Care for Your Home the Lazy Way (The Lazy Way Series) by Terry Meany

By Terry Meany

The siding wishes cleansing, the cracked wall wishes plastering, the home windows desire caulkingbut nobody desires to spend valuable weekends operating round the residence. With The Lazy option to take care of your place, quite a few mins a month of upkeep won't purely preserve the home taking a look nice, yet will stay away from expensive and exhausting maintenance and replacements down the road.The Lazy method to take care of your house presents lists of toolbox prerequisites to make purchasing fast and painlessno extra wandering the aisles puzzling over that is the appropriate wrench. With plenty of convenient short-cuts and tipssuch as rinsing the siding whereas watering the lawnthe residence will essentially be retaining itself, either in and out. The home-owner who buys this publication would be the envy of all of the buddies, not just as the condo seems to be nice, but additionally simply because she or he is operating part as challenging!

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Previous page page_35 next page > < previous page page_36 next page > Page 36 If a rented tool breaks or is no longer working properly, you should: __ Stop using it immediately. __ Look for the problem. __ Return it for a refund or exchange. Power tools wear out, and rental shops understand this. It may go out the door running just fine, but in your hands the motor revolves around just one too many times and then decides to stop working. It isn't your fault. If you didn't damage it intentionally, you won't be charged.

Consider: __ Is this a one-time job? __ Can this tool be used for other jobs? __ Is this a high-maintenance tool? Borrowing Tools It's always easier to borrow a neighbor's or friend's tools than to troop off to a rental outlet. This is probably an okay strategy for manual tools like hammers and rakes and screw drivers, but borrowing power tools is another arena altogether. If you're going to borrow power tools: __ Be on good terms with the lender. __ Establish an understanding of responsibility if the tool breaks.

Don't ask, unless you're prepared for a long lecture on the history of coping saws. For most home purposes, a metal or plastic tool box will do. If you haven't got room for a tool room in your house, this is the way to go. The Small Stuff As a homeowner, over time you'll start accumulating screws, nails, nuts, bolts, hinges, and bags full of odds and ends from all your trips to the hardware store. How do you know what's what without opening a shelf full of bags? < previous page page_31 next page > < previous page page_32 next page > Page 32 You can organize these items in: __ Clear glass jars __ Small sets of plastic drawers __ Plastic storage containers with dividers Glass jars are sensible and cheap, but you'll need a shelf to store them on.

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