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How to Make Chair Covers With Sheets

Chair covers can be expensive at times, and you may not have the best luck finding one to fit your chair perfectly.

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DIY How to Make a Larger Dinner Table Top

A dinner party is more fun when all the guests can sit at the same table.

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How to Replace Roof Overhang

Over time, water, moisture can cause roof overhang structures to deteriorate.

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How to Install Wood Floor With Curved Steps Sunken for a Living Room

Hardwood flooring installation comes with the possibility of various obstacles such as fireplaces, stairs and corners.

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Turn a China Hutch Into an Office Command Center

Space might be at a premium and your budget tight, but that doesn't mean you're out of office options.

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Fiberglass vs. Aluminum Canoes

When shopping for a canoe, several options are available in terms of style, brand and materials.

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Is It Dangerous to Leave Ceiling Fans on?

Coming home to a warm house is fine in the winter but not as much in the summer when you go indoors to get a break from the heat.

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How to Increase the Ceiling Height in a Basement

Basements can sometimes be notorious for having low-hanging ceilings, especially when it features a drop-ceiling.

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My Bifold Closet Doors Will Not Close

Bifold closet doors consist of two panels each, typically built with angled vent slats, connected by hinges in the middle.

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5 Favorite Ideas for Repurposing Ladders into Functional Storage Solutions
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DIY Built in Shelving Wall Unit

A built-in shelving unit can add character, charm and, of course, shelf space to a room without taking up valuable floor space.

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My Spa Jets Won't Spin & Rotate

Jet spas are a relaxing way to relieve stress after a long day.

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How to Build a Trundle Bed With Drawers

Trundle beds are beds that include slim frames and mattresses without box springs that leave space below for storage drawers.

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How to Clean Under the Agitator of a Washing Machine

An off-putting smell coming from your washer isn't just annoying, it might also seep into your clothes, following you around all day.

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How to Install a Fernco PVC Cast Iron Adapter

While older houses often have sewer lines made of clay, lead or cast iron, most newer homes' sewer lines are made of either black ABS plastic or white/gray PVC.

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How to Cut a Terra Cotta Pipe

Terra cotta pipe, or clayware, was once extremely popular for all underground plumbing -- even the Romans used it, and it's still holding up -- but it has gradually been replaced by plasticware.

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How to Glaze a Textured Wall

Glazing a textured wall adds depth and interest to walls.

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How to Troubleshoot a Spa Pump Problem

Spas have a number of different parts that heat and move water through their systems.

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How to Patch a Hole in a Shower Stall

A small hole or crack in your fiberglass shower stall is a common occurrence and is not difficult to fix.

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How to Fix a Clogged Kitchen Sink With Salt and Baking Soda

A clogged kitchen sink is an inconvenience, but it's something that happens to nearly anyone who regularly cooks in the kitchen.

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How to Mix Stucco with Color

Stucco is another name for the product called Portland cement.

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What is the Chinese Method of Furniture Arranging?

Feng shui, or the Chinese art of arrangement, is an ancient method that determines how to arrange furniture and artwork in a room.

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How to Remove Sealer From Porcelain Floors

Porcelain floor tiles are a durable and nonporous product that can be installed in any room of the home.

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Frugal Paint Remover Recipe

Buying paint remover can be expensive, especially if you want only a small amount but have to buy in bulk.