January 12, 2007, Newsletter Issue #47: Safety Products for the home

Tip of the Week

So, you have your home and now you have become your own handyman? Think of all the little things you have to do around the house. Some of these tasks include mowing the lawn, trimming the trees, sanding, painting, and countless other activities. I am a new homeowner and have been continually working on the house. After a few bumps, bruises and scratches it became apparent that I was forgetting something important.

Safety products were never very high on my list of things to get. It's easy to remember all the lumber and supplies you might need from the local hardware store; however, safety products are perhaps one of your most important items. Don't forget to pick up some work gloves, safety glasses, and even your ear plugs.

While some of these products are available at the local store, the style and usability leaves something to be desired. You should shop online. Some online companies sell great safety products in small quantities or in bulk. Trust me, it's worth the $10.00 or so to protect your most important assetů. Yourself

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