Monday, February 19, 2018

Photo: Fixing the Shower Knob

Our shower knob in the master bathroom was broken but it still workable, you just had to be careful or it would fall off and land in the tub. It was pretty darn annoying, but when I got around to it, when it came to looking on how to replace it, it seemed like I could fix it. All it seemed like you had to do was pop off the plastic cosmetic cap and make sure it had a proper screw. I found a broken and corroded one (thus why it wasn't working) so I got a new one and it worked. I like projects that can be done in five minutes and are extremely inexpensive. 

11 comments:

  1. Yes, these simple fixes you can do yourself are the best.

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  2. Someday I bet you and Daisy will buy your own home and you are going to be great at fixing the little things! Hugs-Diana

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  3. It's great when the projects are quick and easy!

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  4. That's my kind of project too. It seems that faucet handles have a habit of coming loose.

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  5. you are becoming really handy about the house Adam!

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  6. You are doing well, gradually getting things done in your home.

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  7. Good job doing it yourself. If you would have called out a repairman, you probably would have spent a nice chunk of change for them to do it.

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  8. These little projects are so satisfying.

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  9. I live in an apartment and thus can call on maintenance to do all that stuff, but if I can easily fix it myself, it's great ( and I don't have to worry about strangers in the apartment.)

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