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WORX Grass Shear/Hedge Trimmer Review May 24, 2017

Do you want to buy the best grass shears today? This WORX 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion New Cordless Hedge Trimmer or Grass Shear comes with features that make it one of the best that you can ever get. When you have the right information, you will always be able to get the best deals during your buy. Here is a review of WORX 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion New Cordless Hedge Trimmer or Grass Shear that you should know:

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Why should I upgrade my pool pump? December 13, 2016


In addition to step position and size it is important to consider how you want the interior edge of your pool decking to look. The Bull Nose coping option gives you a clean and smooth look and feel at the interior edge of your pool deck. Using the cantilever option allows you to customize the interior edge of your pool deck to match your pools surroundings. Read more below about the difference between Bull Nose and Cantilever coping.

Bullnose Step Option

The easiest way for you to complete your in-ground pool’s decking is with the bullnose step.
The bullnose step is used in conjunction with our quality extruded alluminum bullnose coping, which comes standard with any bullnose step.
Once installed, you simply pour concrete up to the coping edge, then apply your concrete finish and you’re done!

Cantilever Step option

The step requires a bit more expertise than the Bullnose. If you are a professional builder or experienced in in-ground pools then this might be the best fit for you.
However if you are new to the process or need step-by-step instructions to follow, we would recommend the Bullnose step.
Helpful resource: Intex Saltwater Systems and Sand Filter Pumps For Above Ground Pools

Here are a few tips to think about before installing your new pool liner:

Check and replace rubber ladder bumpers that are hard or deteriorated to avoid damage to the vinyl liner caused by metal pushing through.

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Categories: Hardware

Your Questions October 17, 2016


Ferny Problem

Question: I cut the old leaves in the spring and set them on the compost heap. About a year after, when I’m digging out the compost, I discover that little progress has been made by the fern leaves. What is the basis for their decomposition that is astonishingly slow, and what method would you recommend?

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More Tips October 4, 2016


Save some cardboard egg boxes or other bits of card and paper and tear or shred into small pieces to add to your compost bin in summer. At this time of year we end up with a lot of soft green waste but need some brown waste to create the right balance.

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Categories: Gardening

Cornichons October 2, 2016


Choose a sunny, sheltered site in which to grow your plants outside and a few weeks before planting outside and a few weeks before planting out dig a large hole for each plant, allowing 90 cm between them. Mix plenty of well-rotted manure or garden compost into the excavated soil. Refill to give a low mound into which your plant can be planted.

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Categories: Сookery

Good Ground September 21, 2016


1. If growing pumpkins for the largest fruit, pinch out the growing tip once shoots have set one fruit.

2. Green manures offer a great way to improve and replenish the soil. Include them in your crop rotation plans for the year and you should be able to reduce the need for artificial fertilisers.

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Categories: Gardening