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Top 100 Removing Projects

  1. 61. Removing a Tree (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for removing a tree.

  2. 62. Safely Removing a Wall Mirror (01:14)

    Here's the safest way to remove a wall-mounted mirror in one piece.

  3. 63. Removing a Whirlpool Tub (00:00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on removing a whirlpool tub.

  4. 64. Mega Den With Mega Impact (00:03:41)

    Removing a wall and changing the flow has mega impact on this family room.

  5. 65. How to Remove Wallpaper Using Solvents or Steam

    Removing wallpaper can be difficult and time-consuming. Learn the tips and tricks to using liquid solvents and commercial steamers. Bot...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 66. How to Remove a Large Stump (00:01:00)

    Dean and Derek share expert tips on removing large tree stumps.

  7. 67. Double-Height Dining Room (00:02:51)

    Bronson creates a stunning double-height room by removing the second floor.

  8. 68. Tree Removal (02:24)

    Tom Gerlach gives advice on safely removing a tree from your yard.

  9. 69. How to Replace a Bathtub

    DIY Network explains everything you need to know about removing and replacing a bathtub with photos and instructions.

  10. 70. Step 2: Remove Doors/Hardware (00:53)

    Here's how to remove cabinet doors, drawers and hardware before painting.

  11. 71. Tools For Removing Paint

    Removing old paint isn't a lot of fun, but a few paint removeal tools can make the task easier.

  12. 72. Removing Sod (01:00)

    These sod tips can take a landscape from desperate to best on the block.

  13. 73. DIY House Mold Removal Tips (00:01:00)

    Our DIY tips for dealing with house mold create a safer, healthier home.

  14. 74. Stripping Paint From Furniture (02:44)

    Removing paint from wooden furniture is easy with these great tips.

  15. 75. Tips on Replacing a Sagging Pipe Under the Floor

    DIY Network offers tips on how to -- properly and safely -- replace a sagging pipe under the floor.

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