I don’t know about you, but I absolutely hate trying to find a reliable service or repair person. The ones that will take your money and leave you with shoddy work are a dime a dozen. While, competent, high quality workers are so very rare. That’s why, when I find a company or a person that does a good job, I like to keep track of them for future use. But, I am not much of one for keeping up with business cards. Instead, I prefer to use my own home service and repairs’ printable.
I think you would agree with me that rust is a nuisance that we can all live without. The good news is that there are simple and effect ways to give rust the old boot. But, how you deal with that rust should really depend on the type of item that has rusted. As much as I love vinegar, you can’t just use it on everything, or at least you shouldn’t. Tailoring your treatment to the specific situation can mean the difference between a renewed item or a destroyed one. In this post, I will explain how to remove rust from practically anything.
If you have a miter saw, you may have noticed that sometimes your cuts just aren’t as accurate as you would like. Typically, this isn’t obvious until you are in the process of assembling a project – usually that very last piece – and you notice that the fit isn’t as tight as you would like. This can be very frustrating, but the good news is that your problem most likely stems from your miter saw needing to be calibrated. This is something that needs to be done from time to time. Good news! I am going to show you how to perform a miter saw maintenance for accurate cuts.
It has taken me a while, but I finally got around to building some honeycomb shelves. As part of my office makeover, I thought that a collage of honeycomb shelves would look nice and add a little extra wall storage. One thing that I have noticed with other DIYers’ methods was that the build was a bit awkward. There are six sections in each shelf, so getting them to fit together correctly was causing some people to end up with the last piece slightly out of sync. So, I thought I would show you how to build and hang honeycomb shelves using my construction tricks.
There is nothing that can make an outdoor space feel as cozy as a nice rug. Regardless of how nice your outdoor space is, adding a rug just has a way of defining the space and making it inviting. Since my outdoor rug has seen its better days, I had finally come to the decision the it was time to replace it. During this shopping experience, I stumbled across a few amazing brands of easy to clean indoor outdoor rugs, and there is nothing that I like better than finding quality rugs at reasonable prices!
How to Clean a Dishwasher (my 411) – I grew up in one of those households where it was the kids’ responsibility to wash the dishes after dinner. Oh, how I hated washing those dishes! There was almost always an argument over whose turn it was, or who would wash and who would dry. I begged and pleaded for a dishwasher, which I was convinced would solve all of my teenage problems. So, when I moved into my very first place – back when I was still too young to even purchase alcohol – I invested in a dishwasher. It wasn’t too long after that purchase till I discovered that a dishwasher has its own source of problems.