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How to Build 6X6 Deck Posts for Railings

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-12-01Views:130

An exterior deck offers an enjoyable outdoor space to spend time with your family and friends. The ability to customise your own deck is one of the advantages of building the deck yourself. Using a 6 by 6 for your deck post adds more architectural de[More]

How Do Chronograph Watches Work?

How Do Chronograph Watches Work?

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A Stopwatch The chronograph is, for all intents and purposes, a stopwatch. Often controlled by the button located at 2-o'clock on a chronograph watch, the chronograph can be started and stopped in turn. Most chronograph watches have sub-dials that in[More]

How to Divide Dahlia Tubers

How to Divide Dahlia Tubers

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Across the sunny growing season, especially in the cooler weeks of autumn before the first frost, dahlias will be flowering at their finest. If you grow dahlias in USDA winter hardiness zones 3 through 8, you need to lift the tuberous roots to overwi[More]

Gift ideas for an 87-year-old female

Gift ideas for an 87-year-old female

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While shopping for an elderly woman may seem difficult, there are actually lots of items that many 87-year-old women would love. Choose something that will make her days more comfortable or a gift that will keep her entertained if she is homebound. C[More]

Photo Jewelry Tutorial

Photo Jewelry Tutorial

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Product photography requires that the photographer is able to photograph the item in a way that it not only accurately reflects the product but also makes it desirable. This is especially true when photographing jewelery. To successfully accomplish t[More]

How to Make Medieval Shoes

How to Make Medieval Shoes

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Whether you are making Medieval shoes for a Renaissance Fair or simply because you like the look, constructing authentic Middle Ages footwear takes skill and practice. While some historians argue about various materials used for the soles of Medieval[More]

How to Make a DIY Office Chair from an Old Car Seat

How to Make a DIY Office Chair from an Old Car Seat

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An office chair can be expensive to purchase new and often they are not comfortable enough to justify the expense. Luckily with a few dollars, some ingenuity and recycling, you can turn an old car seat into a comfortable office chair. You will need a[More]

How to Re-Jet a Moped

How to Re-Jet a Moped

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Rejetting a moped carburettor involves very easy steps since a moped engine is so small and easy to work with. The entire engine system can be held with one hand. The carburettor, sitting just above the cylinder, can be quickly disconnected and rebui[More]

How to Apply Monokote to Model Airplanes

How to Apply Monokote to Model Airplanes

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Monokote is a thin, film-like plastic used to apply a skin to model aircraft and boats. Monokote is designed to be able to resist years of fumes and vibration of model aeroplane engine operation, the scratches and pressures of landing on unfinished s[More]

Homemade Farmer's Walk Handles

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Farmer's walk handles are a weight training tool meant to duplicate a farmer carrying a heavy weight, such as a hay bale, in each hand while walking. The bars are used as part of the training regimen and also in some strongman events. The handles can[More]

Homemade Skeleton Halloween Costume for Kids

Homemade Skeleton Halloween Costume for Kids

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The skeleton is a classic Halloween costume that gives kids a chance to act their most ghoulish for a day. Creating your own skeleton costume requires a few basic materials that you may already have on hand, making it an inexpensive costume choice. B[More]

Homemade nest boxes

Homemade nest boxes

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Making nest boxes is an important part of keeping chickens. A nest box provides a safe place for chickens to sit and lay eggs and also makes it simpler for individuals to collect eggs. A nest box is different from a perch or a roost in that it is onl[More]

How to Make Geisha Hair Ornaments

How to Make Geisha Hair Ornaments

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Geisha hair ornaments, also known as Kanzashi, originated in the 1600s and spread throughout Japan as a hair decoration to be worn by maidens during certain celebrations. Made from silk, these hair ornaments portrayed cherry blossoms and chrysanthemu[More]

How to Put On an Indian Toga

How to Put On an Indian Toga

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Indian-style togas, usually called saris, are a big part of traditional Indian women's wardrobes. These draping garments feature colourful patterns often embellished with gold embroidery. A properly wrapped sari is feminine and emphasises a woman's b[More]

How to Stop Vibration in My Harley Dyna Wide Glide

How to Stop Vibration in My Harley Dyna Wide Glide

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In the last few years Harley riders, especially riders of Dyna Wide Glides, have reported improperly installed and defective rubber front motor mounts. The part has never been recalled and Harley-Davidson has never admitted the parts might be defecti[More]

Great products for oily skin

Great products for oily skin

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An individual with oily skin may find it challenging to keep her face from looking greasy or oily over the course of the day. A variety of factors may cause oily skin, including hereditary, hormones, diet and environmental conditions. While oily skin[More]

How to fix some keyboard keys that are not working

How to fix some keyboard keys that are not working

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One moment you are typing on your computer keyboard as usual, when suddenly a key sticks or does not produce a character on the screen. Perhaps you have a group of keys that suddenly stop working. Laptop and desktop keyboards alike can stop functioni[More]

How to Wear a Sash Belt

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Some overlook fashion statement-making potential of belts. A sash belt is a versatile accessory that goes with shorts, long trousers, skirts and dresses. Unlike traditional belt styles, a sash belt does not have a buckle. Instead of buckling it shut,[More]

How to make celery juice without a blender

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Celery juice is sometimes overlooked. Carrot juice and couch grass juice seem to snag most of the attention. But celery's high water content and delicate flavour make for a beverage that is tasty on its own, or blended with other juices. Making your[More]

How to make a music box comb

How to make a music box comb

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Music boxes produce a tone that sounds like no other instrument. By learning how to grind your own music box comb, you can make the heart of a music box. Combs come in a variety of sizes and ranges of notes. A simple one octave diatonic comb can prod[More]

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Quantum physics and the theory of relativity are components of theoretical physics that model space, time, and many laws of the universe. Quantum, which means "how great or how much" in Latin, refers to proton, electrons, and other particles that mak [More]
Catering is a common way chefs and cooks use their skills to start a business or to earn extra income. Caterers typically prepare meals on location for events such as weddings, business meetings and birthday parties. To have a successful catering bus [More]
Churches all over the world use deacons for various purposes. The role of a deacon originates in the New Testament, where the Greek word "diakonos," or servant, is used to refer to a specific role in the church. For deacons who are just ordained into [More]
When a family member is diagnosed with cancer, the first thing to hit you is shock. Then you start to worry. The loss of employment to deal with the illness and the cost of treatment becomes a huge concern, but there are places you can get help. Gove [More]
Vinyl records sound better when cleaned and played on a properly adjusted turntable. Dust and dirt lodged in the record grooves will cause the stylus (needle) to skip or grind contaminants deeper into the record, potentially damaging the recording. Y [More]
The basic requirement for a police officer is the desire to "protect and serve" the community. To do that, police officers must meet minimum stature, hearing, endurance and physical fitness standards. Though police departments will have similar overa [More]
After the big day, many couples declare their newlywed status with a newspaper announcement or with cards sent to friends and family who were not at the wedding. While wedding announcements are a practical formality, they don't have to be boring. Hum [More]
iWork is Apple's integrated "home office" software suite for Mac OS X, and one of its components is a program called Numbers, which serves as a basic spreadsheet. Prior to iWork '09, Numbers did not have the ability to freeze cells in place, the feat [More]
The braking system on a 1992 Chevy S10 truck uses brake fluid to force the brake pads against the rotors to stop the vehicle. The fluid travels through the brake lines to all four wheels when the brake pedal is depressed. Air in the brake line will d [More]
A sleeper is the part of a railroad track that keeps the two rails in place. Sleepers used to be wood. More modern structures tend to be concrete. Sleepers that have been replaced can become part of art and history collections or be used to make stru [More]