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Hair Texturizer FAQs: How to Use This Product to Straighten Hair

14th June 2011
Whatís the difference between a hair texturizer and relaxer? A hair texturizer is essentially a relaxer left in for a shorter period of time. Hair texturizers loosen kinks, but do not straighten hair completely. Your hair should look longer and wavie... Read >
Author: Supriyo

Why Radiation Protective Wear is Important for Health Care Workers

08th June 2011
The amazing ability to look inside the body using x-rays was first discovered in 1895. With little known about its dangers, it was inevitable that the first victim to die from radiation was Thomas Edisonís x-ray technologist, Clarence Dally. Due to repeat... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Cut Resistant Gloves

13th July 2010
The hazards in the workplace can often cause injury to the hands. Cut resistant gloves can prevent some of those injuries. While there is no such thing as a glove that is cut proof, there are several different types that can help prevent puncture. With a ... Read >
Author: My eBiz

How to Safely & Effectively Remove Blood From a Cars Interior

03rd June 2010
Cleaning up blood should be dealt with in the same way that you would clean up other bodily fluids such as vomit or urine. The most important thing to remember when cleaning up blood is to protect yourself. You should wear appropriate protective gloves an... Read >
Author: CarCleaningGuru

How to Effectively Clean Up Vomit From a Cars Interior

03rd June 2010
If you have ever had the misfortune of someone vomiting in your car then you will know how difficult it can be to clean up properly, the foul odour it gives off and how hard that odour can be to remove. The key to eliminating the odour and to preventi... Read >
Author: CarCleaningGuru

How To Use Dry Ice In Your YETI Cooler

02nd March 2010
Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide and is colorless, odorless and non-flammable. It is easily produced and most commonly used to preserve food. With its temperature at a steady -109 degrees Fahrenheit, dry ice gives off more than twice the coolin... Read >
Author: Fredericks

CoSHH Management - How to Store Chemicals

16th December 2009
It is crucial that chemical products are stored in compliance with CoSHH regulations as this article emphasizes. It looks at how workers health can be affected by inefficient procedures when using chemical products. There are certain simple procedures ... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

How To Install A Stainless Steel Chimney Liner!

15th June 2009
Preparing the liner for installation Watch our installation video on youtube, once you've read this instruction article on chimney liners. Caution: Metal edges can be sharp, make sure to wear protective gloves when handling the liner and liner componen... Read >
Author: chimney man

Make Your ClubCar go Faster

31st January 2009
Adding a little extra power to anything can't hurt, right? But you want to make your electric golf cart go faster all by yourself? Well we'll go on a trip to suped up cart heaven, and then I'll show you some videos of guys who took this thing way too far.... Read >
Author: radicalgolf
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