The rule of "measure twice, cut once" always comes in handy, especially when divvying up a birthday cake, dissecting an inchworm, or trimming a wig fashioned out of measuring tape. Revel in the art of precision with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of home-improvement supplies at Mike’s Hardware.
Mike’s Hardware's second-generation home-improvement gurus have been helping handymen plumb, paint, and re-wire for nearly thirty years. A veritable toolbox for home improvers, Mike’s extensive product list includes hardware classics, such as locks and fasteners, as well as more obscure items, such as hard-to-find faucet parts and the mystical drill press of Arabia. Embrace odd jobs with the 6-in-1 Enderes screwdriver ($4.79) and buck up blunt blades with the [AccuSharp] (http://www.accusharp.com/) knife and tool sharpener ($9.99). Yard fanatics and ex-entomologists seeking revenge can take up arms with Kill-A-Bug concentrate ($14.95/8 oz.), and garden guardians can whack encroaching weeds and giant-enraging beanstalks with trimmer line ($2.39/40' roll). In addition to heaps of tools and household supplies, Mike’s carries bagged goods including sand, gravel, and concrete, which may come in handy for setting backyard basketball poles or encasing mobster shoes for posterity.
Mike’s power-tool-wielding staff brings decades of do-it-yourself know-how to room revamping, yard tweaking, and residence renovating. One of the first businesses in the Gentilly area to reopen after Hurricane Katrina, Mike’s declares its commitment to helping the community rebuild. Stop in for personalized service and an honest appraisal of your space-station-themed kitchen.