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Bed Sheet vs Bed Cover   Maintaining a household is not always easy. In addition to furniture, there are many other things that a house essentially needs, such as drapes, curtains and bathroom fittings. Among these seemingly minor yet extremely essential items, bed sheets and bed covers too are two items that are... 
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Airless vs Air Paint Sprayer   Spraying is a process of throwing paint particles over a surface to do a coating of the paint over it. It is a very quick process of painting a surface that is much more efficient than doing it with the help of a hand held brush. Though rollers can also be used for faster painting,... 
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Leather vs Bonded Leather   If you are out there to buy leather furniture for home or office, you have got to be careful as there are many terms in vogue that are cleverly being used by unscrupulous salesmen to sell of something cheap and imitation in the garb of genuine leather. Leather is leather, and it... 
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Colander vs Strainer   We make use of many types of many tools and appliances in our kitchen to separate solids from liquids. Strainer is the most common of these tools that we use to strain out tea or seeds from the juice of lemons or other fruits. However, there are many more tools used for filtration,... 
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Remodeling vs Renovation   Remodeling changes the functionality of an existing structure while renovation makes the structure new, better, or modernized.   Remodel and renovation are the terms that are encountered the most whenever people are going in for home improvement. This makes it clear that both... 
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Range vs Stove vs Oven   • Range is a kitchen appliance that contains both the stove and the oven inside it. • Stove refers to the stove top that contains burners. • Oven refers to the enclosed unit inside a range that is used for baking and roasting.   In most kitchens around the world, one appliance... 
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Shellac vs Varnish   Shellac and varnish are the names of finishes used for wood to have a protective covering. These finishes are transparent and not only enhance the durability of any wooden surface but also make a covering that looks attractive. Despite being almost similar in appearance, there are differences... 
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Air Multiplier vs Fan   A fan is a mechanical device used to create a fluid flow, typically, in gas or air. It is a common electrical device that today we can see in almost every electrical or electronic appliance or device for moving air through a cooling or a heating process. A fan consists of an impeller, which... 
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Gas vs Electric Ovens   For many people, whether the food has been cooked on an electric oven or a gas based oven does not make a difference. After all, both types of ovens cook the food efficiently and the difference lies in the kind of heat supplied to the food item for cooking only. Many professional cooks... 
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Garage vs Carport   We all know what garages are and how important they are for the safety and security of the cars of a household. There are also carports built by some homeowners, to park their cars. Many people remain confused between a garage and carport as they cannot make out clear cut difference between... 
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Loft vs Apartment   Loft is a word that is increasingly being heard by people in the real estate business from builders and property brokers. There is even a term loft apartment that is being used to confuse apartment buyers and also those who are looking for accommodation on rent. While most people feel... 
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Loft vs Attic   Loft and attic are words that refer to very similar structures inside homes and other buildings. In old buildings, there were always spaces just below the roof of the structure that was used for various purposes. You must have yourself seen and explored such small rooms under the roof in your... 
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Loft vs Studio   Loft and studio are words that are commonly being used by builders and property dealers, to sell their two types of apartments to buyers. While studio apartments have been in vogue for quite some time, it is the phrase ‘loft apartments’ that is catching the attention of property buyers... 
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Geyser vs Water Heater   The mere thought of having to make use of cold water during winters is very disturbing. This is why people make use of various appliances to get water heated before it can be used whether for bathing, washing clothes, cooking, or cleaning utensils. Two words water heater and geyser... 
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Gloss vs Satin   Gloss and satin are words commonly heard when people are talking about the finish of paint on the walls or the furniture. These words trouble those who go out to purchase paint when they are repainting their homes. It all depends upon the type of finish one wants from the walls or other structures... 
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Lavatory vs Sink   Lavatory is a word that has traditionally been used for a room or a place that has a toilet seat and a basin to wash one’s hands. However, it is also the word that has served as a synonym for a basin or a sink whether in a bathroom or a kitchen. This is confusing for many people as they... 
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