Maintenance & Repairs
Lacquer, polyurethane and varnish are all readily available in satin, semi-gloss and gloss – but as furniture finishes, they have different benefits and disadvantages.Read More..
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|How to Regrout Tiles7|
Bumps and knocks to tiled surfaces loosen grout over time, allowing water to seep in. Regrouting is simpler than replacing tiles, and it gives old tiles a clean finish.
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Revive old furniture with these DIY tips.
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There are various ways to seal a bath or shower. The one that looks best and works for most bathrooms involves squirting sealant from a ‘gun’. For this ‘gun’ method, you need a cartridge of silicone sealant and the gun applicator.
|Draught-proofing a door4|
Stay warm inside by draught-proofing your door
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|How to draughtproof your home3|
As well as adding insulation, you should seal all gaps and holes. Draughtproofing can cut heat loss by up to 25 per cent in winter.
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Here are some DIY tips to help you save money by using common household items that will help you to work faster, safer and more effectively. You don't have to be particularly handy to make use of our advice: these are basic, simple procedures.
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Maintaining your car in top working order will have the engine working at maximum efficiency while burning minimum fuel. For instance, not only does the oil lubricate metal engine parts, it also helps to keep the engine free of the dirty by-products of fuel combustion.
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