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How to Cut Hardboard

How to Cut Hardboard

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-07-31Views:130

Hardboard siding provides an alternative to wood or vinyl for covering the exterior of a home. Hardboard, also known as cement fibre siding, is a relatively low-maintenance product that is easy to paint and seal, making it an easy choice for homeowne[More]

How to Cut Hardboard Siding

How to Cut Hardboard Siding

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-01-12Views:130

Hardboard siding is a product manufactured from cement and fibres. Prone to failure when not installed correctly, the siding is pre-coated with primer to reduce water saturation. The ends of hardboard siding must be coated with primer after cutting t[More]

How to cut chicken breast into strips

How to cut chicken breast into strips

Category:FoodRelease time:2012-01-10Views:130

Cutting chicken breast into strips may seem like an easy enough task, but cut it the wrong way and the strips can easily break up into little chunks. A chicken breast has a grain to the meat that grows parallel to the chicken's sternum. Knowing which[More]

How to cut out a subject using Photoshop CS5

How to cut out a subject using Photoshop CS5

Category:Computers & electronicsRelease time:2012-02-04Views:130

Cutting a person or an object out of an image, removing the background, is the first step in a number of image editing tasks, such as combining multiple images into a single one or changing an image's background to make it fit better into what you're[More]

How to Cut a Magnolia Tree

How to Cut a Magnolia Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-02-19Views:130

Some varieties of magnolia trees can reach 25 feet tall. How you cut and shape a magnolia tree will dictate whether it will grow to be the size of a large tree or a shrub. Begin pruning your magnolia tree when it is young, then, by the time it is a m[More]

How to Cut Cork Stoppers

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-05-03Views:130

Cork bottle stoppers are typically found in wine bottles, but are also used to seal a variety of other bottled products. Many people discard the corks since they are difficult to reinsert into the bottles. However, you can create many craft and home[More]

How to Cut Bettie Bang Fringe

How to Cut Bettie Bang Fringe

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-05-20Views:130

There are a few advantages to learning how to cut fringe at home. Cutting fringe at home cuts down on the expense of having to visit a salon every few weeks, or monthly as fringe get shaggy. It's also convenient for those with busy schedules or young[More]

How to Cut Angles in Laminate Floor Planks

How to Cut Angles in Laminate Floor Planks

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-10Views:130

Laminate floors are often installed by handy homeowners, and are typically a user-friendly product to put in. While laying laminate in a square or rectangular room is fairly straightforward, many novice installers run into problems when they encounte[More]

How to cut a roll of carpet

How to cut a roll of carpet

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-24Views:130

Purchasing carpet by the roll can mean a large savings, especially if you have a large area to cover and plan to buy directly from the mill. The biggest problem a homeowner encounters with this project is learning how to cut a roll of carpet. Since s[More]

How to Cut HO Train Track

How to Cut HO Train Track

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-09-20Views:130

Is the length of your HO track keeping you from completing your scenery design? Find out how to cut your HO track easily and cleanly. Knowing how to properly cut track allows you to customise your tracks to your exact requirements, as you will no lon[More]

How to cut metal corrugated roofing and siding

How to cut metal corrugated roofing and siding

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

If you are siding or roofing your house with corrugated metal, the panels will often need to be cut to size, especially near the edge of a wall or the roof. Knowing how to cut corrugated metal safely not only helps reduce hazards, but prevents damage[More]

How to Cut an Epoxy Resin Sheet

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-10-13Views:130

Cutting epoxy resin sheets is a simple process. Depending on how thick the sheet is, you can either use a multi-cutting tool to snip the sheet apart, or you can use a dremel tool or router saw to cut the epoxy resin sheets. It is important to go slow[More]

How to Glue Hardboard

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-11-17Views:130

Hardboard is a classification given to manufactured wood. Hardboard takes the fibres from wood and presses them together to form the hardboard. Manufacturers use wet and dry processes to produce hardboard. The product typically comes with a smooth an[More]

How to cut a plastic barrel top

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-11-30Views:130

Hard plastic can be a challenge to saw, since the material bends under pressure. You'll need to know how to cut a plastic barrel top when you're making a rain barrel. If you have scrap plastic around, you may want to practice on that. Careless errors[More]

How to cut quarry tile

How to cut quarry tile

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-12-30Views:130

Quarry tile is one of the most durable and affordable man-made tiles on the market. It is used in a wide variety of applications where heavy foot traffic is expected, and it can stand up to the test of time under any circumstances. Much like ceramic[More]

How to Cut Natural Stone Tile

How to Cut Natural Stone Tile

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-02Views:130

Natural stone tiles can be used in various rooms in your house or apartment to create an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere. Natural stone tiles come in many different colours. Because the tiles are natural, each tile will vary slightly from the tile[More]

How to Cut Side-Sweep Bangs

How to Cut Side-Sweep Bangs

Category:StyleRelease time:2013-04-20Views:130

Side-swept fringe are fashionable, flattering and an easy way to get a fresh, new look. You don't have to be a professional to cut side-swept fringe. Learning how to cut your own fringe can prevent you from making frequent trips to the salon, saving[More]

How to cut bird's mouths in rafters

How to cut bird's mouths in rafters

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-09Views:130

Prior to factory-made trusses and metal rafter brackets, every framing carpenter knew how to cut a "bird's mouth" or "bird's beak." A bird's mouth is simply a notch that allows a rafter's underside to sit flat on a wall's top plate. Although the bird[More]

How to cut & paste in paint

How to cut & paste in paint

Category:Computers & electronicsRelease time:2013-06-25Views:130

Paint, a program developed by Microsoft that comes standard on most Windows PCs, allows you to draw, colour and edit imported pictures or created pictures. The task of cutting and pasting in Paint is a basic one, but it is often used when cropping, r[More]

How to Cut Porterhouse Steaks

How to Cut Porterhouse Steaks

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-07-28Views:130

The Porterhouse steak is one of the most popular and flavourful steak cuts. It is cut from the short loin, from the part nearest the sirloin, and is usually cut between 1¼ inches to 3 inches thick. If you are butchering your own beef, knowing how to[More]

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