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You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part II)

You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part II)

Not like knives, you usually won’t find the sort of steel hatchets are made from listed. However, if you’re spending over $55, that’s really something you should look for. A harder steel like D2 is good for a heavy use hatchet. You don’t want the pliancy of lower-carbon steel in a stiff, huge hatchet head. And it’s a tool, not a cabinet king, so it doesn’t necessitate stainless. Any surface rust that is there will wear off with usage. You…

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You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part I)

You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part I)

You know the drill. A young person is in the woods with nothing but a little hand axe and figures out how to survive. A hatchet is one of the most versatile tools you can carry with you in the outdoors. Below is how you can use one and still have your toes and fingers intact. Why a hatchet? Different jobs need different jobs. A huge axe will chop wood more effectively, however a huge axe is also huge and heavy….

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Ways to Sharpen a Hatchet

Ways to Sharpen a Hatchet

A hatchet is a top wood-cutting tool. It links the accuracy of a one-handed tool with the power and heft of an axe, making it quite helpful for craftsmen who want to split or harvest their own wood. Like any other bladed hand tool, hatchets should remain sharp to provide their finest performance. Having a blunt hatchet requires more energy in getting the same result, undermining several of the hatchet’s key elements, escalating the wear and tear of the hatchet,…

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The Benefits of Owning a Multi-Tool

The Benefits of Owning a Multi-Tool

What is a Multi Tool? To make sure you make the correct choice when buying a multi tool, it is vital to first know what precisely a multi tool is. It is a tool that has several various instruments, like a knife file, pliers, or bottle opener to be used for professional or personal use. Usually, a multi tool is small, compact, and can fit into your purse, waistband, or pocket with a sheath. Multi tools are one-handed apparatuses which…

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Creating Your Own DIY Toolkit

Creating Your Own DIY Toolkit

Every residence should have an all-inclusive toolkit, but you don’t need to buy a huge kit all at once. It is best to pick up tools as you need and they are affordable. As a general rule, it’s best to spend money on well-made items that will last longer. The Toolbox Strength and sufficient room are the most critical factors to ponder when selecting a toolbox. Most toolboxes have numerous compartments that aid in keeping tools organized. The compartmentalized Some…

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Tools Every Woman Should Own

Tools Every Woman Should Own

Regardless if you’re beginning to perform DIY projects or you’re a real handywoman around the house, here’s the tools all women should own. Tape Measure You’ll want to keep one of these around for numerous projects, like measuring walls for painting projects, sizes for wood cuts, or hanging pictures. Make sure to buy a long metal one, at least 25ft. Plier Set Good tool to take out stripped screws, but it can also help with any type of pulling, stripping…

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Hand & Foot Safety

Hand & Foot Safety

Hand and feet injuries are very common when it comes to working with tools. This can include cuts, strained muscles and tendons, damaged nerves, and burns. Injuries can impact the quality of work, your productivity – and even end careers. Your hands especially are vulnerable to injury. Protecting your hands means choosing and using the right hand tools and gloves for each job that you do. You need to select the right size handle, as well as look for cushioned…

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Pressure Washing Tips

Pressure Washing Tips

Pressure washing your house or driveway are easy ways to clean up things. You can bring new life to tired and dirty siding, or brighten up your driveway and sidewalks from dirt and grime. Pressure washing your house every year or so will keep your siding clean. If you have sides of your house that do not see a lot of sun, you may have a buildup of mold and mildew as well. This is unsightly and can be a…

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Hand Tools

Hand Tools

A hand tool is a machine for doing a particular job that doesn’t need a motor, but is powered only by the person using it. Some common tools include the hammer and mallet; for specific tools, calipers. Some hand tools are mounted on walls such as pencil sharpeners. They are a big help when you cannot use electricity and when you do not want to drag a power cord around. The long and short of it is that every handyman…

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