Golf Ball Level Finder for Uneven Floors

uneven floor finder golf ball

Concrete and wood floors are often filled with dips and other unseen imperfections. For precise projects that require level surfaces, find many imperfections in any slab by using a golf ball and noting where it rolls from and to.

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Blunt Nails to Avoid Wood Splitting

Tap the sharp point of a nail onto a hard surface like concrete (with a hammer) to dull the tip and avoid splitting wood. You can also do this with the head of the nail on the ground and use the hammer face to dull the nail.

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Bend Wood with Vinegar

bend wood with vinegar

Bending thin pieces of wood can easily make them snap, crack and split. Bend wood easily using vinegar. Just coat the wood with some white distilled vinegar and bend away without worrying about breakage.

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Lint Free Window Cleaning with Newspaper

Use old newspaper instead of paper towels for cleaning windows.

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Soda Can Epoxy Mixer

epoxy mixer

Cut the bottom of a soda can out and use it to mix small paint goods, epoxy and other materials with ease. The raised aluminum base prevents paints and stains from drying out prematurely too. A simple and recyclable epoxy mixer!

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Rating: 2 (from 10 votes)

Make Your Paint Smell Like Vanilla

Add a few drops of vanilla extract to your paint before mixing to improve the odor.

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Rating: 7 (from 11 votes)