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      Make Your House A Home: One DIY Tip at A Time

      Make Your House A Home: One DIY Tip at A Time

      Remodeling your home is exciting, it’s nerve-wracking, and it’s a sure-fire way to get the neighbors complaining about your handsaw at 9am on a Saturday. Here are our top three basic DIY tips:

      Cover Everything – Including Yourself

      When you’re painting, crafting, or sanding, you need to protect the things that matter in your home – even you! Use water- and paint-proof covers for furniture, and high-quality coveralls for your clothes and skin. You’ll definitely thank us later.

      Take One Step at A Time

      We know how excited we get when we start a new project. You have a million and one things to get done, and you want to do it all at once. But instead of working on several tasks simultaneously and potentially burning out, rather focus on one task at a time.

      You Don’t Always HAVE to Do It Yourself

      If you’re realizing that upgrading your home’s lighting is a job better suited to a professional, then reach out to a service provider or professional near you. Better yet, ask them to walk you through the process.

      Make DIY feel OMG with Kolossus Workwear!

      Start Living the Wood Life: 3 Woodworking Tips for Beginners

      Start Living the Wood Life: 3 Woodworking Tips for Beginners

      Woodworking is a skill as old as time, but we’re constantly finding new, useful tips to make it easier. If you’re new to woodworking, then check out our top three tips for beginners:

      #1. Measure Like A Master

      Triple checking every inch before you get started will not only save you the heartache of scrapping an unsuccessful project, but it’ll also save you hours of effort that you could be spending admiring your work instead.

      #2. Dress the Part

      Coveralls aren’t just for pro-carpenters. Whether you’re whittling, carving, or turning, you need a way to protect your clothes (and yourself) from nasty scrapes and stains. The best way to do that? Getting your first pair of Kolossus overalls.

      #3. Cut the Clutter

      Woodworking might seem a bit chaotic when you’re still a little green in the craft, but that doesn’t mean you should leave your workspace in the same state. Make sure that all of your tools, wood, and equipment are packed away neatly when not in use.

       

      Want to look like the woodworking professional you’ll soon become? Check out here our durable and stylish coveralls, and you’re well on your way.

      FYI, DIYers... Painting Tips and Tricks When You’re Doing it Yourself

      FYI, DIYers... Painting Tips and Tricks When You’re Doing it Yourself

      If you love DIY jobs as much as we do, you’re likely familiar with the basics of painting preparation like laying down drop cloths, stirring paint thoroughly, and using painter’s tape. But there are some other lesser-known DIY painting tips that could help streamline your projects and save your sanity (and clean-up afterwards). Here are our top #3.

      #1: Use a Golf Ball

      Did you know that golf balls help preserve paint quality? Drop a few into your paint to fill air space. You could even put some plastic wrap beneath the lid, tightly seal, and store upside down.

      #2: Heat it Up

      Painter’s tape peeling? Pop the roll in the microwave and heat for 10 seconds. Hey, it works.

      #3: Get a Paint Pen

      Load a paint pen with small amounts of new paint color which you can use for touch-ups later on. Paint pens keep paint fresh for up to a year, but shake well before use for smooth application.

      No matter the DIY project at hand, comfort is key. Click here to check out the Kolossus coverall which 100s of DIYers just like you never start a project without.

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