EASY & COST-EFFECTIVE DIY UPGRADES YOU CAN ACTUALLY DO YOURSELF
As Australia reigns in on its spending and bunkers down in the home, make use of the down time with these easy can-do DIY upgrades
With families home and Australia bunkering down into hibernation for the winter, now is the perfect time to add value to your home through upcycling and a little DIY. Cost-effective and actually achievable, put your hand to these four home upgrades you can actually do yourself with nothing more than a little TLC.
Ditch the Drill
No drill? No problem. When it comes to hanging lighter shelves, re-attaching towel rails and toilet roll holders, putting up coat racks and more, using a super strength glue, like Gorilla Super Glue $7.90 per pack of two, or Gorilla Epoxy Glue $15.90 eliminates the need for any screws, nails, plugs or power tools! Strong and durable, simply roughen the back of your project using a sheet of sandpaper to maximise adhesion, then apply a good layer of Gorilla Glue mix. Epoxy products will need to be prepared in advance. Position as required, and clamp, if possible, to achieve maximum strength. Wait 24 hours before bearing weight.
Light Up the Kitchen
Under cabinet lighting gives an automatic lift to your kitchen space, lighting up the area and creating depth. Adding this little upgrade doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. Choose an LED light bar or rope light to suit your needs – they can be battery operated or electrically wired, and range from a simple push button, to motion censored or remote controlled. Cut double-sided Gorilla Tough & Clear Mounting Tape $12.00 to size, apply to the bottom of your lighting and position as needed under your kitchen cabinet. Voila!
For more information, head to https://gorillaglue.com.au/.
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