Our laundry room is small in size, and our builder only left us a 8 foot wall behind our washer and dryer for shelving. When we first moved in I added 4 wire framed shelves – it gave us something to store detergent, hangars, towels, etc. It served it’s purpose, but we needed to add […]
After installing the patio in the backyard, I wanted to carry that same design to the front. We have a narrow driveway and cannot park side-by-side – best solution is to extend the driveway width with pre-cast patio stones. I was adding 4 feet. Using Illustrator, I mocked up a design. Just like the patio […]
I purchased an older Evinrude 2hp boat motor (model E2RCNE), and I wanted an easy way to store and service it – the obvious solution is to build a motor stand/dolly. I started off with a ‘movers dolly’ from Princess Auto – it was made of hardwood and on sale for $14. This gave me […]
I spent a few weeks (back in Spring 2013) going back and forth on a decision to install a deck or a patio in our backyard. I ultimately decided on a patio because it would last longer and have less maintenance – however it would be far more labour intensive. Using Adobe Illustrator, I mocked […]
This is what happens when you use cheap drywall anchors – they will spin in the drywall and create a gaping hole. To solve this, TOGGLER makes an anchor kit specifically for hollow areas – you can purchase this at most hardware stores. In my case, the hole in the drywall was so big that […]
If you have an older fence, you can revitalize it for minimal cost with a few pressure treated boards and outdoor stain. At the back of our property we had an older fence – it looked like it was about 10 years old. It was weathered nicely, but it didn’t match our decor. I purchased […]
I’m fortunate that Rustoleum produces paints in the colour scheme I want. Carbon mist, and Champagne mist. I plan on painting the Fiero for about $500. Before you start hating this, do a google search on “paint your car with rustoleum”.
I have been Photoshopping a few mock-ups of the paint scheme I’d like for the Fiero. I’m going to retain the gold colour, but add a satin black to the mix.
Installing this spoiler was pretty straight forward. The instructions were written on it – measurements were made on the deck-lid and a silver sharpie was used to mark the points for drilling. Once everything was lined up, the deck-lid was sanded down to the gel-coat and epoxy was used to secure the spoiler. Heaters were […]
Just a couple of pics so I can post on other forums.