Workshop Tools & Accessories

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DIY Tools Everyone Should Have

A few classic implements will come in handy again and again.

Finding Studs Without a Stud Finder

For mounting heavy objects on a wall, studs are a must.

Time-Saving Tools for Carpentry

Do you have these tools?

8 Ways to Store Tools

Garages, workshops and tool sheds can all get a little messy over time.

How to Use Hardware Cloth Around Your Home

Keep some of this handy material in your workshop for its spontaneous uses.

Table Saw vs Ceramic Tile Cutter

What's the difference?

Maximizing Space in a Small Shop

Make three tables with materials you can fit in your car.

Must-Have Tools for Every Skill Level

Don't know what your toolbox needs? We do.

A Tool Kit for the First-Time Homeowner

Feel empowered by your toolbox.

9 Must-Have Tools Every Renter Needs at Home

Don't wait till it's too late! Make sure you're always prepared by always having these tools on hand.

Must-have Power Tools for the Beginning DIYer

Here are 6 tools you may want to consider adding your shopping list if you're starting out as a DIYer.

5 Must-have Tools for the Advanced DIYer

Create an arsenal of essential tools.

Budget DIY Power Tools

Want to expand your power tool collection, but are on a budget? Here are 4 tools that give the most bang for your buck.

13 Tool Gifts for the DIY Dad

Give your dad what he really wants for Father's Day.

How to Clean Your Home Improvement Tools

Keep your gear in great working shape.

DIY Tool Gift Guide 2019

Give your favorite DIYer the unexpected this holiday season.

10 Tools You've Seen at the Store But Don't Know What They Do

A pilgrimage to the tool department at your favorite home center.

Make the Most of Your Tool Belt

Up your efficiency by packing your tool belt right.

Assemble Your EDC Tools Go-Bag

Prepare for this question: "As long as you're here, can you take a look at this broken thing?"

Tools That Do Double-Duty

Can your power tools can go beyond everyday use to save you time, money, and garage space?

Using the Right Tool for the Job

Just remember, people don't fly and screwdrivers don't pry.

How to Buy Power Tools

If you are not familiar with the jargon that is inherent to power tools, then you may find it a bit intimidating

12 Household Tools You're Using Wrong

You might find a new use for something you've had for years.

Do You Recognize These 13 Obscure Tools?

Consider adding these uncommon tools to your arsenal.

9 Ways to Go Green in Your Workshop

These tips to making your workshop or garage eco-friendly are so easy, you have no excuses!

How to Fix Your Tape-Measure Retraction System

Get a measure of success with this easy repair.

How to Improvise an Angle Grinder

Use a substitute with the same effect.

Using a Pipe Cutter vs a Hacksaw

Is a pipe cutter or a hacksaw the better choice for you?

8 Maintenance Tips for Keeping Your Impact Wrench Running Smoothly

An impact wrench might be the perfect tool for the job.

How to Add Water to a Pressure Washer

Pressure washers come in a multitude of designs.

5 Arc Welding Tips for Beginners

Arc welding can be an exciting craft.

How to Change Drill Press Speeds

Drill presses are used for woodworking projects.

How to Install Chicken Wire Windows on Your Workshop Cabinet Doors

Chicken wire can be used as a window for a workshop cabinet.

How to Attach a Pressure Washer Hose

Attaching a pressure washer hose is an easy job.

General Safety Rules for Gas Pressure Washer Use

A gas pressure washer operates on gasoline.

3 Best Ways to Weld Aluminum

Welding aluminum is not easy.

What Is a Live Wire Warning on an Electronic Stud Finder?

Electronic stud finders are tools that allow you to look into a wall for studs, joists, beams or wires.

Pneumatic Tools

Pneumatic tools are fast becoming recognized as both affordable and indispensable to the home do-it-yourselfer.

How to Modify Your Impact Wrench to Get More Torque

Modifying your impact wrench to get more torque is something that is never recommended by manufacturers.

How to Fix Your Broken Beam-Type Torque Wrench

A beam–type torque wrench is a tool that is highly susceptible to breakage. Quite simple in form,

Handywoman Workspace

Just a few years ago, many women sat back and watched their male counterparts take on the home repair

7 Tips to Remember When Crimping with Lineman's Pliers

Lineman’s pliers are among the tools most commonly used to handle wiring issues pertaining to electrical

About Air Compressors

An air compressor is the central power source and your major investment. Air compressors are available

How to Repair a Hydraulic Floor Jack

Car repairs and maintenance can be hard to accomplish without a working jack, so learn what you can do.