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Hand Tool Safety Rules List

Hand Tool Safety Rules List

Category:StyleRelease time:2015-01-17Views:130

Proper use of hand tools is essential in the preventing of injury. This includes maintaining a clean, well-lit workstation and wearing necessary safety accessories in addition to the correct use of the tools themselves. Using the right type of tool f[More]

How to Make a Lined Eyeglass Case

How to Make a Lined Eyeglass Case

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-06-15Views:130

Making a stylish, lined eyeglass case is a simple project you can do quickly without a lot of preparation time. In fact, experienced sewers can create nice, professional-looking cases in 30 minutes or less. You can make eyeglass cases to match your d[More]

How to Create Sellable Crafts With the Cricut

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-10-03Views:130

Crafting isn't just an enjoyable use of time and a good outlet for creativity; it can also be used as a profitable business. Cricut machines are a great way to produce bulk projects for the purpose of selling. They help to create a number of differen[More]

How to Make a Ruffled Scarf

How to Make a Ruffled Scarf

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-02-03Views:130

You can make a ruffled scarf from cast-off clothing for an easy recycling fashion project! Make the scarf from old T-shirts for a lightweight springtime scarf or use old fleece sweaters for a ruffled scarf that will keep you warm all winter long. You[More]

How to climb into a truck cab

How to climb into a truck cab

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-02-28Views:130

Working in and around heavy vehicles like trucks presents many challenges to your personal safety. Something as simple as entering or exiting a truck tractor cab can be dangerous if you don't do it properly. Even veteran drivers can sustain injuries[More]

How to Fix a Car Scratch With a Dremel Rotary Tool

How to Fix a Car Scratch With a Dremel Rotary Tool

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-11-14Views:130

The Dremmel 4000 is the most powerful rotary tool that Dremmel makes and is the best suited for fixing a scratch on your car. The Dremmel 4000 can be bought as part of a kit that comes with a felt and cloth polishing wheel. It also comes with a block[More]

Popular dances of the 70s & 80s

Popular dances of the 70s & 80s

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-12-14Views:130

The 1970s and 1980s were memorable times in the history of American dance. The '70s dance culture was dominated by a disco era in full swing, complete with packed discotecs that gave a home to the hustle of dancers shaking their "groove thing." The '[More]

How to Make Glass Bottle Cheese Trays

How to Make Glass Bottle Cheese Trays

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-12-23Views:130

Slumped glass bottles are a guaranteed conversation piece. Made from recycled wine bottles, slumped glass bottles are in common use as cheese trays, nut bowls or ladle holders. Skill level:Easy Things you need Glass bottleSoapy waterKilnDetrivication[More]

How to Do a SEAL Combat Side Stroke

How to Do a SEAL Combat Side Stroke

Category:HealthRelease time:2015-01-21Views:130

The SEAL combat side stroke (CSS) is a swimming technique that propels your body forward as efficiently as possible. Meant for swimming long distances quickly while expending as little energy as possible, it is incredibly efficient; since Navy SEALs[More]

How to build a simple 24 foot deck

How to build a simple 24 foot deck

Category:HomeRelease time:2016-05-31Views:130

Decks can come in all shapes and sizes. However, the basic form of a deck is universal; there are footers, posts, frame, decking boards and railing. With a handful of tools and some basic construction knowledge, building a deck can be a simple task c[More]

Step-by-Step Hand Massage

Step-by-Step Hand Massage

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-06-02Views:130

Not only does a hand massage relax the muscles of your hands, but it also improves blood circulation throughout the body. A hand massage is especially relaxing for people whose daily work involves frequent use of their hands and fingers, such as work[More]

How to Draw the Hand Step-by-Step

How to Draw the Hand Step-by-Step

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-07-25Views:130

Drawing the human hand is difficult, even for the best of artists. The contours, dimensions and positioning of the hand make it a tricky subject matter. Use guidelines to assist you in proportioning the hand. If you follow a step-by-step approach, dr[More]

How to build a wooden outdoor hand rail for three steps

How to build a wooden outdoor hand rail for three steps

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-09-23Views:130

Regardless of the height of the outdoor wooden steps, adding a hand rail will provide added safety. Because the railing is intended for outdoor use, treated posts and 60 cm x 90 cm (2 x 4 foot) lumber holds up better than non-treated wood in the elem[More]

How to build a hand railing on exterior concrete steps

How to build a hand railing on exterior concrete steps

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-27Views:130

Exterior concrete steps are durable and last for many years. Metal hand railings will last as long as the steps and not need replacing. A metal hand railing involves setting the vertical posts into the concrete steps to anchor them securely in place.[More]

Step-by-Step Hand Washing for Children

Step-by-Step Hand Washing for Children

Category:FamilyRelease time:2013-08-08Views:130

Children play outside and in the dirt. They touch their face and constantly put their hands in their mouth. This is why they need special assistance and adult direction to learn how to properly wash their hands. Effective hand washing is a good way t[More]

Steps for Proper Hand Washing with AMH

Steps for Proper Hand Washing with AMH

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-12-11Views:130

Hand washing with antimicrobial hand wash (AMH) entails using a basic and proper hand washing technique using antimicrobial hand wash instead of a regular soap. Antimicrobial soap is mostly used by lab technicians and health care professionals, but a[More]

Step-by-Step Instructions on Making Hand Fans

Step-by-Step Instructions on Making Hand Fans

Category:LifestyleRelease time:2014-05-12Views:130

A paper fan is quick way to cool yourself off, and is often small enough to fit in your pocket or purse. Paper fans are also used as decoration; just pin the fans to a wall or place them on a table or shelf. These types of fans are also often given a[More]

Steps to teach toddlers hand washing in preschool

Steps to teach toddlers hand washing in preschool

Category:StyleRelease time:2014-08-16Views:130

Teaching hand washing in preschool should be a priority and one of the first lessons to instil in the classroom. Young children get sick easily, and they spread germs by touching each other and every surface imaginable. Be a good example and always w[More]

How to install hand rail on brick steps

How to install hand rail on brick steps

Category:HealthRelease time:2015-01-03Views:130

Brick, concrete and other masonry products make up many supporting structures, including walkways and stairwells. On exterior surfaces, brick can add a rustic and classic look, but can also present potential dangers for those traversing the paths. Br[More]

How to Make Stone Masonry Steps

How to Make Stone Masonry Steps

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-01-01Views:130

Stone steps are a beautiful natural element for a house or yard. There are many styles of stone steps, but you should tailor the style to your house. A long sloping path through a shaded garden will look great with big stone slabs serving as both tre[More]

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