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Stop bad odors in your clothes washer by running a cycle with a special mold-killing tablet and by leaving the door open to promote drying.
Learn how testing the ignition coil can be quick and easy using a special ignition system tester. It's inexpensive and works for any small engine.
Learn to use a trim gun and you'll never want to pound another finish nail. A trim nailer will give you superior results with less effort
Replace a wobbly old outdoor handrail with a rock solid one by using strong concrete anchors. We show you how to design and attach one to your steps.
Hand-tightened compression nuts for water supply lines always seem to need an extra turn with pliers. But a big part of the problem is low-quality supply lines.
The only way to fix a recurring drywall crack around a door or window is to bridge the crack with a fresh sheet of drywall. The fix takes a few days, but it will finally make the problem go away.
Give your room a stunning new look and feel by adding DIY recessed lights. Even if you don’t have access to the ceiling from the attic, you can install these lights by following the directions shown here....Read more»
Running electric power to a garage or garden pond? Learn about code requirements and different options for depth of trench, conduit material, and type of electrical wire.
Seal cracks in concrete with durable urethane caulk. It'll keep water out and protect your foundation and walks from further cracking and eroding. You can do it in less than a half hour.
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.
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