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Extension Cord Elmo Tips – What’s The Value Of A “UL Approved” Rating?

Filed in Extension Cord Tips by on January 8, 2015 • views: 490

  Buyextensioncord.com extension cords are Underwriters Laboratory approved. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. is an independent product safety certifcation organization that test products and writes standards. This “not for profit” organization has been testing and certifying products for more than 100 years. If you see the UL mark on a product, it tells you that samples of […]

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Sometimes Friction Is A Good Thing views: 680

We spend a lit of our time and energy trying, literally and figuratively, to reduce friction. Friction tape is for just the opposite.  That is, increasing friction.  In this case, the word “friction” is a synonym for “grip”. When you need to insure a slip proof grip on a tool, say a hammer handle, or […]

White Extension Cords views: 670

When doing power distribution in a special event tent, there is no substitute for white extension cords. Click here for a great selection.

Mic Stand Scratched? This Quick Fix Just Needs A Grease Pencil views: 711

Our black mic stands at buymicstand.com have tough powder paint finishes, but any stand in heavy use is going to show some wear. You can quickly fill in small scratches and paint blemishes with a black grease pencil and make the stand look good as new.  

Use Duct Tape Tabs For Cable Storage-With No Adhesive Residue! views: 624

Lifehacker has a great tip for making cable management ties, using a material that is normally never recommended for cable management-duct tape. Usually, securing cables with duct tape will lead to adhesive residue when the tape is removed.  Holds well, but leaves a mess when the cable is unsecured. By cutting a piece of tape […]