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Getting a broken key out of a lock and other DIY annoyances

Video ‘how to’ guides that you might find helpful…

Image: broken key lock via Shutterstock

REMEMBER THE PICKLE that Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams found himself in a few months ago, involving a missing housekey, a drainpipe and a broken window?

We all got to read about it because he accidentally tweeted about his troubles, instead of texting for help.

But we can all relate, right? The overflowing toilet, the broken key in a lock – the little annoyances that mess up your whole day (and sometimes your house).

So when we saw this bunch of newly-posted DIY tip videos from AA Ireland, we thought of Adams.

(And no, this isn’t a sponsored post – we just thought they were useful.)

What other little DIY annoyances do you wish you could fix?

via TheAAIreland/Youtube

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