DIY Disasters – More Common Than You Might Think

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DIY is a national pastime, a favoured hobby for every weekend tradesperson in the country who’s spent the last six months staring at an irksome issue. Every single week millions of us head out to the shed, pick up our hammers, pliers and paint brushes and set about bringing our homes back to the highest… Read more »

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Washing Line Buying Guide

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Washing – we’ve all got it and we all need somewhere to put it. Of course, you could drape your washing over every available radiator in your home, but there is a better option available. No, we’re not talking about the expense and bulk of a drying machine, but about a washing line. Just about… Read more »

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Spring Gardening Essentials

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Winter might be taking its time to leave, but with its bags packed and Spring threatening to break through in earnest, it’s time to get back to work in our gardens. Although largely neglected over the winter months for obvious reasons, Spring is the time when our garden care begins anew with special attention paid… Read more »

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Understanding FFP Respiratory Safety Standards

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Regardless of whether you’re a DIY enthusiast or a trade professional, there’s no doubting the fact that you’ll have worn respiratory protection before. From disposable dust masks to full-face respirators, there are dozens of products on the market to protect your lungs. They’re vital too, protecting our lungs from dangerous chemicals, fibres, smoke and more… Read more »

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Get to Know: Delta Plus PPE

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When it comes to the safety of yourself and those on your site, it never pays to compromise. It’s why at MAD4TOOLS we only supply personal protection equipment (PPE) we trust, and why we work tirelessly to bring down the cost of quality PPE so that it doesn’t tear into your bottom line. It’s also… Read more »

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Face Fit Testing Explained

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For those of us working in the trade, our first and largest obligation isn’t towards our clients or our bank account, it’s to those people who work for us. Our employees, whether they’re contractors or full-time, are putting their lives in danger and it’s our legal and moral obligation to make sure that they’ve got… Read more »

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Getting to Know the Hyundai Generator Range

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Power: we don’t notice when we have it, but we certainly notice it when it’s gone. Whether we’re looking to keep the lights on during a power cut or simply power a caravan over a weekend, from time to time we often need an alternative way to generate power away from the grid. It’s why… Read more »

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Scruffs Ripstop Technology ‘Lighter in Weight, but Not Lightweight’

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The clothes we wear on site don’t have it easy. Through rapidly fluctuating weather conditions, snagging nails, dust, dirt and debris, we expect them to keep us warm, comfortable and above all, safe – and that’s without discussing the sharp, often-dangerous tools we put in our pockets. Needless to say, the stresses we put on… Read more »

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Loyal Scaffold Towers New Range Explained!

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Anyone who’s ever worked on scaffolding will tell you that a good scaffold tower is the first step to a safe and efficiently completed job. It gives you the confidence to tackle your work how you see fit, whether you’re a hobbyist completing a DIY job around the home or a trade professional working on… Read more »

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