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How to Paint Bare Metal Car

Epoxy vs. Self-Etching Primer for Painting Bare Metal

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Visit any automotive forum and you can’t help but stumble upon a long running debate on which direct to metal product is better, etch primer or epoxy primer. You will…

How to Repair a Cracked Bumper

Repair Cracks and Tears on your Bumper Cover for Less Than your Deductible

| Bodywork | 3 Comments

Although they can’t compare to the beauty and shine of the chrome bumpers that adorned cars up until the late 80s, plastic bumper covers are actually good for us DIYers….

How to Paint Brake Calipers

Get Sexy Peek-a-Boo Calipers with a Paint Pedicure

| Brakes, Paint | One Comment

Nothing ruins the look of a sharp new set of wheels like dirty, corroded calipers lurking from behind the spokes. While in the past calipers often functioned in obscurity behind…

Prevent License Plate Sticker Theft

Avoid Registration Sticker Theft with a Few Slices

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License plate registration stickers aren’t cheap, especially in some states, which makes them a hot commodity to certain opportunistic individuals who’d rather steal them instead and drive around on your…

Home-Cooked

Wrenchably delicious garage and workshop projects to satisfy even the most discerning gearhead.

Use Bread Tabs As Tape Starters

Use a Bread Tab to Hold Your Spot on a Roll of Tape

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Don’t throw out those bread tabs when the last slice is gone, they make great little helpers around the workshop. The next time you use a roll of tape, stick…

How to Make a Special Bottle Fence

Add Style and Privacy to your Carport with Bottle Fence Sides

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Carports are relatively inexpensive and convenient home add-ons that give your outdoor-parked car a bit of protection from the elements. But your basic open air ports don’t offer much privacy…

Prevent Bent Prongs with Nails

Prevent Bent Prongs with a Nail Harness

| Tips | One Comment

Have you ever been working outside or in another room with an electric tool and pulled the plug out of the wall, around the corner? Do this a few times…

Hardware Bins Made from Muffin Tins

Handy Pull-Out Hardware Bins with Muffin Tins

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It’s easy for your workbench to get cluttered with miscellaneous bits like nails, screws, electrical connectors and fasteners but these inexpensive pull-out muffin trays are the perfect solution to keeping…

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