TopicPreventing Fire Damage in the Living Room

  • Mon 3rd Apr 2017 - 3:53pm

    If you're especially active in the summer, hanging out and loving water Fungus Shield Plus activities, take heed! We've been spying the cool jewelry looks just like you in all the fashion magazines. But, no matter how cool the look, never wear beaded jewelry into the water (this includes showering.) The cording just may warp, no matter how strong it seems. So, be safe and satisfied wearing your beads to lay out only . . . then pop them in your tote when you take a dip. Choose baubles manufactured from wood, nylon, leather. Silicones and plastics of course are waterproof. If you are a sucker for colorful gemstone-look jewels, keep in mind that often they have been dyed. Translation: may leave color on your skin under certain conditions (summery, wet and hot). Use your best judgment!

    Love copper, but want to avoid seeing green? And we don't mean your hair silly (although green is a lovely shade for blondes every summer.) Keep the green at bay. Tip #1: only wear your copper on non-sweaty days. Why? The green you see is a result of your perspiration salt and the copper. Tip #2: break out the clear nail polish and paint a coat on the inside of your favorite copper
    Bought some nickel? Most of us have. It's always been easier to follow jewelry trends with versions of what's hot that have less impact on the pocket book. Whether or not you've realized it, many of your sterling look-alike pieces are actually laden with nickel. Why should you care? Well, it's pretty simple, summer + sun + sweat = nickel breakdown + skin reactions. Make the choice that is best for you depending on your sensitivity and your budget. While some folks prefer a wide variety of selections, others may opt for one or two higher priced, quality pieces for the season. After you make your decision(s), take a look too at some of our budget friendly new cool t-shirt designs

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