Tin is used to make a variety of items, including household appliances, certain types of roofs, shingles and to fortify other metals. Tin is quite soft and malleable, which makes it ideal for transforming into sheets and... More »

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Solder, the outside of cans and cooking utensils, are traditionally made of tin. While tin is still a very common metal in the United States, aluminum is generally used in place of tin because it is less expensive. More »

Pans and other cookware are made from a variety of different materials, including aluminum, carbon steel, cast iron, copper and stainless steel. The quality of the cookware’s appearance, conductivity and durability depen... More »

Product standardization is the homogenization of items available to consumers that reduces the variety of products that fall under similar descriptors. This process is intended to help shoppers make up their minds more e... More »

A whitesmith creates items out of light-colored metals like tin and pewter. It may also refer to someone who does finishing work on other metals, including iron. The difference between a whitesmith and a blacksmith is th... More »

Millstead Wood Floors offers a variety of wood to be used as flooring, from tree species that include American cherry, birch, cork, hickory, maple, oak and walnut, in widths that range from 2.25 inches to 5.5 inches. The... More »

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Metals such as aluminum, iron, copper, brass, bronze, steel, tin and numerous precious metals are recyclable. Metals unfit for recycling include mercury, lead and radioactive materials such as plutonium or uranium. More »