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Learn how to hang wallpaper around a wall socket like a pro !

pro decorator how to trim wallpaper around a socket or light switch nice and neat

how to wallpaper around a light or wall socket first turn off the power supply, loosen the screws just enough to allow the wallpaper to tuck behind the socket body, apply a small amount of paste around the socket areaas you will be lifting the paper away to trim, hang the paper over the socket loosley and locate the four corners and mark accurately with a pencil then pierce a hole with your pencil between the four marks, carefully cut to the very edge of your pencil mark then pop the socket through the opening you have created use a plastic vinyl smoother to press the paper flush to the edges of the socket then mark the sides with a pencil a few millimetres onto the socket body trim the four pieces of paper off allowing enough paper over to tuck neatly behind the socket body but without too much paper going into the void, smooth flat the area around the socket with your hanging brush ensuring no air bubbles are present, use a seam roller to flatten together the joints and then screw back the socket securely but not too tight as the paper is still wet, remove all paste residue from the socket with a dry cloth or sponge and you are done.
metromannuk100 : I've done around a light switch and plug using this method, perfect result and quick too. Great video!
Regina Mapp : wow, now this is SIMPLY awesome. thanks a bunch
Kathy Whitaker : I always cover the socket/switch with masking tape,it saves getting paste in the holes! Also I would never use a pencil to draw around the switch but back of scissors! You never know if you’ve gone to far onto the paper and it could be a costly mistake.
absalom1955 : Still the best decorating craftsman on YouTube.
This coming from a man with 30 years experience.
Love your videos.
Andy Brown : So many comments on how to do it better or quicker but I’m sure none of them have posted their own videos. Perfectly helpful video to help those who want to have a go , well done .

Best rounded nut and stud remover? Let's find out! Snap-on, Irwin, Gearwrench, Rocketsocket & more

Best rounded nut, rounded bolt, and stud removers? Let's find out! Rounded nut removers tested: Snap-on, Irwin, Mophorn Nut splitter, Gearwrench, Rocketsocket, TENG tools nut splitter, Luckyway, Amartison, Vector Tools Nut Splitter, Go2 Socket and Effecteer Universal Socket. Best rounded bolt extractors: DeWill, ARES, Powerbuilt, Lisle, Gearwrench, and ABN.

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Amartison: https://amzn.to/2YlDmqZ
Vector Tools Nut Splitter: https://amzn.to/31gvZTE
Go2 Socket: https://amzn.to/3l3r548
Effecteer Universal Socket: https://amzn.to/3l1fdQb

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This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Project Farm LLC
Project Farm : Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order): Rounded Nut Removers:
Snap-on: https://shop.snapon.com/product/Hex-Head-Fastener-Extractors/13-pc-Hex-Bolt-Extractor-Set/BEX13A
Irwin: https://amzn.to/3aTC77z
Mophorn Nut splitter: https://amzn.to/2E8Xx4k
Gearwrench: https://amzn.to/3lagzIz
Rocketsocket: https://amzn.to/3l4z6pm
TENG tools nut splitter: https://amzn.to/2Qh6dIh
Luckyway: https://amzn.to/2YiEcEC
Amartison: https://amzn.to/2YlDmqZ
Vector Tools Nut Splitter: https://amzn.to/31gvZTE
Go2 Socket: https://amzn.to/3l3r548
Effecteer Universal Socket: https://amzn.to/3l1fdQb
4acre Home : I bet this whole channel is just a ploy to get his wife to let him buy shop gadgets
Aaro Forsman : The effort this guy puts into his videos is crazy. Mad respect
Dave Larsen : Hey Project Farm, I'm constantly impressed at the lengths you are willing to go to in testing these products! Love your videos!
BigD : I appreciate what you do man! It shows everyone the right equipment, tools, etc. Thank you.

How to Cut and Tile around Electrial Sockets and Light Switches - Tile Mountain

Tile Mountain's resident expert, Craig Philips shares his top tips to cutting tiles around light switches and sockets. Here, whilst tiling a kitchen wall splashback with electrical outlets, he shows you how to use a tile saw to create perfect cuts without breaking your wall tiles for a professional finish.

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Craig Phillips started his working life as an apprentice bricklayer, and after several years of studying went on to set up his own successful construction company. In 2000, his life took a dramatic change when he won Britain’s first ever reality TV show, Big Brother. Craig put his new found fame to use, and went on to combine his knowledge of construction and media savvy to forge a brilliant career as one of the UK’s leading DIY and home improvement experts.

With his vast knowledge, we thought he’d be the perfect person to help create our series of ‘How To’ videos that are designed to answer the most frequently asked questions that we receive about tiles and tiling.

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Ranjit Singh : Thank you very much you're exclent.
vonalina cake : Ah, hello Craig. it's been a while. This is such an excellent and clear demo. I hope i can cut as neatly as you when I come to do the job.
Jason Burnett : This only shows how to cut the tile. When you get the tile in place, the outlet or switch is 1/4 - 3/8" further back than the surface of the tile. This means you can't attach a faceplate and the entire thing is recessed. You should show how to adjust the depth of the switch or outlet to accommodate the new 1/4-3/8 tile thickness in order to put a plate on it.
TheBorselva : Fantastic video, thanks
1Chalkywhite : Thankyou been a great help

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