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How to Apply Fake Toenails

12th July 2011
Fake toenails are the way to go, if you feel you don't have the kind of pretty toenails you would like. The great thing about fake toe nails is being able to cover up a deformed or missing nail, so you can feel confident enough to go to the beach, or w... Read >
Author: ameljor

Benefits Of Using Sheer Curtains

20th May 2011
Offering a highly elegant look, sheer curtains are quite attractive and very useful for people who prefer privacy. Made from semi translucent and flimsy fabrics like cotton lace or loosely woven polyester voile, sheer curtains allow the maximum transmissi... Read >
Author: Kathleen Chester

How to Maintain Your Ice Maker

16th May 2011
Imagine coming inside after a morning of yard work, anticipating a cool, crisp drink of ice cold water, and finding that you are all out of ice and the closest you can get without driving to the local grocery store is lukewarm tap water. Ice makers can be... Read >
Author: janesmith01

Tips on Making Your Old Watch Look New Again

28th March 2011
Whether you own a $200 Timex or a timeless classic like a Movado watch; keeping it looking great is important. When we first buy a new timepiece, it is shiny and the and the crystal is, well, crystal clear, but over time (a very short time) that shine can... Read >
Author: WatchesOnNet.com

The Advantages and Disadvantage of Stainless Steel Cookware

11th February 2011
If you are searching for the perfect pots and pans, then consider a stainless steel cookware set. These sets are a popular choice in many households. Why buy stainless steel? Knowing about the main benefits of this type of cookware will allow you to decid... Read >
Author: lexordaren

Six Simple Guidelines To Cleaning And Maintaining Stainless Steel Cookware

18th October 2010
To keep your stainless steel cookware looking as good as new: use warm, soapy water for general cleaning, remove calcium deposits with a vinegar/water mixture, remove burned-on food with hot or boiling water, remove brown stains with baking soda or oxalic... Read >
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

How to clean your vertical blinds. Vertical Blind Cleaning tips

09th December 2009
Are you regularly combating off dust in the battle to keep your home fresh and clean? Do you feel like your losing the battle against grease and filth? What does your home say about you? Household cleaning is a standard, ongoing and plain job. It can seem... Read >
Author: Donnie Sherman

How to Clean a Fan

08th August 2009
How long has it been since you last cleaned your desk fan? Have you ever cleaned it? After you open it and see all the dust that's built up you'll wish you had. These are instructions on how to dismantle and clean it properly. To Dismantle the Fan ... Read >
Author: Alex

Paint Applicator Basics - How to Choose the Right One for Your Painting Project

26th April 2009
Paint applicators come in many forms. Some are basic paint applicators while others are for artistic designs. The basic paint applicators are brushes, rollers and pads. You may have seen decorating magazines and and home-makeover programs on TV but they n... Read >
Author: Theresa Kruger

Handyman Tips-How to fit a cooker hood and solve working problems

15th April 2009
COOKER HOODSThese are special types of fans that are fitted in the kitchen and get rid of grease, steam and smells from the kitchenThese come as two basic types or designs a.recirculating-which is filtered through carbon filters that capture the grease an... Read >
Author: handymantips.co.uk

Equal Proportions Of White Vinegar And Water - For Preparation Of Carpet Cleaner

09th April 2009
When it comes to maintaining the appearance and life of your carpet, what is important is the care to be taken on a regular basis. The beauty in appearance and longevity of its lasting is dependent on routine vacuuming, reacting quickly when a spill takes... Read >
Author: Drago Marx

How To Turn Your Formica Countertops To Stone

29th August 2006
Formica countertops are durable and last a long time but at some point you may want to give your Formica countertop a facelift. For under $200 your counters will look like new! Here's how to turn your Formica countertops to stone. Before you start you ... Read >
Author: Steve Galashaw
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