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How to Keep a Spray Booth Safe
September 5, 2019 | No Comments

Paint spraying is a hazardous operation. Paint still often contains heavy metals. The solvents can suffocate or cause unconsciousness, and the long-term effects of volatile organics are still being investigated. The fumes pose fire and explosion hazards, but fine droplets can also conduct electricity – posing electrocution risks. The high pressures used can penetrate the […]

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Repair or replace your windows?
August 13, 2019 | No Comments

It can be difficult to know when you should repair your windows or if you would be better off replacing them. A small DIY job can be easy enough but if it is a larger job requiring expert skill it might be a better choice to find a professional for repairs or replacements. You might […]

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Why the waistcoat is so controversial – and how to style one yourself
July 20, 2019 | No Comments

The waistcoat is considered to be fashion Marmite. You either love it or loathe it, and you have strong options either way. Image Credit The problem is, this garment has been loved and loathed for years and has often been the subject of ridicule too. Many believe it simply serves to restrict the wearer, doesn’t […]

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Scotland and Ireland’s Renewable Energy Partnership
July 19, 2019 | No Comments

Scotland and Ireland have come together recently to commit to a greener future. Scotland, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have joined forces in their joint commitment to sustainable energy by launching the world’s first large-scale marine renewable energy system: the Irish Scottish Links on Energy Study project. Image Credit It is predicted that […]

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Why was Neptune so Grumpy as the God of the Sea
July 18, 2019 | No Comments

When I was first introduced to the concept of the Greek Gods in primary school I was struck by how the Sea God Neptune, or Poseidon as his name is in Greek, was probably the most touchy and irritable God of the lot. He was a real grouch. While it’s never a good idea to […]

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Nutritional Tips for Sports Players
June 30, 2019 | No Comments

Team sports are incredibly popular with people of all ages and with participation rates rising every year. It is easy to get started or to return to playing any team-based sports There are plenty of schemes and clubs to choose from all over the UK. You don’t need expensive equipment and just some Discount Football […]

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Museums in the World with the Best Tanks
June 29, 2019 | No Comments

Almost everyone in the world could recognize a tank if they saw one, but not many people know how they work, what their origins were and what the future holds for these incredible pieces of machinery that revolutionized warfare. If you want to find out more about how these military vehicles operate, then here are […]

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Dream Interiors and the flooring options
June 28, 2019 | No Comments

Deciding on the right flooring option for your home can be quite stressful, especially if you’re having to work to a tight budget. There are literally hundreds of different flooring options in addition to your standard carpet and wood floors, so here are five slightly different options that look great and are surprisingly affordable. This […]

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What keeps you warm when going cold weather camping
June 27, 2019 | No Comments

With little room for essentials let alone accessories for all types of weather, your low-season camping holiday might be a cause for concern. Here is some expert advice on how to survive the winter temperatures when camping in the British countryside. Image Credit Prepare well First of all, you’ll want to get to know the […]

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Chilled-out summers: planning ahead for inventory management in your business
June 26, 2019 | No Comments

Managing your inventory effectively is crucial to the bottom line. There are various inventory systems available to help to manage stock levels of products such as chilled or frozen food, helping to reduce costs, reduce wastage and improve margins. In order to take an inventory of your items, you should ensure that you have a […]

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