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Don't by a Kettelbell until you read this - Size DOES matter!

19th February 2010
Don't Buy A Kettlebell Until You Read This.... (because Size DOES matter)By Randy LaHaieSelecting the right sized Kettlebell is important in getting the most out of your Kettlebell training. A bell that is too light or too heavy is not only a waste of mon... Read >
Author: Randy LaHaie

Protect Tools From Rust

16th February 2010
Protecting your power tools from rust can from time to time feel like a full time occupation. Garages and basements are scandalously demanding on tools due to the reality that these high dampness environments provide the ideal conditions for increasing ru... Read >
Author: Charlie

Wood burners/Multi Fuel Stove Comparison

27th June 2009
Now if your reading this you've probably been thinking about the benefits of having a multi-fuel stove in your home or workspace. So you'll know they look great, save you hundreds of pounds if used as part of your central heating system and help in small ... Read >
Author: WhichBurner

Metals used in Blacksmithing

16th December 2008
The term blacksmith has an interesting origin. The "smith" part of it comes from the old English word "smite" which means to hit. So a "smith" is someone whose work involves hitting and pounding to produce a finished product. Depending on the type of meta... Read >
Author: Chris Comstock

Low Cost 120V Welders for Home Use

09th August 2007
Most homeowners have certain standard tools for repair of household items, and a welder just wouldn't be on that list of what is "typical". Considering my experiences, I think a lot of homeowners should re-think that standard. Several years ago I bought a... Read >
Author: Chris Ralph

Mmm Mmm - Gotta Love That Pie Mold

07th May 2006
Copyright 2006 Mike Patrick Jr, MDPie mold. No, it's not the fuzzy stuff you find a week after Aunt Loretta sends you home with left-overs. Campers know what I'm talking about. Pie molds were all the rage in the Seventies--and they're still popular today.... Read >
Author: Mike Patrick Jr, MD

A Smooth Piano Move - moving piano advice

27th March 2006
A young woman asked her father to help her move a piano. They got a couple of friends to come along and rented a dolly. Suddenly, while she was straining away, somebody said, "Uh, oh." ( when you hear that it's time to close your eyes and reach for your... Read >
Author: Alexey Kazaryan

The Value of Antique Wood Stoves

28th September 2005
Antique wood stoves provide decoration and can still be used for heating and cooking. Stoves from as long ago as the 1870's are available for purchase in antique stores and over the Internet. Antique wood stoves are collector's items that are very valuabl... Read >
Author: Peter Emerson
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