How to Use a Bucket to Store Extension Cords
Long extension cords can quickly become a tangled mess. Ron offers a way to keep them organized and easy to use.
Take a five gallon bucket and drill an inch and a quarter or inch and a half hole on the side.
Pass the plug end through the hole and feed the rest of the cord into the bucket. Now when it's time to do the job, just pull the cord out as much as you need.
When you're finished just lay it back in, pick up the bucket and walk away.
Keep your strawberries safe from pests with our DIY strawberry cage netting solution. Learn how to create sturdy frames and find the best netting for your strawberry plants.
Tired of boring light switch covers? Upgrade your home decor with this simple guide on replacing light switch plates and make a statement in every room.
Learn how to create a stunning patterned concrete patio with our easy-to-follow instructions for stenciling. Upgrade your outdoor space in no time.