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Top 3 Tips for Serving Dishes

Posted on January 16, 2019 in Uncategorized

Many people always hold parties using serving dishes. Others go about it the wrong way, get bogged down, and fail with the right type. One secret to successful completion is to get a detailed knowledge about them, and this will take you on the right road. Failing to doing this right may have disastrous consequences. You can actually find yourself embarrassing condition, or perhaps broke the good mood of party.

Listed below are a trio of tips to protect against that sort of failure, and succeed.

1st, choose the proper design pattern. You need to go to the marketplace to have a look at the design patterns, because that will assist you to avoid choosing the wrong kind. So please do not make the error of disregarding this important point.

Second, it is the function and the occasion you are going to consider. Nearly as essential as the design pattern whenever dealing with serving dishes is to use the right type in right occasion such as formal or casual. I am here to tell you, you won’t want to overlook this.

Finally, purchase these serving dishes carefully on the Internet. When you’re buying these dishes online, be sure that is a legal company. This would assist with saving your money such as shipping fees, and that is important to buy the normal quality. Failing that you may be cheated by some frauds. And I believe we could agree this would not be good…

As stated above, if you want to achieve success at holding a party with these dishes, you need to stay away from the forms of errors that might cause you to wind up the embarrassing condition, and even broke the good mood of party. What you want is to buy the tight serving dishes, and you may reach this by following the tips above.

How Is the LEGAL SYSTEM Dishing Out JUSTICE in Your Town?

Posted on January 12, 2019 in Uncategorized

Thankfully, most of us will never find out. That is a GOOD thing! However, if YOU are a small business owner it’s something worth knowing before one day you get kicked in the back-side.

I’ve advocated for many years – ALWAYS invest in GOOD legal
counsel; a qualified Accountant [CPA]; and Insurance Agent. The
3 most important advisors to your business success.

A little research in our town opened my eyes BIG and WIDE to
how a small business owner can suddenly find himself/herself in
deep water without a paddle or pot to go.

Just a few of my recent discoveries —

Did you know…. town Sheriff can reach inside your bank account
and take ALL your money? Got a friend in town working for the
Sherriff’s Dept? Ask him/her, they’ll tell you how it happens and you may want to ask about their bonus, too.

It doesn’t make any difference WHO YOU OWE or if checks will
start bouncing – it’s part of our LEGAL justice system – allows the “hand-of-the-law” to take your stuff and leave you screwed.

Another disturbing happening – you can be sued or counter-sued
by someone and never know it until you get a “writ of execution”
from the Sheriff’s department… when they come to sell ALL your property – equipment – and maybe leave you bankrupt as well as good vendors you own money to.

In our town you basically have to hire an Attorney to represent
you in court…. simply a “no option” decision unless you know it’s fruitless when you’re guilty hands-down… probably your town too.

What you may not know – your legal counsel is NOT required to
have malpractice insurance protection when he/she screws up the
process on your behalf. Most have it…. the problem with small
business owners is they look for the CHEAPEST not the BEST.

Courts DO NOT send notices by Registered mail either which means
they have NO proof of delivery, but WHO cares? YOU will. Only
your legal counsel supposedly gets the notices from the Courts and it’s his/her responsibility to advise you or it’s tough break for you when no one told you “courts in session” – and YOU’RE absent.

Have you ever heard of “treble” damages? It’s amazing how this
can kick you into oblivion without a trace. Just know that it does happen to the finest of small business owners.

Did you feel it? The smasher coming when you thought everything
was peachy-le-creme – maybe your best year ever? If YOU don’t
have your 3 Key Advisors yet, hire them soon. It may just
SAVE your CASH as well as your business future.

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Can You Be Clean, Green, and Legal?

Posted on January 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

You may have seen something on the news about Spokane, Washington where there is now a ban on dishwasher detergent made with phosphates. While this may seem to be an isolated case, there are actually several states (including the rest of the state of Washington) that will make dishwashing soap made with phosphates above a very small level illegal in 2010.

What is phosphate anyway and why is it used in dish washing soap?  Phosphate is an inorganic chemical that is a combination of salt and phosphoric acid.  Because it can clean things like hard water stains, and grease, phosphates are used in all kinds of things including dish washing soap. 

Why all the fuss?  Phosphate is a problem when it finds its way to freshwater rivers and lakes.  The phosphate encouraged the growth of algae which depletes the oxygen in these rivers and lakes, killing off fish and other wildlife. 

While there are green alternatives out there, deleting the phosphates from the dish washing soap can leave one unsatisfied with the resulting product-and a lot of dirty dishes.  Plus some of these green alternatives are pricier than their cheaper phosphorous counterparts.  This has caused people to travel outside their state to obtain contraband detergent from other states-which, of course, defeats the purpose of the bank in the first place. 

What should you look for in a green dish washing soap?  Are there green products that work as well?  While there is no direct substitute for phosphorous, but there are other substances that can be used.  How well they will work depends on a number of factors, perhaps the most important being the hardness of the water used for cleaning.

One ingredient that be used is a surfactants.  Surfactants are usually biodegradable and are used to provide cleaning power and increase the ability of the water to separate the soil from the dish. Anionic surfactants work well as detergents, but can be less than effective in hard water. Amphoteric surfactants are used for their foaming power and can often be found with anionic surfactants. There are other substitutes for phosphates, but these can be even more dangerous than the phosphates. They include nitrilotriacatic acid (NTA) and caustic alkaline chemicals (which are particularly dangerous when ingested-as sometimes happens with children).

It may take some trial and error to come up with the phosphate substitute that works best in your water.  It is unlikely that the ban on phosphates is going away, so it is better to start exploring the options now.  In the meantime, the soap manufacturers continue work on the perfect phosphate substitute, but there are some excellent alternatives out there.

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