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Unistrut Kwikstrut

Ultimate Handyman

Unistrut Kwikstrut is a glavanised metal channel which has numerous uses, it can be used to construct almost anything quickly and with the minimum of tools.

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Build your own PC case from scratch (how-to-guide)

DIY Perks

In this video we'll be making a sweet-looking PC case from scratch, using cheap materials & basic hand tools! Also available in kit form!

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Wood working

adamwatsonsmyth

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How to Build a Closet

We are going to show you how to build a simple DIY built in wardrobe using plasterboard and a steel framing system which will look like it's always been there.

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House renovation

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Tools

Jonathan Hembree

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Quilt Table / Sewing Table - Part 1 of 2

Dan Chandler

This is a sewing table I built. It is 4 feet by 6 feet five inches and is 30 inches high. The top and the shelves and the ironing board are made from 3/4 inch oak ...

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How To Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets - Kitchen Makeover for $200

Paint Kitchen Cabinets - White cabinets We gave our cabinets a makeover for $225.00 and we LOVE IT! Next is Countertops. If you have any suggestions let us ...

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Carpentry

Mike Brown

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Interesting

paul mosher

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Project ideas

Michael McDowell

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MISC 16

TheCuddaKing

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Electrical Wiring: Electrical circuits wiring tutorial

This Electrical wiring video by http://www.bin95.com shows how to modify an existing motor circuit's electrical wiring using a motor control diagram.

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A NEW WOOD

Darryl Nash

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Trabajo

Luis Fernández

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178 - How to Make a Sitting Bench Step Stool (Part 3 of 3)

t's time for everyone's favorite topic: finishing! I plan on using polyurethane to finish my Sitting Bench Step Stool, and this time, I'm not going to use an expensive ...

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Woodworking

phil 123

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How to Paint MDF Edges - Explained in under 2 minutes! GHTL#24 [138]

Probably the most common question I get asked on here is how to paint MDF edges or MDF end grain as it commonly gets called. What's the secret?