If it breaks, is old or worn, I will try and fix it…

Generally, broken stuff can end up being thrown out, (when there is not a lot wrong with it). It can end up being too expensive to take to a repair shop, or to call someone in. I hate chucking things out, it’s such a waste, it costs you money, it’s not green and destroys the planet. So, here below is info on some of the things I have fixed over the years.

Plus… There is more info on tools, vehicles, restoring things, as well as things I’ve learned, and building new stuff! I hope it’s of use.

House

Fixing stuff that makes up the fabric of the house and garden…

Stuff

Fixing stuff that’s not house related, objects, tools, etc…

Vehicles

All things vehicle related…

Info

Say no more…

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