Protect Your Car and Cargo with DIY Trunk Bumpers

If you drive a smaller passenger vehicle but tend to haul long, large, or unwieldy cargo, don’t put your paint job at risk. There is a simple and inexpensive hack that can protect your car and your cargo when transporting items in the trunk. Pool noodle “trunk bumpers” can eliminate contact between your cargo and…

Common Mistakes DIYers Make with Electrical Projects

Do-it-yourself (DIY) electrical projects can save considerable money and help you understand the inner workings of your home’s electrical system. They can also, however, be dangerous and costly if you don’t know what you’re doing. Avoiding common mistakes is a great first step toward successfully completing a DIY electrical project. Once you learn what not…

What’s the Secret to Not Losing Socks?

Everyone’s had the experience at some point or another: You’re folding laundry and realize that you’re missing a sock from a pair. In fact, you’re missing several socks, and you have a stack of them waiting to reunite with their partners. Just where do those things go, anyway? For the most part, many missing socks…

Add Extra Space in Your Closet

Running out of space in your closet? We’ve got the solution you’ve been looking for. Install an add-on clothes rack, doubling the amount of hanging space for your wardrobe. Measure a piece of rod to match the length of the rod on the top level of your closet. Screw eye hooks in both ends of…

Seal Your Home Against Drafts in the Winter

Air conditioning vents provide cool air during the summer months, but in the winter they can let in cold drafts. You should not block them permanently, because you’ll need the vents again when the weather gets warm, but we’ve crafted a temporary solution to help you avoid the cold breeze. Measure your vents to see…