New To Propane? 3 Things You Should Know Before Hooking Your Gas Stove To Propane

Posted on: 4 November 2015

If your new home has propane instead of gas, you will have to make a few adjustments, especially if you're planning on using the natural gas stove you used at your former place. Since they are two very different types of fuels, propane and gas each have different qualities that must be considered before you make the change from gas to propane. Following are a few things you should know before hooking your gas stove up to your propane tank at your new place.
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Tips For Preparing Your Boat For Storage

Posted on: 6 October 2015

As the warmth and sun of summer begin to fade away, the reality sets in that summer is officially over. If you are fortunate enough to own a boat, this also means that it's time for you to start prepping your boat for storage. Make sure you know how to properly prepare your boat to ensure it remains in good condition. Clean The Hull Make sure you are cleaning the hull of your boat before you store it away for the season.
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Four Tips For Relocating Your Craft Store

Posted on: 16 September 2015

When you run a craft business, your inventory consists of thousands of small items that can be difficult to keep track of and pack. By moving in the most efficient way possible, you'll be able to keep track of all of those items and open the doors of your new location with less downtime. Minimize Your Inventory Before relocating your shop, you'll want to minimize your inventory. You can do this by having a relocation sale.
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How To Keep Gym Floor Covers Clean

Posted on: 2 September 2015

Whether your gym floor cover is being used as cushioning for tumbling or wrestling or merely as a way to protect the gym floor from being damaged by careless walkers, you are going to need to make sure that you are able to keep the tarp as clean and sanitary as possible. Even if people are not making direct contact with the tarp, they are going to be making direct contact with the floor that the tarp is covering.
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