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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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|Types of bricks3|
We explain the differences between extruded, pressed and special finish bricks.
|How to drill into metal3|
Use special techniques for drilling into different types of metal, whether it’s a pipe, stainless steel balustrade or metal fence.
|Choose the right spanner or wrench3|
Know the differences between various spanners and wrenches so you pick the right one for for the job.
|5 handy tool tips3|
Make your next DIY project a little easier with these helpful tool tips.
|Guide to Sandpaper and Abrasives2|
Sandpaper, which is now referred to as abrasive, comes with all sorts of backings, adhesives, minerals and anti-loading features.
|Types of Nails2|
Learn about different types of nails
Organise your garden shed
|How to Hammer Nails2|
Nails are the backbone to home building jobs and should be used for the purpose intended to maintain structural integrity.
|How to Cut Circles into Tiles2|
Most bathrooms require at least one hole in tiles for a floor or shower waste outlet
|How to use a pin hammer2|
A pin hammer is easier to handle when driving small panel pins, tacks, upholstery nails and glazing sprigs (used to hold glass panes in wooden window frames).
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