Several frustrated homeowners ask the Fine Homebuilding editors to suggest the best course of action for some common DIY dilemmas.
These knockdown sawhorses are far easier to move from job to job than a conventional sawhorse.
Plus, a debate on working in your shop vs working on site.
Handy vise and and miter saw stand.
Two long pallets make a stable bench to support long, floppy siding lengths.
Lightweight frame, ease of transport, and 1500-lb. rating makes for a sturdy sawhorse.
I found a way to tweak the traditional mud-bucket platform to work even better. I used my RotoZip to cut two pieces out of the top of each bucket, about…
This simple drying rack is perfect when spraying cabinet doors with lacquer. With it, I can spray a door, wait 15 minutes until the fast-drying lacquer is dry to touch,…
I had to plane the bottom of some bedroom doors that dragged on a shag rug, but I didn’t have my portable workbench to hold the doors on edge. Needing…
When my home-exercise treadmill finally died, I took it apart so that it would be easier to move and so that I could dispose of it with my household garbage.…
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