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February 10, 2015
Everything you need to handle emergencies, repairs, and home improvements
January 14, 2009
When home-building accidents happen, off-the-shelf kits just don’t cut it. Here’s what you really need.
November 12, 2008
Should you wear glass, plastic, or polycarbonate lenses?
September 1, 2008
Tired of cleaning sawdust and drywall dust off your glasses all day long during the winter months because of static? Try this: Wipe your glasses with a simple antistatic clothes-dryer…
March 1, 2007
If your eyes still are young enough to focus equally well on objects both near and far, read no more. But if you’ve arrived at the bifocal stage and you…
July 1, 2005
Like pairs of socks, gloves have a habit of breaking up and heading off in separate directions. I had such a glove, a soft fleece one that was too good…
January 1, 2004
Replace your old fiberglass tub with a tiled shower
November 1, 2001
They can be hard to find, but today's safety glasses are as attractive as designer street glasses and offer much better protection
November 1, 1994
For $10 or less, comfortable eye wear will guard against common job-site hazards
September 1, 1994
I wear contact lenses, and sanding drywall on a ceiling (or doing any other kind of dusty, overhead work) can be difficult. Regular safety goggles have air holes that allow…
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