Recycled Aluminum in Outdoor Patio Products

Recycled aluminum is useful in many areas of the manufacturing process. The American Aluminum Association states that aluminum is used in building automobiles, NASA is exploring aluminum for components of its next spacecraft, aluminum roofs are becoming more popular, aluminum siding has been used for years on home and mobile homes, aluminum foil has been used for years in food and packaging for pharmaceuticals, electricians have used aluminum wire in building homes since 1901 and there are probably many more left off this list. The beauty of aluminum is that it is 100% recyclable. Aluminum is used repeatedly and never looses any of its properties in the recycling process. There are many companies that recycle aluminum. Some melt the aluminum …

Wild Birds– What do they prefer at their feeding station?

Each and every wild bird has their own favorite meals, but the popular sunflower seeds are known to be the favorite among seed-eater birds. This is important information for bird enthusiasts who may want to attract a variety of wild birds to their backyard feeders. This information also explains why sunflower seed is the major ingredient in wild bird seed mixes. There is a wide variety of wild bird seed mixes to choose from for bird feeding, but most mixes are not a favorite among wild birds. There are three main tips for purchasing wild bird seed. The first tip would be to check the label. Smart shoppers usually check the label when they buying food for their families these …

Hummingbird Information- Helpful information about the popular hummingbird!

Your hummingbird feeders need to be cleaned, and the humming bird nectar needs to be changed every 3-4 days. If black spots are visible inside your hummingbird feeder, it can be a sign of mold and you will need to scrub it out with a stiff thistle brush. If you can’t reach the spots with a brush, you can mix some sand and water together and shake the feeder vigorously to remove the mold. Never use harsh detergent to clean your hummingbird feeder. Rinse the feeder out with hot water each time you change your nectar. If you do this on a regular basis you should not have a problem with mold growing inside of the feeder. Pesty ants can …