Archive for March, 2008

How To Easily Repair Holes in Drywall

If you’ve got little ones running around, chances are there’s a few unsightly holes here and there in your drywall! But, kids aren’t the only ones that can add yet another hole to your wall!
I have been known to bump the wall when moving a chest or other piece of furniture! No matter how careful [...]

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How To Give Your Lawn Mower a Spring Tune-Up!

You may not realize it, but your lawn mower needs routine maintenance in the same way that your car does. Keeping your lawn mower in top shape will not only make it run better, it will also make it last longer!
You should give your lawn mower a good tune-up every spring. If you don’t use [...]

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How To Make The Right Choice When Buying Caulk

The importance of caulk can’t be stressed enough! It’s a simple procedure that can be used both on newly finished projects or as preventative maintenance on your home.
Caulking is the finishing touch to a lot of do it yourself projects. Although, many things don’t need caulking, any project that involves water or air, such as [...]

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Caulking Your Newly Finished Project Is Easy

Whether you’re caulking a newly finished project or an existing item in your home, you can do it yourself! Cualking will protect your floors and walls around sinks, bathtubs and toilets. But, it will also help lower your heating and cooling bills when used around doors and windows.
Most types of caulking is fairly inexpensive, but [...]

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