Looking after your tools is important, they are a man’s best friend when it comes to DIY and could you imagine anything worse than losing, misplacing or potentially breaking your best friend. Well, Gavin couldn’t and has got in touch to show us how he is safely and correctly storing his tools using magnets.
Have you ever seen a problem that you immediately want to solve? Start to think of an idea in your head right away well one customer, Steven, saw an issue and immediately knew how magnets could provide the solution.
Cleaning your workspace is important and Tim, from The Restoration Couple, has created a magnetic hack to protect your hoover. By simply adding some magnets either using glue or an adhesive backed magnet to your hoover head and see instant results!
Warhammer 40,000 is a game played and loved by many people across the world and especially here in the UK where the original Games Workshop was founded in Hammersmith, West London over 45 years ago. Here at FIRST4MAGNETS we receive several emails regularly showing us how are magnets can be used in the game by players to swap weaponry and armour on the models. We most recently heard from a customer who had purchased 50 of our N35 Neodymium disc magnets in order to enhance his Warhammer collection. These small... Read More
The nights are drawing in, the temperature is dropping, and frost is starting to appear, all the classic signs that winter is approaching! Due to the cold weather our Experts frequently get asked about winter based applications, in particular about achieving secondary glazing with magnets. Secondary glazing is a cheaper solution to double glazing and is something you can install yourself. With this in mind, we have put together a simple step by step guide for you. All you need is our FerroFlex®, MagFlex® tapes and a plastic sheet. Benefits... Read More
At any party, especially at Christmas it is easy to get carried away. As the food, wine and merriment begin to flow, it is even easier to lose track of which glass belongs to whom. It is also tradition for dinner party hosts and hostesses to offer their guests a small favour. By making your own wine glass charms you can prevent any glass-related confusion and give your guests a classy little gift. Here is what you will need: 22mm diameter memory wire rings Decorative beads or charms Magnetic jewellery... Read More