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My quick tips for remodelers - Don't forget the safety equipment

Blog entry by AdkWoodworker posted 01-21-2009 03:52 PM 1557 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

I don’t think I’m any different than everyone else. Once I get that hammer and demolition bar in my hand, there is no stopping me! Until…..... something flies up and hits me in the eye! I can see everyone reading this article already nodding your heads!

I’m remodeling two rooms for our new baby daughter that arrived in August of 2008 – I’ll post some pictures of the progress soon (one room almost done). During the process, I did end up having to take out my contact lenses twice because of dust in my eyes. I wrote a short article a while back that gives some quick tips for all remodelers. The following link will take you to the full article. Common sense items, but more often than not – forgotten about until it’s to late!

Important Safety Equipment for Remodeling Your Home
In this informative article, common home renovation projects are addressed from a safety standpoint. Homeowners are eager to quickly dive right in, and proper precautions in many cases go by the wayside.
http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/951991/important_safety_equipment_for_remodeling.html



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posted 01-22-2009 01:12 AM

This was a very good article and one that we should all take seriously.Thanks for sharing.

-- Dustygirl Hastings,Ont. Life is too short to sit around doing nothing

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