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Nighttime Highway and Safety Services Graphics Evaluation Guide

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Nighttime Highway and Safety Services Graphics Evaluation Guide

Night-time Highway and Safety Services Graphics Evaluation Guide. Increasing the efficiency of barriers and guides for night time highway construction visibility and safety in traffic management

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Free Basic Guide to Laying Out and Planning Wall Sign Letters

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Free Basic Guide to Laying Out and Planning Wall Sign Letters

Free Guide to Layout your Wall Sign Letters What are wall sign letters? There are flat cut metal, flat cut plastic, cast metal, fabricated (hollow) metals, lifetime warranty plastic letters and more

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Tips & Tricks: Covering over old awnings

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Tips & Tricks: Covering over old awnings

Tricks and Tips for covering up old awnings DIY Craft Project: How to add your name to old awnings and cover over previous names, and repair sails, tents and more. This is a practical Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Guide on covering over old awnings, covering old business names and adding your own, or repairing canopies, tents, sails and covers. What is the purpose of this article?We're going to look at low-cost options that may save you hundreds of dollars over replacing an old awning. We'll also cover how to cover up old business names on awnings, repair smaller non-structural tears, and even repair...

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Business Wall Letter Selection Guide

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Business Wall Letter Selection Guide

Custom letters for business indoor and storefront walls.

How do you choose the right kind of letters? Metals, plastics and foam lettering

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Concrete Letter Casting Basics

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Concrete Letter Casting Basics

Concrete letter casting basics This is a beginner's guide to the basics of casting concrete. For specific details, search online for how to create concrete casting forms.To cast concrete with lettering and a logo if desired, you need a form, concrete and letters.The form can be on a flat surface, into which you can pour your concrete, or the form can be erect with a bottom, sides, a front and a back. Be sure to mix sufficient smooth concrete so that a spill or leak won't scuttle your casting pour. Stir and poke the concrete to reduce incidence of air pockets.For...

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