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The Right Office Equipment is The Way to Success

The Right Office Equipment is The Way to Success

| June 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

The office we work in is the room we spend most of our day in. For that time to be productive and stimulating, you need to think about both your office décor and functionality. If you are not really sure where to start with these two, we have a few pointers that may help you […]

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How Do I Fix A Chair with Wobbly Legs?

How Do I Fix A Chair with Wobbly Legs?

| April 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Image via Wikipedia Secure a loose chair leg by wrapping the loose end with a small strip of nylon hose or thread before applying glue, then re-insert. A few drops of wood expander will achieve the same results.

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How Do I Fix A Sticky Drawer?

How Do I Fix A Sticky Drawer?

| April 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Image via Wikipedia They will slide easily again if you rub candle wax or soap on the runner of the side that seems to be sticking.

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How Do I Fix a Wobbly Table?

How Do I Fix a Wobbly Table?

| April 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Image by Nature form furniture via Flickr If your table wobbles because of a short leg, put a small amount of plastic wood on wax paper. Set the short leg on it and allow to dry. Trim down with a sharp knife and smooth with sand paper.

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How Do I Clean A Lamp Shade That Has Lint?

How Do I Clean A Lamp Shade That Has Lint?

| March 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Image via WikipediaLamp shade lint is easily removed using  a lint roller or a use fabric softener sheet, rub it over the lamp shade to clean it.

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How Do I Fix Deflated Sofa Or Seat Cushions?

How Do I Fix Deflated Sofa Or Seat Cushions?

| March 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Image via Wikipedia Deflated Sofa or Seat Cushions?  Put the power of sunshine to work for you! Set them outside in the sun for a few hours, flipping them over halfway through.  The sun evaporates the moisture that can get trapped in the cushions over time.  Don’t leave out too long though — you don’t want your fabric to […]

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