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How to keep your EarthWerks® flooring looking fresh

To keep your EarthWerks® LVT flooring looking good and fresh, you should ensure correct maintenance and care. The surface of your LVT flooring was finished with a factory-applied PU coating. This coating provides a good protection against routine cleaning, so that no additional sealing is necessary. Due to the PU coating by EarthWerks® the floors are easy to clean. A hint in advance: Protect your floor, in ...

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How to make delicious dairy free brownies

COCONUT OIL – IT’S NATURAL AND AS EASY AS KTC  Let’s face it Britain has gone coconut crazy with everyone hearing about all its good qualities. Some people however are a bit confused as to how to use it for cooking and baking. It’s as well to remember that coconut oil is still quite new in the UK and in this climate it normally appears in the jar as a solid white oil. Many people worry though that during th ...

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How to have healthier meals with KTC Rapeseed Oil

Rapeseed Oil - It's as easy as KTC KTC has a great range of cold pressed rapeseed oils: plain, chilli infused, basil infused and garlic infused. If you want a versatile and healthier cooking oil that tastes great then make the switch to rapeseed oil. Many people are doing just that and enjoying the culinary and health benefits it offers. Rapeseed oil is extracted from the seeds of rapeseed plants and comes ...

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How to stay hydrated with Suncrest 100% Pure Coconut Water

You’d have to be living in a bubble not to realise that coconuts have been hailed as the new super food in the UK. It seems you simply can’t get enough of them! Suncrest 100% Pure Coconut Water is a natural, fat free drink and has the ability to rehydrate your body, as well as replenishing some necessary minerals such as potassium, manganese and sodium. Suncrest 100% Pure Coconut water has no artificial add ...

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How to get the best deal on your caravan insurance

Stuart Craig from Shield Total Insurance offers some ideas to drive the best deal on your caravan insurance. It’s always worth shopping around and please don’t think that cheapest is always best. Specialist insurers allow you to alter your cover to exactly suit your needs. Caravan insurance can be obtained for less money than you think – premiums start at a little over £50 per annum. Shield Total Insurance ...

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How to get the best deal on your motorhome insurance

Stuart Craig from Shield Total Insurance offers some ideas to drive the best deal on your motorhome insurance. Whatever make of motorhome you own or are planning to buy, it will need to be insured before you can hit the road. The average cost of an annual motorhome insurance policy taken out with Shield Total Insurance is approx. £245. So to help mitigate your costs we can suggest six sensible tips without ...

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How to choose the right outdoor lighting

Illumination for safety reasons To guide visitors to your front door you may wish to consider LED floodlighting, wall lights or porch lights with either motion sensors (PIR's) or Dusk-to-Dawn sensors (Photocells). For paths and driveways you may wish to consider step and brick lighting, buried uplights or bollard path lights. Illumination for decorative effects For highlighting structures, soffits, water fe ...

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How to prepare your child for their first day of school

The night before Get everything ready Double-check that all clothes and bags are labelled, lay out your child’s uniform and have bags packed and ready for the morning. This will leave time for any last-minute talks or perhaps a special breakfast. Talk about the exciting day ahead Remind your child about the fun things waiting for them at school, but also talk them through what to do if they aren’t sure abou ...

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How to pack for a holiday

We’ve all been there… you jet halfway around the world only to touch down at your beach resort and realise you’ve forgotten favourite bikini. In the excitement and chaos of holiday packing, it’s easy to forget things like plug adaptors or local currency, let alone your latest tankini. So plan ahead and print off our handy checklist so you can tick off before you fly off. The essentials Documentation: Are yo ...

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How to protect your home from burglars

Stop burglars scoring a home run in your street by turning your home into a castle with these nifty defences and deterrents… No cost As most burglars are opportunist, and looking for signs that the homeowner is not security conscious, ensure all garden gates, windows and doors are closed and if necessary padlocked – both at night and when you go out. Cut back tall trees and shrubs around fences and doorways ...

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How to stay safe on social media

From hashtags and handles, tweets and tags, to feeds and followers – we might all be fluent in the language of social networking these days, but do we know who we’re talking to? Friends, family, mates of mates? Or, could we be letting complete strangers know more than we’d like? While social media has enabled billions of us to connect and share experiences, it also leaves a trail of ‘virtual footprints’ – l ...

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