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Household Tools- Basic Hand Tools - Basic Power Tools

January 31st, 2012

A cordless drill is important in a home tool kit Basic bathroom tools Basic kitchen tools you should have Basic power tools for a home tool kit Basic tools for a home emergency tool kit Basic tools for household electrical tasks Circular saw versatility Classic carpenter's levels and laser levels Difference between a claw hammer and a tack hammer Fireplace...

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Tools for Women - Female Tool Belts - Lady Tool Sets

January 27th, 2012

Barbara K! tools for women Better tools for women Companies that make tools for women Current selections of female tools Female tool belts Female tool boxes Find a pink tool set for women Gardening tool sets Good cordless power sets for women Good quality gardening tools for women How female tools differ from regular tools How to find a lady tool set...

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How to Sharpen Kitchen Knives

January 24th, 2012

Have you ever tried preparing food with a dull knife? It can be an incredibly frustrating experience. Not only is it simply more difficult to do what needs to be done, but the end result tends to be much less attractive than if you had a nicely sharpened pair of knives. Not to mention the fact that you have to use more pressure on a dull knife, which means you may be more...

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How to Change a Tire

January 24th, 2012

It's the sound that every driver hates to hear - you're making your way down the road when all of a sudden you hit a stick, your vehicle shakes and the telltale repetitive "thunk" of the flat tire makes itself known. If you've never changed a tire before, you may quickly start to wonder what you're going to do. Don't panic! Thousands of people have changed tires all by...

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How to Clean Your Car's Air Filter

January 19th, 2012

What does your car's air filter do? Essentially, it's a way of separating good and bad ingredients inside the vehicle. It's a vital part of your vehicle, but also one that's quite simple to maintain. In fact, you don't even have to visit a mechanic to do so! According to Edmunds.com, it takes about five minutes to clean your car's air filter (which you should do either every...

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Tips for Removing Wallpaper

January 19th, 2012

Wallpaper can transform the look of any room and add visual interest and detail. However, if you recently moved into a house, you may not like the pattern that the previous tenants chose. Removing the wallpaper is relatively easy to do yourself, as long as you have some patience and designate enough time to do a careful job. Here's how to get that pesky paper off your walls,...

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How to Paint a Ceiling Fan

January 6th, 2012

After some years have passed, your ceiling fans may be starting to show their age with chipped or faded paint. One option is to simply buy new ones, but this may cost you a fair bit of money, and installing ceiling fans might prove to be difficult. Have you considered simply painting your current ones? You might find it to be a fairly quick and easy task, even without outside...

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Unusual Uses for Duct Tape

December 22nd, 2011

It's always a good idea to keep a roll or two of duct tape around - it's surprisingly versatile and can be used to quickly fix any problems that may arise until a more lasting solution can be found. But you can have a lot of fun with duct tape as well! You may have heard that it can be used to craft a pretty decent wallet, but there are plenty of other neat things that would...

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How to Set Floor Tiles

December 15th, 2011

If you've decided to set your bathroom or kitchen up with a tile floor, you'll first need to pick a tile you like and then gather the materials. After you have created a flawless layout, it's pretty simple to set the tiles. Here's how to do it, according to the Home Depot and HomeTime.com. 1. Make sure the surface of the floor is clean and has no debris on it like dirt or...

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How to Patch Peeling or Chipped Wall Paint

December 13th, 2011

Posters are the ultimate decorations for many childhood bedrooms because they're easy to hang and there is plenty of selection. Unfortunately, the way that most kids tend to hang their posters up is simply with tape or sometimes even putty, which is a quick fix but one that can ruin the paint job. Once the posters don't suit your kids' tastes anymore, taking them down will...

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