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A low cost all purpose Masking paper.
Ideal for light to medium duty applications.
Roll size 12″ x 50 mtr
Can be used with a hand held masking machine
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Do you need a snow blower for your home or commercial use? Then have you decided on which on to buy? Perhaps not yet. There are many aspects you need to look into before the purchase of a snow vehicle. Many brands claim that their machine can deliver the work like no other, but that is not entirely accurate.
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If you are looking for the budget snow vehicles, then we are going to list some of the highest rated snow vehicles from Amazon. You can either buy them online or just visit the nearest local store to grab the best deal you can find.
If you are looking for an entry level snow thrower is also known as Snow Blower can deliver all primary workload like removing the snow from the staircase, the way or walkway and more. Remember, when you are buying a snow blower like Greenworks brand then make sure to read the reviews from the Amazon section and which will give you a good idea.
Currently, Toro is standing on the top in the USA. They are known to deliver the best snow vehicles in the market. The model can perform the performance which is capable of removing 700 pounds of snow, in every minute. The model is capable of removing snow from Sideways, Driveways, Decks, Staircase and more places. You can clean the residential area with the height of 12-inches, and it is quick at cleaning. It has a lightweight design and it is capable of delivering the job despite the weight is less compared to other blowers.
If you are a user, who lives in an apartment and has a huge balcony, then you need a snow thrower. No matter what is your requirement, it is always necessary to have a compact snow vehicle that can help you get rid of the snow that is blocking your way in and out. And again this is coming from one of the major brands in the USA. It comes with two years of warranty.
Not everyone has a small backyard and a small house. Some people have farms which require a snow vehicle that can remove wet and heavy snow from the way. You can use this 27-inches height clearance capacity of snow from the way. The h=vechicle is powered by 1150 and a 250cc engine that can take can on 10-inches now quickly. It has many features that can help you remove snow faster than two-stage snow thrower.
There are so many brands in the USA and other countries but Toro is one of the favorite brands for Snow Blowers, and they have been trusted by thousands of users across the USA. You can read the reviews before you can make the purchase of the snow vehicle.
Wallpaper varies greatly in its material content, which helps determine how a paper looks and how it handles. Vinyl wallpaper are popular because they are durable, fairly easy to install, and easy to maintain. There are fabric-backed vinyl, paper-backed vinyl, and ones designed to look like a three dimensional surface, such as plaster, granite, or grass cloth, which are suitable for walls that aren’t perfectly smooth.
Fabric wallpaper is usually made of cotton, linen, or other natural plant fibers, such as grass-cloth, hemp, or burlap. Most textiles fray easily and are not washable. Solid paper wall coverings include hand-screened papers, foils, flocked papers with textured patterns, and murals. Both textile and paper wallpapers should be installed by professionals. Thinking beyond wallpaper covering, the possibility of stone, ceramic tile, wood, and metal is different materials that can cover walls too.
To determine how much wallpaper to buy, measure the height and width of each wall using a steel tape measure. Round up to the nearest foot. Multiply the height and width of each wall, and then add the figures together to get the rough square footage. How a room is used will help you determine what wall coverings are most suitable. Get a sample or one rolls and looks at it in the room with your other furnishings and samples to compare there different pattern and texture.
When it comes to wall-coverings choices, you may want to think outside the box, as they say, and consider new materials as well as traditional materials used in new and different ways. Think about new places to use them, such as decorative tile in the dining room or wood in the bathroom. You might choose an elegant linen or flocked paper for the living room. Either kind of paper texture will add richness to a room.
Do you have natural or stained woodwork? Is it looking dull, scuffed and in need of something to make it look good?
If it is, you’re probably asking yourself “Should I refresh the stain, strip the woodwork or put on a coat of paint?
The answer is it depends.
Maybe you’re looking at your trim and thinking that it’s dated. Fashions in interior design choices change. Your first consideration should be the look you want. If you want to completely change the color of your woodwork – say from walnut stain to white – then painted woodwork may be the simplest, easiest way to accomplish that.
But if you really love natural wood trim – it’s just that your trim is a bit worn and drab – then you may want to consider reviving that natural wood look. Many of the people I talk with who call for estimates on painting or refinishing trim just want a color change.
Usually there are a couple of options they’re considering:
Is there one best choice? Not really. And while I love paint and what it can do to make your home’s interior a very special, personal space where you can relax and recharge, I also know that any paint will lose durability over time. Paint also chips no matter how careful you are. (Trust me on this… my brothers and I chipped a lot of paint in my parent’s home while we were growing up.)
It’s labor intensive to paint woodwork and it can be expensive because you have the cost of primer, paint and, if you’re hiring it done, labor. In a room that takes eight hours to paint, we usually find that it can take up to twice that amount of time – usually 12 to 16 hours to prime and paint the trim.
But what about reviving your trim yet keeping the natural wood look. You’re probably thinking “Isn’t that labor intensive?” And you may be wondering “How do I do that – it’s all been covered with polyurethane?”
Reviving trim is much simpler than you would think. There are some great new products on the market that you can just wipe over your trim to revive it. It does take proper advance preparation – taping off walls and window panes and putting down proper floor protection, but it’s not at all labor intensive like the old shellacs and varnishes. The product I particularly like is Restor-A-Finish.
Here are some options to consider when you’re making the decision whether to keep your trim stained or paint it.
1. Refreshing the trim color you have now. Over time stain, like everything else, fades. You might fall in love with your trim again if you revived the color to the one you originally chose.
2. Staining your trim a darker color. Yes, this takes work but it’s not as labor intensive as painting trim.
3. Stripping your trim and starting with a new, lighter color – maybe a pickling stain or one with a slight tint. This is a more labor intensive project, but if you really want a change yet want to keep the warmth of wood in your home this may be the best option.
In the end your decision should be based on what will make you happy and your home lovely. Do you prefer the look of wood – stained or natural – or are you a big fan of painted trim?
Wallpaper is meant to come down like it went up – in full sheets, not in a thousand small pieces. Here’s my simple DIY guide to removing wallpaper like a pro.
Once you’ve got that old wallpaper down you’re ready to take the next step – paint the walls in an entirely new home decoration scheme that will make your house look like you’re an expert in interior design!
10 Simple Steps To Wallpaper Removal
Step 1 – Score wallpaper with Paper Tiger.
Step 2 – Saturate wall with wallpaper removal solution. A pump up garden sprayer makes this step a lot easier.
Step 3 – Let the walls soak for at least 10 minutes. Mist walls if necessary – just don’t let the solution dry out.
Step 4 – Grab a lower corner of paper and start to remove. If it doesn’t come down in a full sheet, stop and repeat Step 2.
Step 5 – If any paper backing remains after removing the face paper repeat steps 2 and step 3. A wall scraper is helpful to remove any excess paper and glue. Take care not to gouge the wall as you use the scraper or you will leave yourself with a lot of drywall repair.
Step 6 – After all wallpaper is removed scrub down the walls with green scrubby and wallpaper removal solution. This will remove excess paste.
Step 7 – Soak clean rags in fresh water and wipe down walls.
Step 8 – Prime walls with a good sealing primer like Smart Prime from Zinsser. This will help seal up any remaining glue and prepare your surface for paint.
Step 9 – Repair any drywall damage, spot prime repairs and apply two coats of paint.
Step 10 – Step back, crack a beer and admire your masterpiece!
DB’s Super Secret Wallpaper Removal Solution
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Wallpaper Removal Solution(enough for a 12 x 12 room)
– 11 quarts of hot water – the hotter the better!!!
– 1/4 cup of liquid fabric softener
– 2 table spoons of baking soda
– 22 ounces of DIF* solution
– 1 cup white vinegar
– 1 three gallon pump up sprayer
*DIF can be found at Northwood Paint (1299 S. Airport W, TC) along with the rest of the supplies you will need listed below.
Supplies: one three gallon garden sprayer, rubber backed drop clothes to protect floor, lots of old towels, masking tape, sheet plastic, Zinsser Paper Tiger, wall scraper, paper wall scraper, one quart measuring cup,
five gallon pail, large funnel, green scrubby
Home decor ideas are easy to conjure if you’re in the business. If not, then you should read this blog.
A decorative vase or jar can do a lot for an empty corner, table or counter top. You don’t even have to fill it with flowers, but should you choose to, you can take one of two routes. Real flowers are beautiful, can be switched when they die, and smell good. But they die – about every two weeks. And unless you’re really stoked about flowers and have a lot of money, chances are you won’t be able to keep your decorative vase full.
Fake flowers are just as beautiful, never need to be changed, but unfortunately don’t smell. Either way, you can likely convince visitors that you’re a horticulturist, knowledgeable in botany and other natural sciences.
Both types of flowers will add splashes of color to your room, and as the sun stretches over them, they will cast oblong shadows with furry edges that give depth and space to an area. Early morning sun will hit your flowers and you will feel their vibrancy, refreshment, and life. They will lean and stretch in your decorative vase, sticking their tendrils out like feelers into the open air. Like children you will tend, prune and fix them, and they will shudder graciously at your touch.
There are many different ways to enhance the aesthetics of your home via adding different types of lighting. Whether you are looking for the perfect exterior lighting to properly greet visitors when they come to your home at night or the perfect recessed lighting options for your family room, it takes some research. One of the most useful resources for me are the various books that have been written on this subject (mainly because they usually have great pictures in them that help me visualize the end results). So if you have a lighting project come up you may want to go over to Amazon or Borders and pick up one of the following great books:
1. Lighting Design & Installation: Techniques & Projects for Lighting Your Home and Landscape from Creative Publishing.
This book discusses different techniques and styles for home and landscape lighting.
2. Outdoor lighting: physics, vision and perception by Duco Schreuder
This book was released in 2008 and has 448 pages covering theoretical aspects of lighting as well as the basics of installing interior and exterior lighting.
3. Home Lighting by Stacey Berman
Learn techniques in light installation in various parts of your house, inside and out.
4. Home lighting from Southern Living
Published in 1999, this book has all the tips and techniques for lighting the inside and outside of your home.
5. Lighting: recipes & ideas, simple solutions for the home by Sally Storey
This 104-page book helps readers acquire comprehensive and practical techniques for your home’s lighting needs.
6. Residential Lighting: A Practical Guide to Beautiful and Sustainable Design by Randall Whitehead
Learn some lighting secrets to make your house and landscape fulfill their potential. This book will help you identify the right tools and processes to light up your home and yard.
7. Ideas for Great Home Lighting by Scott Atkinson
Obtain the most modern ideas for innovative and efficient methods for lighting your house. You can also find an extensive photo gallery in this book to illustrate the author’s points.
8. The Complete Home Lighting Book: Contemporary Interior and Exterior Lighting for the Home by James Davidson
This book explains several common principles of home lighting both inside and out.
9. How to design and install outdoor lighting by William H. W. Wilson
Learn to install and maintain lighting fixtures for the exterior of your home including a special focus on gardens and pool areas.
10. Indoor and outdoor lighting solutions by Larry Johnson
This 112-page book discusses various lighting techniques for your house that will fit your lifestyle. It has style guides for everything from casual to the most elegant.
11. The art of outdoor lighting: landscapes with the beauty of lighting by Randall Whitehead
This book also serves as directory for lighting and landscape designers as well as a basic guide for several exterior lighting design concepts.
12. Lighting the Home by Matthew Luckiesh
This 320-page book is a good source for unusual and helpful tips for using lighting in different ways.
13. The Home Lighting Effects Bible: Ideas and Know-How for Better Lighting in Every Part of Your Home by Lucy Martin
This book includes more than 200 solutions for various home lighting challenges. This book exhibits how lighting can transform the interior and exterior of your home.
14. Lighting modern buildings by Derek Phillips
This book is written by one of the best (most well-known) lighting designers. It illustrates various lighting techniques and their dramatic effects on your house.
15. Luxe Lighting: A Portfolio by Lighting Design Alliance
Learn the proper conjunction of lighting and architecture inside and outside your home to create that perfect effect.
16. The Art of Lighting: An International Profile of Home Lighting by Randall Whitehead
Discover the functional and stylistic aspect of lighting for your house’s exterior and interior.
17. Interior lighting for designers by Gary Gordon
Learn to amplify the artistic impact of your house through this book. The reader will be introduced to lighting jargon, perception and general design strategies.
18. Perfect Lighting: Inspiring Solutions for Every Room by Sally Storey
This is a reference book that helps readers achieve sophisticated lighting styles for their home’s interior and exterior.
19. How to Design and Install Outdoor Lighting (Ortho Library) by William H. W. Wilson
Want to get contemporary and stylistic ideas for your garden lighting? This book will teach you the proper installation of excellent garden lighting.
20. Decorative Lighting Ideas & Projects (Better Homes & Gardens) by Brian Kramer
Mr. Kramer introduces the readers the proper guidelines in lighting for various parts of your house.
21. Lighting Your Home: Inside and Out by Jane Cornell.
This book provides practical lighting installation tips as well. as a large amount of aesthetic theory surrounding lighting.
22. Light Your Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Practical and Decorative Lighting by Elizabeth Wilhide
House lighting does not need to be solely functional but should be aesthetic as well. Learn the various ways of enhancing your home’s appearance through proper lighting.
23. The Lighting Pattern Book for Homes by Russell P. Leslie
This book has some great tips on cost estimation, installation and maintenance. It’s a real practical book that will help you discover the most efficient way to get the lighting you want.
24. Lighting: Good Ideas by Marta Feduchi
This book describes various lighting solutions for your home from garden variety to really eccentric.
25. Kevin McCloud’s Lighting Book: The Ultimate Guide to Lighting Every Room in the Home by Kevin McCloud
This book explores the effective use of mood lighting and making sure that you select the right type of lighting for each room in your home.
26. Lighting: A Design Source Book by Elizabeth Wilhide
This is another interesting lighting design book that considers the proper mood that you are setting for each room through the use of lighting.
27. Bright Ideas: Professional Lighting Secrets for Your Home by Sharon McFarlane
-make your home a real haven by learning to light it the professional way. This book teaches the ideal way lighting the interior and exterior spaces of your abode.
28. Lighting Style by Kevin McCloud
In this book, lighting and furniture businessman Kevin McCloud has provided readers with an outstanding and complete guide to implementing various home lighting solutions.
29. Space and Light: How to Maximize the Potential of Your Home (Mitchell Beazley Interiors) by Katherine Sorrell
This book is filled with tips and guidelines for opening up spaces and brightening up homes through various lighting choices.
30. Soma Basics: Lighting by Sebastian Conran
The photography/illustrations in this book are fantastic and really help you to grasp the concepts that the author is emphasizing. If you are a visual learner, then this book will be very helpful for you.
31. Lighting 2000: A Guide to the Best in Contemporary Lighting Design by Tina Skinner
This book is the result of a collaboration of the top 60 European and American lighting designers.
32. Right Light: Lighting Essentials for the Home by Lisa Skolnik
Skolnik discovers the comfortable and bright effects of proper lighting inside and outside your home.
33. Designing with Light by Victoria Meyers
This book is a good resource in finding the right lighting style for your home. Learn the ideal lighting for different spaces in your residence—inside and out.
34. Lighting Kitchens and Baths by Jane Grosslight
Grosslight provides several lighting solutions for bathrooms and kitchens.
35. Ultimate Lighting Design by Herve Descottes
This is a great book from a lighting designer/artist. The illustrations are amazing and show you just how much can be accomplished through proper lighting.
36. Lighting by Design by Sally Storey
This book discovers the essence of lighting your home’s interior and exterior. It has tips and guidelines especially for pool areas.
37. Lighting Your Home by R. Beigel
This 144-page book is a good source on lighting tips for both inside and outside your home.
38 . Garden Lighting by John Raine
Improve your garden’s appearance through lighting. This book will describe how you can provide the perfect lighting for your flower garden and/or other gardens.
39. My Lighting Collection: From Pine Splints to Led Lights by William R. Smith
A collection of lighting that you can utilize in home and landscape lighting.
40. Design Ideas for Basements (2nd Edition) by Wayne Kalyn
This book teaches readers the proper way of lighting their basement. It also provides readers with different solutions for the types of challenges that are common in basements.