Greatest List of Home Improvement Tips

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This is the best list of general home improvement tips we’ve seen in a long time and we’re almost certain that you’ve never seen any of these tips before so please bookmark this page and savor each and every one of these useful tips.
* As they say, the three rules of house-painting are preparation, preparation, and painting.
* Bear in mind that in certain cases, remodeling and refinishing costs can balloon to the point where it might be cheaper just to buy a new trailer.
* Installing a second basement is time-consuming at best.
* A big, hardworking man like the plumber could probably use a backrub to help him relax.
* Do not begin a home-repair project without a bunch of fixy stuff like hammers and whatnot.


* The following are some phrases you will likely need for standard home repair: “Get in there, you cocksucker!”; “Fucking son-of-a-bitch grommet!”; and “Jesus fuck–my forearm is gone!”
* For heavy home-repair work, consider hiring a truckload of Mexicans as day laborers. (Note: Truckloads of Hasidic Jews not as effective as Mexicans.)
* Common household chemicals like drain openers and silicone lubricants can get you totally high. I shit you not.
* For bathroom-remodeling jobs, don’t forget to install a hand-held shower head. It will help your wife masturbate while thinking about that well-muscled repairman who will come to fix all the mistakes you make when you try to do the job yourself.
* One telltale sign that you need to go back to the old drawing board on a home plumbing project is if urine and feces are geysering out of the kitchen sink.
* When remodeling your bathroom, remember: If you plan on having French people over, they’ll need one of those ass-fountains.
Tips courtesy of The Onion.

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Timothy Dahl

Founder/EIC at Charles & Hudson
Timothy’s background includes stints at This Old House, ELLE DECOR, Metropolitan Home and Woman’s Day. His work has been published on Wired Design, Bob Vila, DIY Network, The Family Handyman and Popular Mechanics and he has been featured on the Martha Stewart radio show and as a speaker at the ALT Design Summit, K/BIS and the National Hardware Show.
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