Category Archives: Home Remodel

5 Ways to make a free portable bidet, reduce use of toilet paper

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What do you do if toilet paper is sold out and using other kinds of paper will clog the pipes? Americans use an average of 23.6 toilet paper rolls per person a year. A bidet could be the best way to reduce that quantity. Today I am going to show you how to make four different DIY portable bidets, using simple materials you already have.

If you are interested in a bidet seat, you can watch my other video on how to install a simple bidet seat, here is the URL:
https://youtu.be/silYA2vWgRM

It is worth noting that an inexpensive bidet seat does not offer a feminine wash, only the high-end unit has front wash feature. So still this video of portable bidet can benefit the needs of female users for front wash if you have a lower-end bidet seat. Anyway, in general there are bidet solutions that are not that expensive. You can recoup the money pretty fast. Plus it is cleaner and better for your skin, brings comfort to people with hemorrhoids, prevents toilet clogs and is better for the environment.

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http://geniusasian.com/5-free-portable-bidet/

Two Story House: Cheapest High Gutter Cleaning Without Ladder

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Recently I discovered I have in fact actually wasted water for nearly three years. I learned that I need to re-adjust the Dual Flush by Danco. The URL for my original installation video is:
simple one story house gutter cleaning

25FT hose at Amazon
This 24ft pole can reach 30ft
50 feet hose plus nozzle
30ft pole

We present the cheapest way to clean your high gutters. We also provide suggestions on how to adapt to the tools you have on hand. We assume you don’t have a water pressure washer, but if you do own one, this video is still applicable. If you don’t have a GoPro camera, you can use a cell phone. If you don’t have a hose, however, you might be out of luck! 🙂

Please subscribe to my channel. We will continue to publish many more videos, those videos that show you the best ways to solve your problem. You can’t get these kind of videos anywhere else.

Please leave comments below if you have a special situation not covered in this video. We want to help prevent injuries caused by falling from ladders, which are an astonishing 500,000 each year! Here is the link: Government Stats

Watch this video to install an app on your cell phone:
Install app
If you want to attach your cell phone to many other places, you can check out this video: attach cell phone anywhere

Of course, if you don’t have a second phone, you can use a laptop in the place of the viewer phone. If you don’t have a laptop, some smart TV allows you to connect your compatible mobile device to the TV. If you don’t any of those, you still have the two options of what I had proposed in my first video:
Use Cameras or one cell phone

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15 Ways To Not Smash Your Fingers With a Hammer

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After comprehensive research on this topic including visiting the Hammer Museum in Alaska, we present you with these 15 tips. We systematically analyzed the processes and the components involved. For the first few tips we have invented, I guarantee you have never seen anything like these before.

Because there are many different sizes of nails, people with different hand-eye coordination capabilities, different hardness of surfaces, different construction environments, some of these tips may be more useful than others. You don’t need to master all of the tricks, you just need to identify your own problems and choose the best one or the cheapest one to suit your own situation.

Of course, if you never use a hammer, and always hire someone else to do your repairs and remodeling, you will never smash your fingers. Short of that (or having someone else hold the nail while you wield the hammer:) ) , the more hammers you use, the greater the likelihood of injury, especially when you are tired. Thus a good practice is to always be alert, have consistent execution, and constantly remind yourself about sound posture and correct process. Good luck to your fingers. Share this video and help cure your fellow DIYer’s pain.

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