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Fire Safety

Every year thousands of homes are destroyed by fire. Learn how, with the right precautions, you can protect your home and family in the event of a fire.

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How to Tile a Backsplash

A new tile backsplash can transform a tired kitchen décor in just a few short hours, and by following a few simple directions you can do it yourself.

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How to Tape and Mud Drywall

How to Tape and Mud Drywall

Adding new drywall is a necessary step for most renovations. Learn how to finish drywall by taping and mudding seams between adjacent sheets with joint compound. Doing it right reduces the amount of sanding needed for a smooth finished wall.

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How to Patch Drywall

How to Patch Drywall

Drywall damage is a real eye sore. However, if the hole is relatively small, it can be repaired fairly easily and quickly and you won't have to replace the entire surface.

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Embossed Stencilling

Embossed Stencilling

Add an elegant embossed design to the wall with dimensional stenciling. Also called relief stenciling, this effect is created by applying joint compound to a stencil pattern using a trowel or blade. (You could also use Venetian plaster.) After the joint compound is dry, the base...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 4 hours

Complete Wall Prep

Complete Wall Prep

No amount of paint, no matter how high its quality, will cover flaws in the wall beneath or adhere well to dirty walls. Thus, proper preparation, whether for a single coat of paint or decorative paint finish, is the most important step of any painting project.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

Finishing Inside Corners

Finishing Inside Corners

Inside corners are a natural place for hairline cracks to appear. This can be prevented by first applying a thin layer of wallboard compound, followed immediately by strips of paper or fibreglass wallboard tape pressed into the damp compound. You will want to use fibreglass tape...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Removing Wallpaper

Removing Wallpaper

Removing wallpaper can be a daunting task, but we have a stripping solution formula that will help remove stubborn wallpaper with ease.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

Custom Panelling

Custom Panelling

Create the look of custom panelling. Imply period elegance in your home with simple trims and moulding. Whether you love country-style beadboard or want to recreate a recessed-panel Victorian look, you can do it yourself.

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 5 hours

Strié

Strié

Strié is a subtly textured finish that mimics the look of an elegant wallcovering or fine fabric. This simple technique consists of nothing more than dragging a dry brush vertically through wet glaze that has been applied over a base color. The glaze must be wet for the ...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Finishing Outside Corners

Finishing Outside Corners

Outside corners often take quite a beating, so it is a good idea to reinforce them with a metal corner bead. This is nailed to the outside corner, then joint compound is applied. Keep in mind that you should allow a day for drying for each coat of joint compound on corner joints....

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 5 hours

Drywall Cutting and Screwing

Drywall Cutting and Screwing

Get straight cuts and great dimples. Score the face paper with a utility knife, using a drywall T square as a guide. Bend the panel away from the scored line until it breaks. Cut through the back paper to separate the pieces. Hang sheets with screws instead of nails. Drive the...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 hour

 
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