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Cleaning up Oil Spills in Your Garage

07th April 2011
One of the worse things which can be spilt on a floor is oil. It is one of the hardest things to effectively clean up, since the film stays behind after it has been cleaned. There are a few different techniques you could use, though, so that you are able ... Read >
Author: Cliff Burke

Can You Cure A Toothache By Putting An Aspirin On It

26th January 2011
You can't remedy a toothache by placing an aspirin on it. In actuality, if you hold aspirin towards a tooth lengthy ample, it can damage your gums and other soft tissues within of your mouth. Aspirin is able to harm the tissues in your mouth since it is a... Read >
Author: Solomon Goodman

Raising Alabama Jumpers For Fishing

08th February 2010
Alabama Jumpers make one of the most rugged fishing worms since they have a tougher outer skin layer enabling them to remain on the hook better than many other varieties of worms. The name itself should give you an idea of the action they exhibit when dip... Read >
Author: Bruce Galle

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

Cleaning Turquoise - What to Do and What Not to Do

01st June 2009
Turquoise is a popular gemstone with jewelry fans throughout the world, and as such, you probably own at least one silver turquoise pendant as part of your jewelry wardrobe. You may have bought this piece of jewelry because you were taken by the beauty of... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Pigment Oil Stains

13th May 2009
There are both advantages and disadvantages to using pigment oil stains. While you may enjoy the advantages of this stain over the other two types, you should be aware of the disadvantages before you decide to use this stain for your wood finishing projec... Read >
Author: Allison Ryan

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

Natural Termite Prevention - How To Prevent Termites From Coming Into Your House In The First Place

28th March 2008
Termites is all house owners' nightmare. Termites can cause awful devastation to any wood structures to the extend of irreparable. Termite treatment is unavoidable once termite infestation occurs. Termite treatment can be both expensive as well as trouble... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Nice to Have for Decoupage but not Always Necessary

30th June 2006
Some tools are essential for decoupage, such as scissors, glue, varnish, cotton swabs, damp rag and various images of all kind of sources. Its also a good idea to have tweezers, craft knife, cutting mat, paint brushes, craft roller, piece of sponge, metal... Read >
Author: Karen Le Blanc
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