For many people today, popcorn ceiling is no longer cool. It went out of style years ago and people who are still living in a house with popcorn or cottage ceilings are having a hard time trying to get rid of it. It’s either you change the whole structure of your ceiling or go through that rough DIY idea that may cause further destruction to your place and your appliances.
Houses with this type of ceiling are the ones built in the 60’s and 70’s. Those were the times when they were really popular. The fad even brought the popularity up until the early 80’s.
The reason why it became unpopular with the new generation of construction is because of its formulations, which include white asbestos. In 1978, the US Clean Air Act was approved and it was the beginning of the end for the once popular popcorn ceiling.
If you are one of those folks who want to get rid of your old ugly ceiling, but don’t really want to spend a whole lot of money to hire a professional to do it, you may want to try this whole new idea from Aaron Rollins.
You’ve got to be careful though, it’s quite messy and if you don’t do it right, you might find yourself in a much messier situation. Trust me, you don’t want that to happen.
Check out Rollins’ video and see how he does it. Make sure you have all the right tools to do the job yourself.
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When You See How Easy it is to Open a Padlock Using 2 Wrenches, You’ll Be Worried
If you think your belongings are safe with padlocks, think again…
When we want to secure our belongings, we place it in a box, cabinet or locker and place a padlock on it.
Most of us think that a padlock is enough to protect our valuables from being stolen but this is not the case, our padlocks can be destroyed easily in just a few seconds.
The best way to protect your valuables is to place it inside a fireproof vault or keep it in a safe box with many different types of locks then hide it somewhere nobody could access or if you will go outside let’s say you will go to the gym; do not bring very important documents, gadgets, huge amount of money or jewelries so that even if your lock gets smashed, nothing important will be taken from you.
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Know the Reasons Why We Should Never Throw Away Silica Gel Bags
Ever wonder what a silica gel is and how it can help you?
Maybe everyone has already encountered a silica gel. Have you ever wondered about its use?
This is a tiny pack that can be seen inside a shoe box or gadgets after purchasing it from a store.
Not everyone knows what that bag is for. It is often times discarded right away perhaps because of the package warning "do not eat" or "choking hazard".
For those who do not know the importance of these packs, watch the video and take note of its important uses....
These 12 Simple Stroller Hacks Will Make Your Life Easier
This will totally change the life of every parent.
Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs in the world, but the wonderful feeling of seeing your child grow up in your very eyes is incomparable. It is certainly rewarding to see your kids succeed in life, which could only mean that you have done your job as a parent.
But before we get to that stage of parenthood, there will be that time when you decide to take a short walk at the nearest park with your kid in a stroller. A stroller is a perfect tool to bring when you are with your little angel outside. It makes your short travel easier and comfortable. However, there are going to be some common issues you will encounter since bringing along a diaper bag and all other things in your three-block stroll is just a handful.
Some of the things you need to improvise your stroller might just be sitting in your basement or garage for years.
It is about time every parent with a stroller-aged kid considers a DIY improvement to their stroller to make it more efficient. A short clip from “What’s Up Moms” shows you 12 stroller hacks you can do in your home. You never would have thought these things can be used to maximize the usage of your kid’s stroller....