From the man who's been called the Mad Scientist of Home Improvement--who taught Jay Leno to shave with Jif Peanut Butter and helped Rosie O'Donnell condition her hair with Reddi-wip--here is another irresistible volume filled with fun, offbeat ways to fix things around the house and garden using brand-name products already on hand. Readers will delight in this treasure trove of quick, inexpensive fixes such as how to: Fix a broken dishwasher with Kool-Aid Remove water stains from wood furniture with Miracle Whip Spackle holes in walls with S.O.S.steel wool pads Remove wallpaper with Heinz white vinegar Clean driveway spills with Coca-Cola Repair scratched woodwork with Maxwell House coffee Start a car with Bayer aspirin Organized from A to Z by topic and area of the home and jam-packed with qStrange Factsq and fascinating sidebars, this fun-to-read book presents nearly 1, 000 cleaning, organizing, and home-repair problems that cover everything from barbecues to bathtubs, carpets to ceiling fans, sprinkler systems to swimming pools. It makes a great gift and is a practical guide for anyone looking for a simple way to tackle everyday problems and repairs.Soak a rusted tool in Coca-Cola overnight, then rinse clean. The Real Thing dissolves the rust. ac Crayola Chalk. Prevent tools from rusting by placing a piece of Crayola Chalk in your toolbox to absorb the moisture that causes tools to rust in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Joey Green's Fix-It Magic|
|Publisher||:||Rodale - 2008-07-07|