Following yesterdays blog about how to lay out tiles, we are continuing the series with this video project which includes a review of the Suretile Tiletracker system which you will find makes your tiling project easy to complete.
Mike Edwards talks you through the process and you can watch the video here.
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DIY Doctor’s Mike Edwards has been busy filming more video projects and product reviews.
One of the most popular DIY projects is how to tile a bathroom, and in this video we go through the fundamental process of how to set out the tiles correctly.
By following this process you will get a professional looking finish every time, it will also make it easier to cut tiles, by ensuring you do not get left with awkward small strips to fit with tiles.
If you are planning a tiling project you might be interested in the products offered by Suretile. In this video review Mike shows how the products work.
Find out more about tiling and other projects in our project pages such as grouting wall and floor tiles.
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Today’s review looks at a Laser level to make finding a line on site a simple process.
In this video Mike uses the Forge Steel Rotary Laser Level to make fitting a picture rail level around the room a simple process. As he says in his review “We found it easy to set up and after testing with previously known levels it was also accurate to 0.5mm per metre as stated.”
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Cuprinol have come up with a power sprayer to make spraying their fence spray paint very easy – if anyone has large expanses of timber to protect this is a great tool to make the job easier.
Equally if you live in a house with a rose garden this would make an industrial grade insect buster – if you like to blast greenfly with soapy water. Obviously don’t use it for both or your roses won’t thank you!
There are a couple of warnings for use from Mike so do watch the video to see what he suggests.
There is more on this product in the full review, and you can click through to purchase the sprayer and the paint from Cuprinol.
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In an earlier post we looked at workboots and now we are moving up to trousers.
Our CEO Mike Edwards can’t claim to be the Gok Wan of the Home Improvement world, but he can say whether it is worthwhile buying specialist workwear. Obviously these items are made from durable materials and often include extra pockets, double stitching and padded knees. Also if you have dedicated work clothes you wont ruin your everyday clothes when you are DIYing.
We can’t promise these trousers won’t give you a builders-bum, but hopefully you are less likely to suffer in these than in your trendy jeans (which seem to include waistbands halfway down your buttocks before you even start wriggling into awkward spaces!).
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