Wondering how to get rid of squirrels in your home, yard, or attic? Read on for our complete guide.
I think I'll burn down some houses today. Yes, that's what I'll do. Fire, Flooding, and Poop.
Those are just a few things you can expect if you have squirrels or rodents in your attic. Since I’m in the process of evicting several squirrel families from my home (they never pay their rent on time), I wanted to learn everything I could about these little rodents.
Part how-to, part science project, Mikey figured out how to remove a solid coat of rust from an old pipe wrench using a 12v battery and
baking soda. Inspired by this Instructable, check out his process here. Via.
Stripping wallpaper is one of the worst home improvement projects I’ve ever undertaken. During each room, I swore I would never hang wallpaper again, but……
“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Michael Corleone, Godfather III
I daydream about sitting in my favorite chair, journaling (a verb?) about my goals and dreams, in front of a vibrant retro-inspired oversized graphic wallpapered wall. No, no, no!! I won’t do it.
If you can’t resist the urge and you need to remove old paper, here’s a condensed guide to explain what you’ll be up against, but you need to see this ugly job and, this not me.
Somehow, in the gravy making marathon of Thanksgiving 2007, I got splattered with a bit of olive oil. I feared not, however, for I knew there were good tidings of a great DIY solution.
1.Simply lay out your clothing on a flat surface where it won't be disturbed.
baby powder onto the spot.
3. Allow it to sit for 24 hours. Shake clean, or use masking tape to remove the powder. If the stain is still present, simply repeat the process until it goes away.