TOOL OF THE WEEK: CONCRETE MIXER

Have you ever needed to mix up just a small amount of concrete for a home improvement project? Like when putting in a few fence posts or for keeping the clothes line posts in the ground? Many people mix up the concrete in an old wheelbarrow or bucket that they have lying around. But there […]

TOOL OF THE WEEK: CIRCULAR SAW

A few weeks ago, in the Tool of the Week post, I covered the hole saw as part one of the series Christina’s New Door. This week, in the same series, I‘ll look at the circular saw. When door shopping at Second Use, my brother and I had a hard time finding selecting a door. […]

Best Riding Lawn Mowers of 2019

Tallgrass is a nuisance; it gives the lawn an unappealing look while increasing the population of insects and other potentially harmful animals that can reside in such an environment.It is essential to maintain your garden and mow the yard regularly, this not only gives it appealing and well-maintained look but also clears the garden of […]

TOOL OF THE WEEK: CANNING KIT

Posted on November 25, 2011 by christina Now is the time of year where I really like to dive into canning. In the middle of summer it’s usually too hot to enjoy the process and those jars of jam are done in the early hours of the morning to beat the heat. In the fall it’s a rush […]

TOOL OF THE WEEK: CIDER PRESS

            In West Seattle, there are an abundance of apple and pear trees. And every fall, each tree produces more fresh fruit than one house can consume. Most of the fruit falls to the ground and rots, leaving behind a smelly mess for homeowners to clean up. The West Seattle […]