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Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Treat Oak Cutting Boards

Oak cutting boards are once again popular. Wood cutting boards in general are seeing a resurgence in popularity because they are considered a "Green Product" when compared to most boards made of plastic materials which are not. Oak wood cutting boards come in various sizes, and...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Preserve Teak Patio Furniture

Teak is the wood of choice for many individuals and manufacturers for outdoor teak furniture because of its' high natural oil content that makes it resistant to weather, water, sun and other outdoor elements that can rot and destroy other wood species. Teak is a...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Take Care of a Teak Table

Caring for teak tables and other teak wood furniture such as outdoor patio sets can range from doing nothing and allowing the sun to age the wood naturally to a silver gray color to treating and sealing the wood every 6 to 12 months depending...

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Clean Mildew From Wood

Mold and mildew growing on wood stains and destroys the natural beauty of the wood. Not to mention it can be smelly and potentially harmful to an individual's health. The cleaning methods for mildew and mold removal will very somewhat depending on the type of...

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
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How to Make a Wood Plant Stand

Plants can bring color and enjoyment into any area and anyone's life. Having an attractive plant stand can only enhance the positive feelings that come from growing plants and flowers. Plant stands come in a number of different styles and can be made from wood,...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Finish a Redwood Trellis

While many individuals like to leave redwood to age to a natural grey color many others prefer to try to keep the beautiful color of freshly cut redwood. There are a number of products available today that can be used to both stain and seal a...

by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Strip Old Finish From Wood

So you have found that perfect piece of antique furniture or you have retrieved something that you had in storage. The only problem is the finish is old and cracked, faded, or just looks bad in general. Age and the heat from non temperature controlled...

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Make a Recipe Box

Recipe boxes like mom used to use can bring back many pleasant memories of the days growing up and watching your mother and grandmother (or your father) pulling recipe cards out of the box on the counter and creating special recipes for the whole family...

by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Build A Simple Trellis

A garden trellis for handling unruly plants can be everything from a simple wooden frame with wooden slats nailed across it or an elaborate structure made from a large assortment of materials. Most trellis's today are made from wood, metal or PVC. PVC is gaining...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Install Wood Stair Handrails

Need a new stair handrail to go with your new or refinished stairway. An attractive handrail can enhance any staircase both in appearance and safety. More home accidents occur on stairways than any other place in the house. A strong, well mounted handrail makes stairways safer...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Use Siding to Improve The Appearance of Your Home

Choosing the right siding can dramatically improve the appearance of your home. When it comes to choosing a siding for new construction, complete home remodeling, a simple home improvement project or a siding repair project, it's important to choose a siding that gives your home...

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Use Area Rugs for Both Function and Beauty

Choosing the right area rug for an area can go along way in unifying the elements of a room. They can be a focal point in themselves or simply serve a practical purpose such as protecting a wood or stone floor. Area rugs help keep...

Health
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Remove Mold Mildew From Furniture

Mildew can be unhealthy especially for individuals with asthma or other respiratory problems. It can also smell bad and look even worse on furniture. Mildew and mold will attach itself to most any type of furniture from outside patio PVC or canvas to wood to...

by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Remove Mold and Mildew From Most Surfaces

Mold and mildew on any surface of the home can be both unsightly and potentially unhealthy. Depending on the amount of the mold and mildew and its location, it can also have a negative impact on the value of your property. If your home smells...

Health
by JHKersey
8 years ago
Remove Mold and Mildew From Most Surfaces

Mold and mildew on any surface of the home can be unsightly and potentially unhealthy. Depending on the amount of the mold and mildew and its location, it can also have a negative impact on the value of your property. If your home smells musty the culprit is most...

Technology
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Cut Plywood With A Panel Saw

Panel saws are very convenient and efficient if you have a lot of sheet goods to cut. The saws are used primarily by cabinet shops, sign makers and other woodworkers who have a large number of sheets to cut. The saws generally come in two...

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
8 years ago
How to Have a Safe Backyard Barbecue

Whenever the weather warms and the days grow longer, backyard chefs leave the confines of the house and venture out to grill. Afternoons and weekends are when they love to create masterpieces for their family and friends. Whether cooking burgers, dogs, ribs, pork chops, seafood,...

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