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What Style of Boat Should You Choose?

If you're in the market for a new boat, you want to shop by more than just price alone. Of course you want a boat you can afford, but you also want a boat that actually fits your boating style and needs when on the water. Not all boats are meant to tow skiers behind them, and not all boats will be agile enough to cut through reefs, small canals, and other areas where you'll find the best fishing spots. Read More 

Tips to Keeping Your Antique Necklaces in Pristine Condition

Antique jewellery does not only serve as a fashion statement. In some occasions, this jewellery has been passed down from one generation to the next, so it may have high sentimental value. As such, it is crucial to ensure that your jewellery is not only cleaned appropriately, but stored well too so as to ensure its longevity. Nevertheless, not many people know how best to go about storing their antique necklaces and end up finding them tangled, broken or stained over time. Read More 

Purchasing a Truck Mounted Attenuator for Your Snow Plough Business

If you run a snow ploughing business, then you'll be well aware of the many risks that come with driving during extreme conditions. Snow, ice, and rain all increase the likelihood of collisions, which could damage your snow plough and put you out of business until it can be repaired. Since snow ploughs are commonly struck from behind by other vehicles, due to increased stopping distances and poor visibility in the snow, purchasing a truck mounted impact attenuator is a good idea. Read More 

4 Helpful Tips to Enable You to Clean Baking Stoneware Effortlessly

Many homeowners prefer to use baking stoneware because of its numerous advantages, such as the fact that stoneware heats evenly during the baking process. However, some of those homeowners may not know the best ways by which they can clean the stoneware after using it for baking. This article discusses some helpful tips that will make cleaning the stoneware easy. Season the Stoneware Stoneware becomes easy to clean after you have used it several times to bake different products. Read More 

Buyers’ Guide to Second-Hand Power Tools

DIY work is a great way to save cash when renovating or extending a home, but for the uninitiated, the extra cost of purchasing new building supplies can add up to more than what would have been spent on hiring a tradesperson. Power tools, in particular, can be a significant drain on an owner-builder's budget, so it's no surprise that buying second-hand is a popular option. Generally, when buying from retail stores or second-hand dealers (pawnshops), you should have no issues with faulty merchandise, as consumers are protected under the Australian Consumer Law. Read More