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Use a can of latex or oil paint once and the rim invariably get coated with dried, crusty...
Professional painters share their secrets for producing a great-looking interior paint job. The work will go faster with less hassle too.
With our basic stenciling techniques, you'll be able to create everything from a simple stenciled border to more complex patterns that will add a dramatic flourish to any room in your house. Even if you don't consider yourself artistic,...Read more»
Solve the problem of how to remove grout quickly and without a lot of dust by adding a water spraying attachment to your oscillating tool and fitting it with a diamond blade.
A diamond tile saw is essential for cutting natural stone tile and other hard tile. In this article a tiling pro explains how to make tough cuts like curves, corners and tiny slivers.
Save space by mounting a simple cabinet inside a wall between wall studs. You can build and finish it in a day for less than $50.
Leaky, uninsulated ducts in crawlspaces and attics waste huge amounts of energy and money. Use duct wrap insulation for a quick fix with a big, immediate payoff.
Save money on water use by stopping plumbing leaks first. Then move on to replace low cost items like showerheads and toilets with lower water use types. And choose a front load clothes washer when your old washer is...Read more»
Washing machine vibrations during the spin cycle can shake the whole house, but you can get them under control with vibration isolation/dampening pads.
This story features diagrams that show how to wire three-way switches. The wiring is more complicated than a traditional single-pole switch, but we'll explain how to make the connections. Once you're done, you’ll be able to...Read more»
For long-lasting concrete crack repair, fill wide cracks with foam backer rod before caulking. And use a caulk formulated for concrete.
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