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How to make glass shelving

20th March 2012
A great article about making your own glass shelving! To make your own glass shelves from pieces of cut glass, you'll need a measuring tape, shelf supports or brackets, gloves, some safety glasses, some nails or screws, and a hammer or screwdriver. You c... Read >
Author: Millhouse

What are the safety precautions to get your car free from rust?

06th February 2012
Others judge you by your own appearance, by your speech, and by the car you drive, so take the time to remove the rust spots and give the car a painting before the entire car ends up covered in rust. There are many causes for a car to develop rust spots. ... Read >
Author: daisy

How to Replace Fuel Injectors?

26th January 2012
Is your car's engine giving a rough idle? Or is it giving a slow response to your accelerating pedal? Then possibly, the fuel injectors are bad, causing your car's engine to hesitate while accelerating. It is immensely important to get them fixed or if no... Read >
Author: john taps

Plastic Household Items & Ceramic Tiles Manufacturers India A Leading Name in Industry

07th December 2011
Plastic Household Items and Ceramic Tiles are two most important things used in a daily household. On one side ceramic tiles provides an attractive look to your house and are used for decoration and on the other side plastic household items are used for s... Read >
Author: kumud30

THE IMPORTANCE OF WORK SAFETY

17th August 2011
Thousands of workplace accident cases occur every year. These occurred because of limited job security facilities, also because of lack of understanding about the principle factors that need to be applied by the company. The health and safety philosophy a... Read >
Author: rachel moss

Four Forklift Battery Dangers And What To Do About Them

16th August 2011
Electric forklifts have a number of safety advantages over propane or gasoline powered models, but there are a few dangers workers will be exposed to. Preparation, education and the right battery handling equipment will keep your workers safe and happy. ... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Working with a Glass Kiln is No Joke, So Play it Safe

27th April 2011
First off lets discuss kiln safety. As many of you already know, glass kilns are an oven specifically designed for fusing glass objects. So where is the best place for your kiln? To start, place your kiln on cement or similar hard surface that is nonfl... Read >
Author: LindaKinyo

Metal Stamping - Create Personalized Jewelry

29th November 2010
Metal stamping is a crafty way to express your jewelry making creativity. With inexpensive stamps you can add names, dates or whatever message you decide to pass along. You can add stamped metal charms to bracelets or necklaces or use them alone as earrin... Read >
Author: Rebecca

Save Money by Installing UPVC Windows and Doors to your Home.

18th August 2010
Due to the current economic climate some home owners are opting for diy UPVC replacement windows and doors. Realising that by cutting out the tradesmen and installing the windows and doors themselves they could potentially save quite a lot of money. Doubl... Read >
Author: Tex

Insulated Clothing - Freezer Work Wear - Hunting, Trecking Insulated Clothes

17th August 2010
Insulated Clothing Tundra Insulated Jacket Insulated clothing like Tundra Industrial Jacket provides a comfort rating of -50 degree. Insulated work clothes should provide freedom of movement, comfort and warmth when working in warehouse freezers or ... Read >
Author: f305

Tuckpointing a Brick or Stone Wall

14th May 2010
If you have an old crumbling brick or stone wall on your home it can become a real eye sore and take away from the value of your home. In this post we are going to talk about what you can do to tuckpoint your walls and to fix them up. Brick Tuckpointing o... Read >
Author: Matt Marksbury

Salon cleanliness and upkeep

05th March 2010
Taking care of a salon isn't easy. You have to take care of every small detail and make sure your clients get the best services possible. You have make sure you place is safe for your clients as well as staff. It may be the smallest thing that you incorpo... Read >
Author: Damien Broderick

Great Car Gifts For The First Time Owner

05th November 2009
Since Christmas is just around the corner, it would already be a great time to come up with your Christmas gift list. Shopping this early can help you get away from the mad holiday rush. One of the easiest ways to find the right gift for your family and f... Read >
Author: Sonny

Nitric Acid Facts – Guidelines on the Correct Way Of Handling Nitric Acid

12th May 2009
With a chemical formula of NH03, nitric acid is one of those substances used in laboratory processes, and while it has various valuable uses, it has a potential to be dangerous if not used properly. Colorless or light yellow, the substance is highly corro... Read >
Author: joalesto

What Is The Use Of Triethanolamine?

19th March 2009
Triethanolamine is a highly acidic synthetic emulsifier which is found in some 40% of cosmetics. It is used as a PH balancer or a PH due to its basic content. It is said to also be used an ingredient to add fragrances.It is a stable viscous liquid usually... Read >
Author: ajcones
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