but you have to use plastic to scrap. everything unrelated to elephants is irrelephant. i was under the impression that bulking junk only allowed it to be sold, not just weighing less - is the weight difference in bulking an actual noticeable amount? obviously things like wood, cloth, and steel are completely unnecessary. rage is a hell
read the melamine vs. plywood construction for cabinets discussion from the chowhound cookware food community. join the discussion today. read the melamine vs. plywood construction for cabinets discussion from the chowhound cookware food community. i know there is good melamine vs. bad melamine and good wood vs. bad wood, but i'm curious
read the weight watchers "core" vs. "points" plans discussion from the chowhound diets food community. join the discussion today. the best sustainable school lunch supplies to replace plastic; why i chose weight watchers "core" plan vs. their "points" plan. i don't expect the weight loss to be any better or worse on core; i'm aiming to
steven mazza, president of s&b pallet co., plainfield, n.j., and member of the board of directors of the national wooden pallet & container association, offers these tips for choosing between wood and plastic. 1. understand the differences.wood pallets are recyclable, can be repaired, are less costly, and can hold more weight than plastic.
to a woodworker, however, there's a big difference between wood filler and wood putty. if you had to reduce the difference to one characteristic, it would be that wood filler is sandable and is intended for unfinished wood, while wood putty is not sandable and is best used on finished wood.
the durability of plastic pallets makes them ideal for use on pallet wrapping machines. wood pallets. wood pallets are about 3 times less expensive than plastic pallets and at least 10 times more widely used. they hold more weight than plastic, can be used for weight between 1,500 and 3,000 pounds, easily repaired and reused.
read the what is the difference between a mill and a grinder? discussion from the chowhound cookware food community. to make things confusing, grain is *ground* in a *mill*. in that instance, the weight and friction of two heavy flat stones pulverizes the grain. others don't like them so much because they are made of black plastic and
one time i used sugar in the - for a batch of chocolate chip cookies. forgive me- i was going through a "natural food phase". i gave one to a co-worker and he actually spat it out into a trash can in front of me and said it was like eating sand. so if you do it, make sure its the small granulated kind, not the stuff like in starbucks packets.