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Optical lens coating

10th February 2012
Wear-resistant membrane (hard tooling): Whether it is inorganic material or organic material glass, in daily use, due to the friction with dust or grit (silicon oxide), it will cause the lens wear. There are scratches in the surface of the lens. Compared ... Read >
Author: mhc007

Environmental Solutions Ė Composting Toilets Facts And Information

31st January 2012
We have learned about compost and environment when we were in grade school. Compost is an organic matter, in case you have forgotten. Organic material such as plants, animals and other substances that came from living organisms are recycled and made as fe... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Mold Prevention & Mold Removal

20th January 2012
Most of the prevention can be done by paying attention to details that we will describe bellow. Here are a few small tips that can prevent big problems during the winter season in northern climates like Canada: a) Wipe off condensation build up whe... Read >
Author: Michiel Van Kets

How to Stretch Your Shoes

11th May 2011
Girls have a difficulty with their new shoes that are a bit also tight each now and then. If your sneakers really feel a tiny tight, fret not, since there are plenty of excellent techniques to stretch your sneakers. Whether you want to do it yourself or s... Read >
Author: MarkApplegate

The fututre of Bio-batteries

04th February 2011
Ever thought of powering your battery with your blood, urine or sweat? If you are really tired of traditional batteries based on chemical electrolyte because of their hazardous effects and low life, donít regret. Itís time to look for the bio-batteries. B... Read >
Author: Sami

What Do Jellyfish Eat?

17th August 2010
Jellyfish are structurally simple invertebrates, with no specialized system for processes such as circulation or digestion. Therefore, the process of consuming food must be relatively simple. Jellyfish have a small digestive cavity that contains their gul... Read >
Author: Cam

Organic Matter and Your Lawns Soil

12th August 2010
Of all the components of soil, organic matter is probably the most important and most misunderstood. It serves as a reservoir of nutrients and water in the soil, aids in reducing compaction and surface crusting, and increases water, air and nutrient infil... Read >
Author: SWStout

Reasons To Consider Replacing Your Wood Balusters (Spindles) With Iron

17th February 2010
Any person considering stairway renovation has to analyze and subsequently take into account the kind of baluster installation that he or she is going to include in the stairway remodeling process. As a matter of fact, this analysis often ends up includin... Read >
Author: Robinson

Basic Facts About Pearls

10th December 2009
Wouldn't it be nice to find real pearls from edible oysters? That would be the day when eating edible oysters would bring in not only food for the table but also pearl for jewelry. However, such thing is next to impossible considering that pearls do not g... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Top Dressing Lawn: Mix Up The Perfect Top Dressing Lawn.

25th November 2009
Here are some great tips about your Top Dressing Lawn and how to produce the right mixtures, so you will be able to easily sustain your lawn. You must add a fine layer of top dressing to the top of your lawn yearly, you can create the mixtue. Lets start w... Read >
Author: Richard Willard

Importance & Functions of Amino acids

17th September 2009
A Dutch chemist by the name of G J Mulder described a certain organic material as "unquestionably the most important of all known substances" in the organic kingdom. He made this discovery in 1838. The chief phenomena of life are produced through its mean... Read >
Author: nandita sarkar

The Truth About Wood Gasification

06th March 2009
Wood gasification is the process of turning wood into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting the raw material (wood) at high temperatures with a controlled amount of oxygen. Without oxygen, the wood can't burn so it transforms into gas. This gas can be ... Read >
Author: Steve Last

History of Water Purification

25th January 2009
Water has been purified with activated carbon for hundreds of years stretching back to ancient India. Most of us have seen activated carbon for sale in pet stores for cleaning water and have used a crude cousin, charcoal, to cook steaks in the backyard.As... Read >
Author: Travis Booth

Soggy, Smelly, and Stained: Wet Carpet Issues

25th April 2008
Whether your toilet overflowed, water heater sprung a leak, rain poured in through a hole in your roof, or some other flooding calamity occurred, wet carpet must be dealt with ASAP. Allowing wet carpet to remain soaked leads to numerous problems including... Read >
Author: Mark Decherd
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