There are many tips for camouflaging sealant. One easy way is to use a clear sealant. A clear sealant can be exceptional for those wanting to create a sleek, refined look that will seamlessly blend in but do not want the trouble of matching colors.
For many DIYers and Pros, using spackling has become a prevalent practice in the last few years. Common uses for products like Onetime® Lightweight Spackling are typically for filling holes, dents, or cracks in drywall, but this product has many innovative uses. Below are some of our favorite “off-the-wall” uses for spackling. We hope this review will be some creative inspiration for you the next time you use Onetime® Lightweight Spackling.
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After the first blog of off-the-wall spackling ideas, there were still so many other creative uses that we did not have room to share. We hope this follow up will be an inspiration for you the next time you use OneTime® Lightweight Spackling.
Summer is a great time to invest in your home and get Fall ready! To prepare for cooler weather, it is important to check a few key areas around your home to make sure that it is properly sealed. Below are some of our favorite home projects that help you to increase your home’s energy efficiency and reduce water damage without taking a lot of time. These projects help to seal in the savings and can easily be done over the weekend.
The Red Devil® YouTube page is full of great information for builders and DIYers. Below are the top 4 things you will discover on the Red Devil® RD inc. YouTube page.
Saving time and money are essential so we've compiled our favorite tips to help you with your next home improvement project.
Red Devil, Inc. is a company with a rich and interesting history. Below are a few fun facts from our past.
Ways to Prevent Indoor Allergens
One way to improve the indoor air quality and to prevent allergens from becoming a problem is to be intentional about carrying any in with you. If you are serious about lessening allergens then consider these tips:
HVAC inspections give you a snapshot of how your home’s heating and cooling systems are functioning. Having standard inspections done can help you to prepare and save up for any repairs that may be coming down the road and proactively address any part replacements. Most professionals recommend having both your heating and cooling systems inspected annually.