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Protecting car doors and garage walls – Tip

Reader Rob Newcomb shares his wife's ingenious tip with us. It keeps your car doors and garage walls safe from chipping when the car doors...

Fixing a broken bicycle pump clip – Tip

Ever bought a bicycle pump and, after a few uses, the plastic clip that holds it in place breaks off? Reader Petri Duvenhage shares a...

Stop tripping over tent pegs – Tip

Are you a regular camper and tired of tripping over tent pegs in the dark? Well, reader Marcel Du Pré's tip might just be able...

Keys facts – Tip

Keys facts – Tip

Reader Sean Beukes shares some keys facts that might just keep you on top of which keys go and are where. Read his two tips...

Keep glasses balanced – Tip

Reader Yusuf Badat shares his clever hack that kept his glasses balanced. One arm of my glasses broke while I was playing soccer and I...

Tightening battery clamps – Tip

In an older car, sometimes the clamps around the terminals of the battery en-large due to tightening. Tightening battery clamps by reader Patrick Paine....

Snaking electrical cable – Tip

Ever had problems snaking through new electrical cable? Reader Louis Burger shares his clever tip with us. Read it here....

How to paint a ceiling

How to paint a ceiling

It's easy to overlook the ceiling when you're painting a whole room, but you shouldn't ignore your fifth wall. In fact, it should be painted...

Cornice magic

Cornice magic

If you live in an older house with older cornices around your ceilings, here’s a cornice decorating solution that saves time and makes them look...

Budget Garage Door Service

Budget Garage Door Service

If you have a roll-up garage door, sooner or later it’s going to need a service. So here’s how to avoid those nasty costs....

How to unclog a toilet

How to unclog a toilet

A clogged toilet is a terrible thing and, unfortunately, something you're likely to encounter sooner or later. These tips to unclog a toilet will get...

How to restore antique tins

Whether it's the antique tins you've bought at flea markets or the neatly stacked tins from your grandmother's kitchen, here's how you can restore them....

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