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Answered: ATM aside marble tiles

That made even less sense than most of your stupid daily nonsense.

Answered: How much is this worth

Hi Josh! I recommend contacting the Antique Roadshow to see if you can find out its worth. Good luck!

Answered: How do you break a marble in half?

You need to buy a marble cutter or go to get it cut. There are mashines that will get the job done.

Answered: Repairing marble finish

Is your marble polished or honed? If it is honed you can possibly re-finish it yourself (with some scotch-brite pads -depending on how bad it is). If it is polished you really need to find a marble restoration specialist in your area to re-polish it. If you can not readily find one you should ...

Answered: What small tools used to buff out granite and marbe?

The right tool depends on the application. If you have a lot of natural stone that need to be refinished I would suggest you contact MarbleLife

Answered: Decorating eggs - how?

Try to learn the Ukrainian style of making them, you have to start know on the process..a work of art, easier to buy them. Husband that passed away knew the art.. Sweet G 5/14/11 #1
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What is the difference in price between engineered marble and natural

For counter tops or slab flooring it depends entirely on what material you pick. Some natural stone products (marble, granite, limestone) will be cheaper than engineered stone/cultured marble (made up of crushed natural stone and/or pieces of quartz and resin/glue other solid surface materials ...

Spoiled egg

As long as the egg rests on the bottom of the glass, it should be ok. If it looks like it is not touching the bottom of the glass, throw it away.

How long do you boil eggs in the microwave.

I hope you are piercing the shells. If not, they could explode and really make a mess.

Easter egg leftovers

Easter eggs are better only for decoration no so for eating. When for eating than only for preparation of variouse delicatese (muffins, kakes, chocolate or pudings) as proportional aditivum for deserts.