How To Properly Store Jewelry In Your Safe

Posted on: 25 August 2016
General-purpose safes can be great for keeping your jewelry secure, but you'll need to store your pieces properly to help them to remain beautiful. Packing your items into the safe efficiently will also make it easier to remove them from the safe in the event of an emergency. Here are a few helpful tips you can use to store your jewelry in your safe. Invest In Jewelry Trays Jewelry can be made with soft metals and delicate materials, such as gold or pearls.
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Face Not Recognizable? How To Improve A Security Camera's Image Quality

Posted on: 13 July 2016
If your business has security concerns, any security camera can be better than none. However, without a camera that has the best possible image, that image you managed to capture may not be useful enough to allow you to identify whoever is the subject of the recording. Then, any effort to deliver helpful images to the police will be useless. The Image Readability Is Based On The Pixels The level of detail and the sharpness of an image is based on the number of pixels that your camera allows.
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Types Of Tools Used By Locksmiths To Unlock Automobiles

Posted on: 11 July 2016
At some point, almost everyone has unintentionally locked their keys up inside their vehicle. To resolve this problem, it may be necessary to hire a professional locksmith who can use special tools to unlock the car. These are some of the different types of tools that professional locksmiths use to unlock automobiles. Slim Jims  Slim jims are one of the most common types of tools used for unlocking automobiles. This tool is a steel bar that can be a variety of different lengths depending on the brand.
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Deadbolts On Your Windows? Yes, There Are Locks And Installation Steps For That

Posted on: 22 May 2016
Most modern windows already come with their own locking latches. However, if you wanted added security, or if your windows are so old they do not have latches at all, you may want to install deadbolts on your windows. The following information will provide more details on what window deadbolts look like, how they work and how to install them. What Window Deadbolts Look Like There are a couple of different styles to fit different types of windows, but the concept behind these window deadbolts is the same.
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