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Top 100 Repairing Projects

  1. 61. Replacing an Old Showerhead (01:26)

    Nathan Haun shows you the tricks to changing out a showerhead.

  2. 62. How to Repair a Wooden Countertop

    Learn how to repair and remove stains from a wood countertop.

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  3. 63. Repairing a Leaky Faucet (02:32)

    A leaky faucet may need to be replaced, but a repair is more likely.

  4. 64. Installing a Pocket Replacement Window

    This DIY Download will provide tips on installing a pocket replacement window.

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  5. 65. Replacing Wiper Blades (01:00)

    Keep your wipers in good working order for maximum visibility and safety.

  6. 66. Waxy Build-Up (00:20:02)

    A new tenant has taken up residence leaving behind a massive waxy build-up.

  7. 67. Concrete Repair (01:10)

    Paul Ryan gives tips on repairing concrete.

  8. 68. Repairing a Burn Hole (00:00:23)

    Here is a great tip for fixing burn holes in upholstery fabric.

  9. 69. Duct Tape Tricks (03:35)

    Don't drive off without a roll of duct tape in your car. Here's why.

  10. 70. How to Repair a Hardwood Floor (01:00)

    One-minute version of how to repair a hardwood floor.

  11. 71. Preventing Bathroom Moisture (01:41)

    Keep your bathroom dry and problem-free with a vent fan.

  12. 72. How to Patch Damaged Drywall

    To simulate years of major neglect and severe damage, we invited the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls to have a derby match in the Disaster H...

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  13. 73. Top 10 Roofing Tips

    DIY Network counts down the top 10 tips for safely repairing a leaking roof.

  14. 74. How to Replace a Window Frame

    Use these step-by-step instructions to easily install a replacement window.

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  15. 75. How to Fix a Doorjamb (00:00:60)

    Tony Siragusa shares quick tips on how to fix a doorjamb.

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