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The 4 Types of Floor Drain Grate Covers

21st May 2010
Drains are meant to carry bad waters and have to be covered with floor drain grates. These grates are covers installed on top of the drain holes to avoid large items (which may block the internal system) from falling into it. Due to the different requirem... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Are You Sure You're Bringing the Right Clothing to Antarctica?

25th March 2010
Interesting is one way to describe a trip to Antarctica. However many are clueless about packing. Use the info here to decide which things you cannot afford to leave behind while on Antarctica travel. This is one time that you really need to be prepared f... Read >
Author: Susan Browning

Do You Want A Reliable Hammock?

13th October 2009
Mayan Hammocks are among the quality of sways there are. Some people even label these hammocks as the Nature's sway. They are comfortable and convenient. Hammocks accessories such as hanging kits, pillows, blankets are more than a d├ęcor. They can be g... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

What is base layer clothing?

05th October 2009
Purpose The purpose of base layer clothing is simple. It aims to make anyone involved in an outdoor activity - whether it's a gentle hike or an intense game of rugby - as comfortable as possible. Cotton For many years, people thought that the best wa... Read >
Author: eddieb

Vinyl Cedar Shake Siding

15th June 2009
When we are talking about getting the authentic and charmingly classic look for a bungalow or a cabin, cedar shake sidings are simply outstanding.They provide kind of mysterious yet elegant look to the place. They are generally made of cedar wood cut in t... Read >
Author: lakesec

Office Chair Casters: Tips for Selecting and Replacing Them

05th May 2009
It's important to have the right casters fitted to your office chair as having incorrect or damaged wheels can cause all sorts of problems. The two biggest problems with office chair casters are: Picking the correct wheel type for your work area Re... Read >
Author: Duncan MacIntyre

Dealing With Slugs, Snails, And Vine Weevil In Your Garden

27th April 2009
Slugs and Snails are an absolute menace in the garden. Not only do they gorge themselves on our plants, they leave behind the most disgusting, slimy trail. On food crops, once they have slithered their way over the plants, greatly reduces our enthusiasm t... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

Cold Foiling

16th November 2006
Copyright 2006 Peter Nisbet The cold foiling process, as the name implies, involves foil blocking without the use of heat. Traditional hot stamping foils require heat and pressure to transfer the foil from the carrier film to the substrate being printe... Read >
Author: Tom Healy
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