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Be honest. How long has that flat pack furniture been sitting there for? Or how long have you been ignoring that strange noise coming from washing machine or meaning to start that building project? You’re not alone!
Is there anything that feels quite as good as fixing something yourself and gloating to the other half every time they use it? We don’t think so! Why not use this New Year to become a master of DIY and save on engineer calls outs.
Why buy a sander when a piece of sandpaper does the job? Simple really. Using a power tool for your sanding projects is just so much easier. Time saved? Check. Aching arms avoided? Check.
Make yourself a note; grab Post-its and add them to your toolbox as soon as you can. No that’s not a typo, we really do mean your toolbox. As well as being the bee’s knees at leaving reminders and organising your other half/kids, Post-it note pads are very useful for your DIY projects.
Turns out there’s an art to getting the most out of your oven. You’ve no doubt seen stunning cakes and mouth-watering desserts posted by creative bloggers all around the internet. There are a lot of talented people out there. But some bloggers have craftier ideas for their oven projects.
Ping into DIY action! It’s not a stretch to say that these rubber band tips will help you organise your life and could change the way you fix things around your home forever.
If nothing breaks in your home over the festive period be thankful for this Christmas miracle! Complex culinary undertakings, houses filled with friends and family, new toys and overexcited children and pets all increase the chance of breakages. But providing you have the right tools for the job it’s no drama.