I keep running into projects that suggest using one and I'm thinking of buying a small inexpensive one.
I'm wanting a small table saw for craft projects. There are so many to choose from that I'm having a hard time. What qualities/details and even blade size should I lo... See more
I am trying to find a solution to cut BLINDS and 3 shades and OTHER than a TABLE Saw (solution provided). Is there a HAND HELD SAW that provides a FINE cut I can u... See more
Any ideas on how to reduce the distance between steps on a 3 step platform ladder.
I would like to purchase a power nailer. One where I don’t need a compressor. I’d like to spend less than $100 and I’d like it to accommodate small nails for li... See more
I have a "Hi-Spec Cordless 3.6V Screwdriver & 102 Piece Insert Bit Set" - butI can't seem to find information on what the heck all of these drill bits are used for.(I... See more
What can i do with the dremel i got for christmas?
I have a Craftsman 3/8 inch 19.2 volt cordless drill model #973.113400. This battery # is 1301341 and is no longer being made. I have looked on the internet and am n... See more
I'm redoing a steamer trunk from the 20 or early 30's. In one of the drawers was this item and it was original, designed to hook onto inside back of a drawer for sto... See more
I am slowly building my tool collection.What is your favorite and most trusted brand of tools, most used piece of equipment, dual use tools and is there anything that... See more
I am being faced with the tasks of home repairs by myself. An older woman. I'm so afraid of using power tools! I need to saw boards... there are several power saws h... See more
So after 25 years of marriage, my ex decides he no longer wants to be married and I have had to move back to Calif start all over again at age 60. With only so much ... See more
My case to carry my older leatherman finally wore out and the replacement is too big ( they don't make the smaller ones anymore ) I have put paper and other smaller t... See more
We had cabinets installed without hardware. Now we want handles and knobs but will need to put them on ourselves.
I want to do a build using pallets, what is the best way to break down pallets and a good beginner project to get used to working with the materials?