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  1. Gardening Tips For Beginners: The Mighty Garden Hose

    From the most basic backyard garden to the sublimely sophisticated, knowing what kinds of plants and landscaping tools you’ll need is essential for success.  Chief among all tools, of course, is the mighty Garden Hose, of which has several to choose from.  Equally important, are elementary gardening tips, which include understanding what plants need, in what mounts, and the kind of environments certain plants should inhabit. Continue reading
  2. Safety Products For Family Safety Part 1

    Every household should have Safety Products for protection when accident, injury or a natural disaster occurs.  Safety items can include anything from a well stocked first aid kit to safety glasses for the home handyman.  Another kind of safety or emergency item you should have is a working flashlight, complete with extra batteries.  In fact, it is even better to have multiple flashlights of different varieties, from the basic hand held flashlight to a multi-purpose lantern that can cover larger areas of the home or yard in case you lose electricity. Continue reading
  3. Build A Bird Feeder Out Of Wood Using Craft Tools

    In a previous blog, we discussed different kinds of birdfeeders you might make using ordinary hand tools, woodworking tools and materials—anything from the tube feeder, hopper feeder and platform feeder. While each type of feeder has its own challenges, the easiest feeder to make, by far, is the platform feeder. A wooden platform feeder takes only a few simple Craft...
  4. Light Fixture Parts & Tools For Replacement Part 1

    While replacing that old light fixture is not rocket science, it does require care and the proper tools to do it safely.  After purchasing your new chandelier or sconce, you will need to obtain any needed Light Fixture Parts, procure the right electrician tools from or an electrical supply outlet, before you begin. Continue reading
  5. Carving & Staining Custom Frames With Craft Tools

    If you have been making your own picture frames for awhile and are ready for a bigger challenge, you may want to consider craving and staining frames. An intricately carved frame can become a piece of art in and of itself. With patience, a creative design and the proper Craft Tools, you may even develop a skill using advanced woodworking tools that prepare you to carve larger items such as table legs, benches or more. Having the right construction tools will be necessary for furniture, of course. Yet, you can begin building both expertise and equipment by carving your own picture frames first. Continue reading
  6. Advanced Culling & Organization

    Most storage rooms, sheds or garages at home or in the work place need reorganization and a good cleaning periodically. This typically requires culling unused items, as well as a good scrubbing using reliable Cleaning Supplies to prevent damage of tools and equipment you will keep. In fact, sometimes a storage area can become so dirty that using dust masks is necessary to even begin the sort process. Powerful sanitation supplies will help with subsequent cleaning once you’ve removed unwanted items. But first, developing a good strategy to complete your task is required. Continue reading
  7. Craft Tools For Beginner Picture Framing

    In the Arts & Crafts introduction, we discussed how to make picture frames using conventional picture frame molding. In this blog, we will discuss making large or odd size frames from crown molding, a task even beginners can accomplish with the right Craft Tools, tool kit and directions. Practice truly does make perfect when it comes to making your own ‘custom’ frames. Even beginners can develop experience quickly. And, using crown molding will likely be a snap, especially since you will have already gotten comfortable with your hand tools by now. Continue reading
  8. Create Added Texture Subhead Through Sponge Painting

    One of the most popular designer modifications you can make when painting a room is to use the sponging technique. Sponging creates dimension and depth that would otherwise not exist on a flat wall. And while sponging is not complicated, it does require advanced Interior Painting proficiency to ensure a quality outcome for your living room, den or kitchen. Continue reading
  9. Designing With Contrasting Paint Tools

    If you have been painting interior rooms for a while you may want to mix things up and get creative by adding design elements. There are a number of ways to go about this, from painting one wall in an accent color, to smudging to adding geometric shapes. You can even paint old furniture in bold colors to match an opposing accent wall, thereby tying design elements together. Without a doubt, by using “color as a design tool’, vibrant shades can actually serve as Paint Tools to enliven a room. Whichever idea you select from the options suggested below, you will need to prepare properly with appropriate paint supplies, including color samples from the store, and other paint accessories before you begin. Continue reading
  10. From Hardwood Floor Restoration

    Sanitation Supply is a big category encompassing a wide variety of products and purposes. One sanitation sub-category is cleaning floors, walls and surfaces that need periodic power cleaning or refurbishment. While this can be a challenge for the intermediate user just starting out, tackling these areas can improve the shine on hardwood floors, prepare them for staining, and make an otherwise dull floor come to life. Continue reading

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