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The 5 Worst Cold Call Openers

17th January 2012
Every carpenter needs to have a set of tools hammers, saws, screwdrivers, etc. Good tools will serve you well in all sorts of situations, but over time, even the best tools will wear down and need to be replaced. Just like carpenters, sales people h... Read >
Author: IT Master

The hsitory of early hand tools.

22nd September 2011
We take it for granted that hand tools have always been around because we live in a sophisticated society where there is a hand tool for almost every job and they come in a wide range of styles and designs. There are hand tools designed specifically for m... Read >
Author: timwoz

Thumb Turn Lock

06th April 2011
The Thumb Turn Lock And Other Door Locks Home security is something that every homeowner and tenant should take seriously. Fortunately, there are many different door lock devices and home security devices that can be used in and around the home to offe... Read >
Author: Henry James

Importance of Industrial Maintenance or Machine Maintenance

01st March 2011
Apart from Human Resource, machinery is the most important requirement for any manufacturing unit. Machines are used to get maximum productivity and meet the supply demand. On installing machinery one needs to take care of its functioning and constant mac... Read >
Author: intermediaeng

How To Box In Around Pipes and Piping

25th January 2011
Boxing around Plumbing Difficulty Levels The work is only for decoration purposes and does not include anything far too technical Listing of tools essential Tenon Saws Mains Drill and attachments Plywood or MDF Various Hand Tools 12mm thick ... Read >
Author: Plumbworld

Deciding on Whether to Buy the Makita LS1013 Compound Miter Saw? You Must Read This Review

29th June 2010
The Makita LS1013 is a dual sliding compound miter saw that packs a great deal of power into a small machine. Because of a horizontal double-rail system, both of which are self-cleaning and slide on linear ball bearings, the saw is exceptionally stable. D... Read >
Author: Steve Steele

Compact Mini Saw Review

09th March 2010
Do you need a tiny round saw? The fact is that a lot of times it is so much less difficult to carry a little power saw for the little jobs around the home. Miniature round saws are easier to carry and are better for smaller cutting jobs. A little blade is... Read >
Author: Luis Eduardo

Polish Your Granite Stone Benchtops for the Perfectly Renovated Kitchen

04th May 2009
The natural elegance of granite Granite is an igneous stone formed from magma, or molten lava which has hardened under extreme pressure for centuries. It is composed of feldspar, mica and quartz, each one exhibiting distinct properties to give granite th... Read >
Author: Mike Nicholson

Recruitment Consultant Jobs: Top 5 Tips For Time Management

15th August 2007
I would be the first person to say that success in recruitment jobs is strongly correlated to the volume of activity you can generate. However, there is a level of activity which can produce a 'meltdown' in both quality and results, where organisation, or... Read >
Author: UK Careers

Cake Decorating Ideas for Fantastic Looking Cakes

31st March 2006
You don't have to be an expert cake decorator in order to make fantastic looking birthday cakes. Here are some cake decorating ideas to help you to make your cakes extra special that do not require exceptional cake decorating skills. First, determine a... Read >
Author: Cris Smith
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