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398 DIY Tips, Tricks & Techniques: Practical Advice for New Home Improvement Enthusiasts
Paperback - English

Imagine having a mentor with 35 years practical experience...

What would you build?

Ian has poured decades of useful observations, taken from his everyday work as a professional builder, carpenter and all-round handy fellow onto these big pages.

This A4 sized, soft cover book is packed full of easy to follow tips, tricks and techniques you can use on your own DIY projects.

Learn how easy it is to see the physical world through 'practical eyes', build up your skills by learning 'just enough' each time to get the job done and constantly gain invaluable experience.

This book aims to inspire, encourage, and motivate you to build up your DIY skills, no matter where you're starting from.

Save money using your own head, hands, and heart to create something wonderful, fix something you treasure, maintain something you want to keep forever or build something just for fun.

Boost your DIY skills with this book today...

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29.69cm x 21.01cm x 0.64cm
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About Author

Anderson, Ian
Ian Anderson left Australia as a lad of 18, intent on fulfilling his dream in Canada-to become a Mountie. He visited the RCMP museum in Regina and found a hero in the history of the force-James Morrow Walsh. With police careers in both Canada and Australia behind him, Ian has retained his interest in RCMP history and is the author of a fiction series called "The Scarlet Riders". "As for Major James Walsh, I feel as though I knew him personally," says Anderson.

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