Want to do as good a job as possible installing a subfloor in your basement? Watch the video tutorial up next for real-world tips and tricks.Continue Reading
Do It Yourself
A couple of years ago I got busy fixing a flat tire on my lawn tractor, and the job took much longer than it needed to. I endured more anguish than necessary during the task, and I wasted money, all […]Continue Reading
In this week’s video episode, watch how a repairable oil finish is made exceptionally smooth, see the best way to level a surface before buffing, and watch a random orbit sander and buffing pads in actionContinue Reading
The flooring (and subfloor) you choose has a huge impact on how your basement feels and performs, and on indoor air quality. Click below to watch and learn. Planning to finish your basement? As more people are considering working on […]Continue Reading
In this week’s video episode, see why a terrific DEWALT air compressor stopped working, see why it makes sense to fix things rather than throw them away, and learn a few little tricks can make a big difference when it comes to repairing things.Continue Reading
*TOOLS: Watch a Milwaukee tape getting driven over by a truck.
*WOODWORKING: Learn how to sand wood perfectly smooth.
*WOOD FINISHING: Watch my favourite wipe-on poly in action.
*GOOD GEAR: See what makes some wood screws better.
If you’re asking “how do I install subfloor tiles” you’ll want to watch the video below. It provides and overview of the process and tricks for making the work more efficient and better.Continue Reading
Click below to see the completed pine chest. All structural issues are repaired, a distressed milk paint finish has been applied, and reproduction antique hardware installed. Click here to watch the previous video 3 of 4.Continue Reading
This is the third of four videos on restoring a pine chest with milk paint and antique hardware. Click below to watch episode 3. Click here for episode 4. Click here to go back to episode 2.Continue Reading
This is part 2 of 4 on my video series about restoring and improving an old an somewhat boring pine chest. Click here to continue in the series and watch part 3, or click here for part 1 in case you […]Continue Reading