How to Identify Central Heating Air Flow

Air flow is the lifeblood of heat and many functionality, energy efficiency as well as indoor air quality issues are either the cause or consequence of incorrect air flow. Proper air flow results from a correct match between the output of the furnace blower and the dimensions and design of ductwork that disperses heat throughout [...]

Homelite Super 2 Chain Saw Oil Type

Oil needs vary by manufacturer, model and parts of the series saw. To get a Homelite Super 2 series saw, two different types of oils are required: one for the engine and one for the series. If petroleum specifications are neglected, the saw can malfunction. Engine Oil Homelite chain saws are equipped with lookup engines. [...]

Amps to Get a Kitchen

The overall amps on your kitchen wiring depend on local electrical wiring code requirements, in addition to the number and type of major appliances you have. Amperage (A) is a measure of currentflow, of power in a circuit, while watts would be the units of energy an appliance uses. When an appliance’s wattage is given, [...]

How to Remove Stains From Cutlery

Cutlery is subject to exposure to all types of chemicals through regular use: oily foods, minerals and detergents, to mention a few. Over time, that once-sparkling flatware’s finish becomes dull and stained. Even stainless-steel cutlery stains. Oftentimes, these stains may be rubbed away with things already in the kitchen; occasionally, it might take more than [...]

Fiddleleaf Fig Bushes

Also called banjo fig, fiddleleaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is an evergreen tree indigenous to tropical Africa. In the wild, the tree can grow to heights of around 100 feet, with a spread of around 60 feet. The tree may be pruned heavily, however, to allow it to maintain a smaller, longer bush-like habit. Fiddleleaf fig [...]