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Malaysian Rubber Wood, and why is it a good choice for bathrooms.

10th July 2008
When it comes to the most used rooms in your house, you want to be sure that you obtain the most durable pieces of furniture out there. Consider the following facts: The bathrooms in your house are in use every single day. Your bathrooms are one of th... Read >
Author: Rob Parker

How To Start a Duck Decoy Collection

07th July 2008
If you are thinking of starting a duck decoy collection, there are many things you need to know. This article will help teach you how to start your own duck decoy collection. Duck decoys were once only used for hunting, however collecting them has now ... Read >
Author: Joshua McNiel

Ameriglide vs. Acorn Stair Lift

18th June 2008
Ameriglide stair lifts - also known as Summit stair lifts (they are the same company) - are cheaper than Acorn stair lifts. Ameriglide claim that, although it offers a cheap machine its product is as good as that of the Acorn. But does a comparison betwee... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Selling Damaged House – The Quick Way to Generate Quick Cash

25th May 2008
People may choose to sell their houses for several reasons. But when it comes to selling a damaged house, the prime reason cited by most is to generate quick cash. Selling house is not an easy process. If the house is damaged, it becomes all the more ... Read >
Author: Terry Bryan

Lost Wax Casting Process

06th May 2008
Lost Wax Casting is known as Cire Perdue in French. It is a process in which an artist's sculpture is used to cast bronze. The Lost Wax Casting method is also known as Investment Casting in the modern industrial world. This is a very ancient method used f... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

What To Do If You Only Need One Shoe

27th April 2008
Your feet carry you thousands of miles in your lifetime so it is critical that you take good care of them. You can inherit problems with your feet from your Aunt Sue but more often trouble with feet are caused by wear and tear or neglect. The shoes you we... Read >
Author: Kent Basson

Seized - up Two Stroke Outboard Motor

25th February 2008
In the past most outboards were two strokes. End of season service was limited to maybe fogging the engine and leaving it in cold shed for the winter. When spring arrived two things happened, it ran or it didn't! For the most part two strokes don't seize ... Read >
Author: Seized Engine

The Importance of the Windshield Wiper Motor

24th January 2008
Windshield wipers are among the most essential devices when driving a vehicle amid harsh weather conditions. Without them, drivers have to bear the inconvenience of using hands or clothes to wipe off rain or snow from the windshield. Also, windshield wi... Read >
Author: Anthony Fontanelle

Belly Ring, What Is A Belly Ring And Choosing Belly Button Rings

28th September 2007
Belly Button Ring, Understanding Belly Button RingsA belly button ring is a jewel with a fairly recent history. A model at a London fashion show is said to have exposed her belly piercing on the run way. This triggered interest in belly button rings, desi... Read >
Author: Kaisilver

How to Find Old Coin Value and Price Rates

25th May 2007
Everything that we have has some type of value placed on it. Some of these values are given based on how we feel about them. Other items are given values that have been assigned by others. This basing of values applies to old coins and the other coins tha... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Worn Plaster Walls? Just Cover Them Up!

15th February 2007
One way to quickly improve the look of your interior environment is to reinvent its borders - your walls, that is. Whether those walls are in a single room, a small guesthouse or even an entire home, walls that look fresh and new have a peculiar way of in... Read >
Author: PaulGlover

Indicators Of A Worn VW Tie Rod

23rd January 2007
Try driving your car with bent tie rods. For sure, no matter how much effort you exert, the car will not run. Worn or bad tie rods will just result to other suspension problems. Certainly, the car needs immediate installation of a new tie rod. One es... Read >
Author: James Russel

Make Your Car Interior Look New Again Using an Aerosol

19th December 2006
Remember when you bought the car that you are driving today. If it was a new car, the outside shined and sparkled like a new diamond ring. Every time you opened the door, that new car smell swirls around your nose. You could see your reflection in the ... Read >
Author: Larry Lewis

How to Appraise Items on Ebay

07th November 2006
How Much Is It Worth? Estimating Your Item's Value for Sale on eBay But just because you start selling on eBay, it doesn't mean you're going to turn into an eBay millionaire overnight! Proper pricing of items to be listed for sale on eBay is one of the m... Read >
Author: hazel leo

Look Cool with Custom Guitar Straps.

28th September 2006
A guitar is not just a sweet sounding instrument. It is a good-looking instrument in the hands of a good guitarist. You can make your guitar look as good as you wish. In a different vein, any guitar will appear shabby in the hands of a shabby guitarist. S... Read >
Author: Max Cane
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