Monthly Archives: May 2016

4 Creative Uses for Different Kinds of Hose Clamps

Nas clamps

If you’ve ever used heavy duty hose clamps stainless steel is probably the most common that you have come across. This is because stainless steel while very strong and durable is still flexible and heat resistant. There are many different types of hose clamps that can be used for different applications, depending on what you need it for. The quality and the strength also vary. The great thing about hose clamps is that they can be used for many different things, you aren’t limited to only what they were intentionally manufactured for. Let’s take a look at a few uses for hose clamps.

Automotive(more…)

23 May 2016

Do it Yourself Projects Don’t Have to be a Hassle DIY Made a Little Simpler

Hose clamps stainless steel

As a home owner, you’re probably always looking for ways to save a little bit of money, especially when it comes to simple repairs. One of the most popular ways to do this is to pick a project and do it yourself. However, some of these projects can go awry much more easily than you might think! So before you start any DIY project in your home, make sure to do your research first.

One of the most common household problems is plumbing. Whether its a sink that constantly drips, or a shower head that leaks cold water right on your head while you’re showering, these little annoyances can prompt a quick and sometimes improvised solution. While the improvised solution might seem like a good idea at the time, duct tape does not, unfortunately, fix everything. However, there are other solutions that are ju (more…)

13 May 2016

Dealing With A New Teen Driver? Read This

Headlight restore

Whether you’re the parent of a new driver or a teen driver yourself, there are no ifs, ands, or buts about it — night driving is far less safe than day driving. In fact, 40% of fatal car accidents occur at night despite there being significantly less traffic on the roads during the small hours. Teen drivers face a 50% greater chance of dying behind the wheel if they drive at night, particularly between 9 and 12 pm. So, how do we combat this occupational hazard of night driving? Well many parents and municipalities for that matter simply forbid it, and restrict night driving until a teen is an adult.
If this isn’t feasible for you or your child however, then there are other things that you can do. To our minds, the number one preventative measure you can take is to make sure the headlights of the car the (more…)

04 May 2016