We always encourage people to rather use a professional handyman instead of taking the risks involved with DIY projects.
Occasionally, however, you might have a small task around the home that you want to do yourself. For those instances, we have a few tips and tricks that will make your DIY projects even more fun and successful.
These hacks are meant to make some of life’s small frustrations a littler easier to handle.
The dust catcher is a classic tip, but it always works. Before drilling a hole into a wall, tape a bag below the hole to catch up the dust.
Nobody likes looking for the light switch in the dark. Just dab a little bit of glow-in-the-dark paint on the light switch, and never fumble around for it again.
An old garden hose can have lots of purposes, including keeping all your tools organised.
A second curtain rod makes the perfect place to hang towels. This is ideal for smaller bathrooms that might not have space for additional towel railings, and is great if you don’t want to spill water all over the bathroom floor when getting out of the shower.
Don’t you just hate it when small clothing items, like socks, keep falling into the small space between the washing machine and the wall? A strip of foam pipe can solve that problem.
Hit the nail on the head, and not your finger, by using a comb to keep the nail in place.