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Over the years, we've tweaked and improved our garage Wall Control pegboards. This latest improvement was quick and easy and took care of a couple of issues.
Read on to see this quick fix.
As all pet parents know, it is not unusual for their furry friend to have an accident or two in the house.
Steph had it easy with greyhound #1, Mac, who only ever had one accident in the house, but greyhound #2 is an entirely different story!
Lots of accidents, lots of messes to clean up!
Steph already had a ONEPWR Spotless GO Portable Carpet Cleaner to pick up spills, but has needed to add a few more tools and supplies to deal with Tosh's frequent mishaps!
Over the last few months, Steph has been building miniature rooms from various kits. She is enjoying it so much that she has slowly been adding miniature tools in which to make the builds a little easier.
With all those new tools, she needed an efficient way to organize and store them.
She created a simple three box caddy that is easy to use and move around. Although this is for her miniature supplies, it can be customized for whatever hobby or craft is your passion!
Since making improvements to my garage a few years ago, we've noticed a crack in the ceiling that has grown to stretch from the garage door to the back wall!
Steph decided it was time to investigate why it was happening. She contacted Gary, a good friend of hers that has professional drywall experience to help her troubleshoot the problem.
With Gary's assistance, she was able to determine why the crack was getting worse, stabilized the problem, and then repaired the cracked drywall.
Steph has had a standard roller shade in the office for a long time. It's served well to darken the room and block the sun, but it's always been a bit temperamental.
More than once, it has unexpectedly rolled itself up tight to the ceiling necessitating a stool to get it back down into place!
Or, despite coaxing it to roll back up, it stubbornly refuses to budge! All, first world problems we know, but there had to be a better solution.
Steph had been researching motorized options when she came across an Ikea version. The price was right and the width was almost right so she decided to give it a try.
Follow along as she installs the new shade and reviews what she likes and dislikes.
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