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Dust Cleaning

dust cleaning

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • A fine powder

  • fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air; "the furniture was covered with dust"

  • Fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air

  • Any material in the form of tiny particles

  • remove the dust from; "dust the cabinets"

  • debris: the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

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The Dust Busting Chronicles: Cleaning My Way Through Ovarian Cancer

The Dust Busting Chronicles: Cleaning My Way Through Ovarian Cancer

The Dust Busting Chronicles: Cleaning My Way Through Ovarian Cancer details the horrific and life-altering battle against ovarian cancer during a harrowing 19-month period. The story relays the logistical challenges of a life-threatening disease, and explores poignant moments of hope, anger, frustration and defeat.The story begins with the author packing up her life in New Jersey, after the loss of her life partner, Lyse. The ensuing chapters disclose the cancer experience in compelling detail. Chemotherapy treatments begin, and the couple adjusts to a regimen of infusions, disabling side effects, and a mountain of pills. Cheryl's obsessive-compulsive disorder grows in scope as Lyse's medical challenges put a strangle hold on all areas of their life. The story gives the reader an intimate view of the dark side of the author's coping mechanism and the stress that accompanies her rituals. The first chemotherapy regimen results in a good report, but several months later, the couple receives discouraging news. Two more chemotherapy protocols follow and both yield disastrous results. The final three weeks of Lyse's life, spent at Holy Name Hospital, were dramatic, tender, and passionate. The concluding chapter is a matter-of-fact but moving account of accepting things, even death, as they are, loving so deeply it's painful, and coming through on the other side. Those of us left on this side will move forward, alone, but having loved in such a way that that is all we truly remember in the end. Fifty percent of the profits from the sale of "The Dust Busting Chronicles: Cleaning My Way Through Ovarian Cancer" will be donated to: The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, Inc.14 Pennsylvania PlazaSuite 1400New York, NY 10122Phone:

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Sensor Clean No 1

Sensor Clean No 1

Finally plucked up the courage to clean my Canon 400D Sensor. I've had the camera for 18 months and collected lots of dust during that time.
(Best Viewed large)

Left Image : Taken prior to cleaning. You can see several dust spots.
Right Image : Taken after cleaning. Significant improvement.
(The pictures show approx 1/4 of the sensor area)

Cleaning process.
Under the last menu on the LCD screen you will see "Sensor Cleaning : Manual" option.
Select this and you will see this message;

"Mirror will go up. Clean the sensor".

Click on ok. You will hear the mirror lock up.

Now remove your lens.

Unwrap a Digi Pad Type 5 and add 2-3 drops of Eclipse E2 Cleaner to the end of the pad.

Slowly and gently wipe one side of the Digi-pad just once across the full width of the sensor from left to right.

Then wipe the other side of the Digi-pad across the full width of the sensor from left to right.

Now switch the camera off.

Replace your lens, switch the camera on and take a picture.

217 2011 dust

217 2011 dust

Dusting, cleaning, weeding. Oh, and washing - almost forgot the washing (two loads). Now for the ironing - gosh, the fun never stops!

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