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Home Appliances – Sensitive Machinery

July 2nd, 2012 10:53 am

The twenty first century with its modern technological developments has always brought some or the other breath of relief for mankind through its recently developed gadgets and electrical appliances, which have now become the core of human existence on earth. The air conditioners, heaters, dishwashers, washing machines, the oven etc are inevitable in an average middle class family where for an efficient and smooth functioning of the house these appliances are the key. One of them goes wrong and the whole house is a mess with confusion everywhere.

Therefore it’s imperative to use them with uttermost ease and care.

But now the question comes what actually happens if we need a dryer Repair or maybe heater repair? As these appliances are sensitive, they require expert treatment only by professionals who understand their mechanism and have the proper certification to rectify the machines. As these appliances have numerous features and applications, it’s advisable not to tamper with them or try to restore them yourself. In the event of any such try the owner of the appliance will only worsen the situation because as a layman he is not aware of the technicalities which might just appear easy from outside but involves proper protocols to deal with any such technical mishap, only adhered to by a well certified and experienced technician. Therefore next time you think of saving money and doing the Washer Repair yourself, make sure to remind yourself that you can actually save your money by calling an expert serviceman from a repair company.

There are numerous companies who offer appliance repair at affordable prices with excellent quality, so that the client does not faces any future problems with that specific appliance and they also warn you of the possible errors which you can avoid in future to save your appliance for any further damage. The polite behavior and excellent customer service can clear all your doubts and give you good tips so that the life and durability of the appliance can increase. The professionals are also aware about all the latest developments and features therefore are always in the best condition to repair them as they understand the mechanism and the structure of the appliance very well.

So whenever you face any issue with one of your home appliance contact the experts who can easily restore the functionality of your appliance and free you of all unnecessary tension and anxiety, restoring the smooth functioning of your daily chores with a smile..

Foundation Garments In The Past

June 5th, 2012 8:09 am

Throughout the 19th century, women who had money and time to concern themselves with fashion, all wore corsets. A corset is a very restrictive, shape altering garment with rigid boning and panels that constricts the body to create an hourglass shape.

These were designed to emphasize a tiny waist, below which flowed petticoats and elaborate skirts. The short corset circled the torso and ran up from the hips to the top of the waist. Overbust corsets were longer and pushed up the breasts to create a high bosom and a longer waist. This was considered the proper foundation garment for any “lady” of the day, with doctors touting numerous health benefits of wearing them.

Things started to change around the turn of the 20th century as women fought for their equal place in society. Women began to do more, and with this freedom looked towards newer less restrictive fashions for daily activities.

The corset was soon replaced by the corselet, or corselette. It was a derivation of the old corset but lacked the rigid boning that went into corsets. There was still a lot of shaping that went on with these, but because they lacked the boning, they allowed for a freer range of movement.

Early corselettes consisted of cloth panels which were laced together to fit. Later these fabric panels were blended with rubber, creating a more stretch-to-fit construction like we see in so many foundation garments today. The cloth panels were much more flexible which made the corselet far more comfortable to wear than a corset.

Almost without exception, corselettes had garters on the bottom to attach to stocking tops. At the time, it wasn’t considered in good taste to go bare legged, so women always wore the hosiery of the day, stockings.

The corselette was a staple foundation garment for a few decades and continued to evolve. Starting with the 1930s, thanks to women such as Katharine Hepburn, it became popular for women to wear pants in more casual settings instead of dresses. This of course was quite a change for society, and for the corselette, as garters were obviously not needed with pants.

Since upper body shaping was still desirable, the torsolette was drawn from the corselette. A torsolette is a shorter corselette which covers the bust but stops at the top of the waist and doesn’t have any garters. This design is still in use today and is often called a body slimmer.

Bust uplift cups were then introduced in 1943, setting forth the fashion of a prominent uplifted bust and an iconic look which lasted through the 1950s. Around this time, separate top and bottom foundation pieces became popular and started a shift towards the prominence of girdles..