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Shopping & Supplies

Welcome to Shopping and Supplies, the home of all your shopping and supplies news, reviews and opinions. Everything you ever wanted to know about all sorts of goods, including clothes, fashion, wining and dining, home and garden, arts and crafts, entertainment, travel and motoring, in fact anything you might go out and spend your money on.

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Recent Posts

Vaporizer – Electronic Nicotine Cigarette Vaporizers

Vaporizer Cigarettes In the last few years, many cigarette smokers have switched to using electronic equivalents of traditional cigarettes. Electric nicotine... [Read more]

All About Coffee – Espresso Machines and Reviews

Espresso Coffee For coffee drinkers in the UK there are three basic options in terms of the quality of beans and grounds you can drink. We are not going... [Read more]

Are Electronic E-Cigarettes Here To Stay?

Are E-Cigarettes here to stay? We all know only too well that smoking tobacco is bad for us, there is only one probable outcome.Cancer rates in smokers... [Read more]

E-Cigarettes Growing in Popularity

E-Cigarettes and their Benefits The use of electronic cigarettes has been steadily growing because more and more smokers are realising the benefits of... [Read more]

Drink Driving Solicitors

Drink Driving Solicitors Advice Drink driving? This may be the first time you have been faced with any kind of prosecution and we understand how you probably... [Read more]

Points on driving licence

Points on driving licence and what to do Points on driving licence is a demerit point system is one in which a driver’s licensing authority, police... [Read more]

Online I Spy Game Launched

Online I Spy Game Launched January 2013 sees the launch of a brand new online i spy game called Viespy. Played using a smartphone or with a camera, players... [Read more]

A Look At The Practical Beginnings of Bookends

Bookends, for all their whimsical designs, had practical beginnings. While today’s bookends are a mix between the beauty of visual form and the performance... [Read more]

Body Art In The Work Place

Body art is everywhere and most people can name at least one person they know who has some kind of body work done. People with tattoos work in a variety... [Read more]

Cockroach House Invasion

Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattaria or Blattodea, of which about 30 species out of 4,500 total are associated with human habitats. About four... [Read more]

‘Wasp Invasion On It’s Way’ Warn Experts

The term wasp is typically defined as any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is neither a bee nor an ant. Almost every pest insect... [Read more]

How To Keep Cats Away

I am often asked how to keep cats away from yards. Cats are unpredictable, so there are few sure-fire cat repellents. But below I consider some of the... [Read more]

Cluster Flies In Your House?

During the summer months these flies live and breed in grassy fields and are seldom noticed. In the autumn they would, under natural conditions, hibernate... [Read more]

Fleas In Your Home

Fleas are wingless insects (1/16 to 1/8-inch (1.5 to 3.3 mm) long) that are agile, usually dark coloured (for example, the reddish-brown of the cat flea),... [Read more]

Grey Squirrels Cause Serious Problems

Their scientific name is Sciurus carolinensis. They were introduced from USA /Canada to approximately 30 sites in England, Scotland and Wales from 1876–1930. Grey... [Read more]

What Are Cluster Flies?

What Are Cluster Flies? Cluster flies are large, slow moving, hairy, flies around 10-15mm with a dark gray to black non-metallic abdomen. The larvae of... [Read more]

The Difference Between Rats And Mice

Risk/damage Rats and mice will invade buildings in search of food and shelter. In doing so they may be involved in the transmission of disease, soiling... [Read more]

Just when you thought it was safe at home bed bugs Invade

About bedbugs Bedbugs look a bit like lentils. They are oval-shaped, flat and reddish-brown, and up to 5mm long. Females lay 200-500 eggs over a two-month... [Read more]

Information About Rat Traps

Rat traps are to catch rats Rats are suspicious of new objects and rat traps with only one entrance. If they see other rats have been trapped they may... [Read more]

Rats on the rampage

Rats on the rampage: Vermin boom blamed on cuts in refuse collections Britain’s rat population is soaring to record levels. The abolition of weekly... [Read more]

Invasion of the Carpet Moths

If you notice small balding patches in the corners and at the edges of your carpets, the chances are that you have an infestation issue. This is a problem... [Read more]

Rats and How to Use Rat Poison to Control Them

Rodent baits, also known as mouse poison or rat poison offer an economical and efficient approach to controlling rodent populations. The poison come in... [Read more]

Bed Bugs How to Spot and Kill Them

Bed bugs are sneaky and lurk where you least expect. Learn here how to spot them and get them before they get you. Bedbugs – that pest from the old... [Read more]

How Channel Five’s Half Built House Ruined 120 Year Old Cottage

Half Built House Left Unfinished After calling for much needed help from channel five home improvement program Half Built House, Colin Gibson and Judi... [Read more]

Airlines made to advertise hidden charges

After the OFT Office of Fair Trading stood in to make a change, 12 airlines will now be advertising their Credit and Debit card charges when you go to... [Read more]

French taxes will cost us more on French holidays

The price of French holidays is expected to rise as president Francois Hollande plans to increase tax on foreign homowners. The news comes from the announcement recently... [Read more]

Mini has gone commercial with a Clubvan

Mini has gone commercial creating a tidy and trendy van that doesn’t actually look like a van. Turning the Clubman into a Clubvan, BMW Mini have... [Read more]

MOT Testing exempt for Classic Cars

Mike Penning, road Minister has agreed to exempt any classic car manufactured pre 1960 from MOT testing as of November 18th 2012.  Due to the number of... [Read more]

Breathalyzer kits needed for new French law

As of July 1st 2012 the French government has ruled that all motorists in the country have to carry a breathalyzer kit in their vehicle or face a fine,... [Read more]

Gardens under attack after slug increase

Slug numbers are expected to keep growing if we do not see a spout of dry and hot weather this summer. After the unpredicted weather that has been seen... [Read more]