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Natural Remedies Against Mosquito Bites

31st October 2011
People will need some type of mosquito bite treatment to be able to relieve the signs and symptoms that come about. A mosquito nip generally leads to inflammation and minimal area irritation about the mosquito attack site. Itchiness can also be quite typi... Read >
Author: M West

Reviewing the Drytac ML25 Manual Cold Laminator

19th August 2010
When it comes to laminators there are really only two kinds: hot and cold. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but if you're looking for a cold one, you should consider the Drytac ML25. It's a manual device that's great for a number of uses. Her... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Drytac JM26 Electric Cold Laminator

19th August 2010
Cold lamination is a terrific way to strengthen your documents while also protecting them. You can even create visual aids for a variety of uses. One cold laminator to check out is Drytac's JM26. Let's take a look at its strengths and weaknesses. Strength... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

Three Steps To Control Your Scottish Terrier Biting Habit

11th May 2010
Biting is without a doubt one of the worst behavior problems you can have in a scottish terrier dog. There are so many stories and situations about biting Scottish terriers that one could easily write an encyclopedia on subject. There was this Scot... Read >
Author: junglekid

What Is Normal Puppy Behavior?

12th August 2008
It's not easy to tell what is normal puppy behavior when the symptoms of bad behavior are similar. Puppies love to chew things, attack objects, and play with anything and everything that crosses their path.This is all normal puppy behavior. Chewing helps ... Read >
Author: Sylvia Dickens

Cold Foiling

16th November 2006
Copyright 2006 Peter Nisbet The cold foiling process, as the name implies, involves foil blocking without the use of heat. Traditional hot stamping foils require heat and pressure to transfer the foil from the carrier film to the substrate being printe... Read >
Author: Tom Healy
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