The Buy Me A Pie! Grocery List App For iOS And Android Devices

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of “Buy Me a Pie!” grocery list for SponsoredTweets. All opinions are 100% mine.

At first glance, I thought the look and feel of the app looked liked a recipe list with all the food listings looking like ingredients. But that was during the first time I ran the app.

After all, I wanted a grocery list app to help me with my shopping and thought of trying the Buy Me A Pie! Grocery List app.

Once I sifted through how it works, I finally got the hang of it.

Really. I am not much of a tech junkie but if I was able to understand easily on how to use the app, I am sure that you too can get the hang of it quickly. And this is because the user interface was designed for any user to be able to add and remove items in the list.

One of the things I hate with traditional groceries is having a list to keep tabs on what I need to buy at the grocery. For one thing, using the app, you can scrap that list and check it from within your smartphone.

Even better is that you can keep your lists in sync with your family or friends by sharing your account. With this feature, anybody that you shared your account with can add or change items on the go from anywhere using any device.

The best way to appreciate how the app can help you with your grocery duties is to use it. Try it!

The “Buy Me a Pie!” grocery list is available for iOS and Android devices, both for smartphones and tablets. Got an Apple Watch? It works there too!

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How To Care For Your Swords

From sabras to replica anime swords, proper care is essentially to maintaining your sword. In fact, improper care, cleaning and storage are the common cause of damage to swords. Because of this, we have complied the following tips to guide you through the right way to care for your swords.

Sword Cleaning Tips
• Use a clean, microfiber cloth to carefully wipe the blade of the sword.
• After you have cleaned the blade, oil it with a thin layer of baby oil. Depending on the type of blade you have and the manufacturer recommended instructions, you should oil the blade once every 1 to 6 months.
• The handle of the sword will also need cleaning. For wood handles and scabbard, use lemon oil, varnish, wax or lacquer to thoroughly clean all wooden parts. For brass components, use a polish designed for brass.
• Wax any leather elements that are featured on the sword with a high quality paste wax designed for use on leather.

Sword Caring Tips
• No matter how much you want to, don’t bang your sword against another sword, such as performing a theatrical duel, unless your sword is designed for such actions.
• Don’t bang the sword against any hard surface or object. Doing so could leave dents and various other damage on the sword.

Sword Storing Tips
• Never store the sword in its leather scabbard for an extended period of time. Moisture that naturally occurs in the leather will lead to rapid oxidizing. You can, however, store the sword in a scabbard with a wooden care if you properly oil the blade for storing.
• Keeping a light coating of oil, as we discussed in the Cleaning Tip section, will help prevent the blade from rusting.
• Refraining from excess touching of the blade. The oils naturally found in our skin are actually bade for metal. If, however, you have to handle the blade, make sure to wipe off fingerprints after each handling.
• If you find your blade has a bit or rust, use WD40 cleaner to remove it. For extreme rust problems, consider seeking the help of a professional sword restorer. They will be able to determine the best method and action to remove stubborn rust and bring the sword back to its once pristine appearance.

Proper care, cleaning, storing and preventative action will help prolong the life of your sword. When in doubt about how to correctly care for your sword, it’s better to be safe than sorry so always consult with a trusted professional.

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