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Tackle these home DIY projects with the Ryobi One+ range

If you’ve got some spare time on your hands, why not make the most of it and complete a few DIY projects around the house?

The Ryobi One+ cordless range has a few handy tools on offer to make things a little easier, too.

Replace sealant

Sealant in bathrooms and kitchens can discolour or get mouldy over time. Replace it regularly to keep it fresh and avoid any leaks.

Replace yours using a caulking gun, like the battery-operated version from Ryobi. Use the adjustment lever to control the flow of the sealant, and the manual push rod allows for fast reloading. The switch lock helps to prevent the tool being switched on accidentally, helping to save battery power too.

Decorating

Unfortunately, Ryobi haven’t created a battery powered roller to do all of the hard work when it comes to painting (…yet).

They have produced a pretty powerful battery-operated floor fan though. Perfect for keeping air circulating round the room, it’ll help freshly painted walls dry faster and improve ventilation too.

Put up pictures or shelves

Give your walls a bit of character by hanging your favourite pictures or add in some extra storage by putting up a few shelves.

A cordless drill is perfect for this job, allowing you to work at height without restraint. Add in a mini vacuum cleaner to catch any dust and clean up afterwards, and you’re all set.

There are over 100 tools in the Ryobi One+ range, which can all be powered using the same battery. What’s more, with a Badaptor, you can convert your existing battery for use with the entire Ryobi One+ range.

Convert your DeWalt 18-20V, Makita, Milwaukee or Bosch Professional 18V battery for use with the whole Ryobi One+ range, with no need to purchase an additional battery system.

Order your Badaptor at badaptor.com now.

 

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