Hi You most likely will not lose your Angelfish. It is very rare for fish to get tangled up in the plants. I've been breeding Angelfish for over 30 years now & only once have I had one get tangled in the plants. He lived for 15 years afterward.
I would add some aquarium salt to the tank. The salt will prevent most infections.
My hair gets tangled very quickly and is very frizzy after a hair wash. What can i do to make it sleek?
Get the John Frieda Root Awakening shampoo, conditioner, and detangling spray (I haven't tried the smoothing lotion but I'm sure it would work great too). I've been using it myself for a couple of months and it has completely changed my hair. It makes your hair so soft and shiny. It got rid of most of my frizziness. Also, the detangling spray will help your hair to not be so tangled so you can brush it out easily. You can get it at Wal-mart. Go to youtube.com and type in "root awakening reviews" and you'll see what I mean. Hope I helped! :)
How do I sew a 4-thread mock safety stitch without the lower threads getting tangled on my serger?
Fix for most sudden serger troubles:
1) Remove all thread from the machine... even take the cones off the spindles.
2) Quick de-linting
3) Change needles
4) Rethread in the specified order
My guess is that you've got a slightly dinged needle that is causing a timing issue so the stitches aren't forming correctly.
See if your library has a copy of "Ultimate Serger Answer Guide" -- it's an excellent troubleshooting guide for new sergists. My copy lived next to the serger for the first year or so I owned the machine!
How do I use shampoo without getting my hair tangled?
brush your hair before you get in the shower and still clean your hair in circular motions but after run ur fingers through it quickly and then condition. after you get out of the shower brush your hair immedaitely. this routine almost always works for me should you should be good.
get some detaingleing spray or conditioner mixed into water so it sprays well, and have someone else gently try and untangle the hair as the spray is sprayed on there, and if all else fails, you will have to cut it out
How do I keep my hair form getting tangled and stringy?
Use hairspray. If leave-in-conditioners don't work, then spray in hairspray. When you get out of the shower, towel-dry your hair, but make sure that it's a bit damp. Then quickly brush your hair so there's no knots, spray in the leave-in-conditioner, then spray the hairspray. I recommend Herbal Essences hairspray. It's extra-hold, so it works pretty well.
What are good products to use for frizzy tangled curly hair?
What I do is I use a shampoo for dry hair and then a very intensive condition which I leave on for twenty minutes. The one I'm using just now is boots 'heat protection intensive conditioner'. Then, while your hair is wet, it's a good idea to put a bit of mousse in it so that it keeps that volume but the frizz goes. You should get the tangles out your hair with a comb rather than a brush so that you prevent getting split ends and your hair will be healthier and not as frizzy!
Then put in loads of straightening serum for frizzy hair (there are loads, just go to your local morrissons or something and stuff like John Frida and Tresemme work great). Once you've put it evenly in your hair, you should then take a brush and blow dry your hair straight. Once you've done this straighten your hair but make sure you don't damage it as it will become harder to manage this way.
Make sure you change the products you use quite frequently. As in, once you've finished a bottle of boots intensive conditioner you should buy a different intensive conditioner by someone else. If you don't, the product will simply stop working. Make sure to finish your hair off with a LITTLE bit of wax.
To begin with, it'll take forever till your hair seems presentable but after you've done this to it for a couple of months it starts becoming much easier and your hair will start looking a lot better even when you leave it natural.