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No matter what type of lawnmower you own, it's important you keep that blade sharp. Otherwise, you risk yanking your lawn instead of slicing it cleanly and healthfully down to size. A sharp blade also keeps your mower running smoothly and shortens the amount of time you spend working on your lawn. The DIY experts at Stack Exchange offer a few tips on keeping your blade sharp, and doing so all by yourself.

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Ever found a beautiful bird dead outside your home? Chances are it smashed into your window and never recovered. For every dead bird you find, just imagine how many were snatched up by a cat or pulled into the brush by some other critter. Worldwide, window collisions kill close to a billion(!) birds every year. Now is as good as ever to make your home bird safe. The DIY experts at Stack Exchange tell you how.

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Drains. Sometimes they stink. We've all been there. If you've tried pouring everything in the house down the drain but the smell remains, the home improvement experts at Stack Exchange might have the answer(s) you're looking for.

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Raising children is a war and in war there's sure to be collateral damage. Case in point: this DIY-daddy's thousand-dollar dining table, which carried the mark of a little devil before it was cleaned off with a nifty household trick. The home improvement experts at Stack Exchange have the answer(s).

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Keeping your knives sharp isn't just convenient; it's safe. Any chef will tell you that dull knives cause accidents. But how to keep your blades sharp without calling in the neighbourhood knife sharpener or taking them into the local butcher (which is a perfectly good place to start, by the way)? The DIY experts at Stack Exchange have your answer(s).

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You don't have to be a professional carpenter to come across stripped screws. In fact, if you're stripping screws, you're probably not a carpenter. Also, you should throw a little back into your screw twists. And if that fails, try these friendly stripped screw removing tips from the DIY experts at Stack Exchange.