How Your Windshield Wipers Affect Your Windshield

Posted on: 27 July 2016

A scratched windshield is not only unattractive: it can be dangerous as well. Scrapes and scratches lower your ability to see, especially during inclement weather. Pouring rain and a marred windshield are a recipe for dangerous driving. One way to stay safe is to use and maintain your windshield wipers. Regular Use Even when your wipers are in good shape, mistakes on your part can lead to a scratched windshield. First, you need to keep your windshield clean.
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Remodel An Outdated Bathroom With Ease

Posted on: 26 April 2016

If your master bathroom is outdated and does not fit your needs, consider remodeling it. One of the best aspects of remodeling a bathroom is that you get to completely customize it to suit your needs. Use the guide that follows to learn a few things to take into consideration when remodeling an outdated bathroom. Consider If You Want a Bathtub, a Shower, or Both The first thing you need to consider is if you want the bathroom to have a bathtub, a shower, or both in it.
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Two Types Of Safety Glass You May Not Be Aware Of And What You Would Use Them For

Posted on: 4 April 2016

Just about everyone knows that safety glass includes tempered and laminated glass, both of which are used for car windows and windshields. However, there are two more kinds of safety glass; wire meshed and engraved. While you probably will never see these two types of safety glass in a vehicle, they do have other, very useful applications. The latter type, engraved, is so new that additional uses for it are being discovered all the time.
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Removing And Preventing Paint Vandalism On Your Gas Station's Windows

Posted on: 29 March 2016

One of the downsides to owning a gas station in a high crime area is regularly dealing with spray paint graffiti removal. Since obvious signs of vandalism affect the overall look of your business and can drive away your customers, you will be happy to learn that you can easily remove the tagging paint from your gas station's windows. Additionally, you can ask a commercial glass company like Custom Glass Mirror Image LLC to polish the glass to remove any scratches and install an anti-graffiti film to prevent future damage.
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