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How To Make Your Own Porta Potty For Camping

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Not all camping sites have an outhouse or a porta potty and you may not want to find a secluded bush to do your business. If you are camping with little children, they may not always be keen on the idea of “going potty” without a toilet. When you are going to be camping in an area you know has no bathroom facilities, it is a good idea to bring your own supplies to make a bathroom. Here are some items you can use to make your own portable bathroom while you are camping. Toilet To make your portable camping toilet you will need an...

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3 Essential Tips For Safely Welding A Used Pressure Tank

Posted by on Jan 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a welder and have been asked by your employer to fix a used pressure tank, you may wonder if there are any special precautions you need to take beforehand. Below are three essential tips, and you can click here for more information, for safely welding one so that no one is injured and a potentially explosive missile is not created. Clean The Tank Thoroughly Both Inside And Outside Thoroughly cleaning the tank both inside and out will serve two purposes. First, it will ensure there are no residual, flammable gases or fumes that...

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How To Inexpensively Repair A Damaged Glass Window Using Nail Polish

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a cracked or chipped window, or a window with a hole in the glass, then you may believe that replacement is your only option. However, windows with a small amount of damage can often be salvaged. The following procedure uses nail polish to help seal cracks and fill-in holes or chips; even if the repair isn’t intended to be permanent, this repair will enable you to stabilize the damage until you can get the window replaced. Here is what you need to do: Materials and tools needed Clear nail polish – choose a plain,...

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Set In Stone: Exploring The 4 Amazing States Of Concrete

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Concrete is a versatile material that both develops naturally and is made by humans for building purposes. The oldest observable patch of concrete developed more than 12 million years ago from natural limestone and shale deposits. People started constructing concrete out of similar materials starting in 1300 BC. Concrete never fails to amaze in part due to its ability to exist in four different states. Here’s a rundown of the four stages that concrete goes through. Powder Concrete starts as a natural mix of sand, gravel and cement...

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