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Posted by on Mar 18, 2018 in DIY | 0 comments

When is the Right Time to Invest in a Plastering Machine?

When is the Right Time to Invest in a Plastering Machine?

Plastering machines have been available for a while. Their features include making the plaster mixture and spraying it on to the walls. Some people like the added texture, smoothening it over with a finishing trowel is optional. However, if they prefer smooth eggshell walls, the trowel work after the plaster has been sprayed is significantly easier and quicker. It is easy to look for a plastering machine for sale. They get the job done and with less work. So, when do you know if a plastering machine is for you or not? How do you know if you are ready to make the transition or if you want to make the transition in the first place? Consider two things: The Current Situation Analyse your current situation. Look into your current finances. Are you a relatively new business or not? Have you broken even? Plastering machines might be a good investment, but how can you be sure about future business if you haven’t lasted long enough. Competition is strong among...

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Posted by on Jun 22, 2017 in DIY | 0 comments

Easy, No-Knit DIY Yarn Projects

Easy, No-Knit DIY Yarn Projects

Looking for something to do with the super affordable yarn you snagged from the craft store last weekend? Here are easy, no-knit yarn projects to spend your time doing! Loom Flower Garland Not only are they easy to make, but nice to look at, too. You can hang these beautiful daisies up your living room walls or by the doorway. This will instantly cheer your guests and make for a great topic of conversation. For instructions, click here. A Vase Made of Yarn? Yes, you read that right. All you need is a relatively big ball of yarn, a small water container to be placed in the center, and voila! Follow the tutorial here. Yarn Wreath Tired of the old, plain wreath you always see during the holidays? Spice it up with some yarn! You can use different colors to reflect your joyous spirit, too. It’s very easy to make and only requires a few things. More of it here. No-Knit Scarf A chunky, colorful scarf that screams boldness....

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Posted by on Apr 22, 2017 in DIY | 0 comments

Is it Expensive to Frame a Poster?

Is it Expensive to Frame a Poster?

Don’t be deterred by the outrageous price tags for professional framing services. A framing expert has the best eye for frames that accentuate the key features of a poster. If you have a poster that isn’t worth the cost in labor to have framed, then there are many less expensive alternatives that you can do at home. Many offices have a space in the break room that constantly promotes new events, and lockable poster frames are a great way to make the posters stand out to the employees. To find the framing solution that is right for you, you must determine the intrinsic value of the poster, alternative methods of framing, and the costs associated with framing a poster. The essential value of a poster is what someone is willing to pay for it. There are many rare posters that people spend hundreds of dollars to fit with the perfect frame. Then there are posters with no monetary value, but have a strong personal connection that makes them priceless...

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Posted by on Jan 26, 2017 in DIY | 0 comments

Top Tips for an Adorable yet Practical Children’s Nursey

Top Tips for an Adorable yet Practical Children’s Nursey

Decorating your baby’s nursery can be quite a daunting task. When you want to create a space that will be as beneficial for your little one as possible, it can become hard to decide exactly what you want to do to achieve this, so, we have put together some top tips and things to consider to help make sure your baby’s nursery is both practical and gorgeous! The Right Location The location of your child’s nursery is a really important thing to consider. No matter what size your house may be, it’s always beneficial to have the nursery close to your own bedroom, as this will enable you to hear everything, whilst ensuring your child hasn’t got far to go if they decide to come to your bedroom. It’s also a good idea to consider how loud certain areas of your house are. For example, you don’t want to have the nursery positioned above your living room if there is likely to be a lot of activity throughout the...

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Posted by on Jun 26, 2016 in DIY | 0 comments

PRACTICAL METHODS IN FIXING PERSISTENT CLOGGED-DRAINS

PRACTICAL METHODS IN FIXING PERSISTENT CLOGGED-DRAINS

One of the common household chores is maintaining clean fresh-water facilities and ensuring that these facilities are working well. If the fresh-water facilities are not properly maintained, a plumbing trouble such as a clogged-drain may arise while washing the dishes, using the toilet, taking a shower, or at the storm drains. The common clogs in the kitchen sink, bathroom, and toilet happen when preventive measures are not observed and when piping fixtures get worn and torn over time. One must take immediate step to fixing the clogged drain when water flows slowly or not at all on the bathroom floor, the kitchen sink, in the storm drains, or when the toilet water backs up upon flushing. Preventive Measures Preventive measures in avoiding a clogged drain seem practical and easy to do but are often disregarded and not observed due to lack of discipline and training, or simply not properly guided and directed at all. All fresh-water users should be properly educated that all foreign elements aside from the fresh-water...

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Posted by on Jun 19, 2016 in DIY | 0 comments

Tips for Buying Home Bars

Tips for Buying Home Bars

If you frequently entertain guests in your house (and have quite a lot of money), then it might be good to install a home bar in your house. Home bars are great because they can combine the outside ambiance of a real bar and the coziness of a house. Of course, installing home bars, along with bar and counter stools, is not something that can be done overnight. You have to take a lot of things into consideration before you actually install them. For those of you who are new to this, here are a few tips on how to set up a good home bar for yourself and your guests. Canvassing For Your Home Bar The first step to buying a home bar furniture is canvassing. You have to decide what kind of design you want for your bar. You might want to take some pictures of the area where you are planning to set up your bar and bring it with you while you canvass. From there,...

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