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Shun Knives: Beyond Only Classic and Elite Knives Cutlery

01st September 2008
Shun knives have quickly become one of the top brands among high-quality cooking knives during the last five years. During this amazing improvement many have switched from such industry household makers as Wusthof and Henckels for Shun.Every bit of consid... Read >
Author: Greg R.

How to use knife, fork and spoon correctly

25th July 2008
The norm for dining nowadays includes various cutting instruments, ranging from knives, spoons, and forks. These instruments are used on almost all occasions, depending on which country preferring particular instruments more than others. Therefore, attain... Read >
Author: oon100

Your Guide to Thinning Shears OR Pet Grooming shears.

25th June 2008
If you cut your own hair or anyone else's or by chance your pet hair, you may already be familiar with what thinning shears are and what they can do for hair. If you're not familiar with them, thinning shears are scissors that are used to thin and shape t... Read >
Author: EJAZ

Gluing Tips for Your Ping Pong Rubber

25th April 2008
The rubber in your ping pong paddle needs to be renewed every now and then. The rubber gets worn out after playing with it for a few games and also because of other contributing factors, such as moisture, sunlight, and dust, you need to remember to change... Read >
Author: Miodrag Trajkovic

Learning The Right Way To Groom A German Shepherd

27th March 2008
Even if you don't bath your German Shepherd often, regular grooming is essential. By maintaining proper grooming procedures you can reduce your dog's chance of having skin problems while keeping the coat shiny. It is best to maintain grooming every night,... Read >
Author: Jan Ryan

Ceiling Fan Pros and Cons

10th August 2007
Guess what? The title of this article is just out-and-out misleading. The only real "con" when it comes to a ceiling fan is what it takes to get one properly installed. Ceiling fans can be difficult to install for the inexperienced do-it-yourselfer. In so... Read >
Author: Tired Dad Of Four

How to Make a Sword -The Six Step Process

07th May 2006
The process of making a sword is more than what you see in the movies. For many people being a blacksmith is a fantasy where you pound steel against an anvil, dip it in water and voila! You have a completed sword ready to mow down the evil hordes of creat... Read >
Author: Will Kalif

Shih Tzu - Proper Use Of Clippers And Scissors

01st December 2005
The proper use of clippers and scissoring skill are the major elements in Shih Tzu grooming.Probably the best known quality clipper in the world is the Oster clipper. Models most used by professional groomers are the A5 and A2. The difference between them... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu Tricks And Tools Of Shih Tzu Grooming

29th November 2005
Shih Tzu – Tricks And Tools Of Shih Tzu GroomingBrushing and combing out the Shih Tzu coat of hair is the most laborious and time-consuming chore in Shih Tzu dog grooming. A knowledge of some "tricks of the trade" will help cut down on this labor ti... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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