How To Install Urethane Band Saw Tires

Posted on: 17 December 2015

If you have a band saw and you plan to place urethane band saw tires over the wheels to replace the rubber ones that came with your machinery, you will enjoy band saw tires that will last for many uses. Many people find that urethane band saw tires are a great alternative to rubber since these tires don't rot, which means you can use the machinery many times without downtime. They will also help keep the saw blade on track, so the blade requires less adjustment. [Read More]

Tips For Fixing A Running Toilet

Posted on: 16 December 2015

A running toilet may seem trivial, but it can lead to a bloated water bill and damage to your flooring, not to mention a damp, smelly bathroom. Luckily, a running toilet is often a simple fix. With easy replacements to worn out components, you can arrest the running water and get your toilet in working shape again. Here is a look at common causes of a running toilet and practical ways to solve them. [Read More]

Ingenious Ideas For Repurposing Aluminum Sheets Around The House

Posted on: 15 December 2015

Aluminum sheets are an incredibly convenient material to have around if you are in the middle of a home remodel or construction project and if you are like a lot of homeowners, you have the tendency to buy a little more than what you actually need. Those thin metal aluminum sheets that you have tucked away in the garage or storage may have been sitting since the last DIY project you tackled, but they definitely do have more than a few ways that they can be used around the house. [Read More]

How CO2 Tanks Create Your Favorite Soda Pop

Posted on: 14 December 2015

You know that fizzy, bubbly stuff in your favorite soda pop? Well, tanks of CO2 put the bubbles in there. That is correct--the same stuff people exhale from their lungs is used to create fizzy drinks that Americans imbibe by the gallons annually. You undoubtedly have several questions now about how carbon dioxide in a liquid does not kill you while in the same breath could kill you if you breathe in too much of it. [Read More]