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Cushion Flooring - The Smart Choice for Comfortable Floors

10th June 2011
While moisture levels can cause wood to expand and contract - leading to major problems if it has not been installed correctly - vinyl has no such trouble. Nor will it soak up water either. Instead, vinyl can deal with splashes and splodges all day long a... Read >
Author: Darrell French

8 Herbal Remedies for Eczema

23rd February 2011
It is a Greek word which means 'to boil'. It is an inflammatory and chronic skin disorder leading to boils, rashes, and eruptions on skin. The most common form of eczema, atopic dermatitis, occurs among small children and infants. In over 90 percent of ca... Read >
Author: zechong cai

P20 Sun Cream Review

14th January 2011
P20 sun cream is a known sun protection product available in the market. It is a tried and tested once-a-day sunfilter solution that helps to protect users from sunburn at great ease & convenience. The solution is to be applied only once-a-day and is cons... Read >
Author: chemistdirect

Managing Menopausal Skin Changes

07th December 2010
Dry skin, itchy, breakouts! These are actually some of the skin issues associated with menopause. Others include thinning skin and increased oiliness. How skin reacts depends on individual hormonal changes however, with care any changes can be managed and... Read >
Author: Vitale Natural

Protimeter MMS Plus BLD5800

19th January 2010
The GE Protimeter MMS Plus moisture meter is a peerless, usable, useful and sturdy moisture measurement device useful for architects, engineers and other professionals in the construction and related industries. It can be most useful when it concerns rest... Read >
Author: Adam Page

Condensation Damp & Wall Mould - Treating Permanently!

12th January 2010
How To Spot Condensation Damp Condensation Damp generally is a bi-product of the way we live and can effect damp walls, and damp cellars. Various things which we do on a regular basis exacerbate the levels of atmospheric moisture in our homes and buildin... Read >
Author: David Sutcliffe

The Lowdown on Waterproofing Basement Walls

06th July 2008
Waterproofing basement walls should be a standard thing to do when finishing a basement. Most basements have high moisture levels, and much of the moisture enters via the basement walls. Cracks, leaking windows and pipe condensation are probably the most ... Read >
Author: Redlaw

Things That Can Wreck Your Car Paint

01st March 2007
The condition of the paint on a car goes a long way in establishing how the car looks. So, what are the common things that can do a number on your paint? Salt, sunlight, water, temperature, and oxygen will damage car paint. Fortunately, they will not d... Read >
Author: Ernie Yetis

Mud The Latest Treatment for Eczema and Psoriasis

17th November 2006
Cleopatra, probably the most famous ancient beauty, had a dirty little secret ? mud. Not just any mud, but mud from the Dead Sea. She was so taken with it she had Mark Antony conquer the area for her, and then she opened up cosmetic factories along the sh... Read >
Author: No Last Name

The Uses and Benefits of Industrial Fans

12th October 2006
Almost all industries need industrial fans or blowers to ensure proper ventilation for the health of its employees and customers. These industrial fans can provide numerous benefits for the industries that use them in a variety of applications. Chemical, ... Read >
Author: Michael Cook
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