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How To Clean Up Paint Spills

15th February 2012
Anytime you are painting around your home there is always a possibility of accidental paint spills. When an accidental paint spills happens you need to know the best way to clean it up properly so that is does not do any permanent damage to the surface th... Read >
Author: TonyEvans

How to Replace Fuel Injectors?

26th January 2012
Is your car's engine giving a rough idle? Or is it giving a slow response to your accelerating pedal? Then possibly, the fuel injectors are bad, causing your car's engine to hesitate while accelerating. It is immensely important to get them fixed or if no... Read >
Author: john taps

Yes, You Can Wash Outside Windows without Leaving Streaks

25th August 2011
Anyone who’s ever washed the outside of a window knows that getting a crystal clear, streak-free finish is really difficult! Well, it actually is possible to wash windows without leaving streaks. It doesn’t take any fancy equipment, chemicals or special k... Read >
Author: Andrew Anderson

How to Create a Professional Magazine Layout

15th June 2011
Once you do one magazine, you’ll get a feel for who is a repeat advertiser and who is not. You can usually take the last issue and clean out all the editorial (except for the repeat editorial personalities or sections) and leave the ads that you think wil... Read >
Author: Jess Guo

A Word in Cleaning Roller Shutters in Perth

10th June 2011
Roller shutters and security shutters are common sights in many Perth residences as these serve as sturdy and reliable garage doors. If you're a Perth resident, you're probably among the many that have either neglected or have totally forgotten that their... Read >
Author: Price

Fulfill Style statement with cheap clothes

03rd May 2011
Fashion statement has a requirement when you really want to look different from the rest of the crowd. On the same time you need to have clothes that should not only suffice your style but also should be cheaper. Several sources are there where you can fi... Read >
Author: williszenith

A Drum is A Drum is A Drum - Or is it? The Difference Between Overpack and Salvage Drums

19th May 2010
Have you ever had the issue where you've tried to purchase a drum and saw the style options of Overpack and Salvage? Ever wonder what could be the difference between them? We'll, recently it has become more and more confusing in the marketplace leaving ma... Read >
Author: JSledziona

Tips for Setting up A Bird Aviary

13th October 2009
An aviary is not exactly a cage. It is an enclosed sanctuary that allows the birds to fly freely and interact with other birds. Birds prefer to flock together and enjoy the company of their own kind. Birds with similar temperaments and characteristics sta... Read >
Author: orsondixon

How to use a glue puller or dent puller

27th April 2009
Paintless dent repair (PDR) technicians all over the world are increasingly relying on a new type of repair process to fix the dings and dents on your car. They are using something called the dent puller, or glue pulling. Here is the kicker. The glue pull... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Mercedes Benz rear brake replacement. Applies to 203 chassis C-Class cars

02nd March 2009
This article will give an overview how to change rear brakes on a typical 203 chassis style car. Parts may differ depending on car especially on cars with sports package. There a few different parts for the C-class so it is always a good idea to make sure... Read >
Author: Arnt

How to Change Oil in a Mercedes Benz

26th February 2009
A driver or ratchet with an 8mm socket for the plastic cover under the car. A 13mm wrench or ratchet/socket for the drain plug.A 3/8 ratchet for the oil filter housing cap assembly.A medium extension for removing the oil filter housing cap.An oil filter... Read >
Author: Arnt

How To Reduce Dust In Your House

14th July 2008
Cleaning HouseNo matter how much time you spend on cleaning you house, the dust comes back the very next day and all your efforts seem to have gone down the drain. Apart from the outdoor sources, there are many indoor sources of house dust as well, like s... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Understanding The Culinary Arts Training Terminology

14th July 2008
No one ever said that a culinary arts training program was easy. It takes real skill and dedication to make it work. It also takes an open mind when it comes to obtaining that sought after job across the country, and then having to relocate. You have ... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Sink Cleaning

28th August 2007
Recommended Cleaning Supplies and Cleaning Equipment: EPA Registered Cleaner/Disinfectant Stainless Steel Cleaner Scouring Cleaner (Cream, Powdered) Wiping Material - Rags, Paper Towels, Sponge, etc. Sprayer - Trigger (labeled), Pump-Up, Aeros... Read >
Author: Lee Harris
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