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Do's And Don'ts For Post Mobile Windshield Glass Repair

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If your old car’s windshield was recently broken by a rock flung off of the highway by a commercial truck, then you will be happy to know that a mobile auto glass replacement service will come out to your office and replace the windshield while you work. When you leave work at the end of the day with your car’s new windshield in place, follow these do’s and don’ts to protect it from damage: Read More»

Doing A Window Pane Glass Replacement Job On Your Own

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If you had an incident occur where you ended up with a pane of glass with a crack through the middle, you will want to work swiftly in having it repaired so no one accidentally becomes injured. Large glass panes will need to be repaired or replaced by a glass service as the glass is bulky and you risk breaking it if it is dropped. Fixing a smaller pane of glass can be done on your own if you have the proper tools and a bit of knowledge. Read More»

Fixing A Chipped Windshield Successfully

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If you were recently driving along and a rock was kicked up into the air, striking your windshield as a result, you may find a small portion of the glass missing where it had made impact. Repairing a chipped windshield is a job you may be able to do on your own with the proper materials. Here are some instructions to follow when dealing with a chip in your vehicle’s windshield. Read More»

Hair Dye Stains On Shower Doors – Removal And Prevention

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Dying your hair can be a very messy process. The hair dye can find its way onto anything and everything in your bathroom. If you have managed to get hair dye on your shower doors, you can remove it easier than you might think and with cheaper products than you would imagine. Below, you will find out how to cheaply and easily remove the hair dye from your shower doors. Read More»

Always Wanted An Outdoor Shower? 3 Shower And Enclosure Ideas To Get You Thinking

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In warmer climates, outdoor showers are the rage, especially in rural settings. That shower could be just a simple spray to wash off excess beach sand or a full-blown outdoor spa with multiple jets. Creating effective and eye-appealing shower enclosures is a must. You might want to have a shower with a view, but may not want to be “viewed” while bathing “al fresco.” Here are three design ideas to get you started. Read More»