ah, the vacuum. that extremely useful hunk o' plastic that's relegated to a utility closet for most of its life. yes, i admit it: i have a love-hate relationship with vacuums. sure, they clean the
it's rare for cfius to block a transaction, though trump did block a china-backed purchase of lattice semiconductor in september. 'so the threat of trump stopping a deal are real,' seiberg wrote.
my personal opinion is that glass and china are superior to plastic. and if the china is older, i don't microwave or put it in the dishwasher. and if the china is older, i don't microwave or put it in the dishwasher.
it costs $390 for the 64gb version and there are four alternate backings you can buy, such as in kevlar or wood, if the default 'sandstone' isn't your thing. read the full oneplus 2 review . this
the laser light from a co2 laser collides with and ablates or,essentially, vaporizes organic materials such as wood, leather, fabric, acrylic plastic , delrin plastic , rubber and paper. a co2
since china implemented stricter purity standards on the recycled goods they're willing to buy, recycling facilities are turning to a.i. and robotics to reduce contamination and maximize profits
china is placing new tariffs on 128 products bought from the u.s. as retaliation against taxes approved by president trump on imported steel and aluminum. the new tariffs will go into effect today
i do think the wood boards have been shown to be self cleaning as far as bacteria goes, bacteria counts go way down in minutes, of course you do need to wash the excess food crud off occaionally, i use dish soap at the sink and dry with a paper towel and ready to go again. the plastic boards do need to be disinfected. not sure about bamboo, might try one.
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