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Fine Art Studio Paint Fumes - 4 Ways to Lessen the Fumes in Your Art Studio

14th January 2010
Our lives are enriched by painters who can capture moments in time on canvas. What is not so beautiful is the smell of the paints, acrylics, solvents such as turpentine, and other powerful chemicals that are often a part of the creative process in a paint... Read >
Author: Debbie

How to care for Emerald Gemstone rings

05th January 2010
Emerald is a breathtakingly beautiful stone known for its royal association. Its rich green color is lush and intense to the extent that it never seizes to grab attention. The only thing about emerald is that it needs same pampering and care in nature as ... Read >
Author: angara.com

D-Mannose - An ideal eliminator of Cystitis

04th January 2010
D-mannose is one of the most popular medicines to remove infection and inflammation from your urinary tract. So, give a try if you are the victim of cystitis. Have you become frustrated with your disturbed living style due to excessive suffering from c... Read >
Author: Tamim Ahmad

How to Choose the Right Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Company in San Diego

15th December 2009
Statistics have shown that San Diego has about a maximum of 15 home fires a month, caused by wild grass or consequential events in a house such as gas leaks or fault electrical wiring. Each of these fires has damages that cost to about an average of $150,... Read >
Author: Leo Nov

Breathing Paint Fumes--What You Risk and 2 Solutions That Work

14th December 2009
Painting your home is a great idea as long as you are not forced to breathe the fumes day after day. Here are some answers about why paint smells, what risks it causes, and 2 solutions that can make the problem go away. What you risk depends on the pai... Read >
Author: Debbie

Choosing a Varnish for Your Boat's Brightwork

27th November 2009
Varnishes have been applied to protect and maintain teak on boats for hundreds of years. History shows that varnishes used in the 1700s are very akin to what is used today. The coatings allow for the attractiveness of the wood to be viewed while offering ... Read >
Author: Marinetrader

Making Potent Homemade Carp Baits With Stimulatory Oils And Lecithins!

18th June 2009
A bait edge for many carp anglers means all too often simply buying a new expensive readymade bait. But you do not need to do this when you can easily make your own homemade liquids to adapt and boost them to differentiate them from every other bait your ... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

A Cream Furniture Polish from Stanley Home Products May Protect Surfaces

12th June 2009
Furniture is expensive these days so taking care of it and ensuring that it looks beautiful for as long as possible is a good idea. Unfortunately, the market is full of cleaners and polishes that promise amazing results so making the right choice can be d... Read >
Author: Vinnie Platania

Health Department epoxy flooring requirements

12th May 2009
Each state has its own Health Department specifications for food preparation areas. You will need to touch base with your local Health Department before starting your food preparation area to get approval for the materials and system you will use. You... Read >
Author: Harvey Chichester

Taking Care Of Your Mp3 Player

15th July 2008
Taking care of your mp3 player isn't really too hard to accomplish. The main thing you will want to make sure of, is that you do not submerge it into water. This same rule applies to any and all electronics, unless of course they are by chance water resis... Read >
Author: Dean McGowan

How To Clean An Emerald Ring, Cleaning Emerald Rings

05th June 2008
At first it seems quite strange that we need to devote an entire article on, how to clean an emerald ring. But once you understand the characteristics of the emerald gemstone, you will do a better job of cleaning emerald rings. So before we get into the d... Read >
Author: Kaisilver

Carp Fishing Bait Flavors - Which is the best Bait Flavour?

20th May 2008
Everyone seems fixated by fishing flavors. Commonly the question asked is "What flavour bait are you using?" For most fishermen, what matters is that they like their smell of their flavour, which is an interesting point for debate... The fact is among the... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson
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