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How to Take Care of Metal Table Tops

06th April 2011
Metal tables are not made of just one type of metal. You can purchase tables of wrought iron, copper, steel and brass. Each one needs proper maintenance to last. Metal can stain and get scratched like any other surface. To find out how to remove stains an... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

Teak Care | Common Steps for Teak Protection

25th August 2010
There is a huge misunderstanding when it comes to sealing and refinishing outdoor Teak furniture correctly. Ask ten different people and you will get ten different answers. Some people believe that teak furniture will turn an attractive sliver gray if... Read >
Author: George Murphy

How to Repair Rock Chips or Scratches

30th March 2010
Aaron Baird owns West Coast Recon, a mobile automotive reconditioning company based in southern California. His highly trained technicians always come straight to you to offer more convenient and cost-effective service than a traditional body shop. Here, ... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

Re-finish your OEM Alloy Rims!

19th March 2010
So your wheels have some scratches, huh? Driving a little too carelessly on the road? Bumping into curbs, bushes, pot holes, and things like that? Tsk tsk. But it's all good; this article should help you solve your problems. Before you start, you're g... Read >
Author: wheelsandrims1

Pendulum Slip Risk Assessments in the Workplace

05th March 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Ianson Internet Marketing BS 7976: 1- 3 2002; "The Pendulum Method" describes the operation of the TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) Pendulum for slip resistance testing. Originally designed to replicate the actions of a slipping f... Read >
Author: Louise G

Cedar Hangers Can Protect Your Wardrobe

12th June 2009
Cedar has long been revered for protecting clothes from moths. But, did you know that cedar actually has a lot of other benefits as well? Cedar can absorb odors and moisture, while looking beautiful and being strong. Cedar hangers have a beautiful mix... Read >
Author: Ellen Hamm

How to Make Your Own Stepping Stones - Step-By-Step Instructions

04th October 2006
You can gather your own materials and with some smart shopping, make a garden full of stepping stones for the price of a do it yourself kit that will only make one stone. Plus you can get as creative as you want. This is a great family project. One bag of... Read >
Author: Scott Byers

Nice to Have for Decoupage but not Always Necessary

30th June 2006
Some tools are essential for decoupage, such as scissors, glue, varnish, cotton swabs, damp rag and various images of all kind of sources. Its also a good idea to have tweezers, craft knife, cutting mat, paint brushes, craft roller, piece of sponge, metal... Read >
Author: Karen Le Blanc
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