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A cloud of gasoline fumes filled the garage. Some rusty machine had to be leaking. But which one? Andy deploys the scientific method and wishful thinking to find out.
Beckman Mill in Beloit has been using water power to grind up grain since the 1860s. But sometimes, there's just not enough water to run the mill. That's where the park's beastly antique engine comes in.
For a little sweat, a couple hours of work and $100 in supplies, a backyard fire pit like this one could be yours.
ProjectLab: Make a floorplan with your iPhone, no measuring required
“RoomScan” draws floor plans all by itself, just by touching your walls with your iPhone. Just don't expect the app to replace your tape measure.
ProjectLab: Kitchen faucet installation goes swimmingly, in a good way
DIYer Nick Crow expected his kitchen faucet replacement project to be a disaster. But things turned out to be much easier than expected.
ProjectLab: How to install a new cord on an old fluorescent lamp
DIYer Andrew Reuter saves an old fluorescent light from the scrap heap by replacing its power cord.
Projectlab: Midnight carpet removal yields wood-floor wonders
Instead of going out to the bars one Saturday night, Nick Crow and his fiancee decided to tear up their old carpet. The fruits of their labor were more than worth the trade, Nick writes.
ProjectLab: Paint, family, friends brighten up this kitchen on the cheap
A little paint and a lot of assistance from family and friends helped one couple spruce up their kitchen for cheap, Andrew Reuter writes.
Spray foam can be just the ticket for fixing drafty house holes, DIY columnist Nick Crow writes. But if you try it, don't skip the gloves.
This DIY utility dolly lets you get heavy items such as riding lawnmowers up off the ground for easier storage in your garage, ProjectLab columnist Andrew Reuter writes.
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