Mrs. Fixit Easy Home Repair

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 3, 2002 - House & Home - 240 pages
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Mrs. Fixit
says
"It's just that simple!"
Clueless about caulking your bathtub or replacing a phone jack? Think fixing a leaky faucet or hanging a window valance are jobs for the experts only? Let Mrs. Fixit give you the tools to tackle hundreds of home repairs on your own. On every page of this easy-to-use household companion, television's hugely popular handywoman lays out fast, easy, money-saving tips and step-by-step instructions for
  • simple repair jobs for every room in your house or apartment
  • storage and organizational tips with professional results
  • quick fixes and surprising solutions to everyday household problems.
 

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Hello,my name is Eugene Simpson owner/carpenter/remodeler/handyman, of Handyman In A Minute .I Have Over 35 years as a career carpenter,remodeler,handyman.I find this book and info very easy to understand.You can find me at http://handymaninaminute.com

Contents

Hints and Tips the Whole House Through
11
Windows and Window Treatments
45
Floors and Carpets
55
Paint and Wallpaper
63
Wood Care
79
Home Accessories
85
Repairs and Projects
97
Tools and the Workshop
129
Yard and Garden
155
Pets and Pests
173
Entertaining and Preparation
181
IS Alternative Uses for A to Z
195
Other Cool Stuff
209
Index
219
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About the author (2002)

With more than twenty years in television and radio broadcasting, Terri McGraw turned to home repair when she realized that she was married to Mr. Breakit. Terri lives in Syracuse, New York.

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