EXTERIOR PATIO BLINDS - NAUTICAL LAMP SHADES.
Exterior Patio Blinds
- Coming from outside
- outside: the region that is outside of something
- Forming, situated on, or relating to the outside of something
- situated in or suitable for the outdoors or outside of a building; "an exterior scene"; "exterior grade plywood"; "exterior paints"
- (in filming) Outdoor
- In topology, the exterior of a subset S of a topological space X is the union of all open sets of X which are disjoint from S. It is itself an open set and is disjoint from S. The exterior of S is denoted by
- A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
- The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.
- Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily
- Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand
- Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception
- window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds
- Patio is the debut album by Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, it was originally released on 10" vinyl only in June 1992 on the Ankst label. It was re-issued on CD in June 1995 with nine extra tracks. It is made up of a mixture of live, studio and home recordings.
- A paved outdoor area adjoining a house
- usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence
- A roofless inner courtyard in a Spanish or Spanish-American house
- A patio (from the Spanish: patio meaning 'back garden' or 'backyard') is an outdoor space generally used for dining or recreation that adjoins a residence and is typically paved.
TIC ASP-120W Architectural Series 120-Watt Exterior Patio Speakers, White
TIC Corporation ASP120-W Indoor/Outdoor Speakers ASP120-W Computer Speakers
Many companies produce outdoor speakers, but few actually specialize in the field. TIC, however, does exactly that, which is why its ASP-120W exterior patio speakers are such a find. Hailing from the company's Architectural series, the full-range 120-watt speakers feature a weatherproof design with Teflon-sealed internal cabinetry and UV-resistant ABS housing, ensuring that neither rain showers nor scorching sun will damage the circuitry. They're also switchable between 8 ohm and 70-volt applications (with settings for 2.5, 5, 10, 15, and 20 watts), so bars, resorts, or other businesses can use the speakers for commercial applications, or homeowners can simply set them up near their backyard seating area. In a pinch, listeners can also install them indoors, as they're certified for both interior and exterior use.
More importantly, the speakers sound crisp and clear thanks to the high-quality Y30 ferrite magnets and low-resonance frames. The speakers also boast 6.5-inch polypropylene cone woofers and high-density blown neoprene mounting bumpers, which combine to deliver a frequency response of 95 Hz to 20 kHz.
And unlike many exterior speakers that quickly wear down because of cheap, unreliable cabinets, the ASP-120W's housing resists infestation, mildew, and fungus growth for years of long-term performance. Additional features include five-way gold-plated binding posts that ensure a top-quality signal transfer and adjustable swinging brackets that let listeners adjust the speakers to the perfect angle. Each speaker measures 7.6 by 12 by 8.6 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 10.25 pounds.
What's in the Box
Two ASP-120W speakers, mounting brackets and fasteners, user's manual.
Cleaning Day V
So what exactly gets cleaned on MAGIC CLEANING DAY? (Oh, Christ, where do I start...) Everything, down to handles, hinges and screws. My banishing/exoricising arsenal contains four basic "tools": homemade wash, Chippy's presence, salt and whatever incense feels appropriate for the cleansing.
(AND A TOOL CD FOR THE LULZ. <- "LULZ" ARE V. IMPORTANT IN MAGIC, YOU KNOW. DEEP, HEARTY "OH, WOW, A SIGNIFICANT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR WORK FOCUSES ON CHRISTIANITY BEING A "FALSE RELIGION", HOW 16TH CENTURY OF YOU" LULZ.)
I started with creating the wash and hauling the mother of a fucking bucket of lemon-scented foamy water into the barren bedroom. Once Chippy was invoked and his incense was burning I outlined the entire room with an unbreaking line of salt (on the floor) ensuring that every threshold was "sealed" (i.e., the door and the window, hence the grains of salt swept across the windowsill in the picture above).
Once boxed in there was nothing else to do other than engage in some good, old-fashioned physical labor. The ceiling was dusted several times over, and then the walls, corners, window, vent and dresser. When the surfaces were debris-free it was time to bust out a sponge and commit myself to some serious cleaning. (<- I THINK, IN TOTAL, IT TOOK ME ABOUT 6 HOURS.)
I started with the ceiling fan (the blades, the light, the body and the dangling switches), moved to the dresser (all four walls - both exterior and interior, the handles, the hinges, the doors and the top) and then focused on the bed (all four legs, entire frame, screws, headboard - you name it, I washed it, including feeding a wash soaked towel between every wooden slate of the headboard).
Phase two of washing focused on the room itself (while phase one was primarily furniture based).
Once done with the bed I moved to smaller fixtures that I might've otherwise forgotten to do (if I had left them as the last things to clean) - dresser electrical socket, light switch, vent, the wooden door frame (both inside, outside and middle (<- physically IN the threshold)), the door's hinges and handles (both inside, outside and middle), the door itself (both inside, outside and middle), robe hooks on the back of the door, the slender floorboard that the door sits on, the draw-down blind and the electrical socket on my side of the room.
(I ONLY GOT A SHOCK //ONCE//. OKAY, MAYBE //TWICE//.)
By this point my bucket'o'magic wash was demonically dirty (<- THAT'S A JOKE...MOSTLY) and needed to be refreshed, so I tossed the contents out of the house onto the patio and refueled myself (COFFEE! GRANOLA BAR!) while the second batch of wash was being created. (Normally I do everything in one go, but this time around I decided to physically wash the walls and I didn't want to scrub glaringly white walls with dingy, blackened water.)
The last and final phase of cleaning (at least for the day) meant tackling the four walls (including their floor sideboards), radiator and every part of the window (the frame, the sill, the ledge outside and the glass).
I began with the walls, dipping a tea towel into the new batch of wash, wringing it out and sliding the sopping wet cloth over the great expanse of white. From ceiling to floor - with the help of a chair - I waxed on and waxed off, starting where the last swatch of dampness ended so there weren't any broken links or dry patches.
(Even with the window open it became a sauna; the window steamed up until it was completely opaque, and the humidity became a heavy weight bearing down on my arms and shoulders as I continually slapped the wall with a new coating of magic wash. <- BY SMOKE, BY STEAM, BY SALT AND WILL. AND, ALSO, BY THIS TIME - BY RAMMSTEIN.)
By the time I finished the last wall I was absolutely gassed, but still had the radiator and window to clean. Radiator? Piece of cake. Window? A helluva lot more effort. (Just like the door //everything// gets anally cleaned. The inside, outside and middle of the wooden frame gets washed. Then the handles and hinges, the vent above, the sill below, the ledge outside and both sides (inside, outside) of the glass.)
(Despite being on a diet (I KNOW, I KNOW, BUT I //ACTUALLY LOSE WEIGHT AND KEEPING IT OFF// UNLIKE A LOT OF OTHER VOCAL DIETERS) I felt justified in enjoying a British chipper that night. (<- CHICKEN FILLET SUPPER = AMBROSIA OF THE GODS. EFF YOUR APPLES, IDUN!))
Italics, bless his I AM MARRIED TO AN INSANE FUCKING WITCH heart, took pity on me and my aching body and performed the last important song'n'dance of my cleaning ritual that night - vacuuming the floor (to pick up the dusted debris, flaking white paint and trail of salt that outlined the perimeter of our bedroom).
And that, ladies and gentlemen (and everyone in between), is how this witch "protects" one of the most important rooms in the house - the bedroom. (<- LOL @ MY "THE FUCKING END" STATEMENT, BECAUSE I H
The general condition of the flat exterior, typically maintained by building occupants (tenants & owners alike) has been kept in a badly neglected state. In particular, the front of the flat, which hosts the entry to the entire building, is covered in black dirt which I suspect may now be a permanent stain against the white paint. In addition to this there are visible cobwebs surrounding the window frame housing their friendly inhabitants.
8.1 To keep the Garden in the same condition and style as at the commencement of the tenancy
8.2 To keep all borders, flower beds paths and patios free of weeds and in good order.
4.5. To clean or pay for the cleaning of the inside and outside of the windows and any blinds fitted in the property as often as necessary during the tenancy and within one month before
the end of the tenancy.
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