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January
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Wasted Corner Made Useful (Plans for transforming unused space to a decorative storage wall like the one on the cover - all done with hardboard, molding and fiberboard); Don't Suffer - Use A Portable Electric Circular Saw (Save time and muscle by sawing electrically and get instant accuracy without long practice); Drain And Change Your Car's Oil (Invest a dollar for a single tool and be many dollars ahead by changing your own car's oil - the basics are all spelled out here); Two Easy Ways To Put Up Ceiling Tile (Follow these simple steps for stapling tiles to furring strips or laying oversize sections in the grid of a suspended ceiling); Glorify Those Ugly Basement Stairs (Plans for enclosing open basement stairs to enhance the appearance of a recreation room); Is Your Snowblower Ready To Go? (Follow these simple maintenance steps for your snowblower and be ready to clear the first snowfall without startup problems); Hanners: Which Kind Is Right For You (Selecting the right hammer can be a baffling experience so here we tell which one is best for a given job) Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered - Making More Closet Space; How To Burglarproof Hinges; Building A Built-In Wardrobe; A Remedy For Sagging Ceilings; Obtaining Hardware For A Hall Tree; Method For Removing Brick Veneer; Restoring The Finish On A Table; How To Build Formica Counter Tops; Replacing Rotted Window Sills; Mending A Hole In A Porcelain Sink Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems - Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include: Brick-Look Wall Panel; Automatic Garage Door Opener; Ultra Fine Grit Sandpaper Pack; Vinyl Foam Insulating Tape; Pocket-Sized Aerosol Lubricator; Automatic Nail Driver Editors' Tests - Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for the home garden and workshop. Feature this month are: Wet-Dry Vacuum Cleaner - picks up fluids as well as dust in cellar or workspace; 7 1/2-Inch Portable Circular Saw - has lots of power for handling rough work; Belt-Disc Sander - marvelously simple, inexpensive and easy to operate Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions - Here you'll find questions and answers on house plants, vegetables and fruits, annuals and perennials. Some solutions this month include: How To Grow A Rosary Vine Indoors; Rooting Cuttings In Cat Litter; Best Direction For Vegetable Rows; Matching Strawberries With Sawdust; Growing Hollyhocks From Seed; Choice Of The Best Blue Perennials Departments - Booklets You Should Know About; What It's Called And Where To Buy It; Complete Home Maintenance Index
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February
Special Report From The Editors - How To Survive The Energy Crisis. In this special 8-page feature you will find out how to conserve fuel and prevent possible disasters. Among the items covered are: Storm Windows Pay Heat Dividends; Where And How To Insulate; Calking To Prevent Heat Loss; Various Ways To Weatherstrip; 10 Valuable Heat Saving Pointers; Heating System Maintenance Tips; How To Select Supplementary Heaters; Practical Ways To Save Electricity; How To Survive A Furnace Shutdown; Getting The Most Heat From A Fireplace; How To Conquer Condensation In Your Home (Prevent rust, rot and mildew by eliminating or preventing moisture in the attic, between walls and in closets. All you need to know will be found on these pages); How To Cope With Clogged Drains (This first-in-a-series feature on plumbing will help the homeowner make his own repairs and save money. Covered this month are the various ways to unclog both sinks and toilets and how to replace a "J" bend when necessary); Change Spark Plugs Yourself And Save Money (With only a few inexpensive tools, you can do this job over a weekend by following these simple step by step instructions); Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered (Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of those included this month are: Covering for an archway; Building an oil drum stove; Source of wrought iron doors; Making a folding easel; Installing an upstairs washer; Plans for barrel chairs) Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems (Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include: Versatile Sanding Wheels; Garden Tractor Attachments; Epoxy Waterproofing Kit; Vinyl Absestos Floor Tile; Cordless Soldering Iron; Do-It-Yourself Airplane; Safety Goggles; Soil Test Kit); Editor's Tests (Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for the home, garden and workshop. Features this month are: Miter Box - A well constructed box that gives perfectly accurate cuts and satisfying miters; Saber Rasps - Round and flat styles for filing and smoothing both soft and hard woods; Nail Driver - An easy-to-operate tool that shoots fine nails into wood so they are almost invisible); Tips You Should Know About (A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include: Stop paint bristle curl; Cleaning old brushes; Handy small parts caddy; Non-drip paint cans; Making concrete steps; magnetic tack pickup) Departments - Booklets You Should Know About (Literature from manufacturers in pamphlet or leafelet form of certain interest to do-it-yourselfers); What It's Called And Where To Buy It (Buyer's guide of companies who make or sell the products mentioned in our feature articles); Complete Home Maintenance Index (Ready reference to 9 previous issues)
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March
Home Maintenance And Improvement - New Tile Floor In Less Than A Day (With today's improved adhesives you can quickly lay a vinyl asbestos floor like the one on the cover by following the steps given here); Improving Ypur Gasoline Mileage (Our experts provide tips to help you get more miles per gallon of gasoline - an important consideration with today's shortage); Free Heat From A Fireplace Saves Fuel (A do-it-yourself project that utilizes wood for fuel during the day and results in a saving of more than half the oil formally burned); Out Damn Spot (A quick reference chart that will tell you what to use in order to safely remove stains on carpets, various kinds of tile, marble, and hardwood floors); Rejuvenate Old Windows In 4 Easy Steps (When old wooden window sash rattles or gets drafty or sticky, you can make it behave like new by installing metal channels - here you see how); Repairing Ceramic Tile Is Easy (Directions are given for removing old tiles, selecting the proper adhesive, putting tiles back, and the proper grout to use to finish the job); Toilet Tank Repairs You Can Do (Save expensive repair bills by keeping this parts replacement guide handy for the day when your toilet whistles or the water won't syop running) Ask Handyman - Your questions Answered - Here are time, money, and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of these included this month are: Love Seat Construction; Insulation Problem; Tambour Doors; Best Flooring For A Kitchen; Winter Season Roof Problems; Reclaiming A Soaked Cedar Chest Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems - Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include: Rugged Paneling; Economy Tractor; Handy Tool Set; Oil Check Kit; Woodworking Plans; Lock For Doors Editors' Tests - Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for the home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are: Electric Chain Saw - an almost effortless tool for trimming trees and cutting fireplace logs; Hand Impact Driver - a simple tool that helps to turn a frozen screw or nut; Outdoor Vacuum Cleaner - a quick way to pick up debris and grass clippings Tips You Should Know About - A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include: Ladder Balance; Brush Soaker; Paint Mixer; Alcohol Lamp; Closet Shelf; Book Holder Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions - Here you'll find questions and answers on house plants, vegetables and fruits, annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs. Some solutions this month include: Earthworms In A Terrarium; Hanging Plants With Fishline; Growing Popcorn; Early Start For Gazanias; Pruning Fruit Trees; Pear Tree Pollination Departments - Booklets You Should Know About; What It's Called And Where To Buy It; Complete Home Maintenance Index
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April
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Make Your Own Pass-Through (Do the project shown on the cover and you can easily serve guests without carrying everything back and forth to the kitchen); Coping With The Energy Crisis (Practical and useful ideas contributed by our readers on how to save electricity and fuel); Easy Furniture Repairs (By following these few simple techniques you will easily become proficient in fixing shaky tables and loose rungs on chairs and tables); Repair Your Car's Ball Joints And Save Up To $100 (With a new low cost kit it's possible to test joints for excess wear and do a simple repair job by injecting a special plastic); For Extra Space Try Bifold Closet Doors (Gain easy accessibility in a closet and save room space by installing bifold doors - the step-by-step procedure is shown here); Stop Those Floor Squeaks (There's no need to tolerate annoying floor squeaks - just apply rubber-based panel adhesive to joists and underside of the floor - the work is easy, materials cheap); Is There A Plant In Your Life? (The editors invite readers to write about their emotional, spiritual effects plants have had on their lives. The best entries will be published in book form and winners will receive a complimentary copy of the book); How To Cut Your Own Flagstone Designs (By using a special tungsten carbide blade it's amazingly easy to cut slate flagstones into any shape if you follow these instructions) Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered - Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of those included this month are: Replacing An Old Roof; Chimney Cleaner; Fish Smoker; Edging For Table; Toilet Ballcock; Pattern For Lectern Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems - Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured inside: Multi-Purpose Tool; Double-Stick Adhesives; Lightweight Chain Saw; Resurfacing Compound; Metric Screwdrivers; Texture Paint Brush Editors' Test - Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for the home and workshop. Featured this month are: Electric Screwdriver - For use on almost all types and sizes of screws; Tungsten Carbide Rod Saw - Cuts glass, plastic, brick, stainless steel, marble, etc. Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions - Here you'll find questions and answers on house plants, vegetables, fruits, annuals and perennials. Some solutions this month include: Failing Terrarium; Cleome Reversion; Late Strawberries; Dividing Astilbe Tips You Should Know About - A wide range of ideas sent in by our readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs, indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include: Making A Straight Line; Windproof Metal Awnings; Plasterboard Elevator; Handy Tracing Box Departments - Booklets You Should Know About; What Its Called And Where To Buy It; Complete Home Maintenance Index
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June
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Garage Storage Space You Never Knew You Had (Anyone with a double garage can put the easy-to-build cabinets shown on the cover between the cars and greatly increase storage space); Coping With The Energy Crisis (Practical and useful ideas contributed by our readers on how to save electricity and fuel); Aw, Hang It All, It's Easy (Just follow the step-by-step procedure outlined here and you will get wallpaper up on the wall in a professional manner and enjoy doing it); Flushing And Filling Your Cooling System (Prevent your car from boiling over in summer, freezing in winter, by refilling now with the correct mixture of anti-freeze and water); Sanding Your Floors Like A Pro (How to make the best use of rental drum and disc sanding machines when preparing your hardwood floors for refinishing); Get Your Garden Ready For Summer (By planning and planting now you will have time to sit back and enjoy your garden later); Super Color TV Set (In this editors' test feature you'll learn about all the unique features that abound in this superb set you put together from a kit); Rusted, Busted And Immovable (Useful tips on the most effective methods of removing damaged or frozen bolts, nuts or screws); Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered (Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of these included this month are:) Slanting A Concrete Patio, Dowel Pointers, Thermometer Problems, Replacing Radiators, Attic Vents, Plans For Bookcases; Editors' Tests (Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Features this month are:) Power Block Plane, Compressor Spray Gun, High Speed Moto-Tool; Tips You Should Know About (A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include:) Plant Carrier, Six-Pack Seed Tray, Hedge Trimmer Holder, Lawn Mower Tip, Avoiding Glass Breakage, Fixing Rinser Spray Hose; Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions (Here you'll find questions and answers on house plants, vegetables and fruits, annuals,perennials, trees and shrubs. Some solutions this month include:) Distance For Tomato Plants, Soil pH For Vegetables, Fragrant Annuals, Shrubs For Shade, Requirements For Pinks, Houseplants Outdoors Departments - Booklets You Should Know About (Literature from manufacturers in pamphlet or leaflet form of certain interest to do-it-yourselfers); What It's Called And Where To Buy It (Buyer's guide of companies who make or sell the products mentioned in our feature articles); Complete Home Maintenance Index (Ready reference to 9 previous issues)
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August
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Closet-Bunk Combination Saves Space (Compact and good-looking, this project is quite easy to build, provides ample storage area, and is very convenient to use); Decorative Brick Planters Are Easy To Make (You don't need to be a mason to build these attractive outdoor furnishings for your home and your garden); Mid-Summer Garden Care (How to keep your lawn, flowers and vegetables at their best during the hot and sometimes dry months of mid- and late summer); Summer Lawnmower Checkup (A day spent cleaning, tightening and adjusting makes an enormus difference in the efficiency of your mower and helps prevent major repairs); Turbine Roof Fans Save Energy And Keep Your House Cool (Wind-driven coolers require no electricity and relieve your air conditioner of its heavy summer load); The Great Tile Stick Up (Self-sticking and made especially for the do-it-youselfer, these ceramic tiles are marvrlously easy to apply, with no messy cleanup afterwards); Make Your Own "Cut Stones" For Wall Decoration (It sounds impossible, but this homeowner tells how to do it at one-tenth of contractor estimates by using ordinary plaster and rubber molds) Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered - Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of these included this month are: Dropped Ceiling; Replacing Leaded Glass; Sliding Drapery Panels; Making Puzzles Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems - Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include: Tomato Plant Food; Knife Sharpener; Pocket Metric Converter; Parquet Flooring; Versatile Air Compressor; Asphalt Roofing Shingles Editors' Tests - Evaluation tests by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are: Two Electric Mowers - One rear bagger with rigid grasscatcher, the other with twin blades; High Speed Sander - Light duty and doesn't leave any swirl marks Tips You Should Know About - A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include: Barrelbolt Improvement; Save The Glass; Rubber Swings Are Safe; Miniature Greenhouse; Improving Redwood Posts; Caulking Tube Stopper Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions - Here you'll find questions and answers on lawns, fruits, summer bulbs, perennials, annuals, and trees and shrubs. Solutions this month include: New Lawns In Fall; Clinch Bugs; Small Bulbs On Lillies; Rhododendrons That Haven't Flowered; Unisexual Vines; Portulaca Blooms Close Early Departments - Booklets You Should Know About; What Its Called And Where To Buy It; Complete Home Maintenance Index
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September
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Build Shelves And Cabinets Around A Window - (Add a bright window shade and you have a project that's good looking and provides lots of storage space); September Is Lawn Time (Now is the best time of year to fertilize and reseed your grass); Battle Plan For Conquering A Wet Basement (Part 1: The simple cures); Plastic Bricks Are Great For Floors (Durable as well as decurative, they are easy to apply and ideal for entryways, kitchens, foyers and family rooms); Easy Porch Steps (You can make a simple set for your home from stock lumber using ordinary hand or power tools as this do-it-yourselfer demonstrates); The Router: A One-Tool Shop-Almost (Perhaps the most versatile of portable electric tools, it enables the home handyman, who learns to use it properly, to achieve professional looking results) Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered - Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of those included this month are: Refrigerator Gasket; Aluminum Siding; Cellar Seepage; Cutting Glass; Workbench Vise; Spiral Stairway Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems - Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide-range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include: Indoor Plant Pruner; Mini-Vise; Plastic Shutters; Masonry Drill Bit; Low-Cost Power Tools; 3-In-1 Mower Editor's Tests - Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are: Multiple Use Tool - This multivator has many uses around the home and garden; Portable Saw Horses - Made of sturdy steel and very compact; High-Speed Sander - Handy and lightweight and leaves no swirl marks; Moto-Tool Kit - Long famous, this compact tool now has variable speeds Tips You Should Know About - A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include: Paint Cah In A Bucket; End Corrosion; 2 Helpful Car Tips; Handy-Sturdy Bench; Installing Switches; Driving Screws Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions - Here you'll find questions on house plants, spring and summer bulbs, perennials, annuals, fruits, and trees and shrubs. Solutions this month include: Healthy Lemon Trees; Wintering Bouganvilleas; Late-Blooming Mums; Moss On Soil Bed; Tomato Stem Cracks; Planting Hickory Nuts Departments - Booklets You Should Know About; Book Reviews; What Its Called And Where To Buy It; Complete Home Maintenance Index
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October
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Use Cedar Shingles To Beautify An Interior Wall (Specially prepared 4-foot shingle strips provide unusual textured surface for accent walls - and installation is easy); Installing Pre-Grouted Ceramic Tile Is Easy (This packaged bathtub surround kit is made especially for installation by the do-it-yourselfer); Are Your Things Oil Right? (Proper lubrication of your household tools and machinery is quick and easy and will save you a big repair bill); Plant Bulbs In The Fall For Spring Flowers (With only a little bit of digging now daffodils, hyacinths, tulips and smaller bulbs will bloom in a riot of colors and fragrance next year); Problem: Wet Basement - Part 2 (A survey of the main causes and what you can do about them); Emergency Cut-Off Valves - Where Are Yours? (How to locate and identify the different valves that shut off gas or water lines in your house); Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered (Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help out all around the house. Some of those included this month are:) Attic Ventilation, Bar Addition, Re-Roofing, Cold Floors, Aluminum Wiring, Laying Bathroom Tiles Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems (Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured are:) Power Bit Screw, Carpet Tiles, Cable & Chain Oil, Decorative Brick, "Add On" Insulation, Compost Shredder; Editors Tests (Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are:) New Type Paint Brush, Two-Speed Saber Saw, Anti-Rust Liquid; Tips You Should Know About (A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful in anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include:) Cleaning Hints, Basement Insulation, Sliding Furniture, Handy Magnet, Saw Tricks, Charcoal Starter; Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions (Here you'll find questions on house plants, spring and summer bulbs, perennials, annuals, fruits and trees and shrubs. Solutions this month include:) Transplanting Lilies, Sweet Potatoes All Year, Indoor Lemons, Window Greenhouses, Climbing Roses, Protecting Pansies Departments - Booklets You Should Know About (Literature from manufacturers in pamphlet or leaflet form of certain interest to do-it-yourselfers); What It's Called And Where To Buy It (Buyer's guide to companies who make or sell the products mentioned in our featured articles); Complete Home Maintenance Repairs (Ready reference to the 9 previous issues)
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November
Home Maintenance And Improvement - Service Bar Deluxe Room-Within-A-Room (Give your rec room a focal point that will also provide years of enjoyment); Get Your Snowthrower Ready For Winter (Now is the time to prepare your machine so that it will perform at optimum efficiency); Choosing The Right Wrench For The Job (These inexpensive tools can make many of your home improvement, repair and maintenance jobs around the house much easier), Putting The Garden To Bed For The Winter (Spending a little time in the garden now can save you a lot of time in the spring); Replace Your Own Dishwasher (This new kit saves you up to $50 on installation charges and you can do the job in one evening); Install Your Own Bath Unit (This beautiful tub and wall panel surround is durable, lightweight and very easy to set up); Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered (Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help you all around the house. Some of these included this month are:) Flashing Problem, Drainage From A/C, Drywell, Bunk Beds, Wiring Under Concrete, Rising Floor; Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems (Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of new and interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include:) Air Machine, Ecomony Humidifier, Clock Kits, Water Conditioner, Roll-Up Awnings, Paneling; Editor's Tests (Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are: Spindle Shaper Kit - inexpensive, easy-to-use and with a wide variety of shapes and a 180 Watt Stereo Receiver Kit - easily built, superior stereo receiver); Tips You Should Know About (A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month are:) Gas Cap Lock. Grass Under Leader, Fireplace Shield, Finger Protection, Repair For Noisy Washer, Electrical Extension Cords Departments - What It's Called And Where To Use It (Buyer's guide of companies who make or sell the products mentioned in our featured articles); Complete Home Maintenance Index (Ready reference to the 9 previous issues)
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December
Home Maintenance And Improvement - You, Too, Can Build This Professional-Looking Bookcase Unit (This do-it-yourselfer tells how to make it using only simple tools); How Good Is The Lock On Your Doors? (Burglars can easily get into most homes because the average homeowner can't tell a privacy lock from a security lock); Tackling Tub Maladies (How to repair bath tub faucets, drain valves and diverters - and save money by keeping the plumber away); A Report In The Products In The Recent National Hardware Show (Some new and some not so new products from the hardware industry that are of special interest to the home handyman); Installing A New Ceiling Lamp Without Suffering (Follow these simple rules and you will soon have a new fixture to brighten the room); Keeping Your Tools Sharp (Scissors, knives, axes, chain saws and chisels will all work better if properly sharpened - here's how); You Can Reupholster Your Own Chairs (A do-it-yourselfer tells you what you need and shows how easy it is to do); A Propane Torch Is A Very Handy Household Item (Knowing the many uses of a torch can save you many large home repair bills); Ask Handyman - Your Questions Answered (Here are time, money and effort saving ideas to help all around the house. Some of these included this month are:) Boat Protection, Large Windows, Attic Tile, Vertical Blinds Feature Columns - New Products For Old Problems (Our regular column of pictures and paragraphs on a wide range of interesting items for the handyman. Some products featured include:) Snow Throwers, Heritage Chiming Clocks, Saber Saw Blades, Sharpening Stone: Editor's Tests (Evaluation reports by our editors who test new tools and products for home, garden and workshop. Featured this month are:) 7-In-1 Hole Saw, High Speed Finishing Sander, 3/8" Drill; Tips You Should Know About (A wide range of ideas sent in by readers that should prove useful to anyone tackling decorating, repair and building jobs indoors and outdoors. Some of the tips covered this month include:) Electric Foot Control, Grill As A Smoker, Rooftop Platform, Allen Wrench Tip; Answers To Most Asked Garden Questions (Here you'll find questions on house plants, trees and shrubs, fruits and vegetables. Solutions this month include:) Freezing Peaches, Golden Chain Tree, Too Much Sun, Window Greenhouses Departments - Booklets You Should Know About (Literature from manufacturers in pamphlet or leaflet form of interest to do-it-yourselfers); What It's Called And Where To Buy It (Buyer's guide to companies who make or sell the products mentioned in our featured articles); Complete Home Maintenance Index (Ready reference to the 9 previous issues)
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