Most of us have gone through the episode of fixing leaky taps and roofs, taking care of the annoying light bulb that keeps blinking and pipe that leaks water more than the amount that goes in. so when you end doing these kinds of things for a while you get used to either being electrocuted or being pros. So for those who have not reached that stage yet, here are some tips to save yourself.
- Get the chairs before they destroy the room
Usually chair legs ends are sharp and end up ruining your nice floor every time you use the chair. After some time there will be scratch marks of where the chair used to be and you cannot even change the furniture around because of the marks on the floor ending up visible if you do so. So the solution would be something like felt pads and rubber soles for the chair legs that will make sure to keep your floor nice.
Use hammer, tacks, and attach the felt pads for any chairs that are used constantly and also for any other furniture or appliances that you tend to move to a lot and attach rubber pads for other heavy furniture that you move occasionally. You can add rubber padding or the rubber casing to your merlin garage door remote are very small, compact and lightweight so that you will not ending up breaking it when if you drop it.
- The air bubble hernia inducer
When you are adding wallpapers to make that boring wall look magnificent and not annoy you every time you end up glancing its way and dedicate a whole weekend you could have spent catching up on your favorite tv shows and all to actually do the work and finally end up getting all these bubbles in the middle, you might end up blowing off steam on some unsuspecting poor soul.
But usually air bubbles are a common thing when adding wallpapers and there are simple solutions for getting rid of them. For regular paper wallpapers you can pin a hole in the wallpaper and then put adhesive on it so it will not show. For vinyl paper it is better to use a utility knife to slit it before you poke a hole through and then insert adhesive. Keep in mind that adhesive works only on a broke outer covering of your garage door motors effectively control access to private areas and not the inside parts.
Try out handy carpentry tricks you learn from the web or from friends to see how you can tweak it to make it even more convenient.