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How to Make Santa Claus Figurine

Santa Claus is one of the most popular symbols of Christmas. If you want to make your own homemade Santa Claus, then follow this guide on how to make a Santa Claus figurine that you can also sell to make an added income this holiday season. To make a Santa Claus figurine, you will need […]

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‘Woof to wash’ washing machine operated by dogs

Assistance dogs are usually needed by blind, deaf and handicapped individuals to assist them in their day-to-day activities, and we’ve also spotted the dogs put to perfect usage in medical centers like that of Amsterdam’s VU University Medical Center, where they are deployed to detect infections. This time a UK laundry washing company has created […]

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Top 5 Business Ideas for Young EntrePinoys

If you’re looking for business ideas you can start with a minimal investment, these top 5 cool businesses might interests you. These are not only easy to start but can also bring big profits on your pocket. 1. Jewelry and Bead Accessories: If you have that creative skills in making fashionable cute and sellable accessories, […]

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How to Make Homemade Laundry Detergent

Aside from liquid detergent, you can also make an inexpensive laundry detergent soap from your home. This is just very easy to make although some ingredients can not be found easily in the supermarket but there are lots of distributors of these items

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How to Make Lime-Clay-Sand Blocks

With the materials that are available all over the country, Industrial Technology and Development Institute fabricated blocks which need no firing. The block has a square face and grooved sides which allow adequate surface for bonding. It measures 8″x8″x6″. The provinces of La Union, Bulacan, Batangas, Quezon, Bohol and Negros Occidental have reserves of all […]

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How to Make Cables and Cable Trays Sexy for Your Business

Cables and Cable Trays don’t have to be an eyesore and there’s no need to hide them. We look at some of the most stylish design ideas for cable runners. When you just can’t hide them It’s not often that the word ‘cable trays’ is used in the same sentence as ‘sexy’, but there’s a […]

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Compelling Reasons Why You Should invest in Gold Jewelry in the Philippines?

Investing in gold is an idea worth mulling over. There are many gold investment reasons to convince you. And no, they have nothing to do with the gold pyramiding scam that has given the industry a bad rap. Whether you’d like to invest in gold jewelry or bullions, the following points will shed some light […]

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6 Ways You Can Earn With Your Car

Drivers have a lot of responsibilities particularly when they are using public roads. The public’s safety should be their top priority while driving. Moreover, they need to shoulder the costs of the petroleum or gas which they need to power their engines. Unfortunately, there will be times that they find it hard to do so […]

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How to Make Tawa-tawa (Euphorbia hirta) Tea as Cure for Dengue

Tawa-tawa tea is said to be an effective cure for dengue. To find the truth behind tawa-tawa’s curative properties, students of the University of Sto Tomas (UST) – Faculty of Pharmacy conducted a study entitled “Investigation of the anti-thrombocytopenic property of euphorbia hirta linn (Tawa-Tawa) decoction in rat models.” Results showed that laboratory mice treated […]

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Processing of Coconut Shell into Activated Carbon/Charcoal

Coconut shell, a by-product of copra processing, is a good material for activated carbon/charcoal ( Fig. 1(519)). Activated charcoal (charcoal activated with CO2, water vapor, or chemical compounds) made of coconut shell has advantages compared to other materials (wood, rice husk, corn cob) because of its ability to absorb color or aroma. It is used […]

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Charcoal from Carabao and Cow Dung, Coconut Shell and Corn Cob

Coconut Shell Charcoal There are many ways of charcoal making, but the simplest so far is the use of drum. The method modified by the Forest Products Research and Industries Development (Los Baños) are the following: Charcoal from Carabao and Cow Dung, Coconut Shell and Corn Cob Materials: Ordinary drum (5.5 galon capacity) Chimney on […]

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Ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata) Essential Oil Processing

The Ylang-ylang tree belongs to the family Anonaceae. It is scientifically known as Cananga odorata. It is a strong tree that reaches a maximum height of about 65 feet. The tree is cultivated for its fragrant flowers which are used as garlands. Essential oil can be extracted from ylang-ylang which finds application in many industries […]

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