Ridiculously Easy Home Repair Tips You Need If You're Not Handy


 



 

Owning a home can sometimes seem like a project that needs constant maintenance. From dealing with issues like a leaky toilet or faucet to staying on top

 

Here are some very easy home repair tips that anyone can achieve with everyday items that maybe even at home.

 

1. Use cooking spray to fix the stark door

 

If you don't have a box of WD-40 on hand, don't panic. Cooking spray will do wonders for these highly sensitive doors. Just spray a little on the hinges, it should be squeaky-free in no time as well.

 

2. Paint the nails with nail polish to prevent them from coming on

 

It's amazing what a thin layer of nail polish can do

 

3. Use crayons to fill in the nail holes

 

Choose a pencil that matches the color of the wall you are repairing.

 

 4. Get the perfect sealing edge with masking tape

 

If you've just tried caulking and the next time you go to the convenience store, too.

 

5. Unwrap a broken onion with the potato

 

 Cut the potatoes in half, push the soft side toward the crushed onion and turn it counterclockwise until the broken glass is fixed onto the potatoes. Remember to turn off the energy by putting on a condom as well before attempting this penetration!

 

6. Use a rubber strap to remove the loose screws

 

Place a rubber band over the head of the screw before attempting to remove it with a screwdriver. This will add extra friction, allowing you to remove that stubborn screw with ease.

 

7. Correct nail holes with a bar of soap

 

Here's another simple tip for filling in ugly nail holes in your walls. Rub a base piece of white soap in a counterclockwise circular motion over the hole. If the soap has left residue on the wall, use a warm, damp cloth to wipe it off.

 

8. Prevent the doors from vibrating or hitting the cabinet door

 

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9. Quiet and tough floors with baby powder

 

If you have sharp planks, it might be because the pieces of wood are rubbing against each other.

 

10. Treating carpet burrs with ice cubes

 

Place an ice cube on the bumpy area on your carpet and let it melt.

 

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