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Broken Shower Tray? Save Yourself Some Money By Repairing As Opposed To Replacing It!

18th February 2011
Damage to shower trays is a common occurrence. Heavy objects may cause dents and cracks, and bad DIY jobs can cause seals to break. Both these events may result in something a lot more destructive - leaking. Although it might be tempting to leave ... Read >
Author: Robert Deans

How to Care for Oak Furniture

11th February 2011
Caring for Oak Furniture Oak Furniture can become a member of the family as long as it is cared for as such. The beauty of Oak Furniture pieces is its ability to last a lifetime and even if dents and wearing begin to show it only adds character and sophi... Read >
Author: RobertRSWalters

All About Gator Board

04th October 2010
All About Gator Board Gatorfoam Gator Board is a durable board that resists dents and punctures. The exceptionally hard and smooth surface is uniform and blemish free. Photo mounters, artists, designers, sign painters, exhibit builders and engineers... Read >
Author: Tim The Tutor

Consider Having Scratch and Dent Floats!

01st October 2010
Buying marine accessories like floats could be a huge investment and there’s always an alternative to every deal. After you need to purchase your pontoon float, make sure you receive all the safety equipment checked in and get the training you require to ... Read >
Author: Nazmul Huq

All About Mounting Boards

29th September 2010
All About Mounting Boards Mounting has become a huge part of the printing and imaging industry. In this in-depth analysis we will review a variety of different mounting boards so that you can make an informed decision as to which one is right for you... Read >
Author: Tim The Tutor

Bocote Wood: Features & Benefits

23rd September 2010
Bocote (Cordia Alliodora) is a small tree native to Central America and the West Indies. Also known as Salmwood, Princewood, Cyp, Solera, Canaletta, and Louro, Bocote wood is highly valued among woodworkers and artisans for its distinctive swirl patterns.... Read >
Author: gwatson

When should I replace my safety harness

02nd September 2010
When working at height personal safety should be the highest priority. If involved in any work at height be it lifting work or being suspended at height then you must ensure that your equipment that you are using is fit for the purpose and of the highest ... Read >
Author: Suzanne D. Coldfeather

The Method of Paintless Dent Removal

24th June 2010
As the owner of Precision Dent Removal, Chris Parsons has more than 14 years of experience performing paintless dent removal on all types of cars and trucks in the Virginia Beach. And according to him, paintless dent removal is the perfect repair option f... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

Can Your Old Dented Garage Door Be Repaired?

18th June 2010
When home improvements are being made, especially around the outside of the house, many people fail to remember one simple improvement that can perk up the surroundings and make a house look newer. The door to your garage is the very item that can be repa... Read >
Author: Nick Messe

Benefits of Car Covers

07th June 2010
After a home, car is our most prized possession. It is important to keep them in best condition as they have become an extremely important part of our daily life. A car is no longer a luxury; rather it has become a necessity. Cars need a lot of mainten... Read >
Author: ultimate finish

Repairing a Truck Bed

04th June 2010
If you own a pick-up truck, then there are chances that you will depend on the truck bed. This is what makes a pick-up truck more practical with its capacity to carry any type of object safely and easily. With the passage of time, the truck bed gets damag... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Would you have a used flagpole in stock?

29th April 2010
"Would you have a used flagpole in stock?" "Yes, we do sir...?" was the answer that one of my colleagues here at work somewhat surprisingly as she answered his question... Not an uncommon question in this economic season as you and I a... Read >
Author: apiket

How to Protect Your Magic the Gathering (MTG) Card Collection

22nd March 2010
1. The Problem If you have been playing Magic the Gathering (MTG) for any length of time, you've undoubtedly got a heap of cards in a shoe box somewhere, it could be a few cards, or it could be a plethora of cards. They could be in a big cardboard box ... Read >
Author: Mike Smith

Are You Wearing a Bad Bra? Five Bra Fitting Symptoms

04th February 2010
You would be amazed how many women insist they are wearing the right size, yet admit that they are wildly uncomfortable in their bras! Believe it or not, bras can and should be comfortable. If you're still not convinced, here's a list of bra problems that... Read >
Author: Linda Becker

Choosing A Prefabricated Patio Cover Kit

23rd November 2009
There are three basic styles of patio covers manufactured, Flat pan, W-pan and Insulated. Each manufacturer has their own proprietary specifications with all the parts designed to fit together. The design of the roof panels in combination with the th... Read >
Author: ThePatioguy
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