linear. I'd rather preserve the merge commits, for the same reason that people would often use --preserve-merges (easier to see the group of commits that was logically a separate feature and developed in its own branch).

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Uses for a Buf-Puf Sponge
If you are counting pennies, Buf-Puf sponges can be an extremely economical way to clean. Instead of tossing an old sponge out after using it for your face, save it to use around the house. Buf-Puf sponges are traditionally used in facial cleaning, but they can be used for cleaning a variety of other surfaces as well. Because Buf-Puf sponges are gentle enough to use on the face, they are ideal for removing dirt and scuff marks off of vinyl and other surfaces. Wash Your FaceWet your face and Buf-Puf sponge with warm water. Apply a small amount of facial cleanser to the sponge. Use your fingers to work the cleanser into the sponge to form a lather. Gently scrub your face with the soap
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How to Use a Sponge Mop
Sponge mops provide better cleaning control than the bulkier string mops. The smaller head of the sponge mop is also better for cleaning small areas. It's also easier to wring out sponge mops than string mops, which makes sponge mops better for damp mopping surfaces that shouldn't get too wet, such as wood floors. Sponge mops may also be used to clean walls and ceilings or apply finishes. Lightweight, easy to use, versatile and inexpensive, this mop has a place in almost any household.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Sponge mop
Floor cleaner
Sink or bathtub

Sweep the surface well with a broom before mopping with a sponge mo

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How to Dry Out a Sponge
Sponges allow easy cleanups for kitchen and bathroom spills, but are notorious for harboring harmful bacteria if they are not properly sanitized and dried out. A wet sponge is a breeding ground for bacteria and easily becomes the source of germs rather than preventing them if left untreated. Throw sponges out once they have a sour smell or if they begin to look dingy to protect your home and yourself from germs, according to Good Housekeeping.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

3/4 cup bleach
1 gallon water
Medium-sized bowl

Fill the medium-sized bowl with 1 gallon of warm water and pour 3/4 cup bleach into the bowl.
Submerge the

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How to Use a Sea Sponge as a Pessary
It isn't uncommon for women to experience some degree of pelvic-wall prolapse. This can lead to leaking urine when the woman coughs, sneezes, laughs or does other vigorous activity. A pessary is a device, usually made of silicon, inserted high up into the vagina to provide additional support to the pelvic wall. Some women prefer to use sea sponges as a pessary. The sea sponges are completely natural and some women find them more comfortable than pessaries inserted by the doctor. Insert a sea sponge pessary in a manner similar to inserting a tampon.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Sea sponge
Scissors, optional

Wet the sea

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What Is Sponge Coral?
Sponge coral is known scientifically as melithaea ochracea, and despite its name, it is not a sponge at all. Instead, it is a type of coral that has a spongelike appearance. Sponge coral is imported to the United States from Asia, and it is popularly used in jewelry. Sponge coral may be rough or it may be polished smooth into beads or pendents. GeographySponge coral is primarily found in the South China Sea, in waters close to Taiwan and stretching south to Indonesia. According to JCK, a jewelry industry website, since sponge coral is not endangered, it may be imported to the United States with an import-export license/federal fish and wildlife permit from the U.S. Department of the Inter
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DIY Gauze Sponge
Doctors and nurses use gauze sponges to clean and dress wounds, and to apply medicine. The soft sponges, made to be thicker than regular gauze, are commonly found in first aid kits and used at home to treat minor scrapes, burns and injuries. You can make your own gauze sponges with a few common medical supplies found in pharmacies and supermarkets.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Gauze roll
First aid tape

Fold the end of a clean gauze roll in about 1/4 of an inch to conceal the frayed, cut end. Lint from the cut end can get into a wound, causing irritation.
Fold the gauze roll in as far as the desired length

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About Sponge Painting
Applying paint to a surface using a dried aquatic animal may not sound very artistic, yet the method has been embraced by many as one of the easiest ways to cover a surface and make its defects almost completely undetectable. The inference is to the art of sponge painting, usually completed with the assistance of a dried sea sponge that allows the artist to achieve a realistic faux texture with varying types of paint mediums. HistoryWhile some may assume that sponge painting is a fairly new concept, the style of painting has been around since the early 1800s, when the interest in home decorating began to increase in popularity. Before the introduction of wallpaper, there was paint. Artist

DIY: Sanding Sponge
A sanding sponge is a tool with an abrasive surface on one side that is used in the sanding of drywall. The sanding sponge is used for wet sanding, which produces less dust. The sandpaper is slightly damp, allowing residue from the drywall to stick to it.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Foam sponge
Double-sided tape
Bucket of water

Cut the sandpaper so it covers three sides of a foam sponge that has six flat faces -- or cuboid-shaped -- and is small enough to grip comfortably with your hand. Use sandpaper with a lower grit count -- around 40 to 60 -- if you are repairing a heavily damaged surface that requires a large amount of s

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Sea Sponge Types
Despite their plant-like appearance, sponges are primitive animals that live in the ocean. Live sponges come in a variety of shapes and colors and although most are relatively small, select species can attain a diameter of over 6 feet. Sponges have neither organs nor true tissues. The internal structure of sponges incorporates a network of chambers and canals that connect to the multiple pores covering the surface of the body. These creatures feed by filtering nutrients from sea water, which they draw in through their pores. Numerous SpeciesScientists have identified and described over 5,000 different species of sea sponges. These animals vary in body form, size and color. Although many s
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How to Dissect a Sea Sponge
Sponges are primitive animals that are permanently attached to rocks and coral skeletons on the sea bed. A sponge's body consists of thousands of pores that filter the ocean water for nutrients and oxygen. Sponges do not have digestive, circulatory or nervous systems and are composed of a loose assemblage of cells rather than the specialized tissues of other animals.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need

Laboratory tap
Dissection pan
Dissection microscope

Choose a sponge and remove it from the communal dish, using forceps. Handle the sponge carefully, so as not to crush its internal support system. Spon

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How to Sterilize a Sea Sponge
Sea sponges have long been used for bathing and scrubbing. The ancient Greeks even used them for this purpose. With the modern preference for more natural products, sea sponges are popular once again. Sea sponges naturally accumulate less bacteria and mold than synthetic ones, but as they do last a long time, you will probably want to clean/sterilize them at some point. As they are so resistant to problems with bacteria, you can now even buy reusable, environmentally friendly tampons made with sea sponge material. In fact, coastal dwelling women have used sea sponges in this way for centuries. Sea sponges are hypoallergenic and, as they are a natural product, are fully biodegradable.Difficul

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How to Disinfect a Sponge
Sponges sop up more than messes. They also absorb germs and bacteria. This is a quick and easy way to kill much of these germs and extend the life of your kitchen sponge.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need

Kitchen Sponge

Rinse your sponge several times, soaking it fully and wringing it dry.
Soak your sponge thoroughly and squeeze out only the excess water. Be certain the sponge is still wet.
Place the sponge in a microwave and microwave it on high power for one minute.
Let the sponge cool for several minutes before removing it from the microwave.
Resume using your sponge, confident that you are actually cleaning and

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