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Top 100 Safety Projects

  1. 31. Gas Lawn Equipment Safety (02:01)

    Be safe when using gas-powered lawn tools, and get your yard looking great.

  2. 32. Restoring Original Wood Doors (00:02:35)

    Nicole has an original exterior paneled door restored and rehung in place.

  3. 33. Cutting Down Trees in Brooklyn (05:01)

    Hiring a professional to cut down trees in Brooklyn is worth every penny.

  4. 34. Garage-Door Safety

    DIY Network suggests various tools to make your garage door more safe.

  5. 35. Zap-A-Bug (01:20)

    This low-voltage, battery-powered flyswatter zaps bugs in midair.

  6. 36. The Right Gloves

    In any gardening project, it's important to have the right type of gloves to ensure that your hands will be adequately protected. DIY N...

  7. 37. Electrical Safety (03:20)

    Too many tools plugged into an extension cord: dangerous or just hype?

  8. 38. Kitchen and Bath Brought Back (00:03:22)

    John and his crew bring a kitchen and bath back from the brink of disaster.

  9. 39. How to Install Hurricane Panels

    The best possible option for protecting against a hurricane is to install hurricane panels. Use these step-by-step instructions to inst...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  10. 40. Bathroom Safety (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics for bathroom safety.

  11. 41. Paint a Room Full Project (11:23)

    Amy Matthews demonstrates how to paint a room with professional results.

  12. 42. Visual Signals (05:30)

    A Shipshape Boating guide to visual emergency flares and colored flags.

  13. 43. Demo Tips (00:30)

    Want to cut some costs on your home renovation? Do the demo yourself.

  14. 44. Stock Feeder Table Saw Tips

    DIY Tools and Techniques shares tips for adding a stock feeder to a table saw.

  15. 45. Poison Ivy (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on poison ivy.

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