There, I fixed it!

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Do you know a person who likes to cut corners? Especially when it comes to fixing stuff around the house for instance. Because they are too proud to order professional help, and because they know they can fix it themselves. Maybe you got a dad, grandfather, or a friend who is always filled with ideas on how to fix stuff. It could be fixing the zink, installing the new washing machine or something else that will make a professional worker drop the jaw.

These homemade fixes can lead to hilarious results where people have tried to be really creative in order to solve their problems. We have collected a bunch of pictures of such fixes, and put it together in a slide show for your amusement. Enjoy!

1. Sure, we got a fire extinguisher. 

Fire extinguisher

2. Let’s hope it holds!

3. Honey, I put up the bird house!

Bird House

4. Wonder what you could use your old books for? Wonder no more. 

Books as wall

5. The old books could also be used to fix the broken zink.  

Zink

6. Those bricks fits perfectly!

Brick wall

7. The new leaning tower of Pisa?

Building foundation

8. Do you need a new couch?

Couch

9. That’s one way to fix a broken car window.

Fixed car window

10. No one will notice. 

Fixed clock

11. It’s safe to fly!

Fixed airplane wing

12. This guy have some creative construction skills.

Fixed bicycle

13. That’s a fancy new shower head!

Shower head

14. You can use duck tape for anything!

15. A hole in the road you say? No problem, I’ll fix that!

Road fixed

16. Greg just installed new seats!

Horse carrige17. Looks solid!

 

Kitchen

18. No need for buying a new lamp for the bathroom!

Bathroom fix

19. A comfortable new seat for the motorcycle!

New motor cycle seat

20. The new door really makes the house stand out!

New door in house

22. Maybe some kids helped creating this?

Pedestrian crossing

23. A little bit of office privacy?

Office decoration

24. That looks rock solid!

Supporting beams

25. Soon in an Ikea near you!

Rocking chair

26. The new shed looks good!

Shed

27. That almost deserves a price for creativity!

Shower curtain fix

28. It’s supposed to be like this, right ?

Terrace

29. That definitely works!

Toilet

30. Once again Lego comes in handy!

Tv-stand

31. Wait a minute. That’s upsidedown, right?

House up-side down

32. No one can spot the difference!

Tape used as wall paint

33. Now we know what we can use our old gloves for!

Glove used as windscreen wiper

34. Washer door won’t stay shut?

Broken washing machine door handle fixed

35. The zink just got fixed. Looks great!

Fixed zink

36. Can I have some privacy, please?

ATM privacy

Photos found on: failblog.cheezburger.com

If you liked these pictures, you should also check out our list of Epic Construction Fails.

There’s more

The internet is filled with these funny pictures and epic ways to fix problems. If you want to see even more, you can check out these YouTube videos. It is videos where a bunch of pictures have been put together in a compilation. Check them out and get a laugh.

This is just some of the examples out there. Being in construction, funny things can happen all the time. At those moments it can be a good idea to have a camera nearby, so you’re able to capture those moments and share them with others. It could even be a good idea in order to promote your company a bit. People like to watch these funny videos and pictures, and it can therefore be a great way of getting people to talk about it.

Find also: Weirdest things found on a construction site

Promoting tools

If you want to know a little bit more about how you can help promote your company with photos/videos like these for instance, we have created a master list of tools that can used for different marketing and sales purposes. For instance good tools to use to create content. You can check it out here: The Master List Of Marketing And Sales Tools.

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