How To Freeze Stilton Cheese

Stilton is made in Britain. Only six dairies in the world are licensed to make Stilton cheese, and they reside in the counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. It is made in a way similar to its cousin, blue cheese, but no mould spores are added and it is sold at four weeks of age. … Read more

How To Make A Sgian Dubh Handle

The sgian dubh (pronounced skeen-doo) is a short, sharp knife and an essential part of traditional Scottish weaponry. It’s also called the black knife. Scots men and women carried these little knives for eating, cutting rope and to use during hunting. Many men carried their sgian dubhs in the top of their hose garters in … Read more

How To Adjust The Headlights In A Mr2

The Toyota MR2 offers three different ways to adjust the headlights: a knob behind the headlight that adjusts how far the headlight pops up, and two adjustment pins on the inner side of the headlight assembly that adjust the height and horizontal aim of the headlight. These calibrations are easy to reach and do not … Read more

How To Repair Tiled Window Sills

Repairing tiled window sills involves two processes: removing and replacing broken or loose tiles and removing and replacing deteriorated grout. Exterior tiled window sills usually are composed of harder tile secured with exterior cement rather than adhesive and grout, but the repair technique remains essentially the same. If tiles are loose and the grout is … Read more

How To Remove A Kia Sportage Oil Filter

Changing the oil filter in your Kia is an important part of maintaining a healthy engine. Changing the oil alone is not enough. The filter is designed to catch any metal shavings, dirt or other contaminants in the oil, and, if changed with every oil change, it will function well. Small particles of abrasive materials … Read more

How To Strip A Logun S16s

The Logun S16s is a compressed-air firearm. The weapon fires small, plastic BBs propelled by compressed air canisters. Target shooting and small game hunting are the primary methods of use with these guns. The Logun requires no tools for field stripping. The Logun S16s is a compressed-air firearm. Point the Logun S16s in a safe … Read more

How To Disassemble The Sky Remote

With hundreds of satellite television channels to scroll through, the buttons on your Sky Television remote control handset can wear out and stop working properly. A useful way to check whether you need to replace your standard Sky TV or Sky Plus remote control unit is to dismantle it and check inside for damage.Unclasp the … Read more

How To Clean A Stihl Carburetor

Stihl uses an all-position diaphragm carburettor on most of its engines. These carburettors have intake and outtake valves, which direct the flow of fuel through the mixing chamber. When these valves, and the filters inside them, get blocked with dirt or dried gas, you will experience hard or erratic starts, surging engines, slow acceleration and … Read more

How To Mix Snazaroo Face Paint

Snazaroo face paints are commonly used by professional face painters. Brushes and sponges are the two main tools used to draw lines, sponge patterns and mix colours. Mixing colours is a technique that can generate designs that look both beautiful and professional. There are many different face painting techniques that involve mixing colours. Here are … Read more

How To Kill Dermestid Beetles

Dermestid beetles often make their homes indoors when they come in through cracks and crevices or if they are brought in on plants. Though the adults feed on pollen and nectar, the larvae can cause damage to fabrics, carpet and food. The beetles can reproduce quickly, laying their eggs on fabrics, rugs, carpets, hair, and … Read more

How To Program A Mitsubishi Car Key

Electronic keys are a common technology with cars, and you can sync these keys to your Mitsubishi in seconds. Programming your electronic key requires no professional experience or equipment, and will allow you to safely start your ignition. You can program the key from your driver’s seat, and once synced, you can program up to … Read more

How To Paint Lincrusta

Lincrusta is an embossed wall covering made of wood flour and gelled linseed oil. Although Lincrusta is well-suited for paint, do-it-yourselfers often have difficulty generating a flawless finish because the deep embossing tends to promote excessive runs. If you’re planning to paint Lincrusta, learn the proper way to generate attractive results, free from messy runs. … Read more