These days, we are all short on time. It’s important to always have the right items to be able to fix things quickly.
(PRWEB) November 28, 2012
With the holiday season approaching, time will be short for everyone. That's why Re-String It.com, CWA’s award-winning product’s website, is listing a guide to the top must-have domestic items to help people make quick and easy fixes at home. When things begin to break and falter, here is a guide to the household items to have on hand that will solve the problem:
- Versatile screws: In every home, there’s always that screw that always seems to come undone. Keeping different types of screws that can handle any kind of surface can make it easier to fix when the time comes.
- Appliance touch-up paint: A single chip or scratch can ruin the look of an entire appliance. Keep this on hand to make sure this never happens.
- Cleaning solvents: These cleaners can remove almost anything. From gum, to tar & stickers, to grease – the list goes on. Have a couple in the cupboard to use when something icky appears. The acidity of a lemon can also help remove anything with a sticky texture to it.
Inventor of the Re-String It, Chad Archibeck, knows the stresses of glitches that occur in the home. “These days, we are all short on time. It’s important to always have the right items to be able to fix things quickly. At CWA Enterprises, one of our main goals is to help make families’ lives easier.”
Re-String It is available for purchase on their website and on Amazon.com. For the products listed in above, one can visit their local hardware stores. Anyone with additional at-home fixe it ideas is welcome to post it on the Re-String It Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/restringit?ref=ts&fref=ts .
About Re-String It
Re-String It is a product of CWA Enterprises, which was created to bring the perfect must-have domestic tool to market. Re-String It is a heavy duty, versatile re-stringer that is easy to use and won’t damage clothing. The rounded edge on the adjustable loop enables use on delicate materials. Visit http://www.re-stringit.com for more information.