Sunday, May 22, 2022 - 06:53:22
11 results - (0.002 seconds)

and pallets:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
1
    EVER wanted your own bowling alley? You may be able to achieve it using free wooden pallets. TikTok user Luke Philpott, who posts under @itslukephilpott, showed how he had made his own DIY version on a budget in the back garden - and people are seriously impressed. 5TikTok user Luke Philpott showed how he made his own bowling alley in the gardenCredit: @itslukephilpott/TikTok 5He used eight wooden pallets to make the rampCredit: @itslukephilpott/TikTok He uploaded a video with the caption “Here’s an idea for the summer” and it has racked up nearly a million likes. Luke said: “I built a bowling alley in the garden from old pallets.  “It has a skittle reset system and a ball return ramp.” In a previous video, he explained how he managed to build it himself. More on DIY hacksHOUSE ABOUT IT I made a playhouse for my kids & loved it so much I made a 'resort' of them Luke said: “I started by laying down eight pallets in a row and then screwed them all together and made sure they were all...
    TRYING to decorate a room while sticking to a budget can be tricky. When you have a blank canvas to work with the cost can soar. 3The room finished room looks like the perfect place to relaxCredit: YouTube This DIY whizz saved some serious cash when she transformed her bedroom. She only had a small space to work with, so opted for a minimalist boho style that could utilise what she had. To kick the transformation off, the decorating pro added wooden pallets to form a bed frame. The look was super cheap to achieve, since you can get the pallets locally for next to nothing. She then added bright white bedding, noting that the white colours "create an airy feeling that will help you feel relaxed." The DIYer repurposed the side of her babies wooden cot, since they had outgrown it. She made it into a chic plant holder for some added texture and colour. Plastic plant holders from Ikea fitted perfectly into the the gaps, you'd never be able to tell what it once was. Most read in...
    RETURNS pallets are certainly having a moment with some Brits making and saving some serious cash with very little investment. But as the hype for returns pallets continue, there are some things to look out for, and some rules that'll help you nab the best buys. 4A returns pallet is a selection of items that have been returned to a company and get sold for a fraction of the price 4Holly Smith, the founder of Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, and a pallet buyer herself share tips on how to do it A returns pallet is a selection of items that have been returned to a company and get sold for a fraction of the price. Companies including Amazon, Argos , John Lewis and Very do it and the items could've been returned for any reason - whether that be faulty or change of mind purchases. Recently, a savvy Youtuber bought a £300 returns palette and it was crammed with toys for kids worth TWICE as much. And another woman, Taz, scored £1.7k worth of homewares...
    A WOMAN revealed how she spent £140 on an Amazon returns pallet and discovered it was worth ten times what she bought it for.  YouTuber Ana, who posts on her channel The Baytraders, unboxed £1,400 worth of goods from a £140 Amazon returns pallet. 3Ana buys returns pallets and sells the contents for a livingCredit: YouTube/The Baytraders 3In this haul she got her hands on a £200 massage chairCredit: HoMedics For the last twelve years, she and her family make their living by buying returns pallets and reselling the goods for a profit on eBay.  Ana showed off all the best bargains she received in her most recent pallet purchase, although some items were worse for wear. This particular pallet was a total mystery, but Ana said she could tell it was made up of mostly general household items as soon as she opened it up. When buying returns pallets, there is no guarantee that the products will be in working condition, so it’s always a risk. “It’s not always glamorous because you don’t know the condition people return stuff...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she was able to quit her council job by reselling return pallets. Emma Hamilton, from Birmingham was making £25k a year at her old job, now her business is halfway to its first £1million. 3Emma Hamilton, 33 appeared on Channel 4's Bidding WarsCredit: Youtube 3Emma's business is now so successful she has hired out a warehouse and employees people to help with the businessCredit: Youtube The 33-year-old first starting buying return pallets three years ago as a hobby, and would resell items for a profit. Now, Emma is flogging around £50k worth of items a month, bagging her a £10k profit, and Emma reckons she has already made a staggering £500k profit from selling return pallets alone. Emma has appeared on Channel 4's show called Bidding Wars, in which teams of resellers compete against each other to see who can make the most cash. She told The Irish Mirror: "After doing it for a year or so, I was able to reduce my hours at work and then eventually do reselling on Amazon full-time....
    A COUPLE who bought six returns pallets have revealed how they have bagged over £10,000 worth of goods for just £18. Ana and Dan are professional eBay sellers and purchased the pallets in the hope of selling the items on. 3Ana and Dan bought a pallet of old electrical goods for £18 and it held £10,000 worth of productsCredit: YouTube 3They also purchased an Amazon returns pallet that was stuffed full of baby suppliesCredit: YouTube 3A £24 pallet was stuffed full of bathroom supplies including shower trays worth £200 a pieceCredit: YouTube Sharing their haul on their YouTube channel The Baytraders, the couple revealed that they had bagged two returns pallets from Amazon, two of lost property and two liquidation pallets. The £24 liquidation pallet was filled with bathroom supplies from a former homeware store which included some pretty valuable items. Dan explains: “The shower trays are worth a couple of hundred quid alone. “One of those shower trays is going to pay for all of this stuff.” Next up, the couple make their way through their Amazon returns pallett,...
    MRS Hinch has just splashed out on a huge countryside farm - and revealed to fans that they have decorated their first room in the mansion. Cleaning whizz Sophie Hinchliffe, 31, showed how they have made a very stylish cloakroom using old pallets and Ikea bargains. 9Mrs Hinch has transformed her first room in her new countryside mansion, and it looks incredibleCredit: INSTAGRAM/MRSHINCHHOME 9Before Sophie decorated, the room was bare and in need of some TLCCredit: INSTAGRAM/MRSHINCHHOME 9The cleaning influencer has earned mega-bucks from her best-selling books, TV work and money-spinning social media plugs for homecare products Mrs Hinch wrote on Instagram: “Our first room is complete. “Filled with so much love, made together in ‘Grandads workshop’.” Mum-of-two Sophie showed how they bought a black £75 coat and shoe storage bench from Ikea for the room. They also added a wooden pallet to the wall and screwed in black coat hooks, before adding a new tiled floor and a wooden bench. She added: “THIS project will stay with me forever! “I hope you all love it as much as we...
    Tom Holland is ringing in the new year in Las Vegas, putting in an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to promote his new movie Uncharted. The 25-year-old actor took to the stage at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Tuesday afternoon, with Sony Pictures Entertainment Tom Rothman. They both discussed the making of the video game adaptation, in theaters February 18 and unveiled a new clip from the movie.  Tom in Vegas: Tom Holland is ringing in the new year in Las Vegas, putting in an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to promote his new movie Uncharted Holland stepped out in a black t-shirt under a sharp grey suit coat for his appearance at the annual tech convention. He was wearing stylish glasses as well with matching grey pants and black dress shoes for his appearance.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Spider-Man: No Way Home wins box office for third week in a... Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to dominate the domestic... Share this article Share He and Rothman unveiled...
    (CNN)FDA-regulated spices and food additive products exposed to "widespread rodent infestation" as well as live and dead insects, were seized in Miami on Friday by the US Marshals Service on behalf of the US Food and Drug Administration, according to an FDA statement.The food products included more than 25,000 boxes and bags of bulk ready-to-eat spices and food additives, including monosodium glutamate, crushed red chili, and sesame seeds, the FDA said.A complaint filed by the US Department of Justice on behalf of the FDA alleges that an inspection of the Lyden Spice Corporation conducted between June 8 and June 28, 2021, found "insanitary conditions." Rodent feces "too numerous to count" on and around pallets with containers of food were found, according to the complaint, as well as evidence of rodent gnawing and urine on food containers, rodent-nesting material between food pallets, live and dead insects on food packaging, and apparent bird droppings in the food storage area.CNN has reached out to Lyden Spice for comment.Manufacturers allowed baby food contaminated with heavy metals to remain on shelves, lawmakers sayRead MoreThe FDA...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated dozens of packets of diapers to a nonprofit organization that supports homeless pregnant women.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arranged for a range of Pampers products for different age groups to be delivered to Los Angeles-based group Harvest Home.  The delivery was arranged with the help of Procter & Gamble, with whom the couple have agreed a multi-year global partnership. It is thought to be the first initiative resulting from the partnership since it was announced in May. Harvest Home announced the donation on Instagram, writing: ' Pallets and pallets of diapers... we are so grateful!  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated dozens of packets of nappies to a nonprofit organisation that supports homeless pregnant women These diapers recently arrived at our new Pico-Robertson Home and we could not be more thankful to the Archewell Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and @proctergamble and @pampersus for the incredible donation through their Million Acts of Love Campaign.  'Thank you [for] helping us ensure that our moms and babies have...
    THE FIRST Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines went out by the truckload from the company’s manufacturing plant in Michigan on Sunday for Americans to use. Starting early in the morning, workers loaded doses of the vaccine from freezers and into pallets with dry ice.  1Workers moved doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine from freezers to pallets with dry iceCredit: AP:Associated Press They sealed the boxes with packing tape and added shipping labels, then forklift drivers moved the pallets from the factory to semi trucks.  The biggest vaccination effort in US history cases as the country has seen more than 300,000 coronavirus deaths and exceeded 16million cases. Most read in NewsSCHOOL SIEGEHundreds of pupils missing after gang kidnap terrified boys at boarding schoolVIOLENCE RAGES‘Four stabbed and one shot’ as Proud Boys clash with Antifa at protestsWING & PRAYERMan climbs on plane wing before falling onto tarmac in front of passengers‘WE WON’T BACK DOWN’ Infowars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says ‘Biden WILL be removed'BRUTAL DEATHMom’s boyfriend arrested after toddler dies from horrific head injuriesCommentTHE SUN ON SUNDAY SAYSBoris Johnson must not allow the EU back...
1