10 Ways to Remove Limescale

What is Limescale? Limescale forms when hard water is heated above 61°C or when it is left to evaporate on surfaces such as taps and showerheads. Hard water is water that contains high quantities of calcium and magnesium ions. These hardness minerals, in the form of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate, are what precipitate out…

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Things to Know About Boilers

What is a boiler? Well, a boiler is a closed vessel in which some kind of fluid or water can be heated. This fluid or water is then used for various reasons. Boiler has got a pressure vessel in it which is usually made up of steel or wrought iron. As far as creating heat…

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Staining Wood Filler

Wood fillers come in handy and have any number of uses. I have found, though, the best results are those I have made myself as opposed to store bought. These can be created using sawdust and different types of glue, depending on what you need the finished product to look like. Staining wood filler? Some…

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Cat Fence – What Are The Options?

Is It Really Possible To Fence Cats? It’s a great question and one that up until a few years ago, I would have answered “no way.” But currently there are several options available for keeping your cat contained within your yard. And believe it or not, they best of them actually are highly effective. Why…

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Introduction to Steel Reinforced Concrete

Steel Reinforced concrete is concrete in which steel reinforcement bars, plates or fibers have been incorporated to build up a material that would otherwise be fragile. In industrialized countries, nearly all concrete used in construction is reinforced concrete. There are a number of building materials that have been found to be exceptional when it used…

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