Brass Beds

Brass beds are manufactured using alloy brass, which is a combination of zinc and copper. Brass beds were furniture of royal usage in olden days due to the gracious look of brass metal with ornamental works and engraved patterns. Brass bed models offered are obviously given the names as king?s model, queen?s model, and other things.

Extensive usage of brass beds has now picked up as the latest trend. Pets can be one of the family members according to pet lovers. Pet lovers may choose a costly brass bed, if they could afford one.

Designer pet beds in brass could be ordered or assembled to suit your requirements. Allure Furniture Designs, CA that provide head and foot supports separately constructed using the Vintage brass, are supplying different brass accessories also. They accept order for designer furnitures and precious pets could get comfortable beds. Extreme Halloween Inc offer specialty products for cats and dogs. Conditions postulated by this company state that the order for designer products could not be cancelled, because of the cost factor.

A special type of cat bed model has platinum pearl tubular metal frame, jade green mattress cushion and dust ruffle. Cats and dogs up to about 40 lbs can use this bed. The dimensions of this bed are 22½"Lx 22¼"Wx16 depth. Padded mattress has strengthened sides to offer back support. This chrome or brass material four-poster cat bed is manufactured by

Elegante-Brass Bed Factory, Brooklyn has 40 years of experience in manufacturing brass beds. Their techniques of hand finishing of brass beds leave them an untarnishable look. They are accepting online ordering also. They take up the manufacturing work within 72 hours of receiving special orders from the customers. Shipping may take around 3-6 weeks time.

Historic Metal Casement Windows | Repair & Restoration Guide
With care and routine cleaning historic metal casement windows can last just as long as a modern day replacement. Whether cast, wrought iron or steel, corrosion is generally the primary cause of any issues that might occur. This guide aims to give a historical context to non-galvanised (pre 1950) metal casement windows and the distinct development of material and form over the years, advice on a best practise maintenance routine, signs of deterioration to look out for and likely restoration and repair techniques when metal windows are in need of intervention. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure this guide is informative, this is not a definitive resource to historic metal window restoration and specialist advice should always be sought when necessary. The first metal windows in the UK were reserved for the noble or papal. Exceptionally expensive, glazing was not affordable for most meaning the earliest examples of metal windows in the UK are predominantly found in ecclesiastical buildings and country manors. Initially, windows were made by medieval blacksmiths from wrought iron. Installed directly into the building secured with copper or lead ferramenta bars, the windows were fixed closed and fairly simplistic in design. Casement windows, those with at least one light or pane that could be opened, required significantly more skill and craftsmanship, since they required mechanical components. The majority of 14th - 17th century windows took this form, made up of a series of leaded light panels, in diamond shapes (known as quarries) joined together using strips of lead (cames) to produce one casement glazed area framed with wrought iron. In the 18th century, wrought iron casement windows were predominantly superseded by the latest fashion - timber sash windows which we see so much of today. Still, metal casement windows with leaded lights continued to be used in ecclesiastical settings and in lowlier domestic houses, and a mini renaissance occurred in the 1800's with the boom in gothic architecture, the arts and crafts movement and the industrial revolution. The developments in manufacturing processes in the industrial revolution led to traditional wood sash windows being reproduced in cast iron. Once a craftsman's job, metal windows could now be mass produced by the new 19th century factories. The final stage historically in metal window development came in the 1850's when Sir Henry Bessemer, an English engineer and inventor, developed a new mass production process for hot rolled steel. This allowed for new innovations in the manufacture of casement windows and as a result they became predominantly made from steel. Through the Art Deco and World War periods, owing to the versatility of the material architecturally, steel window production flourished. One of the largest and most well-known producers of the time were Crittal - now a well-used term for steel windows - which are still in production to this day. To find out more about the metallurgy and a historical context of the particular metals used in these windows have a look at our tech spec guides for wrought iron, cast iron and steel. In the case of older non-galvanised metal windows made of wrought iron, cast iron or steel, a maintenance routine should be developed to ensure your windows last as they should. Some of the most prevalent problems that occur with metal casement windows include: Corrosion, although slightly different dependent on the fabric of your window casement, is generally the primary cause of any issues that might occur, and good care and routine cleaning will keep this to a minimum, protecting both the metal and glazing. If in any doubt, seek professional advice before attempting to clean metal windows. Check metal frames for sitting water - whether resulting from heavy rain or condensation. Gathering to excess can accelerate the corrosion process. Some steel casement windows will have small holes along their base (weep holes) to allow sitting water to drain away. Check these regularly for blockages and keep them clear of any obstructions Light rust can be removed by hand with a wire brush or sandpaper, however, more severely corroded metal windows may need to be cleaned professionally. Oiling moving components of window furniture regularly will help reduce the chances of rusting or fusing shut. A thin oil (such as 2 in 1) should be used on iron and steel window moving components to keep free. You can clean historic ironmongery gently with soft cloths or brass brush. Do not to use any abrasive cream or solvents and ensure you dry the ironwork completely after cleaning. Signs of Windows in Need of Intervention There are certain signs to look out for that may indicate some of the above conditions may be occurring, at which point, restoration/conservation advice should be sought. Fusing between catches, stays and pivots (never force windows open or closed if they are stuck!) Blistering to protective paintwork where metal underneath is corroding Lifting / falling out of putty around glazing Often, metal casement windows will look a lot worse than they actually are. Since rust by volume is greater than un-oxidised iron or steel, what looks like a terrible mess may in fact be fairly easily rectified by a professional. Once restored, metal casement windows can last as long as a new replacement would if maintained. Original historic metal windows bring character and aesthetic to your building, and should never be replaced with uPVC or other crude alternatives. Replication, where repair is not possible, should be sensitive to the character of existing windows using matching sections, original fittings, and where necessary, traditionally produced glass. An important note should be made on window furniture. It is of great importance that the existing furniture is both maintained and preserved where possible and re-used during any repair or alteration works. These points are even more relevant where the building is listed or in a conservation area and planning consents maybe required. In restoration, glazing and old putty will often need removing from the metal frames. Existing glazing will be carefully cleaned and reinstated and replacement putty installed. Where the metal frames are in need of attention, dependent on the fabric, dent-straightening, cold stitching (if thick enough), fire welding, modern welding and patching are typical repair techniques which may be used. Whilst light corrosion can be removed by hand, serious rust may require using acid pickling or shot blasting. Which techniques are employed will often depend on both budgets and the historical context of the windows. A zinc based paint will often be used as a primer to provide a protective layer to bare metal prior to painting with a suitable system. It should be noted, that removing all coatings from the metalwork can destroy evidence of previous historic paintwork. As such some paint samples should be taken and if possible layers should be left behind in a small area where rust has not occurred to provide a context for future owners. These restoration methods should only ever be carried out by a skilled and experienced professional. Click below for guides on other architectural metalwork features:1. I am a 13 year old girl. And i LOVE bands like Paramore and alternative music how should I decorate my room?Paint your entire room a neutral color. Find a wall screen of worn out brick, cover the wall behind your bed and the wall adjacent to it in the screen. Keep your floor bare. Put posters up of the band you like on the walls without the brick. Get a bed, desk, beside table, and chairs with metal frames. Also be sure to get a great stereo system. Hope this works out for you!2. Eyeglass wearers: Do you prefer plastic frames or metal frames?Plastic because they are not pliable and they show me as the geek I truly am :]3. A Guide to Choosing Glasses That FitAnyone who has ever worn glasses understands how uncomfortable a pair can be if they are not properly fitted and adjusted. While industry pros are capable of only slightly adjusting plastic frames, there are a variety of ways that metal frames can be adjusted for an ideal fit. Experts know that the one of the most common ways of adjusting metal frames is through the nose pads. Read on for a quick guide to some of the most popular types of nose pads used on metal frame glasses, and how an Optician can select the right ones for their client. While optical nose pads are available in a wide range of materials, professionals know that there are two types that are most common: plastic and silicone. Graduates of optician programs know that silicone is generally the most comfortable material for nose pads. It is soft and flexible, and moulds to the contours of the wearer's nose. However, silicone nose pads are not perfect, as their porous material easily absorbs sweat and dirt. Causing a slight discoloration to occur about every six months. Once you have earned your optician diploma, it is important to have your clients check in with you at least twice a year to have their silicone pads switched out for new ones. Plastic nose pads, on the other hand, have a much more rigid feel compared to silicone ones. Opticians know that nose pads made from this material tend to be much less comfortable than the silicone pads, and do not contour to the face the same way. Opticians Choose the Best Method to Mount Nose Pads Students enrolled in Licensed Optician courses will learn that there are several ways that nose pads can be mounted onto a pair of metal frame glasses. Dispensing Opticians always have screw on nose pads on hand, since these are the most popular type. They are held onto the frames by a tiny screw that slides through a hole beneath the nose pad and the frame's guard arm. If a customer should need replacement screw on pads, it is important to recommend that they see a certified optician. A screwdriver must be used and it can easily slip and scratch the lenses. Snap on nose pads are also quite common. They come in a variety of materials and are very easy to replace. They can be found at virtually any eyeglasses store and they simply click on and off of the frames. Professional Opticians Understand the Importance of Nose Pad Shape and Size Professional Licensed Opticians know that nose pads are made in sizes. Ranging from approximately 9mm to 24mm, and they come in many different shapes. It is important that an Optician select the right size for his or her client, depending on their specific features. Symmetrical nose pads are all identical and can be used on both the left side and the right. These are ideal for opticians as the guesswork usually involved in differentiating the left from the right pad is eliminated. Asymmetrical nose pads consist of a pad designated to wither the right or left side of a frame. Experts know that the flat edge of these pads should always face away from the face. Would you like to learn more about optical retail? Find out more about Stenberg College's Optician Diploma Program!
My Metal Frame Bed Is Broken From One Side Where Is Was Joint Together with Headboard Leg.?
Tex person is right. regular glue would not hold such pressure. There is a liquid called JB weld (most hardware stores sell it). I would suggest you apply the JB weld, and then wire the frame back together for more support. edit: You might also support that part of the frame with a cement block or bricks. (for additional support) edit: AL Batty has a good point. But, if you decide to use L brackets, it might be a good idea to also consider wiring them in place afer you have drilled and attached them with small bolts and nuts. -- (depending on the way the frame has come apart)1. How do I age and distress a pressed tin/metal frame?You could paint it a base color and then once that's dry go over it with a glaze (paint mixed with water) to get all the indents. Or you could also patina it. They sell the actual patina mix at craft stores. It turns out really cool2. how do you figure wind load on a metal frame building (24 by 32) ?You need to know what city the building is located in, the importance category of the building, the exposure factor, the height, ect. You should consult the appropriate section of your National Building Code. In Canada, its in Part 4. The formula is given, and then, you figure out the various coefficients..and get a pressure varying with height.3. I have a metal frame that holds a sheet of tacky orange fabric as my airconditioning filter.where to purchase?Usually a home Improvement Store. Most you see now is green4. How to upcycle metal frame?No, It's not too heavy you just need the right hardware for the job. As long as you distribute the weight evenly it will stay in place until you decide to move it. Without seeing the Metal frame my best guess would be that you should use anchors or molly bolts. Another possible option would be french cleats, but that might show after hanging. Sounds like a unique vintage piece that just needs to be laquered or painted and will look great in a Rustic Cottage setting or work well with a Vintage Industrial theme. I like using pieces like that as make shift wall hooks for scarves and hats as well. Another excellent Idea is to make a shelf or end table out of it, since it's so large you could possibly use it as an end table by hanging it low and putting a sheet of thick glass over it5. metal frame or quick set pool??? PLEASE HELP?METAL FRAME! even an animal can pop a quick set pool. you do NOT want one. lol. they are not worth a dime to me. but you would be having a hassle to take a pool down every year, why do you need to though? blessings6. How can you attach metal screws holding a metal frame into a wooden table once they've come loose?gorilla glue!!!!7. 21.5x16.5 air fliter? Currently in it: blue mesh with metal frame (its gross!). Tried 20x16 but falls out?Yes, I think that this one was meant to be washable also. BUT, if it's gross, Home Depot carries a cut to fit blue filter material (under $10) that is stiff enough to support itself under the suction, is washable, and every bit as good (or better than) the throw-outs. Use your old frame and cut one of those to fit it. That should hold you for a few years.8. How do I get dirt &sand out of the bottom of a 18 by 4ft metal frame above ground pool from walmart ?You are pretty much stuck. Those alleged filter systems are not strong enough to operate a manual vacuum. Short of purchasing an additional pool pump for vacuuming there is not any way out. Sorry. Score another one for Wally World.9. Another 1911 colt 45 question?The 1911 has a better trigger, metal frame and is a legend. I do not like the scissor triggered plastic Glock10. How do I attach ceramic house number tiles to the metal frame so they don't fall out?Glue the tiles to the metal frame. Then, use bathroom tile caulk around on the front, where the tile meets the frame. That caulk will not only help hold the tile, it will give a more finished look
Plastic Frames Vs Metal Frames on an Asian Guy?
I was never a fan of plastic frames in general. I think anyone, girl or guy, no matter what race, looks better in metal frames. The plastic frames look a little cheap and easy to break. You should stick to the metal frames, they are not even nerdy :)1. where can i find nonprescription reding glasses that are REAL GLASS and have METAL FRAMES?what she sed ^2. Prescription glasses bridge, wide or narrow?Get metal frames as they will be easier to adjust!3. Any advice on shopping for poster frames?Hi, I have 10 years custom picture framing experience. Any custom picture frame shop will have Neilson metal frames you can use with your posters. I recommend a squared off top instead of a rounded top if you have reason to think they will be moved around a lot, as metal frames that large torque when moved and the squared off top profiles hold up better, longer. Neilson has some awesome wider profiles that will hold glass that large more safely as well. I also recommend making sure your framer actually realizes *cringes because they should, but some do not * that the frame lip will cover a quarter to a half an inch of the sides of the poster, but that may not be enough to make sure the fine print at the bottom does not show. It looks tacky when it shows or is cut in half, so make sure they know how to take care of that without cropping more than they need to or less than they need to. Also, it needs to be dry mounted if it's not signed or valuable so you wo not see ripples in it after condensation and humidity expansion and contraction have taken their toll. If it is valuable or signed and you want to preserve the value, it will need conservation mounted and matted. A good shop will warn you that dry mounting - even 'conservation dry mounting' will destroy the value of a signed piece and make you sign a waver if you insist on doing it anyways. Dry mounting is the only way to make it flat though since posters are so large and on such thin paper. Also to remember is if it's signed and you do not want matting, to have spacers put in so the signature is separated from the glass and wo not stick. I would also recommend plexiglass if it will be over a sofa or where a child could possibly break the glass bc it's so large. Plexi is expensive, UV proof plexi is even more expensive, but less expensive than slicing someone open with a three foot shard of glass. Another thing, poster ink fades notoriously fast, and so even if it's a cheap $5 poster and you do not want to pay for UV proof glass (or UV proof plexiglass) remember the frame is the valuable part here, and it will outlast the poster, and most posters are the same size, so you can reuse it in the future4. i want to get rid of my footboard?You could get one of them metal frames that you can attach the headboard to they only cost about $305. is it cheesy to wear duo plastic metal frames for those who have thick lens in spite of them being high index?if you have the option to try each than pick which suits you best if not than I would go with metal6. I just got a couple of really cool matted photographs that I need red and yellow metal frames for?eBay! You can find EVERYTHING on eBay. Careful...its addicting7. GlassesUSA review: Brand, service, and productsReviews for this brand are generally positive. GlassesUSA started trading in 2009, and they are an online eyewear retailer catering for adults and children. They offer designer and in-house brands featuring a wide range of frames and styles. All lenses, including sunglasses, can be either prescription or non-prescription, with the company claiming to have over 7,000 frames in stock. GlassesUSA have an average customer rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars on Trustpilot. Of these reviews, 72% give the company five stars compared with 7% of users awarding them 1 star. Positive reviews mention the choice of products and affordable prices, while negative reviews frequently cite delivery issues. On the GlassesUSA website, individuals can search for frames and sunglasses by categories that include: A person can also narrow their selection using filters to show only the products suitable to their needs, such as frame shape, color, and price range. As well as their more affordable in-house styles, GlassesUSA stock a variety of designer labels. The company are a certified reseller of all the designer brands they feature. In addition to the different frame models and brands they stock, GlassesUSA regularly offer clearance sales and other promotions. People can upload a photo of themselves to the GlassesUSA website or take an instant photo with their webcam to see how their chosen glasses will look on them. A person does not need to login to the website or create an account to use this service. Once a person chooses their frames, they can upload a photo of their prescription or manually add these details. If this information is not available, individuals can download an application to their smartphone to scan their current lenses. The app will automatically detect the lens prescription. A person can also customize their lenses with protective coatings such as anti-scratch or ultraviolet (UV) protection. GlassesUSA products include a 100% money-back guarantee within 14 days of ordering and a 365-day warranty. They also have free shipping and returns, as well as 24-hour customer service. What to look for in vision products Below are important factors to consider when purchasing glasses. Many modern frames consist of plastic, a more lightweight material than metal frames that may be stronger and more hardwearing. Eco-friendly wooden frames are sometimes available as another lightweight alternative. Frames come in varying sizes, and a person's specific facial measurements will determine the fit they need. Glasses should fit nicely on the bridge of an individual's nose. If the fit is incorrect, the glasses may pinch, slip, or fall. A person's prescription will determine the thickness of the lens they require. Usually, a higher prescription involves a thicker lens. People can help reduce or avoid headaches and eye strain by ensuring their lenses have an up-to-date prescription. A retailer will frequently offer the following optional protective coating services: Anti-reflective coating: Reduces glare, prevents eyestrain, and could benefit those using screens for long periods, a well as those who drive at night. A found that glasses purchased online often did not meet a person's visual or physical requirements. However, a later found that the quality of lenses purchased online was similar to that in-store. The same was true for prescription accuracy. According to the , 11 million people in the United States aged 12 years and over require corrective lenses to see clearly. Regular eye tests are therefore essential for most adults and children. Recent research studying the importance of eyeglasses is limited. However, a of American Indian and Alaska natives found that glasses improve a person's vision-related quality of life. The National Eye Institute (NEI) report even though a person's eyes feel fine, it does not necessarily indicate optimal eye health. The organization recommend seeing an optometrist for an eye exam every 1-2 years. According to NEI recommendations, other ways to keep a person's eyes healthy include: finding out if their family have a medical history of eye disease The NEI also note that while eye exams and eye prescriptions can be expensive, there may be financial help available for eligible people. As many eye diseases have no symptoms or warning signs, optometrists can conduct a dilated eye exam, a detailed test that can detect some conditions early, such as:
Which Type of Pool Is Better, Metal Frame Or Inflatable?
Metal. The inflatable ones are only popular bc they are easier. I think a metal frame one would last longer and look nicer1. can i paint my metal frame futon?Metal Futon2. What is the metal frame above the pilotu2019s head in the Su-35? Does it help for the ejection of the canopy?So I will attempt to answer this as good as I can. Modern military aircraft egress systems are initiated by what is known as detonating cords. Regarding the canopies they have a MDC or mild detonating cord. What that does is fracture the transparency so when the pilot selects eject he/she will travel through the canopy frame and egress the jet. The seats are SMDC or shielded mild detonating cord. The whole process takes approximately 1.4 seconds and the pilot will catapult on rails trip the detonating cords and trigger the rocket pack (5500 pounds of thrust) and eject. So what looks like a frame is actually a detonating cord. Good question.What is the metal frame above the pilot's head in the Su-35? Does it help for the ejection of the canopy?3. I have an oval face, long neck & wear metal frame glasses. I love turtle-necks. Can I wear long earrings?Not with a turtle neck , too much drama there4. Does the Walther CP99 compact have an all metal frame?Partly and part polymer5. what can i do to stop my sons metal frame bunk beds from creaking?have you tried putting some WD40 on the spots that squeak?6. Above ground pool advice on ring or metal frame & life span?We have an Easy Set also is 18' x 42 inches and it has lasted 5 years. Every winter I put it away, and roll it up and put in a 30 gallon metal trash can. Add a few moth balls for the spiders and then seal the lid with tape. Then got a Rubber maid cabinet for all the maintenance thing. I purchased extra the Krystal Clear Deluxe saltwater system for about $300. Since only add salt one time until it vaporises. The system creates its own chlorine & PH balance which you need to kill bacteria and algae. . The Machine will tell you to add salt or too much salt. Too much we add more water, then if it need salt a bucket at time. This pool takes 95 pound plus or minus a few. Guess what. no more chemicals and the PH and it it is crystal clear all summer so far. You do not taste any salt unless it is too much, but it will not hurt you. Once in a while you vacuum the dirt on the bottom which all comes with the pool. The pump filter I change every 2 weeks and can get 4 for about $15 or so. Can get them at Target, or anywhere or on line. I purchased mine on line at Wal Mart that has the best price and delivery was prompt and safe. Once you have the ground level like on grass, then have to spread it out, fill with 2 feet of water....wait a day so it will self level, then takes about a whole day to fill up. What is fun the kids can get in to fill it up while you set up the pump and assemble the ladder and things. It also comes with a cover and I bought extra is the solar blanket. This year bought a skimmer which works great keeping the bugs to go the pump. But have to remember it is not child safe until have fence built which I am going to do next winter. We take the ladder away and lock all doors leading to the back hard. Meantime we just love it and it is a lot better the the metal frame which take a lot of storage and the plastic fittings always break. Then love a $40K pool. . but we cannot do it, then this the best for the next 10 years. Nothing last forever so I take extra care of it. You can find nice instructions and a feel of that pool on You Tube. You can write and ask me questions if you like
How to Repair and Maintain Deck Hatches and Portlights
There are plenty of small maintenance and repair jobs that need to be done on your boat. Over the course of a year you could save yourself a small fortune by doing some of the work yourself rather than paying someone to do it for you. Some jobs are complex and worth paying for, but small jobs like repairing deck hatches and portlights could be doable with some basic DIY skills and a little research. Plastic portlight lenses are nearly always made from see-through acrylic (PMMA). Common brand names include Crylux, Plexiglas, Acrylite, Lucite, and Perspex. Portlight lenses can also be made of tempered glass, which has better longevity and is also easier to clean. However glass is brittle, which means it should only be installed in a rigid frame. This means it is unsuitable for fixed portlights, because even portlights with metal frames flex to the contour of the side of the cabin. Plastic hatch lenses are often made from see-through polycarbonate (PC) such as the Lexan or Makrolon brands. Both acrylic and polycarbonate have pros and cons. Acrylic is shinier and cheaper than polycarb but easier to crack. Polycarb is more resistant to impact but scratches more easily than acrylic. Both of them are lighter than untempered glass, with acrylic being 4 to 8 times stronger than untempered glass. Polycarb is around 200 times stronger than untempered glass. Acrylic hatch or portlight lenses do not last forever. Over time they become faded, crazed, hazy and stop sealing. They not only make the boat look tired, but when the seals also do not work, it makes being below deck unpleasant. Everyone notices the hatch when they go below deck. Even if you restored or replaced every other part on your boat and neglected to revive the hatch, it will still look like an old, tired boat. A new acrylic lens can make all the difference to the hatch if the old material is well past its use by date, but in a lot of cases the acrylic can be restored to a beautiful finish. Gather your parts and tools and tackle the job. The biggest problem with acrylic lenses is crazing. Once see-through acrylic turns opaque and ugly with age but you can bring it back to life. The My Sailing website details how yacht owner David Bowden restored an acrylic hatch that looked unrecoverable from crazing. David worked on the acrylic windows of his catamaran in 2012 and, years later, the windows are still in good condition. He not only enjoys a better view, but he has saved himself the hassle and expense of replacing the hatch and windows. He concedes his technique wo not make the acrylic look brand new but you need to look hard to see the imperfections. By removing 0.5 mm of the acrylic you can remove surface crazing. If it's bad, you may need to remove up to 1mm. It only takes around an hour to revive an acrylic hatch or window (portlight). 1. Use a 150mm random orbital sander and a 40 grit paper. Move the sander in even sweeps in alternate directions. Wait until the craze disappears before moving to a finer grit paper to polish. 2. Start with 60 then move to 80, 120, 180 and finish on 350 grit paper. 3. Check the underside of the acrylic in case light crazing has occurred and if so treat with a fine paper. 4. Use a polishing and finishing pad as a final step. 5. Fit the acrylic back into the mounting frame. David recommends using a regular protectant if a full sun protectant is not available. The sun's rays, dirt and chemicals cause most of the damage to acrylic, so avoid cleaning with harsh solvents such as benzene or ammonia. Be wary about using plastic mesh sunscreens. A fabric cover is a better option than plastic. There is nothing worse than storing your gear under a hatch only to find it wet from spray or wash down. To make your hatch watertight again, try replacing the seal/gasket. Order the correct size gasket seal for your hatch. Once it has arrived, you can get to work stripping out the old and replacing with the new. 1. Pull out the old gasket and use a narrow chisel or knife to remove all the old adhesive. 2. Use Isopropyl Alcohol on a rag to wipe over the gasket area. 3. Pull the backing cover off the end of your new gasket and starting at a hinge, install around the perimeter. 4. Once you have covered the edge, carefully cut to create a butt joint. 5. Next take a new tube of super glue and cement the butt joint, being careful not to get any on the lens then allow to set for five minutes. 6. Apply pressure to the entire gasket to ensure the tape adheres. Use a marine silicone lubricant to extend the life of your gaskets, weather stripping and seals. Just like hatches, portlights will give away an old girl's age. Replace or maintain them to keep your vessel looking good. If you want to replace a portlight on an old boat, you may struggle to find a replacement one to fit the same aperture. You could be forced to install a bigger or different-shaped portlight. If you find a portlight that is slightly smaller than the gap left by the old light, fill it with plywood or foam skinned with fibreglass. However, there is a considerable amount of work with this option and, if not done well, it may leak in the future. It may be worth ordering a custom-made portlight so it fills the aperture and saves you time. To ensure you get the size right, remove the old light and make a template for the manufacturer. Sailing Magazine show how to replace an old portlight with a new one here. A common problem on older boats are leaks around or through the portlights. The leaks can cause plywood to warp and buckle. Much of the damage may not be obvious at first so do not leave a leaking portlight unrepaired. Always use a marine grade silicone sealant. Plastic leaks oil over time so a good quality silicone sealant is your best line of defence against future water leaks. You can read more about the types of sealants available here. 1. On the outside of the boat cut the old caulking by prying the frame off the boat with a putty knife. If the frame does not budge, try a small electric cutting tool to cut through the caulking before prying off. 2. Use a small sharp chisel to remove the remainder of the old silicone. 3. Move inside the boat and pry the frames off. 4. Use a scraper to remove all the old sealant off the frames. Remove any rough surfaces and contaminants from the edge of the hole in the hull. 5. Use an acetone solvent to clean off any remaining contaminants. Always do a patch test of any solvents. Clean the portlight with solvent on a rag to ensure both surfaces are perfectly clean. 6. Drill holes in the new trim. 7. Slowly spread caulking around the portlight on the inside and outside edge. 8. Put the screws in and use a scraper to remove the excess caulking that has escaped from under the light. 9. Finally, clean up the last remaining residue with acetone. You can watch a video of the process. Keep your ageing boat looking good by repairing and restoring parts as they show signs of wear and tear. You will not only enjoy a great-looking boat but it will keep your boat functional.1. When youu2019re driving in the sun, what sunglasses do you rely on?Thanks for the A2A. I like to wear polarized black tinted sun glasses similar to these by RayBan. The ones below are reflectorized, but I don't really care whether that is the case or not. I don't care one whit for fashion. For me it's totally about functionality and safety. I'm funny that way. I prefer the following in a pair of sunglasses, and I've listed the characteristics in order of importance:Polarized - This is the main thing. I will not buy a pair of sunglasses that is not polarized. Polarization reduces reflected glare off of the object your are viewing. When I'm driving, I want to clearly see the other vehicles on the road.Full size lenses - I want fairly large sunglasses like the RayBans below. I definitely don't want those freakish sunglasses that fit inside the eye sockets. I feel like those are not safe in an accident where your upper head strikes something. It's going to be bad enough recovering from a broken nose or concussion. I don't need scratched corneas or cut eyelids and eyeballs on top of that. Too me, that is just a common sense thing.Uniformly black tinted lenses - I don't like the lenses that are darker on the top and get gradually darker towards the bottom, as the bottom part will let in too much light. My eyes are very light sensitive, and I can get headaches from too much sunlight. I prefer the lenses to be fairly dark, but not super dark. If I have to take them off every time the sun goes behind a cloud, that's too dark.Metal frames - Plastic frames always seem to break pretty quickly. Metal frames last longer, and if they get bent out of shape, you can bend them back. Memory metal is not my favorite, because you can't bend them the way you want them.Position of the nose supports - The little oval plastic pads that sit on the sides of your nose must be far enough from the frames so that the frames are not cutting into my face. If there are on relatively strong wire rods as these RayBans are, that is a plus, because I can bend them away from the frame if I need to to keep the frame off my face.Black frames - The RayBans in the picture have chrome frames, but I prefer black. Don't know why, but that's what I like. The color is not a deal breaker, as I will buy gold-colored or chrome-colored frames, but I prefer black.Except for the chrome lenses, the above RayBans fit my requirements to a T. But if this was as close as I could get to my requirements, I would not hesitate to purchase them. When you're driving in the sun, what sunglasses do you rely on?2. Am i going to die?! Radiation exposure.?The fact that they call them X-ray machines does not mean they are X-ray machines! Sunglasses would not affect an X-ray machine but they could set off a metal detector if they have metal frames, so I would place a large bet on those things being metal detectors. You might have picked up some tropical infection so it might be worth seeing a doctor anyway. I think it's safe to say you are not going to die from it, whatever it is.3. does anyone have the metal frames to put in wet pant legs while they dry to leave a crease? Instead of ironinjust spend five minutes or less on a pant after washing dude, otherwise I have tried hanging khakis on a hanger while they are a little wet and moist and by morning they look great, good luck
Intex 15x4 Metal Frame Pool Not Level HELP!?
We have the smae pool and no it will not explode just make sure that the kids do not wrestle around on the side that is higher and keep checking the legs of the pool and make sure that they are not to far out and that they ar not to far in and 3" is fine as long as it is not like a foot or something1. Intex metal frame pool vs. easy setup?We bought the Intex steel physique pool final summer time. It replaced into quite easy to deliver mutually. we've 4 boys a protracted time 17, 14, & twins 11. the extra youthful boys enjoyed it. the only undertaking we've experienced is the floor of the lining seems very skinny and has gotten countless holes in it. All have been repairable with an underwater patch equipment. As for being point, our is not . that's ever so extremely off. it could nonetheless be used. common, it replaced right into a sturdy investment and that i visit in all probability carry on with it for some extra years. till we win the lottery and positioned the inground pool in. desire me good fortune. :)2. How to mount a football jersey in a metal frame?Just what the heck are you talking about???3. I WANT FIND A GOOG ONLINE SHOP?1. Eyeglasses for office lady only An Office lady usually works with a computer for a long time. Meanwhile, office ladies may properly reduce the degrees a bit while filling the prescriptions since they see things nearby most of the time. It makes short-sightedness further improved. 2. Appearance and lightness of the most importance Metal frame features: light, good toughness, strong, corrosion &sweat resistant. Plastic frame is heavy and currently very popular with a strong decorative feeling. Half-frame and frameless are light weight, small thin and beautiful appearance blocks your vision the least. 3. The frame is supposed to match your face Eyeglasses are supposed to match your facial shape. The material and color shall go with your skin makeup and clothing. We design each good-looking frame that you can upload photos online free trials.4. Does a Ford Ranger have metal Frame?no dude its card board haa lol nahh just kiddin but all frames are metal5. Can I touch the metal frame or do I need to ground it?It's class 1.With Class 1 appliances, the user is protected by a combination of basic insulation and the provision of an earth connection, thus providing two levels of protection. When PAT Testing Class 1 appliances, Earth Continuity and Insulation Resistance tests are carried out. (source)It needs a ground connection on the metalwork. There should be a grounding screw there somewhere.6. Intex metal frame above ground pool?It's not a good idea to raise the low side with sand or dirt unless you are going to build a structurally solid retaining wall and use a heavy duty tamper to pack it down. Your pool holds about 63,500 pounds of water and applies about 250 pounds per square foot of pressure on the ground. The sand will act like tiny ball bearings or marbles and allow the pool to slide down the backyard slope. Dirt will pack down under the weight of the pool and still have a slope. There are several Do It Yourself websites that basically say the same thing; start at the lowest point and dig out the dirt to level the ground back into the slope. A good way to do this is to get a straight board about 10 feet long. Drill a hole in one end to accept a metal spike. You also need a 2 to 4 foot bubble level. Start digging from the lowest point working your way to the center of the pool area. Use the level as you go to show you how deep to dig. You may want to attach the level to the board to span longer distances. Once you get a level area to the center of the pool area, put the spike through the board and hammer it into the ground at the center of the pool area. Now your can swing the board around as you dig using the bubble level reading to keep you level. When you can swing the level board all the way around you will have a level surface. You can use a little sand to give a soft bottom for the pool and since it is level it wo not slide on you. Unfortunately, it can be labor intensive to excavate if there is much slope in your yard. Hiring someone with a Bobcat might be the best way to go.
Where Can I Find Nonprescription Reding Glasses That Are REAL GLASS and Have METAL FRAMES?
Hello, You can find them normally at your little corner style chemists. Hope this helps1. Where can I go to make customized metal frames for my project?Try your local art guild, there are many artists who work with metal creating sculptures. It is possible they could help you find someone2. Best Reading Glasses For Men [2021 Edition]You can certainly say a lot about the character and image you want to portray just from choosing the right pair of glasses. Whether you are looking for a neat and sophisticated look to accompany your tailored attire, or bolder, large rims to bring together a more creative ensemble, there's a lot to consider when choosing the right pair to buy. Back in the day, we were led to believe that the person wearing the glasses was the geek, the ugly duckling, the social outcast. How times have changed. Move forward to today and you will come across people with 20/20 vision throwing on a pair. Why? Because they look so darn good - whilst making you feel stylish and confident. There are three major things to consider when purchasing your next pair of reading frames, all of which are equally important. Do they complement the shape of your face? Are they practical (nobody wants big, heavy readers)? And are they going to work with what you wear? Think denim shirts, suits, hoodies, bomber jackets, swimwear and everything else under the menswear vernacular. With a whole range of different constructions, materials and price range on the market, we've gone over some of the best brands and sites that are nailed on to elevate your style. But first, a quick lesson in framing. Reading glasses are constructed from a range of materials that depend on the designer's intended audience, budget, and the anticipated lifestyle of the wearer. Plastic and metal are the most common, but hybrid and natural alternatives are growing in the market. Additionally, many metal frames are flexible and easily adjustable (such as flexon memory metal and beryllium) and can be combined with acetate to conform to the shape of the wearer's head. Metal frames also resist corrosion and maintain their colour better than plastic. They are, however, more expensive than mass-produced cellulose frames, and can pose an allergy risk to susceptible wearers. The everyman of eyewear. Plastic frames - made from TR-90, polymer, and other synthetics - are exploding in popularity. These are usually (but not always) created through an injection moulding process. This involves heating the plastic into a liquefied solution, then pouring the plastic into a predetermined set to construct the frame. This process is quick as lightning and cheaply facilitates mass-production. Unlike acetate frames, plastics are sprayed or painted and thus lose their colour easily, especially with robust wear. However, they are favoured for everyday wear as they are lighter than other frames and do not obliterate any your spending account in the process. Plastics are overtaking metal frames on the market for these reasons and their market share has adjusted accordingly. Although acetate is a form of plastic, its omnipresence in eyewear warrants an entry of its own. Acetate is derived from renewable cotton and wood semi-synthetics. Although the process depends on the designer, acetate is usually created by reforming the plastic (through heat or compression) into moulded blocks, then laminating it into sheets that are then hand-cut into frames. Acetate offers a number of benefits to opticians. They are generally more flexible and can be crafted into different shapes. Acetate frames and stems can be coloured efficiently, which does not corrode with time or sun exposure. Acetate is also hypoallergenic, helping you save face (literally) from the potential embarrassment of a nasty reaction to the frame materials. They might be pricier than other plastics, but they are universal for damn good reasons. A recent (and trendy) entry on the market, wooden frames sit outside the normal hierarchy of eyewear. Wood frames are lightweight, flattering on most complexions, and ethically sourced. Bamboo frames, for example, do not require the use of environmentally corrosive products such as plastic or petroleum derivatives, making them an eco-friendly option. Brands that offer these frames also like to remind customers that bamboo is bio-degradable and regenerates quite easily. For environmentally-conscious shoppers, therefore, they are an excellent alternative that is becoming more a solid competitor to acetate and metal frames. They can even be lighter than featherweight plastic frames, making them a solid choice for prolonged wear. They are, however, delicate and do not tolerate the punishment you can subject to metal eyewear (so learn from your clumsiness and do not sit on them). Tortoiseshell frames are advertised everywhere, but there's more to them than meets the eye. Today, brand descriptions refer to the colour - not the construction itself. Today, 'Tortoiseshell' frames are no longer constructed from real tortoiseshells, due to obvious ethical implications. After a prolonged uproar, they are now made from acetate or other plastic derivatives. Designers modify the stem and frames through various processes to achieve the artful discolouration and thus replicate the unique patina that made tortoiseshell frames iconic. This provides wearers with the timeless cool of a vintage tortoiseshell frame, without harming innocent sea creatures. Win-win. As technology rockets towards the future, hybrid frames are taking off. In an attempt to distinguish their collections from the humdrum of mass production, brands are offering cutting-edge frames from proprietary materials - often blends of plastic, metal, and rubber. However, hybrid frames are not for budget shoppers. Due to the manufacturing process and cost of materials, they are usually featured in specialist or luxury collections and might discourage the everyday guy from purchasing them. Ask yourself if metal or acetate can not do the job before walking into the optometrist without a decent monetary cushion in your back pocket. Composition aside, there are a few key styles that never truly leave the market. Your environment and facial structure will to some extent determine which style works for you. Best Sunglasses For Men To Buy Right Now How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For Your Face Shape Warby Parker was founded on the belief that great-looking eyewear should be accessible to all and not reserved for those who can afford top-quality frames. The company's glasses range comprises a vast selection of frame styles to keep everyone happy, all of which can be specced with a blue light filter for those who spend their days staring at a computer screen. Warby Parker will also let you select five frames to try at home for free, before sending back the ones you do not want. Late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen has always been known for bold designs that dare to break away from conformity. Now under the direction of co-designer Sarah Burton, the McQueen range of glasses encompasses traditional frame styles, but for those feeling a little more adventurous, you can opt for slimline pairs or those with bold pops of colour. EyeBuyDirect's mantra of "accessible, affordable eyewear" has seen them become a global leader in budget specs with a design edge since 2005. They cater to every demographic, but it's their classic styles that catch the eye. Their direct-to-consumer approach allows frames to be much more affordable than most other retailers on this list, and once you've chosen a frame design you can input your prescription details before having your glasses mailed to you. Italian eyewear brand Persol was founded in 1917 - making it one of the oldest eyewear companies in the world - and has strong ties to aviation and motor racing. The company has always made sure it uses only the finest quality materials and pays close attention to detail. Signature style marks include the three-notch bridge, improving comfort and fit and we reckon most people will recognise the Model 649. Persol is also the brand of choice of 'The Professor' from Spanish TV series 'Money Heist', and you can pick up the same frames for yourself. Set up in 2016, Liingo is relatively new to the market, but their sleek and on-point designs point to a company that has been around much longer. As much about self-expression as they are functionality, their classy minimalist designs are produced with premium polycarbonate lenses that are up to 30% thinner than average eyeglass. Oakley has it in spades. Providing quality designs for lifestyle, sport and just about any other situation you wish to wear glasses. Constantly reinventing the wheel in the world of eyewear design, their frames are timeless - and their products exude style. Couple that with their optical lens innovations and you see why they've been at the top for so many years. A specialist in making guys look as dapper as possible, Tom Ford's eyewear collection is suave and sophisticated. Favouring square-shaped frames to help accentuate broad, masculine face shapes (do not worry, you can find round frames too) Tom Ford eyewear do teeter on the more luxurious side of pricing, but with the Ford name and iconic golden 'T' branding, you should not be surprised. Garrett Leight is the son of Oliver Peoples founding member, Larry Leight. An understudy to his father for his formative years, he eventually started making frames under his own name in Venice back in 2011.His designs are much more modern than his old man's, and his company provides high-end shades for the hip west-coast generation, with stores in LA's downtown art district and Hayes Valley, San Francisco. Coastal stocks its own exclusive ranges of glasses that are conceived by their own in-house team of designers, but the store also stocks a wide range of established industry names such as Ray Ban and Oakley. cements itself as a one-stop-shop for all things glasses-related. Not surprising, given the name, but if you are looking for a collection of frames from some of the biggest names, you wo not find many larger ranges elsewhere. With brands such as Burberry, Gucci and Ralph Lauren onboard, do not expect prices to be cheap, but if it's the affordable route you want to take, has its own collection of contemporary frames. New York institution Moscot has been making eyewear for over 100 years.Coupling well-refined aesthetics with unequivocal craftsmanship, their designs have become synonymous with the mugs of Andy Warhol, Woody Allen and James Dean. Now a fashion powerhouse, they are still, at heart, and downtown neighbourhood optician! Independent British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross make glasses that demand attention. Founded in 1969, Cutler and Gross is often regarded as being one of the labels to make eyewear an accessory, rather than just a necessity for those with bad vision. Their classic thick black rims have since become renowned the world over, yet designs have always remained unequivocally British, although if you really want a frame that is unique and personable, you can venture into one of their boutiques to create your own. One of the most recognisable names in sunglasses also has an extensive range of eyeglasses. Ray-Ban has been responsible for introducing some of the most iconic frame styles since it was founded in 1936, think Wayfarer, Aviator and Clubmaster. Those same frame designs can be specced with prescription lenses too, so you can continue to look your stylish self when you step out of the sun.3. How do you treat a cracked turtle shell?Turtles shells are bone and take a lot of time to heal. You have to keep the pieces splinted together using whatever means possible. Techniques vary depending on the extent of the injuries. I have seen metal frames drilled into place, old bra straps carefully wrapped, rubber bands etc. they used use fiberglass but they now know this is dangerous as you can not see if the bone is healing and it heals better with exposure to air. Once properly splinted it takes months to years to heal sufficiently so a lot of care is required to keep it clean and splinted.
Where Can I Find Nonprescription Reding Glasses That Are REAL GLASS and Have METAL FRAMES?
what she sed ^1. Looking for your opinions for a reliable, inexpensive 9mm pistol?All metal for $400. Look no farther than a Stoeger Cougar. Academy sells them every day for $399. It is nearly identical to the Beretta PX4, except the Beretta has a plastic frame. Actually it is the old Beretta Cougar that was replaced by the poly frame PX4. Its an excellent gun, and comes in 9mm, 40, or 45 acp. Some will turn their nose up at the Stoeger, but it is unfounded. These are over looked gems. You may can find some Taurus pistols with all metal frames. The 945, 940, 938, 909, 911 are all metal frames.2. Do plastic frames fit differently than metal frames?I think plastic frames are somewhat less adjustable thatn metals ones, as they do not have the nose pads that can be bent to fit. (Note: there are a very few plastic frames with adjustable nose pads, but not many). Glasses just do not fit well on some people.3. Never worn glasses before and I'm wondering if this is normal?It could be a number of things, one of them could be the glasses are too heavy for you. Some people are sensitive to weight on their bridge and full metal frames, especially with bold metal features on the front of the frame add weight to that frame that some people cannot tolerate. I have had to exchange frames for a few of my patients because of this and now I warn them about frames possibly being too heavy - especially when combined with heavier Rx's. What also could be the problem is the nose pad (if you are wearing metal frames). Make sure the nose pad is a "silicon" nose pad (a much softer material) and that may also help since it will cushion the weight somewhat. If none of these things work, talk to your eye doc about exchanging your frames for some other lighter frames and lighter material lenses (trivex is the lightest material for lenses). If you are wearing plastic frames, then the frame should fit on your bridge snugly and you should not be able to push it back and forth. If you can push it back and forth, then, the only place where the frame is touching, and bearing all the weight, will be at the top of your nose which will get very sore. Hope this helps.4. I need to find a company in Chicago that makes metal frames for protections of an outdoor air conditioner?yellow pages,a small welding shop would make one if you gave a rough sketch5. Could corrosion from metal-plated eyeglasses affect tear glands?When you have glasses or sunglasses that have metal frames what can happen is that your sweat can transfer the acids naturally found on your skin. Your skin is coated with acid. While that might sound disturbing, the mild acidity of the skin's surface actually helps to maintain the strength and cohesiveness of the skin.Over time it will then pit the metal frame, turn it green and eventually wear through it until the metal fails. We sell a number of lines of great sunglasses including Randolph Engineering sunglasses which have a special coating over the frame which resists this acid. I have customers who have worn their Randolphs for over 30 years with no pitting or turning green.You can find them on my website at: Aviator SunglassesCould corrosion from metal-plated eyeglasses affect tear glands?.6. POLL: Do you prefer plastic frames or metal frames for glasses?plastic for reading glasses, metal for sunglasses7. What kind of eye glasses would look good on details?in terms of color go for something that will complement the color of your hair and skin tone... i have brown hair and eyes and slightly olive skin tone and i have brown frames but they are a light brown which goes well with my hair and are relatively versatile. for a modern look go for a plastic frame with thicker arms and maybe more on the squarish/rectangular side... (i have a round face though and square adds angles to your face so they work for me but i am not sure for an oval face.) for a classic look go for metal frames, or frameless/rimless frames... these are the most professional looking too i think. or you can compromise and get a frame that are rimless on the bottom and a frame on top with thicker arms... those look real sharp. i have a frame like that... gunmetal on top, navy/black arms, frameless bottoms... gets lots of compliments... for your lenses get them treated with the antiglare... its a pain to clean sometimes but they make the appearance of the lenses much less- you can really see your eyes better and see sharper with them too. i also recommend transition lenses... you wont have to switch to shades- really helpful in the summer. only con is they do not change behind the windshiled of a car so it may not be helpful for you if you are driver. have fun shopping!
Pune Hoarding Collapse: FIR Against Contractor, Workers; Two Railways Employees Held
Four people were killed and five others injured in the tragic incident that took place on Friday afternoon when a 40-feet hoarding metal frame collapsed on vehicles.Two Central Railways (CR) employees, including a junior engineer, were arrested on Saturday in connection with the hoarding frame collapse incident in which four people were killed and five others injured, police said.The tragic incident took place on Friday afternoon when a 40-feet hoarding metal frame collapsed on vehicles which had stopped at Shahir Amar Shaikh Chowk traffic signal near Pune Railway Station.Five auto-rickshaws, a two-wheeler and a car were damaged in the collapse."We have arrested one Sanjay Singh, a junior engineer of the Central Railways and his assistant, identified as Pandurang Wanare, who works as a 'lohar' (blacksmith) in the Railways in connection with the Friday's incident."They have been arrested under the IPC section 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder)," said Jayashree Gaikwad, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Lashkar Division).The giant hoarding was being dismantled at around 2 pm by a contractor hired by the railways when it came crashing down, Deputy Commissioner of Police B Singh had said.The deceased were identified as Shamrao Kasar (70), Shamrao Dhotre (48), Shivaji Pardeshi (40) and Javed Khan (40).On late Friday night, a case was registered against the railway officials, contractor and his workers who had been given the responsibility to dismantle the structure.A CR official said an inquiry had been initiated into the incident."It was a very unfortunate incident and it occurred while railway was in process of dismantling the advertisement hoarding which was not restrained as per railway norms. To ascertain various aspects of this incident a high-level inquiry has been ordered by Zonal headquarter. Whosoever is responsible will not be spared," Milind Deouskar, Divisional Railway Manager, Pune, said on Friday.He further announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh for the kin of deceased. "We have declared ex-gratia compensation of Rs 5 Lakh for kin of those dead, Rs 1 Lakh for seriously injured and Rs 50 thousand for those who suffered a minor injury. Further whatever it takes to provide the best treatment to injure will be ensured."
Glasses with Nose Pads Vs. Glasses Without?
It depends a lot on how the bridge of your nose is made. Many people can not wear plastic frames , which do not have nose pads because they just wo not fit. Metal frames with nose pads can be adjusted to sit away from the cheeks so you get better air circulation around them. Plastic frames tend to slip and ride down the nose a lot more than metal frames. In general , metal frames can be adjusted for a better fit than plastic frames , especially if one ear is a bit higher than the other , which is very common. So, unless the plastic frame is a perfect fit on the bridge of the nose, then a metal frame is a lot better.1. What is the best type of glasses frame for a strong prescription?The best frame choice for a strong prescription is a round frame because it is easier to shape a strong prescription effectively. No matter what you choose, just be sure your prescription eyeglasses fit well and reflect your individuality.1. Choose plastic glasses over metal frames. Plastic frames are lightweight and still customizable to fit your personality. They remain the most common and budget-friendly, and make lens replacement easier.2. Look for glasses that have a frame around the entire lens. In full-rim glasses, the lenses are covered on all sides with the frames. This helps minimize the appearance of the lens' thickness.3. Do not buy glasses that have a huge lens area. The further you get away from the focal point on a lens, the thicker the lens will be and the more distortion that will exist (a strong minus power will magnify your eyes, making your eyes look smaller on your face. a strong plus power will make your eyes look larger on your face)3. If you have a high plus power, try to stay away from long, narrow frames (frames that are long across the top), as the lenses will tend to pop out of those frames the easiest. What is the best type of glasses frame for a strong prescription?2. Simple, large, plastic/metal frames?Your physique length, no count number how huge can not make you fat. Fatness has certainly not something to do with physique length. in spite of the undeniable fact that, i am getting what you are saying. it style of feels multiple the girls in Hollwyood with larger frames like Rosie O'Donnnell tend to additionally be fat to boot. it somewhat is by way of the endermorph physique style, extreme lean mass AND extreme physique fat. yet i could say Serena and Venus Williams are sturdy examples of having a great physique and not being fat. they are of course very muscular to boot as great framed. additionally Beyonce who's rather lean yet not small, Kelly Osbourne who has slimmed down at present and Oprah Winfrey, yet she is often up and down along with her weight, so i am undecided if she counts3. Laptop Wireless Internet connection problem?This is quite common, one thing you can do is position the router high and away from any cupboards or walls and metal frames, magnets, monitors, speakers etc they will just bounce the signal in the wrong direction or absorb them completely. Rebooting the entire network often helps too, this resolves ip conflicts etc. Turn OFF every computer, then reboot the router (turn it off then on again) and then fire your laptop up, then all the other computers one by one.4. Can I buy metal frames for existing commercial steel doors?You can buy just the doors and leave the frames installed if you can find a commercial door supply that carries the doors that are hung to the standards of your frames. Cook and Boardman is a good example of a door company in my area but I do not know if they have a distributor in you area5. Where can I buy cheap picture frames of all sizes in bulk?They are very reasonably priced. They will make any size you need. If you buy multiples they will discount their all ready wholesale price. You can buy just the frames if you want6. Poll: Why do people always give excuses and leave when I invite them to my basement?I know. I try to make them feel at home by sealing off all the windows and showing off all my leather straps and metal frames. People are weird