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ALERT! ** YOU DO NOT NEED TO BUY A NEW NICD DRILL BATTERY **
>> SAVE YOURSELF £55/0 BY BRINGING YOUR BATTERY BACK TO LIFE <<
>> This work on Dewalt Batteries and every other Nicd Make like Makita, Bosch etc <<
I know that you realise just how much a new cordless power tool battery costs, because like me, you’ve probably been replacing them every 2-5 years (normally just after the manufacturer’s warranty expires, how convenient!).
In case you didn’t know that the average price of a replacement battery in the UK is £55 and in the US ! I am a time served joiner who’s been working in the trade for over 10 years now. I reckon on those figures alone I’ve spent £1300 so far on batteries alone, that’s not including the price of replacing my drills.
This is what prompted me to research and write this guide.
When you invest in this guide you will receive:
> A step by step guide on how to bring back to life any NICD battery
- It’s important to note that you can do this with nothing more than what is already in your garage and
a spare fifteen minutes. It will bring back the oldest of batteries and give them a second lease of life.
> A plain English guide written by someone who has tested and uses the process
> Practical advice on how to charge, store and use your battery to gain maximum effect
> An illustrated approach using basic materials that you most probably already have (or can borrow!).
You WON’T Receive:
> A science filled guide that needs a degree to be understood
> A guide to a process so complex that you need more than one person to make it work
> A book that’s going to sit on your shelf after you have used it only once!
You Need This If…
> Your charger indicates your battery if full but it’s not.
> You charge Your battery but it dies quickly or Underperforms.
> Battery has been Stored for Months and not used.
> You’re sick of buying replacements!
> You have old & so called “Dead” Batteries sitting in the garage!
> You think you could earn extra cash fixing people’s batteries (this idea alone makes it worth it… imagine fixing other people’s drill batteries for a £15 fee. Save’s them money!)
What To Expect From This Guide:
> A 98% Success Rate… hey, some are just too far gone.
> No special tools required – you can do this with some stuff from your garage.
> Restore any NiCD Rechargable Battery (for any power tool) in Minutes.
> Work’s on all voltage sizes from 1.2v to 36v.
Don’t just take my word for it; here’s what our customers say:
“I Used the “Easy battery Fix” and was stunned. I work in the automotive industry, so I am used to outrageous claims! But your product lives up to the promise 100%” – Ian Pogson, Newcastle Under Lyme, UK
“I’ve downloaded the “Fix Your Battery” guide and followed the instructions and everything is perfect. All my re-chargeable batteries are as good as new. GREAT DEAL!” – Radu Moraru, Romania
“Hi,I’m a site foreman for a large company which employs many different trades which is why I bought the ‘Easy Fix Battery Guide’.I have now fixed 72 dewalt 18 volt batteries, and 10 24volt; fixed 5 18 volt makita batteries all which were for the bin.I now spend most of my spare time looking on the site for batteries and fixing them!” – Billy, Perth, Australia
“Thought you may be interested in the travels of your guide the ‘Easy battery fix’. I took it over to my place in Spain where I successfully brought 4 batteries back to life. 2 of mine and 2 belonging to friends! Cheers!” – Dave, Glasgow & Nerja, Spain.
List Price: $ 7.00
How to remove paint from wood?
I am trying to remove paint from a wooden porch. I’ve been heating it up with a heat gun and scraping at it but it is rather difficult and my hands aren’t in the best shape. Are there any tricks to getting this done or power tools/attachments for the job?
Suggestion by Tom
lol. assuming its an outside porch. (or you probably wouldnt be removing the paint) ever heard of a pressure washer. they work great.. if you really wanna get down and dirty you could sand blast it. but that would probably take a professional. unless you know what your doing. which i doubt.
Suggestion by Do it right
You can use gel paint remover. Most hardware stores sell it.
It works great, you brush it on real thick, wait 20 minutes, then scrape off the lifted paint.
There’s also an orange-scented version that is milder on the nose.
Suggestion by Alison S
The best way in my opinion to remove paint from wood is by sanding it.
Suggestion by peter
Paint stripper, do not sand blast will make a mess of timber. Paint stripper is the easyiest and quickest option.