Hovisi® Charm Bridal Wedding Crystal Rhinestones Pearls Women Hair Comb Clip : Product looked lovely, but broke as soon as my

first_img Wore it for my wedding and i. Wore it for my wedding and i will be making my little girl wear it for hers. So strong and pretty stayed in my hair all day with. Would be suitable for brides. This is really lovely for the price paid. A little too heavy for the hairstyle planned, but a beautiful item. Would be suitable for brides, proms, balls etc. I ordered 6 of these for my bridesmaids. They’re beautiful and packaged really well. Can’t wait to see them in the girls hair. Excellent product and price. Fast devlivery, excellent product and price. Exaclty what i was looking for for my wedding day and an 8th of the price of other headpieces. Saved myself a small fortune. The photo does not do this product justice. It looked amazing and i had many compliments about this hairpiece on my wedding day, easily looks more expensive then it actually is.People were shocked at how little i paid. Highly recommend to any bride. Save your pennies and get this instead of the over priced headpieces in the bridal shops. Lovely clip but took 4 and a half weeks to turn up. Ordered it 3 weeks before i needed it and it didn’t turn up so was not very happy. This arrived very quick as i was told that it could take a while to arrive. Very beautiful piece and good quality. But i am really pleased with it. It’s heavier than it looks, but it’s absolutely gorgeous looks stunning. Bought it for my wedding think it will need to be assisted to stay in hair as the prongs arnt that long to carry the weight. But i am really pleased with it. The hair comb is really lovely but as the teeth. The hair comb is really lovely but as the teeth are strange my hair dresser had to put little elastic bands in my hair to hold comb securemy hair is thick so all was well hidden and the end result was lovley. Beautiful and elegant, arrived in one piece. Everyone who noticed it commented on how lovely it was. These are great, heavier than i thought they would be, but are stunning to look at and sparkle in the light, very pleased. Beautiful and quality is amazing. Beautiful and quality is amazing. They are a little heavy but will be fine for what i want them for.Totally delighted with how they glance best for my bridesmaids arrived. Absolutely delighted with how they search perfect for my bridesmaids arrived faster than imagined also.Very but larger than anticipated and requires time to get there. . It is rather and shiny so the high quality appears to be good. Failed to use it although as it is really huge and large and i considered it was ‘too much’ even for my wedding hairdo.I love this- it is extremely delicate but hefty and i. I love this- it is really fragile but large and i am hoping my bridesmaids enjoy it just as significantly as me so they can just about every have a person 🙂 havent attempted donning it nevertheless- it took ages to get there but i was happy with the final result.I like this hair clip – appears to be way far more expensive then it is. Shipping and delivery took a even though but i requested in plenty of time. I safe the clip in all around a bun and then clip in put as it is really major and my hair is fine but it completes any formal outfit and seems beautiful. Was also a bit more substantial than expected but for the reason that i ordered it for a wedding it appears to be like great.I acquired these for my bridesmaids to have on and they ended up fantastic. Just as attractive as some extra highly-priced hair extras on the market place and they did the work just as well. Pretty sparkly, shiny and the pearls include a wonderful touch of class. Couldn’t have requested for more.Lovely hairpiece, seemed much a lot more pricey that what your. Attractive hairpiece, seemed considerably more pricey that what your having to pay. Only difficulty is that the comb did snap off and i also seen that 1 of the gems has fallen out (wouldn’t detect except if seeking for it). But with any luck , i will be ready to get it resolve in time for my wedding and i can not wait around to use it 🙂 x. Gorgeous slides and prompt delivery. . These hair slides are gorgeous and great quality for the price. I was a bit worried about the delivery time as they were coming from china but i contacted the seller and they dispatched them immediately. Can’t wait to see them on my bridesmaids :-). I am such a happy bride right now. I ordered these items based on previous reviews, knowing that ordering from overseas can be a risk. They have just been delivered and what can i say?i am such a happy bride right now. They are a great size and a fab weight. The crystal and pearl details look like they have come from a store such as debenhams, and like they have cost £’s more. These would make fabulous gifts, but shhhh you don’t need to mention the fabulous price. Product looked lovely, but broke as soon as my. Product looked lovely, but broke as soon as my hairdresser took it out the packet. The comb part came away, luckily because of the design she was still able to pin it into my hair. I didn’t open it or try it out before i needed it so maybe i got lucky and it broke while there was still a chance to save my hair style.I guess you get what you pay for. These combs are gorgeous and very good quality for the price. Beautiful for weddings and special events. I would highly recommend this seller. Looked fantastic! Saved myself a small fortune!Product looked lovely, but broke as soon as my I am such a happy bride right nowLovely hairpiece, looked far more expensive that what your Love this hair clip!The Hair comb is really lovely but as the teeth Hovisi® Charm Bridal Wedding Silver Crystal Rhinestones Pearls Women Hair Comb Clip100% Brand new and high qualityMaterial: Alloy + pearl + crystalIt makes your look noble and charmFantastic hair accessories for Weddings, Proms, Parties or other special occasionsLength: Approx. 110 mm / 4.33″ Pin length: Approx. 55 mm / 2.17″last_img read more

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New or replacement drainage in 2019 and drainage education

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Larry C. BrownNow is the time to start checking your existing agricultural drainage system for any field conditions that may need your attention after the last crop season and certainly after the excessive rainfall in 2018. Check drainage outlets for damage or blockage, and clean the animal guard; check the field for drain blowouts or soil failures where excessive runoff and sediment may enter the subsurface drains; check areas that ponded last crop season, or where crop yields were reduced because of excessive rainfall and soil wetness to assess the need for additional drainage, etc.You may be considering new subsurface drainage or replacing parts of older systems. When considering a new system, you might want to think about an alternative system design, a Drainage Water Management System. All of the benefits that come with a traditional subsurface drainage system can be achieved with a system that is designed for drainage water management, plus at least several important extras. Drainage Water Management (commonly called controlled drainage) provides improved water quality benefits.Recent research from across the Midwest shows that with drainage water management, annual nitrate-nitrogen loads can be reduced by as much as 50%. A similar result might be possible for soluble phosphorus, but more research is needed. In addition, Ohio research suggests crop yield increases of 3% to 4% are possible, on average, and maybe more in certain cases in some years. Some of this crop yield increase may be attributed to some saving of drainage water in the soil profile for plant use.Drainage water management systems may differ from traditional subsurface drainage systems as follows: 1) drainage laterals are installed on or near contour; 2) a water control structure is installed at the drainage outlet; and the outlet elevation can be raised to retain some of the drainage water, and lowered to allow excess drainage water to be released; and 3) system layout may be designed to optimize drainage water retention by constructing water management zones, each with a separate water control structure, and with new or replacement systems, installing the drainage laterals more along the contours of the landscape. Of course, there may be other differences. Want to know about the pros and cons to each system? Want to know how best to design and layout subsurface drainage systems, as well as design, layout and management drainage water management (controlled drainage) systems? Consider attending the 2019 Ohio State University’s Overholt Drainage School.The 2019 school will be held March 18-21 in Paulding County. This four-day school will cover: 1) Subsurface drainage: design, layout and installation; benefits and impacts; 2) Drainage water management (Controlled drainage), design, layout and installation, management, and benefits; and 3) Drainage water harvesting for agricultural water supply; and a summary of water quality improvement practices (BMPs) that fit well with drainage water management systems. These practices include: woodchip bioreactors, phosphate filters, improved blind inlet construction, saturated buffers, and others.The Overholt Drainage School is an intensive course and is open to anyone interested in advancing their knowledge of basic concepts, principles, and skills related to the purpose, design, layout, construction, and management of soil and water conservation systems, with emphasis on agricultural water management and water quality. The School is sponsored by the Overholt Drainage Education and Research Program, the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, OSU Extension, Paulding County Extension, OARDC, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, The Ohio State University, in cooperation with the USDA-NRCS, USDA-ARS, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Ohio Land Improvement Contractors and Associates, and others. The Overholt Drainage School has been conducted annually since the mid-1950s. The 2019 School is the 31st. Excellent drainage workshops are also conducted in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, North and South Dakota. For more information, please contact Larry C. Brown at 614-292-3826 or [email protected] Dr. Larry C. Brown, Professor and Extension Agricultural Engineer, can be reached at 614-292-3826, or [email protected] This column is provided by the OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, OSU Extension, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, and the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.last_img read more

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The History of the Chainsaw Retrofit

first_imgTo achieve the carbon reductions needed to prevent a global ecological catastrophe, almost every house in North America will need a deep-energy retrofit. If the projecting elements on a home’s exterior — especially the eave and rake overhangs — can be stripped away, the best retrofit option is to wrap the exterior of the house with an airtight membrane and a deep layer of insulation, followed by new siding, roofing, and windows.Because the purest version of this insulation technique requires a building’s roof overhangs to be lopped off, the method is referred to as a “chainsaw retrofit.”The chainsaw retrofit technique has a precise point of origin. The method was pioneered by two Canadian energy researchers, Rob Dumont and Harold Orr, who cut off the eaves and rakes of a modest ranch house at 31 Deborah Crescent in Saskatoon in the summer of 1982. The work was funded by the Institute for Research in Construction, a branch of the National Research Council Canada.Dumont and Orr are both retired. As the first generation of building scientists and residential energy researchers gets old enough to pass the baton to younger practitioners, it’s important to remind today’s young architects and builders of their ground-breaking work.Dumont and Orr were key members of the research team that designed the Saskatchewan Conservation house in 1977. Five years later, the two engineers set about to develop a technique for superinsulating existing homes.In retrospect, it’s clear that Dumont and Orr were the first to combine a number of elements that have become part of the standard procedure for deep-energy retrofits. The work at 31 Deborah Crescent included the following steps:In August 1982, the retrofit work began on the 1,200-square-foot house at 31 Deborah Crescent, described by the researchers as “a bungalow built in 1968.”… Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details.center_img This article is only available to GBA Prime Memberslast_img read more

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