Every Ikea manual I’ve ever used had some level of frustration to it, not to mention they somehow manage to cram in 47 different languages onto one sheet of paper. But I do have to give those things some credit, you really don’t know how much you need them until you don’t have them.
They’re super easy to use, and once you’ve set something up, you feel like you’ll never need to use it again. But what happens if you move and have to reassemble it? Or you bought the product used and the manual didn’t come with it?
Well thankfully there is a website called ManualsLib that will help you out. They are basically a giant library of digital copies of instruction manuals. They currently have over 4 million manuals from over 87,000 different brands in their database. And the best part is that all of the manuals are 100% free to download and use.
Simply search for the exact manual you’re looking for, or by brand, or by description, and then either print off the manual, or save it under your account for later reference. You can either read manual online or download it to your computer.
It’s really that simple. A must-have website in your bookmark bar.