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restore

To return a structure to its original appearance,although the use of modern and updated materials may be employed.

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put on the market in June a new hair restorer called ''Karoyan Gush,'' which is claimed to be also effective for women.
The framework of the Restorer that holds plants and associated microorganisms floats.
He is a full member of the British Antique Furniture Restoration Association (BAFRA) and is one of only three accredited restorers in Scotland.
For a tear, the restorer might replace the warp threads (those that run up and down the rug) and then reweave the weft threads (those that run across the rug) with a needle in the same style and with the same tension as that originally used in the rug.
70173 Stuttgart, Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse 3, House of the Landtag of Baden-WE-rttemberg, bioremediation, and production of daylighting reference Chamber Carpenter IV - restorer.
The leather conditioner, cleaner and restorer can be used on all leather articles and surfaces, except suede, and is suitable for jackets, couches, car seats, handbags, shoes, boots, saddles - anything deemed to be real leather.
It will be replaced probably next February, meanwhile it has been sent to a specialist art restorer company in Telford.
Furniture restorer Clive Payne, 46, was left stunned when the two crumpled letters fell out of an 18th century piece that was bought in an auction in 2006.
Or if a quick spruce up will do, try Sandtex PVCu Restorer and PVCu Cleaner.
As James Bond's car of choice the Aston Martin was the obvious choice and as the largest restorer of Aston Martins in the UK, the Beamish workshop was the first stop for Royal Mail.
So try contacting a fitter or use International's 2 in 1 Laminate Floor Reviver and Restorer, pounds 6.
Hand-picking unique projects in the city where "people are stewards of their old buildings," and old buildings are abundant, is a gift to any restorer working in the field, Culbreth said.