Tools & Workshop
Belt sanders are the heavyweights of the sanding family, designed for fast removal of a large amount of material.Read More..
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Avoid hazardous kickback injuries by learning the basics of a good grip
|Basic workshop skills6|
Download the instructions to brush up on six simple techniques every DIYer needs to make furniture
|How to sharpen tools6|
A blunt tool is less effective, and more dangerous, than a sharp one. It’s more likely to slip during use and cause injury or damage. Keeping chisels and plane blades sharp is easy. Always store sharp tools safely.
|Angle Grinders Made Easy5|
Simply change the wheel of this versatile tool for all-round home maintenance
On a purely functional level, Caulk is nearly foolproof
|Maintain the Mower5|
Keep the lawnmower ticking over with a DIY service
|10 Tools for DIYers5|
Expert handyman Jake Tyson says every homeowner should have these on hand
|Fixes and tips for outdoor power tools5|
Fixes and tips for leaf blowers, chippers, shredders, chain saws and line trimmers.
|How to make a rail housing5|
Housings are grooves cut across the grain that fit around three sides of a beam and can be made with a series of close relief cuts. Rail posts for a deck can require a housing joint to fit a joist.
|Hammers & Mallets4|
Hammers are the most frequently used tools of all. So why are there so many bent nails, dented pieces of timber and bruised thumbs around? Selecting the right hammer is all-important!
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