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The Candle: Wood Wicks

14th June 2011
The addition of fragrant oils offers them their exclusive fragrances. There are no chemical dyes or contaminations extra to them to give them their shade. Its wick too is all all-natural created instantly from the bark of a variety of trees. This is the e... Read >
Author: Jessie Dotson

Descale or Powerflush? This Is The Difference Between Them

31st January 2011
This article will explain the difference between a descale and a powerflush. Ill also attempt to explain some common problems with combination boilers and whether the solution is to powerflush, de-scale, do both, or do something else. There is no bind... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Pritchard

POWERFLUSH YOUR CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM

12th January 2011
Powerflushing your central heating system could be the best money you will ever spend on your home. Because the possibility of having to replace your whole system if scary as hell. Replacing your heating pipework and radiators is going to cost you anythin... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Pritchard

A guide to Decanter Centrifuges

07th September 2010
Decanter Centrifuges are used for solid and liquid separation. Mainly they are used for the separating the substances having variable solid contents. The decanters are used for handling effluent sludge and separating solids from waste and process water. A... Read >
Author: erinkennedy

What Happens When You Don't Have Enough Oil?

16th August 2010
Doesn't it seem like oil changes are always on your to-do list? What's the big deal with getting it changed every 3000 miles? It may seem like you just changed your oil, and that 3000 miles isn't nearly enough to warrant changing it again. The truth is th... Read >
Author: Nick

Good vs. Bad Pond Bacteria

06th May 2010
Pond bacteria are present in nearly all ponds, except those ponds built to contain only pure, clean and sterile water. Artificial ponds need chemical agents such as bleach to eliminate any pond bacteria that may possibly come out. Otherwise, most ponds fo... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Does a Gallbladder Cleanse Really Work?

09th February 2010
What does choleterol have to do with a Gallbladder Cleanse? Very plainly, a gall bladder attack is almost always due to just one aspect: cholesterol. Our bodies generate all of the cholesterol you may ever might need. You don't need to have this through t... Read >
Author: Larry Wagner

How to Save your Gallbladder

24th December 2009
The gallbladder has turned into a major issue for millions of men and women. Gallbladder attacks are commonplace and people are intensely puzzled about their options. Doctors usually suggest that a person have their gallbladder removed. The gallbladder is... Read >
Author: Kyle Bloom

My Life Saving Gallbladder Diet

21st December 2009
One morning I awakened and I had a large amount of agony. It was terribly sharpened and got me actually scared. I went to the physician and he did an ultrasound and found I had some gall stones and sludge that had accumulated in my gallbladder. His sugges... Read >
Author: Bruce Massey

Facts About Leaky Gut Syndrome

01st December 2009
Leaky Gut Syndrome is a serious problem in the US, primarily because of the types of foods that we ne eat. All of the years that Americans have been eating processed foods are causing a sequence of problems. Sludge that is indigestible or processed foods ... Read >
Author: TheDoctor Within

Gallstones Remedy - Gallbladder Cleanse As Effective Remedy

16th October 2009
A gallbladder cleanse is said to be one of the most effective gallstones remedy. Based on testimonials it is even hailed as the fastest way to rid your gallbladder of your gallstones. The cleansing involves filling up your system with apple or grapefr... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Buying an MG Midget

29th September 2008
The MG Midget developed from the Austin Healey Sprite MK I launched in May 1958, with the MG Midget MK1 launched in June 1961. The only difference between the MG Midget and its stable mate the MK2 Sprite are its MG badges, additional chrome trim strips, s... Read >
Author: Andy W

Are Everyday Candles Destroying Your Home And Health?

12th November 2005
Did you know that most candles are made from the sludge in the bottom of a barrel of oil which is bleached and texturized with a chemical called acrolein?They're called paraffin candles and burning one puts all the same horrible toxins and carcinogens (ca... Read >
Author: Soy CandleMaker
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