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Authors Julie Sussman and Stephanie Glakas-Tenet mix goofy "Your fridge is running? Better catch it!" jokes with a very matter-of-fact tone that assumes from the start you're woman enough for the job. Sections are arranged by general category (electricity, plumbing, etc.), and every entry is accompanied by clear illustrations of items and processes. For women who live alone or are starting up a business, this is a serious money-saving guide; for those of us with roommates, there's no quicker way to impress than to whip out your toolbox and get down to business. --Jill Lightner
Fun, easy to follow and great for the timid!
Between the two books I think I could pretty well fix anything at all if I had the tools... I could open a business ....grat to have around..
There's also a "Dare to Repair" book about auto maintenance, and I'm going to buy it because the home repair guide is so good.
This was the perfect gift for a not-so-handy-brand-new-homeowner. It appeals to the Rosie Rivitor in all of us. Thank you.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia L. Nielsen
Know a young woman going off to college on her own? Or getting an apartment of her own? This handy book is a must have and will be used to fix just about anything.Published 2 months ago by MOlibrary
Not as useful as I'd hoped, but ok if you've never used a screwdriver before. No help at all if you want to learn rivetting.Published 3 months ago by Barbara Heinrichs
I grew up in a household where my father was the handyman. Now that I just bought my own house, I've been needing/wanting to learn how to do everything myself. Read morePublished 5 months ago by nicole campagna
I have not used this book yet so don't know how helpful it will be. I am single so am hoping I can use this book for a guide.Published 5 months ago by susanna troyer
I am a first-time home buyer; I'm also a single mother. Without a man in the house I knew I would either have to learn how to manage the house myself or spend big bucks on some of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anonymous
I'm in the process of renovating a home and needed real information, not a cheerleader. Are most women really so anxious about the simplest home repair? Read morePublished 7 months ago by Leigh A. Smith
We will be teaching a class at church about repaires women can do around the house ( If they knew how).
This book has great lessons and ideas.
A great addition to any woman's home library of DIY books. This has become so popular, I may be gifting them next Christmas.Published 9 months ago by Gillgang