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Tips On Washing Your Vehicle

13th August 2012
Of all the things that we do to our car, this has to be the time when we can do the most damage to the surface of our paint. Making sure that you use a good quality microfiber towel goes a long way to minimizing any damage. But there are a lot more deta... Read >
Author: Allanst

Tips On Polishing Antique Silver Wine Goblets

20th January 2011
Would you like to invest in some truly wonderful goblets from which your guests can enjoy beautiful wines when dining with you in your home? If you would and can afford to now is the time to consider investing in some antique silver wine goblets. Not only... Read >
Author: Blake Z Wright

Six Simple Guidelines To Cleaning And Maintaining Stainless Steel Cookware

18th October 2010
To keep your stainless steel cookware looking as good as new: use warm, soapy water for general cleaning, remove calcium deposits with a vinegar/water mixture, remove burned-on food with hot or boiling water, remove brown stains with baking soda or oxalic... Read >
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

Protect Your Bathroom Wood Vanities

11th September 2009
Most bathroom vanities are wood and while this versatile material is commonly used in the bathroom, it's important to learn how to take care of it properly. By taking the necessary steps to protect your bathroom wood vanities, you can ensure that your van... Read >
Author: John Drew

How to Repair Leaky Pegasus Faucets

18th June 2009
Everybody dreads having to fix anything in the loo, because often, the solution involves more than a bottle of Liquid Drain-O and a flush of cold water. Often referred to as "leaky bathtub faucet," this refers to any major blocking issues, a drop in water... Read >
Author: Dwayne Singleton

How to keep moisture from damaging your compressed air system

29th September 2008
Ask a Question: Can water or moisture be damaging my compressed air system? Answer: Absolutely! Water corrodes pipes, valves, machinery controls. None of this is good. When controls malfunction, production can stop or product can be impaired and all... Read >
Author: Tommy McGuire
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