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How to Build a Roaster Box

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Roaster boxes are large wooden boxes lined with metal where you can place a variety of food, including whole animals such as pigs. The food is placed inside of the box, which is then sealed. The box has a grate on which you set the pig, under which is burning coals. The food inside is then slowly ro

The Advantages of PVA

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PVA is found in household gluesglue bottle image by Bruce MacQueen from Fotolia.comPolyvinyl Acetate (PVA) is a thermoplastic resin. It was discovered by German scientist Dr. Fritz Klatte in 1912. The most common applications are white household glues and latex based house paints and as a...

Types of Large Cherries

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Cherries typically fall into one of two categories when it comes to taste, sweet or tart, and the different varieties can also have other variations. This includes size, with some cherry tree species producing larger fruit. This can be a positive attribute when it comes to selling the fruit, with a

Wood Carving Hand Tools

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Wood carving, the process of crafting and shaping wood, has been around for centuries. Whereas historically it has many functional purposes, such as for the creation of hunting sticks and weapons, most modern-day wood working is for artistic purposes. Many modern wood carving techniques include the

How to Polish Gun Parts

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After years of use--for some, only a few months--guns can start to look old, tarnished and unattractive. Whether you're an avid hunter, police officer or just exercising the Second Amendment, cleaning and polishing your fire-arms should be done once to twice a year. Cleaning the gun will help it wor

How to Soothe a Steam Burn

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Steam burns, like all other burns, range in severity. Severe steam burns require the attention of a doctor to prevent infection and prescribe the necessary medication to make a full recovery. Superficial steam burns to the first layer of skin, on the other hand, only require attention at home for a