Choosing The Right Paint For Revitalising Old Wooden Siding

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Few choices of exterior house cladding have the timeless charm of new wooden siding - and few choices look quite as worn-out and dilapidated as old, neglected wooden siding. However, if the wooden siding on your house is looking past its best, it may not be necessary to tear it down and replace it. Providing the wood hasn’t fallen victim to extensive decay or insect damage, a fresh coat of paint can spruce up your house, and leave your siding looking new at a minimum of expense.…

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How To Care For A Teak Dining Table

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Unwaxed teak dining furniture from stores like The Teak Place looks beautiful, and if you look after it properly, you’ll never need to replace it.  Here’s how to care for your teak dining table so that it will last you a lifetime. What you’ll need teak oil (available from DIY stores) duster vacuum cleaner rubber gloves cleaning rag old toothbrush How to do it The first thing to do is to clean your teak table so that it’s free from dust.…

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Why You Need to Trade Your Charcoal Barbecue for a Gas Model

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There is nothing quite as pleasurable in the summer months than spending time on your garden patio, inviting friends and family over, and sharing a feast cooked on the barbecue. But before you start grilling burgers, corn on the cob, and other kinds of deliciousness, you need to invest in a barbecue. With so many models on the market, it can be hard to know where to begin. But if you are really serious about creating the best possible barbecue in your backyard, it’s time to upgrade from your dinky charcoal barbecue to a flashy gas model.…

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