Father & Son RESTORE 300-year-old Barn.. [80 Day Timelapse]

When something breaks or needs fixing, we all wished we had a handyman in our lives. If you can’t find one, here we bring you some hacks and tips from the best ones we have found. Check out this review of handyman hacks and let us know what you think! I keep the brushes after […]

When something breaks or needs fixing, we all wished we had a handyman in our lives. If you can’t find one, here we bring you some hacks and tips from the best ones we have found. Check out this review of handyman hacks and let us know what you think!

I keep the brushes after use in a plastic bag and put it in the freezer to use it again the next day and give a second coat of paint. The paint does not dry and I continue to use it without problems. I save your solvent wash.I’ve been painting for 6 years never seen anyone wear rubber gloves… and an easier way to keep your brush and roller setup from drying out is just putting a damp towel over it or plastic. Why go through a pair of gloves everytime you need to take a break or finish up.I bought one of those angle grinder conversion kits. Unfortunately the chain driver cog was bored too small to fit and had to be drilled/bored out on my lathe to fit. Even the clamp around the original guard fitting was too large and I had to grind the flats down to make it fit as well. I was offered a partial refund, accepted, but it never materialised!That drywall repair is way too slow and overly complicated compared to what it is seemingly based on. For the support on the backend of the hole, just take a paint stick and fasten it to the back with drywall screws, then take your patch, and screw that to the wood. Then you just continue as normal with spackle and paint. No rubber bands, glue drying, random extra holes to patch, or any other steps.

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