4 Essential Tips For Caring For Your Wooden Cutting Boards

Posted on: 16 April 2019
Along with your knives and your cookware, your wooden cutting boards are one of your most important kitchen items. And like quality knives and cookware, your wooden cutting boards, when properly taken care of, can last throughout your culinary life. Here are four tips for caring for your wooden cutting boards. Keep Your Wooden Cutting Boards Out of the Water Wooden cutting boards cannot be soaked in the sink. They cannot be put through the dishwasher either.
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Things Force Measurement Tools Do, And What To Do When They Don't Work

Posted on: 13 February 2019
Force measurement tools are part of an industry that tests how various forces act on a substance or product. These tools do a lot of different things in the course of testing something, and when force measurement tools need repair, you need to repair them immediately. The following five things are what force measurement tools do, and what needs to be done when they do not work as planned.  Tensile and Compressive Loading
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How To Spot Foundation Problems And The Repair Options To Consider

Posted on: 14 October 2018
The foundation of your home can be damaged in different ways depending on how your house is built. Foundation problems are never a good thing, but repairs are usually possible by shoring up the foundation in some way and leveling your house. Here's when to suspect you have foundation damage and some options for repairing it. Signs That Point To Foundation Damage  If your home is old and built on wood pilings, you might be able to see the damage caused by wood rot or termites.
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Four Important Facts About Batteries

Posted on: 9 April 2018
You rely on them to power everything from your thermostat to your car, but how much do you really know about batteries? Their operation and history can seem complex, but by knowing at least the basics about batteries and how they operate, you can make purchasing the right batteries easier -- and maintaining them easier, too. Here are four important facts about batteries you need to know. 1. Batteries rely on an anode and cathode.
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