Very few people nowadays know how to fix things around the house, and if you’re one of them, you’d do well to consider this book. 150 tips are included, from starting your car to repairing lamps and appliances. There are nice large photos that show details along with succinct descriptions with each project. A little tinkering- when you know what you’re doing- can save you money on repair fees and give you the extra satisfaction of self sufficiency. So, instead of complaining about the lack of knowledge you got from your elders, read up and do it yourself.
In this book, find out HOW TO:
Get your car to start.
Sharpen scissors, blender blades, pruning shears, lawn mower blades.
Start that lawnmower in the spring and snow blower in the winter.
Make new threads.
Get your fax machine, or copier to work better.
Hold a screwdriver, hammer or pliers.
Fix things with random parts.
Persuade your car’s engine to last longer.
Make fittings leak proof.
Tighten and loosen things, without damaging the machine.
Find the best appliances at the best prices.
Repair household lamps and appliances.
Buy the right nuts and bolts.
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