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The Deadly Mistake You Could Be Making With Your Propane Grill This Summer
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Ensuring Food Safety With HACCP
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Buyer’s Guide for Purchasing Band Uniforms
The uniform purchase for your band organization will be one of the larger single expenditures for the booster organization or school administrative unit. The following outline is designed to help you become more knowledgeable of this process and to assist you in the financial preparation and necessary procedures for this investment.
Propane Tank Recycling Tips
Propane tank disposal can be confusing. Propane tanks are made out of recyclable steel and copper. But due to the gas and pressure inside, these tanks cannot...
FR Protection 101 A Guide to Flame-resistant Clothing for the Utilities Industry
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Propane Tank Explosions, Accidents and BLEVE's
The truth about propane tank explosions. Also known as a BLEVE, propane tank explosions are extremely rare.
Work Shorts & Khaki Shorts for Men
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Advice From Our Experts: Ice Cream Stains
There’s nothing has sweet as ice cream in the summer months. But cold treats mixed with warm weather can lead to messes. If the garment is dry clean only, make sure to take it to the cleaner as soon as you can and point out the stain. But if the garment can be washed, there’s a pretty simple way to treat protein stains at home following the steps below If the stain can be treated immediately: Run the garment under cold water and rub the affected area with detergent, then let it soak in cold water for 30 minutes. After soaking, launder the item in warm (not hot) water and then inspect. Be sure not to dry the item, heat from the drier can set the stain if it’s still there. If the…
Advice From Our Experts: Mud Stains
It can be tricky to know what to do when you get mud stains. We recommend to first let the stain dry completely. Once it’s dried, use a brush to remove the soil as much as you can. You can even use a vacuum on the area to remove as much of the dirt as possible. Then rub liquid laundry detergent into the remaining stain and let soak for 15 minutes. Gently rub the stain area to help loosen the soil every few minutes. Wash and repeat the process before drying if the stains persist.