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How Often Do You Treat Your Feet?

Hmm, what a question. Honestly, though, do you ever give your feet much thought? I know I don’t unless I get a blister, or they start aching because I’ve been on them all day. We ask a lot of our feet and yet few of us do anything for them in return. We thought we would change that. How to get rid of hard skin on your feet Our bodies… Read More »

5 Things You Can Sand with a Black and Decker Mouse

Ugh, sanding… it is probably one of the most hated DIY jobs around the home. However, if you sand properly before you decorate, the result will be far better than it would have been otherwise. Sanding can level out uneven patches, get rid of roughly-filled areas, and bring back the detail on paintwork that has had countless layers of uneven paint applied to it over the years. We currently have… Read More »

Could BidGrid Help You Find a Gift or Two this Christmas?

Oh no… I said the forbidden word. And it’s still only October! In my defence though, the shops have had festive cards and gifts out for over a month now. And it doesn’t hurt to spread the cost and start shopping early, does it? You’ve probably never thought of BidGrid as a possible source of festive gifts. However, while many of our winners receive prizes they go on to use… Read More »

Are Remote Controlled Candles Better Than the Real Thing?

Remote-controlled candles… it sounds like a bad joke, doesn’t it? It sounds like an April Fool item put up for sale, only to be pulled at midday when the joke is revealed. But that’s not the case. These candles do exist. Better yet, we have a set of these candles up for grabs in one of our latest auctions. Will you put in a few bids to see if you… Read More »

Do You Use Lucky Numbers When Bidding?

Lucky numbers. Many societies have a history of lucky numbers, some more prevalent than others. In Chinese culture, the number eight is said to be the luckiest number of all. In other cultures, the number seven is thought by many to be lucky. Conversely, many people hate the number 13. It is often omitted from the floor numbers of buildings and doesn’t always appear as a room number either. Beyond… Read More »