Let me start with this – I do hate new Malm’s drawer chests. 3, 4 or even 6 drawers, doesn’t matter.
From top to bottom. Quality is terrible, some metal parts been switched to plastic one, unnecessary heavy MDF inserts, new designs are… Bad. Just bad.
In other hand we do have lots of old style MALM’s. And we love them. In my opinion this series was one of the IKEA’s best ever made. Continue reading “Fixing old IKEA Malm saggy drawers. For free.”→
Seems like your worst nightmare comes true – a giant Gordian knot of cables. Unfortunately you are not Alexander the Great and can not sliced it in half with a stroke of your sword. That is to say, you could, yet will it settle the issue? Doubt it…
Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against cables or wires! But no matter if it is your power tool or extension cord or 50 foot network cable you keeping “just in a case…” seems like there is only one solution – organize it. Continue reading “Rules 101. Gordian knot of cables.”→
Rule number one – “If you use it, clean it”.
Tools should be free of any dust, dirt, paint, rust – and so on. Particularly while you are on tight budget and purchasing new tool in light of the fact that “old” one missed TLC is not an option.
It doesn’t take long to keep it that way. I am still using Klein Tools screwdrivers I’ve got as a present almost 20 years ago.
No indication of rust. Continue reading “Rules 101. If you use it, clean it.”→
My funny valentine…
What could be better time to having fun, particularly when we have Valentine’s in few days. Flowers, candies, candles. Well it all great, however sort of cliche, wouldn’t you say? Continue reading “My Funny Valentine”→