It never fails, when you’re a homeowner there’s always a home improvement project or repair that needs to be done. Whether it’s designing your small kitchen, fixing the toilet, protecting your electronics, or something major like needing new plumbing, there’s always something to do.
However, planning multiple home improvement projects doesn’t always mean you have to call in a professional for every project you’re considering. Believe it or not, there are quite a few repairs and projects that you can do in your pajamas if you’re so inclined. Keep reading this article to find out which home repairs you can easily do in your gown, pajamas, or whatever nightwear you choose.
Kitchen Repairs or Improvements
When it comes to design ideas for small kitchens, there isn’t much that you can’t do in your pajamas. From installing shelves to installing a rack for your pots and pans and from adding color to the walls to creating art to go into the kitchen, there’s plenty to do. While you can do a ton of kitchen repairs and designs on your own, there are a few things, such as installing electrical outlets or remodeling the entire kitchen, that you might want to get dressed for and then call in the professionals.
Other repairs you can do in your pajamas, robe, and slippers is stop drafts from coming in your doors and windows. You can caulk around your windows and doors, just make sure that you don’t get any caulk on that nice plush robe and slippers that you just got. There are also protective door stoppers that you can put in front of your doors to stop drafts from coming in as well. Make sure that you check the windows and doors to see what is causing the drafts, because in some cases it’s better to replace the doors and windows, depending on their age and the issue that’s causing the drafts to begin with.
Power surges can easily fry any electronic device you have in your home. This includes anything from your computer to your big screen TV and your stove to your smart fridge. Most of these are high-ticket items, so you want to take every precaution when it comes to keeping them from being destroyed during a lightning storm or power surge.
This is another project that you can do in your pajamas with ease. Simply pick up a couple of surge protectors the next time you’re in town, then plug your appliances and electronics into them when you get home. Once that’s done, you can curl up on the couch in your pajamas, and use the computer without fear of gadget overload.
Towel Bar Fix
One of the easiest repairs to do in your pajamas is to fix a loose towel bar. This repair is important to do as soon as possible. If you pull it out of the wall by accident it’s going to make a big mess, and might even bring you down with it as it falls, causing you to be injured. This is one of the easiest repairs on the list, and you can go a step further and fix the toilet paper holders at the same time.
It’s easy to get rid of carpet snags while you’re still wearing your pajamas. You can clip off the snags and loose threads with a pair of scissors or use carpet seam sealer for heavier jobs. Whichever method you choose, your carpet will be saved and you don’t even have to get dressed to do it.
These are just a few of the simple home repairs you can do while still wearing your pajamas. There are quite a few more out there if you know where to look to find them.