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How to Clean a Guitar

14th May 2012
The Guitar is a sensitive instrument which needs to be cleaned regularly. The accumulation of dirt and dust not only spoils its appearance but also affects its sound and playability. A well maintained guitar not only lasts longer but is more playable and ... Read >
Author: nuttall90

What Is A Natural Wart Remover?

14th March 2011
If you have a wart, then you probably know the impression that it gives to the people. And this is a significant reason to find a wart remover that would work for you. People with warts are usually self conscious of them and have a loss of come self co... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

How to Restore Faded Wood Paneling

12th May 2010
Have become very popular wood shavings in 1930, and still look classic even today. It covers any permanent wall and adds a certain elegance to any home. With the passage of time, can become dull and carpentry, and distorted color. This usually does not re... Read >
Author: umar

Cellulite Reduction with Massage Oil

29th July 2009
There are a variety of diverse oils one can use. Most professionals in the beauty and therapeutic business use some sort of vegetable oils, organic if at all possible, such as almond, olive or some even a high-quality grade of every-day vegetable oil, per... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How To Clean A Guitar Fretboard

28th April 2009
A dirty, uncared for guitar fretboard is a sight to be avoided, but many guitar players clean their guitar fretboard too much. The dirt that builds up is old grease and dead skin cells which is not a good look if you pass your guitar to someone else to pl... Read >
Author: Ricky Sharples

How To Take Care Of Your Acoustic Guitar

22nd April 2009
When you buy an acoustic guitar you tend to be distracted with learning how to play it and you can forget to think about how to take care of it. Here is a quick rundown on how to take care of your acoustic guitar. YOur acoustic guitar is a delicate instru... Read >
Author: Ricky Sharples

Caring for pine furniture

07th March 2009
Pine furniture is made of a soft natural wood which continues to 'respire' when there are changes in the temperature and the environment where it is placed. There are some irregularities, mostly natural, such as minor shrinkages, slight defects such as sm... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson
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