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Plumbing Guide - Fitting a Bidet and An Outside Tap

09th February 2010
Over-rim supply bidets are really only low-level wash basins and they are plum¬bed in exactly the same way. In most cases, this means taking branch pipes from the pipes which supply the other pieces of bathroom equipment. If the pipes are 22mm, use 22mm ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Home and Garden water misting system

25th January 2010
Most people are beginning to appreciate that a misting system or what is popularly known as evaporative cooling, is the most cost-effective way to cool gardens and areas outside one's home. The basic principle behind this system is moving air past water p... Read >
Author: John peter

Floor Steamers- Your Professional Floor Cleaner:

21st January 2010
As we all know that high temperature steam sanitizes surfaces by removing the dust particles on that. Floor steamers work on the same principle and provide a chemical free solution to keep your floor free of dust and germs. Floor Steamers are suitable for... Read >
Author: thomasgalvin

The winning Features of Portable Steam Cleaners:

21st January 2010
Cleaning is a very good habit and apart from organizing your home in a presentable way the other main reason of cleaning is making your home clear of any allergen and germs. This is not enough to clean only the floor but all the levels are equally importa... Read >
Author: thomasgalvin

How to Make a Water Rocket

16th September 2009
Since we are not capable of launching a real rocket, then maybe, we can at least just create our very own water rocket. The materials that we will be needing in creating a water rocket are an insulating tape, four card boards, an inflater, and two 1,25... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Chemical dosing of Swimming Pool – One of the biggest priorities

11th June 2009
Swimming pool water requires timely and regular chemical dosing so that the water is balanced along with control of pH levels and disinfectant and at the same time the water is bacteria free to a certain extent. Since chemicals are used to treat the pool ... Read >
Author: shane

7 Types of Steam Vacuum cleaner

18th May 2009
Steam Vacuum Cleaners are one of the best inventions ever made in history. Cleaning has been faster and easier because of a steam vacuum cleaner. It's really an ingenious piece of equipment. A long time ago, a normal vacuum cleaner was only designed to ... Read >
Author: Kirsten Campbell

Enema Treatment For Dogs

05th May 2009
Although there are a number of reasons why your dog may need an enema, you should never do this without initially seeking advice from your vet. An enema may be the best method to administer necessary drugs or may be required if the dog is dehydrated throu... Read >
Author: Jeff Nenadic

Cleaning Up The Soot After A Fire

15th April 2009
As if the fire alone wasn't bad enough, you now have to deal with the effects of it. In addition to contacting your insurance company and a fire damage restoration company, you now have to clean up the mess the fire has left behind. It is best and more co... Read >
Author: Aydan Corkern

Electrical Fuses 101

09th April 2009
Most people who are not familar with electricity don't know that electrical fuses protect from over amperage, not over voltage.Amps or amperage is the flow, or amount of electricity. Voltage has to do with the force the electricity current flows. A exampl... Read >
Author: Intermountain Fuse

Create Your Own Homemade Organic Pesticides.

18th February 2009
Rather than have a cupboard full of dangerous, toxic and expensive chemical insecticides why not make your own? These recipes are quick easy and much safer than the commercial alternatives. Do your bit for your wallet and the environment by making your ow... Read >
Author: Leanne D

Buying Your First Model Airbrush

16th January 2009
Like most boys of a certain generation a Saturday morning trip to my local toy shop to buy an Airfix model kit was a regular occurrence. This was when it wasn't how well you built the kit that mattered but how quickly you could assemble it and add to yo... Read >
Author: Paul Jones

It's time to wake up your snow blower!

15th December 2008
ember finishing off the last snow fall, running my machine into the shed, filling up the gas tank, and promptly forgetting about the machine until now. First 8" of the white stuff brought me back to my senses; I better go check on my snow thrower and revi... Read >
Author: Seized Engine

All Dried Up! Remedies To Make Ink Printer Cartridges Usable Again

12th December 2008
One of the most common problems faced by inkjet printer users is the drying up of the liquid ink in the printer cartridge ink tanks. Not only would this cause printer nozzle to clog up, but would allow you to print lesser amount of pages. This is because ... Read >
Author: John C. Arkin

Bubblejet vs Piezo Inkjet Head Technology

12th November 2008
Epson produce piezoelectric printers (plus Mutoh/Roland/Mimaki), Canon/HP/Lexmark use bubblejet technology, but what is the real difference between them and which is superior. An inkjet printer in schematic sense is an ink reservoir attached to a firin... Read >
Author: David Foster
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