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Valentine’s Day Idea – Complete the Honey-Do List WITHOUT being asked

If you’re looking to go beyond the standard greeting card and box of chocolates, consider doing tasks around the house that your honey will appreciate. Completing your honey-do list before you get told to “honey, do!” is the perfect way to say I love you. Whether tackling a long overdue renovation or decluttering a messy space, home improvement is a great gift to give this Valentine’s Day. If your significant other loves their clothes, installing a new closet will help them get and stay organized. With new shelving, all the clothes, shoes, and accessories can become more manageable and create a neater, more pleasing closet …

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Tailgate Like a Boss – Introducing Fervor and Napoleon Grills

Tailgating is practically an art form when down well. From preparation to tear down, a great tailgate party requires creativity, planning, and fantastic equipment. By getting everything prepped the night before and planning ahead for all the food and drinks you need you are sure to enjoy every minute every your day instead of stressing over details. Having a quality grill will help take your food and experience to the next level.   You can become a master of your flame with a brand new grill. Friedman’s is proud to carry two new premium brands of grills, ideal for your backyard and tailgate culinary needs. …

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Protect Your Equipment with Ethanol Blocking Mixes and Ethanol Free Fuels

When it comes to your gas-powered equipment, it’s important to take steps to protect and care for them. Even the type of gas can make a difference in equipment performance. Using the proper gas with the appropriate amount of ethanol will help your tools last longer and work better. Most equipment needs gasoline with less than 10% ethanol. Higher levels of ethanol (E-15, E-20, or E-85) will cause damage to your equipment, such as loss of power, overheating, vapor lock, and premature deterioration of parts. Ideally, you should find fuel with no ethanol, but that can be increasingly hard to find. Using fresh gas is …

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