Tirecrafting, a how to recycle tires for beautiful, economic, environmentally friendly ways!
Used tires are so common and durable that they are a global environmental and discard problem. They can be useful as a construction and crafting material, but they must be modified. With that in mind, Paul Farber developed a tire cutting jigsaw blade that cuts tires fast, easily and accurately. Turning tires inside out was more of a challenge. He and his wife Joan have refined techniques for inverting them with minimum effort and without the aid of tools, whether they are mounted on rims or not. This includes inverting the more readily available, but previously very difficult to turn steel belted radials. This technique eluded them for years.
Deborah and her family joined the Tirecrafting family 5 years ago when a friend recommended the Tirecrafting book. Since that time she has built a reputation in her community as The Tire Lady. They are now continuing the legacy of Tirecrafting and Super Productive gardening. There is no end to the ideas that come from good old recycling.
Tirecrafting broadens your alternative choices. You can have better products at a fraction of the cost, subsidize your income with minimum investment, enhance the quality and increase the variety of your garden produce, reduce curb-side garbage and improve topsoil. From the many testimonials we receive, we know this to be true and we love sharing this information with you!
Deborah and her family joined the Tirecrafting family 5 years ago and has come to be known as The Tire Lady. They are continuing the legacy of Tirecrafting and Super Productive gardening with no end to the ideas that come from good old recycling.