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Claw hammer

clawhammer

 

What does it do?

  • Pound nails into surfaces like wood, wall etc.
  • Pull nails off the surface with the help of two-pronged claw.

 

What projects can I use it for?

  • It can ideally be used in carpentry to fix up your new baby cradle or mend creaking sofas or chairs with a nail.
  • Perfect for hanging pictures and other wall decors on to the wall.
  • Claw hammers can very well be used for tearing down dry walls and for other similar demolition jobs.
  • Useful for digging small holes in the ground during outdoor work.

 

Shopping tips

  • Invest in the most comfortable 16-oz weighing claw hammer that can get you through most of the basic requirements.
  • Try lifting a few before buying to check the comfort factor; it needs to be well balanced in your hand for the right grip. A head heavy claw hammer could be a little tricky to work with. 
  • Wood handles tend to break easily, claw hammers with rubber, plastic, or vinyl handles can offer shock absorption as well as better grip.

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Fiberglass Handle Claw Hammer 16 oz    
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Pliers

 pliers

 What do they do?

  • Pliers are a great tool for trimming and clutching objects.
  • Locking pliers, also known as pliers wrench, clamp firmly onto a work-piece.
  • Needle-nose pliers have long sharp claws to aid intricate works in confined spaces.

What projects can I use it for?                

  • Locking pliers are used extensively for gripping sanitary fittings, plumbing jobs and diverse household repairs.
  • Removes stubborn bolts.
  • Needle-nose pliers are ideal for electrical work.
  • Perfect for bending thin wires, splicing and cutting wires etc.

Shopping tips

  • For plumbing, installation and removal of tough bolts and nuts, and other around-the-house jobs, invest in a pair of eight-to-ten inch locking pliers.
  • A pair of 5-10W size locking pliers can be used in place of a wrench, wire cutter and more, because of its lock-and-clamp action.
  • Shop for long-nose pliers if you are required to do electrical jobs like mending wires, connecting electrical loops and the like.
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Skrewdriver

Screwdrivers

 

What does it do?        

  • A screwdriver helps driving screws into wood, plastic or other material to hold things together

What projects can I use it for?

  • Building furniture, such as tables, chairs or cupboards
  • Unscrew light cover before exchanging a light bulb
  • Unscrew outlet or light switch covers before painting jobs

 Shopping tips

  • Plastic handles insulate from shock
  • Rubber handles give better grip
  • Electrical detection screwdrivers are great for detecting electricity, for example when unscrewing computer parts or near electricity sources

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Electric Drill

Electric drill

What does it do?

  • Drills holes into various surfaces like walls, wood and more when a drill bit is fitted into the chuck and powered on.
  • Drives screws, stirs paint, sands and grinds materials.

What projects can I use it for?                

  • In around-the-house projects like driving a screw into dense wood or assembling furniture.
  • Retract screws to dismantle items for maintenance or repair.
  • Make space for recessed lighting, or when making space for plumbing pipes in your floor joists, cabinets, countertops.
  • In construction where fixing joints and fastening things to the wall is essential.

Shopping tips

  • A 1/4-inch chuck is sufficient for a light-duty driver.
  • A 3/8-inch drill is common for household work and is compatible with a wide range of bits.
  • A 1/2-inch drill handles heavier applications.
  • The drill with a T-handle design features a handle near the middle of the drill body that distributes weight equally for better balance and less wrist strain.


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