How to fix anything : essential home repairs anyone can do
Book | Hearst Books, an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. | 2018
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus General Collection (TH 4817.3 H6.9 2018)

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190 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
At head of title: Popular Mechanics.
Includes index (pages 186-190).
Chapter 1: Bathroom
Chapter 2: Kitchen
Chapter 3: Walls, Ceilings & Floors
Chapter 4: Furniture & Fixtures
Chapter 5: Gadgets
Chapter 6: Basement & Mechanicals
Chapter 7: Garage & Driveway
Chapter 8: Yard
"This handy guide covers the essential household repairs that homeowners need to know. From easy fixes like tightening loose door hinges to more involved projects such as bleeding your brakes, you'll learn how to handle issues in any room in the house, garage, and yard as well as simple lessons in plumbing and electricity. Throughout the book, Popular Mechanics Senior Home Editor Roy Berendsohn answers questions about the trickiest fix-its, including how to deal with recurring ceiling cracks and get rid of a garbage disposal stench that just won't go away. You'll also find unexpected hacks, like using grass clippings to fix a flat bike tire or a golf tee to fill a stripped screw hole"-- Page 4 of cover.
15.00 HOME EC (99-HEC-9)
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