Breeze blocks have a very rough surface which means they chew up roller sleeves very quickly and you'll need a good supply of them on hand if this is the method you choose. Thankfully there's an easier way to paint breeze blocks and I've outlined my process here. The easiest way to paint breeze blocks (and only way in my opinion) is by first using a spray gun and then power … [Read more...] about Painting Breeze Blocks
M Class Dust Extractor As a reminder, there are three classes of dust extractor in the UK; L Class, M Class and H Class. Broadly speaking, M Class dust extractors are suitable for dust created from hard woods, sheet materials, brick and and concrete dust. Dust extraction is often a secondary consideration, especially for DIY enthusiasts, but it's of paramount importance … [Read more...] about M Class Dust Extractor
Lockdown has made it extremely difficult for people to visit GP surgeries and clinics for very routine procedures. Even as lockdown eases and clinics begin welcoming patients again, people are still apprehensive about venturing out. This has led to many thousands of people going untreated for things that they would normally have had sorted much quicker. Routine procedures such … [Read more...] about Is DIY Ear Wax Removal Worth A Try?
Tools required Pencils >>>Cordless driver >>>Plastic shims >>> Wood glue >>>Steel straightedge >>>Hand saw >>> Chipboard flooring with tongue and groove joints is commonly available for flooring applications. They are relatively cheap and quick to lay. Standard size sheets are 2400mm x 600mm and available in two … [Read more...] about Laying chipboard flooring
Pros >> Potentially huge savings to be made compared to well known rivals>> Easy to use online planner >> Extremely helpful and friendly customer support>> Showroom demonstrating all designs and units>> Wide selection of colours and designs & quality units>> Quick turnaround times and range of delivery options Cons>> … [Read more...] about DIY Kitchens Reviews