When you’re trying to create, fix, or describe a part of a blouse, use the correct terms – Check this out!
Category: Fix it
From cleaning (or replacing, if needed) your gutters, to thermal stripping, to sealing driveway cracks – you’ll want to give your home a fall check-over BEFORE it gets REALLY cold!
Use 11″ or better zip ties to tighten up old springs:
First pull off the bottom batting/fabric. Check the springs and make sure there are no broken ones. Start by zip-tying the S springs around the wooden frame (at the top and bottom of each S spring.) Then start on one side and zip-tie diagonally all the way across.
Build a workbench for all the project you’ll need to work on!
- 1-5/8-in. drywall screws
- 3-in. drywall screws
- 4 x 8 x 1/2-in. plywood