DIYer


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DIYer

(Do It Yourself-ER) Someone who makes, services or fixes things that are normally done by professionals in that particular field.
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Glidden paint is for DIYers who value learning and take pride in doing, said Dave Marecic, marketing manager for the Glidden paint brand of PPG.
The DIYers find the demonstrations really educational because they aren't familiar with the latest technology and new aspects of the tools," Toth says.
The stackable Dado Pro is suitable for woodworkers, DIYers and contractors who do not want to spend a lot buying an 8-in.
With Fuze*It All Surface adhesive, contractors and DIYers alike can rely on one product to handle nearly every job, no matter what materials they are using," said Mark Hembree, PPG senior marketing manager, adhesives and sealants, architectural coatings.
With Fuze It All Surface adhesive, contractors and DIYers alike can rely on one product to handle nearly every job, no matter what materials they are using, said Mark Hembree, PPG senior marketing manager, adhesives and sealants, architectural coatings.
Now, after 240 years, you'll still find Ames shovels anywhere DIYers dig.
Instead, the retailer used the downturn as a time to invest in a new business model built around attracting DIYers along with the contractors and tradesman who were already familiar with the operation.
HELP is at hand for DIYers in Birmingham with the aunch of B&Q's You Can Do It Centre at the rdington store.
Replacing worktops can transform the look of your kitchen, but shouldn't be undertaken by inexperienced DIYers