By Joey Green
From the guy who's been referred to as the Mad Scientist of domestic Improvement--who taught Jay Leno to shave with Jif Peanut Butter and helped Rosie O'Donnell situation her hair with Reddi-wip--here is one other impossible to resist quantity full of enjoyable, offbeat how one can sort things round the condominium and backyard utilizing brand-name items already on hand.
Readers will have fun with this treasure trove of quickly, reasonably cheap fixes similar to how to:
• repair a damaged dishwasher with Kool-Aid
• eliminate water stains from wooden fixtures with Miracle Whip
• Spackle holes in partitions with S.O.S.steel wool pads
• eliminate wallpaper with Heinz white vinegar
• fresh driveway spills with Coca-Cola
• fix scratched woodwork with Maxwell residence coffee
• begin a automobile with Bayer aspirin
Organized from A to Z through subject and sector of the house and full of "Strange Facts" and engaging sidebars, this fun-to-read publication provides approximately 1,000 cleansing, organizing, and home-repair difficulties that conceal every little thing from barbecues to bathtubs, carpets to ceiling lovers, sprinkler platforms to pools. It makes a superb present and is a realistic advisor for someone searching for an easy technique to take on daily difficulties and maintenance.
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