How To Use An Ouija Board Safely

You will need: 1 Ouija Board 1 Candle (preferably white) Incense ingredients for burning, incense sticks or aromatic oil for burners (optional) Always have 2 or more people present for best results (it is not recommended for beginners to use the board alone) Pen and paper Conditions for a successful séance: Only have people present…

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Parking Lot Maintenance and Liabilities

Safety is a key priority when designing or retrofitting a parking lot for a business, residence or public establishment. Clearly visible and easily understood signage is important, but many properties fall short in meeting these basic criteria. Some property managers are facing liability that they could have avoided, particularly in Ontario where new Regulations came…

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Why You Should Hire a House Painter

Painting your house yourself might seem like a good idea to begin with but often times you’ll end up regretting it because you underestimate the amount of work and money that it involves. You may want to hire a professional house painter. The mess of painting, touch ups, cleaning brushes, proper preparation of the area…

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What’s the Difference? (Linoleum Vs Vinyl)

So many people mistakenly think that linoleum and vinyl are the same thing. This couldn’t be further from the truth. And if you’re interested in installed resilient flooring in your home you need to know the difference. Linoleum Flooring Linoleum was the original resilient flooring invented in 1860 by an Englishman named Frederick Walton. In…

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Spray Guns and Spraying For Lacquer

Dirt is the biggest bugbear of spraying. Nozzles, tubes and liquids should be spotless; soak the parts in thinners and strain your lacquers through a single thickness of nylon stocking. Having carefully prepared your surface, damp all dust and sweep up thoroughly, then disturb it no more. Practise spraying on a large piece of flat…

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