rip. 5 Sweep and lightly mop your floor after every rehearsal and performance. Even if you have no props or liquid onstage, your dancers will app reciate coming off stage with clean feet. If there will be tap dancers using the marley, clean up is especially important, as the tap shoes can c ause a build-up of aluminum oxide (a thin, gooey substance). Do not use any abrasive floor cleaners on the marley. Certain chemicals can damage t he vinyl, not to mention that if your dancers are barefoot, harsh cleaners are the last thing they will want on their skin.1 Unplug the amplifier free invitaion templates from its electrical outlet. 2 Access the transformer by removing the screws that hold the back cover onto the amplifier. Often, the back of the amplifier is open to allow for increased airflow. If it is, you can skip this step. 3 Remove the wire nuts that secure both wires extending from international association of unity churches the transformer to the electrical cord. Mark the cord so you know which wire goes to which wire extending from the transformer. 4 Unplug any wiri .
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