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How to Prep Garage Walls

Host Fuad Reveiz dresses up ordinary garage walls to look more like a place for a chopper to be stored using diamond plate.

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Top 36 Outlets Projects

  1. 1. Cut Perfect Holes With a Python Cutter

    DIY Network experts demonstrate how to use a cool tool that might make you want to toss away your keyhole saw.

  2. 2. Creating a Chalkboard (02:15)

    Give your family an outlet for chalk creativity with a board on a wall.

  3. 3. Bathroom Safety (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics for bathroom safety.

  4. 4. Electricity in the Workshop

    DIY experts offer tips on workshop electricity.

  5. 5. Switchplate & Outlet Covers (00:48)

    Coordinate switchplates and electrical outlets to any color you want.

  6. 6. Updating Wall Plates

    This DIY Basic will provide tips on how to update switch and wall plate covers.

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  7. 7. Drywall: Measuring and Cutting (03:13)

    Tips for accurately measuring and cutting drywall panels

  8. 8. Insulation Tips and Tricks

    The experts at the DIY Network share their hints for insulating windows, outlets and more.

  9. 9. How to Replace an Outlet

    These step-by-step instructions demonstrate how to easily replace an electrical outlet.

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    $1 - $50
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    Moderate
  10. 10. How to Identify Wiring

    DIY Network experts offer tips on how to identify the wiring in your house.

  11. 11. Creating a Safe Kitchen (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for creating a safe kitchen.

  12. 12. Vika Twofold (00:52)

    The Vika Twofold is both a portable scaffold and a workbench.

  13. 13. How to Cut and Grout Kitchen Tile for Electrical Receptors

    Host Paul Wilson shows how to cut kitchen tile for electrical receptors and gives grouting tips.

  14. 14. Duracell Powerpack 600 (01:12)

    This portable 600-watt powerpack can run power tools and small appliances.

  15. 15. Bosch Brute (01:07)

    This jackhammer plugs into a standard outlet and is easy for anyone to use.

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