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  • What Are the Different Types of Stainless Steel?

    Stainless steel is an extremely valuable material for furniture makers, as it possesses a unique combination of strength, durability and aesthetic appeal. That is why we recommend many of our stainless steel table base models for outdoor applications, and for supporting heavy table tops in humid environments. Stainless steel has a beautiful silver finish, is easy to clean, and resists corrosion. That last quality is what makes stainless steel table bases so great for outdoor use, they do not rust! While they do require periodic cleaning to stay looking their best, maintenance is relatively easy. There are dozens of types of stainless steels on the market, and just a few different types of stainless steel used for table bases. Keep reading to learn about the differences between these types of metal!

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  • Our Favorite Recipes to Make While Social Distancing

    Social distancing is bound to end up as the buzz word of 2020. With so many people staying home, either alone or with family, now seems like a good time to compile our favorite recipes! If we’re going to be stuck at home, we may as well be eating, right? We asked around the Tablebases.com office to see what our staff is cooking while they are social distancing. Spoiler alert: most of us are making warm, heavy, comfort food dishes. Keep reading to see the recipes that are helping us cope during this very strange time.

    Side note, although we should be minimizing exposure to other people, restaurants are still trying to stay afloat. So in between making these fabulous recipes, make sure you take advantage of your favorite eatery's take-out options if you are able!

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  • Quiet a Noisy Restaurant with Cork Table Toppers

    Cork is a natural material that is great at absorbing and dampening sounds. Cork is commonly used for soundproofing, as well as for aesthetics and of course wine stoppers. Usually cork boards are applied to walls or floors, as those are the largest surfaces in a room. However, restaurants can use cork as a topper for dining tables to help reduce sound reflections and quiet down a noisy dining room, since table tops collectively make up a large surface. You can do this as a permanent or removable solution. Best of all, cork is affordable and sustainable, and it’s durable and recyclable.  Continue reading

  • How Restaurants Can Prepare for Coronavirus

    The Coronavirus that started off in China near the end of 2019 is now breaching country's borders across the world, and people in the U.S. are starting to wonder how to prepare. Coronavirus, known as COVID-19, has spread to nearly 90,000 people and has caused 3,000 deaths worldwide as of the beginning of March, with 100 reported cases in the United States. The news is full of headlines about what consumers can do at home — frequent and proper hand washing, covering your cough, and the usual tactics — but what about restaurants? For hospitality business owners fearing the worst (like the Chipotle scandal a few years ago) now is a good time to call a staff meeting and review proper sanitation etiquette (and laws) with your staff, and find ways to remind your customers about good hygiene.

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