When working on DIY projects that make a lot of mess and dust inside the house, we try to keep things as contained and clean as possible. When gutting our master bathroom, we’ve had to cut into plasterboard and tiles, which is very messy and dusty work, and I can’t emphasise what an invaluable asset our Karcher SE 4001 vacuum cleaner has been.Continue reading Karcher SE 4001
Last week Friday, as we were heading to bed, we discovered water leaking through our hallway ceiling. Leaks of this nature are scary. We turned the stopcock off, but the leak persisted. Upon checking the central heating pressure, it was through the roof. We turned our heating off and bled some radiators to get the pressure down. It worked.
After a series of annoying leaks in our master bathroom this year we decided that enough was enough and that we were going to gut and redo it. Since we are going to do most of the removal work ourselves, my wife purchased us a couple of pairs of VGO Cut Resistant Gloves.Continue reading Review of VGO Cut Resistant Gloves
With nearly 100 metres of beading laid throughout the house we provide an honest review of Unibond’s No More Nails adhesives.Continue reading No More Nails Review
Most tools are helpful to get a particular job done, but as I’m discovering there are going to be a few tools on this journey that revolutionise DIY. My first tool that’s taken DIY to the next level has undoubtedly been the impact driver.Continue reading Impact driver – the product that revolutionised my DIY this year