While most people have used a basic tape measure at least once in their lives, not many of us have come across a situation where we’d need to use a diameter tape measure. “How do I go about even using this bizarre tape measure?” you ask yourself. Don’t worry, you don’t need to feel inadequate – all you have to do is just watch this quick video tutorial. It’ll have you feeling like a pro in no time!
It’s the start of a new year, which means it’s time to clean out your house (and your life), and get rid of things that aren’t necessary. Today is National Clean Off Your Desk Day, so it’s the perfect day to kick-start your cleaning. Here are some good tips for saying good-bye to items that don’t serve a purpose in your life: – Start small (just do your desk today, then move onto your closets, garage, etc.) – Divide items into 3 categories: keep; donate; throw away – Rule of thumb: If you didn’t use it last year, odds are you won’t use it this year either – Please make sure you don’t throw away your Lufkin tape measure– that comes in handy everyday!
Making gingerbread houses is a fun pastime in many households during the holiday season. They are not known for being easy to make, but if you have the patience and can get it right, they are beautiful. For the most part, gingerbread houses that are made during the holiday season are square or rectangular. But perhaps think outside the box this time and make a cylindrical one. A pipe diameter tape measure will be key to measuring your festive house, and maybe you can even invent a new holiday game: Guess the diameter of the gingerbread house!
Now that the 2022 Holiday season is upon us, many people have begun shopping for their nearest and dearest. It is easy to get caught up in all of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, spending money on frivolous items. That’s why today is an important day to remember during the holidays: Giving Tuesday. Consider this: – Donate money to a local charity or non-profit in your area -Order a Lufkin tape measure and donate them to a local company
It’s a worldwide debate: Imperial vs. Metric Which side are you on? Here in the United States, we follow the imperial measuring system, which consists of inches and feet. However, most of the world follows the metric system (centimeters, meters). For the benefit of everyone, diameter tape measures come in both metric and imperial styles, so no matter which side of the debate you are on, you can find a style on which to put your company logo.
It’s pretty safe to say that we’ve entered the 2020 Holiday Season. What will your Thanksgiving and Christmas look like this year? COVID has put quite a damper on the holidays, but I’m sure we can figure out some modified ways to celebrate.