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- Win an Ice Cream Party for 100 Friends. Tanenbaum, Sharon; Tate, Ashley // Real Simple;Jul2007, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p38
The article presents information related to the Web site RealSimple.com. It is reported that visitors of the Web site can win an ice cream block party from June 4 through July 8, 2007. The Web site presents a grid that can be used to find the best ways to eradicate 16 tough stains. Several tips...
- Taming the staining brush blues. Cordonier, Jamie // Tech Directions;Sep96, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p50
Highlights the use of foam padding scraps for staining. Description; Comparison with disposable foam brushes; Roofing pads.
- Near-perfect wood finishing. Hanson, Sven // Woodworker's Journal;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p16
Part 2. Presents instructions on how to stain wood. Components and application of oil stains; Solvent-based stains; Safety Precautions; Water-based stains. INSETS: Using artist's oils to match wood colors.;The troubleshooting corner (staining tips)..
- Oops. // Grand Rapids Parent Magazine;July97, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p8
Presents study findings from Johnson Wax on the causes and types of stains on children's clothes. Foods identified as major causes of stains; Percentage of respondents indicating that men are the biggest stainmakers.
- A natural touch. Stuart, Lyndal // Australian House & Garden;Sep98, Vol. 100 Issue 4, p195
Presents information on Natur Woodstain, a ecofriendly, water-based stain which dries in 24 hours. Cost of the product; Range of colors that the woodstain is available in; Where the woodstain can be purchase from.
- Water-based concrete stain. // Concrete Construction;Jan2005, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p126
Features the Color Floor water-based stains from Smith Paint Products in the U.S. Product specification; Identification of alkali and ultraviolet resistant with superior adhesion to interior and exterior concrete, plaster, natural stone and other porous mediums; Web site address.
- The most common stains. // American Coin-Op (Crain Communications Inc. (MI));Feb2002, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p26
Focuses on the common stains. Classification and sources of stains; Identification of turmeric spice as most common stain; Lists of stain sources.
- Colors to Dye For. Dresdner, Michael // Woodworker's Journal;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p20
Provides information pertaining to dye stains. Definition of a dye; Difference between the size of a typical dye particle and a typical pigment particle; Making stains from dyes; Problems with dyes.
- THANKS FORâ€¦. // Ceramic Review;Mar/Apr2010, Issue 242, p16
The article discusses the benefits of using stains to potters who need different colors that can withstand the high temperature of glazing.