How To Derestrict An Electric Scooter

Before you derestrict your electric scooter, you should know that this modification will void the warranty. Derestricting your scooter is a two-part process. The first part involves disabling the capacitor discharge ignition (CDI) unit. The CDI unit electronically restricts the engine from reaching full power. You must remove a wire that sends information about the … Read more

How To Remotely Reboot Thomson Cable Modems

Electronics supplier Thomson recently changed its name to Technicolor, but the Thomson range of modems is still widely found stickered with the Thomson and Speedtouch logos. Thomson cable modems can be rebooted remotely only if the modem has a static IP, or Internet Protocol, address. Usually you need to order this address from the cable … Read more

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 Move A Coin Slot Pool Table

Everyone who owns a pool table will need to move it at one point in time or another. It’s a delicate process that can be difficult to accomplish. It requires heavy lifting, taking care of fragile parts and precision levelling the table. This is especially complicated if you have a coin-operated pool table. Most people … Read more

How To Reheat A Roast And Potatoes

A roast often leaves leftovers and can be eaten several days after it was initially cooked. Flavours are often enhanced the next day as spices and ingredients can be absorbed into the meat. Preserving the original moisture can be a challenge, however. Flash reheating, often used by chefs and restaurants, is a means of reheating … 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 Build A Model Of A Football Stadium

Stadiums are one of the signature features of the sport of football. Every week for more than four months, hundreds of thousands of people gather at these venues. Would you like to create your own replica of a stadium or design a new model? Here’s how.Design your football stadium model on paper first. If you … Read more

How To Donate Vhs Tapes

You have made the switch completely to DVD, and you have no use anymore for those old VHS movies you have collected over the years. The good news is that you can get rid of those old movies without sending them off to sit in a landfill. You can donate them to local businesses, retirement … Read more

How To Restore Antique Safes

An antique safe can be restored, using the proper methods. Antique safes are made of metal, with hinged tops that may be broken or loose. The cosmetic appearance of an antique safe might include scratch marks, rust, or indented sections that will need to be “popped out.” Sometimes an antique safe was coated in toxic … 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 Seal Asbestos Tiles

If you have an older home, your old tile flooring may contain asbestos. Asbestos is a tough, durable fibre known to cause a variety of respiratory ailments and diseases such as cancer. Floor remodelling jobs in the home may require a professional asbestos removal company if the asbestos-based tile is chipped, crumbling or otherwise damaged. … Read more

How To Replace Or Fix Tongue And Groove Wood Siding On A Garage

Tongue and groove siding is a popular building material that protects the underlying structure from weather damage. Tongue and groove siding is an interlocking type of siding. Minor repairs to tongue and groove siding can be made by patching the defects with wood filler. More severe damage requires that the damaged board or section of … 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