16 December 2014
Most hockey players know that a certain odor is synonymous with the game. What few players take the time to understand is that hockey equipment that is not cleaned properly not only smells, but it can become a bio-hazard as well. Here are three noxious substances commonly found on hockey equipment, and suggestions for eliminating these substances before they become a serious health hazard. 1. Bacteria These microscopic organisms are responsible for the pungent odor many people associated with the game of hockey.
3 December 2014
If you enjoy extreme sports, snowboarding is a great activity to do. This activity gives you the chance to go fast and do novel tricks, but you will need the right board. In order to help you out with the board selection process, these things can be considered. Size One of the most important things to consider is what size of board you are going to need. If you are just starting out, getting a shorter board is preferred.
26 November 2014
A gun can be an effective way of keeping your family safe from criminal activity. Unfortunately, gun accidents can happen, and this is a risk that is especially alarming for parents. If a child were to get ahold of a gun without supervision, they could accidentally kill or wound themselves or someone else. Fortunately, gun safes can be a great solution for preventing these types of accidents, but not everyone realizes this.