Are You Overlooking a Simple Revenue Generator?Written by Dianne E. Dawson, M.A.
There is a simple practice that any business can implement that can capture more revenues. If follow-through is not part of regular discussions among your staff, perhaps this story will get it on your next meeting agenda.
I had my regular visit to dentist several weeks ago. During visit, need for handling a minor matter was discovered and a treatment plan was developed. However, because I didnít have my calendar with me, I did not schedule a return appointment while on-site, instead promising to call back to do so.
Well, as happens to us all, things got in way of that call-back and eventually, I forgot my commitment (Hey! Iím human Ė it was a minor matter [smile]).
Today I realized that I had not followed through. Itís been about six weeks.
Powder Coating the PAINT TECHNIQUE that is ABOVE the RESTWritten by Maricon Williams
The paint can make and unmake looks of your motorcycle. A wrong choice of paint can make you laughing stock of your riderís club. So be very careful in choosing your motorcycle paint.
Have you ever heard of powder coating? Do you have any idea just what it is? Well if you donít, then this article is just what you need. Powder coating is one of best painting technique out there however not everybody is aware of it. In powder coating preparation is very important if you want to have best paint job results. The preparation includes stripping of motorcycle parts of all its paint. It is very important that motorcycle parts to be coated must be entirely stripped of any remaining paint, dirt, oil and any other substance. Sandblasting is required to completely clean motorcycle parts. Afterwards, motorcycle parts are going to be baked to get rid of moisture from metal. The motorcycle parts are now treated with degreasing solution to prevent from rusting.
The process of powder coating is used especially for selected motorcycle parts in which they are coated with fine powder of resin as well as pigment which is more of a ground up paint grains that form a powder-like substance. The items being coated are then hanged on a rack which grounds item. A spray gun is then used to spray powder onto motorcycle parts. Afterwards, spraying on motorcycle parts, these are then baked on a large oven in order to cure coating. The usual temperature used for curing is between 400 and 450 degrees. Another purpose of curing and baking motorcycle parts is to melt pigments, melt gel in order to come up with a hard-wearing finish. The end product is an even coating.