Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.
15 Classic Handy Tool Tips and Tricks
Clamp a Nail - When there’s no room for a hammer, sink the nail with a C-clamp. This trick works for plumbing and electrical straps, junction boxes, and even joist hangers.
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Tips for Using Emergency Generators
Furnaces, Well Pumps and Electric Water Heaters Require a Transfer Switch - 16 Tips for Using Emergency Generators: http://www.familyhandyman.com/smart-homeowner/home-safety-tips/tips-for-using-emergency-generators
11 Ways to Keep Your Workshop Neat and Tidy
For years I used my finger to spread glue beads on the edges of boards. Then, in sweaty haste, I’d wipe my fingers on my pants and another pair of nice jeans would become “work-only” attire. To make the job less messy, all you need is an old credit card (or new, your choice), a 3/4-in.two-hole EMT conduit strap (about 50¢ at a home center) and two 1/8-in.nuts and bolts. Crook the conduit strap in a vise to level the conduit strap wings with the bottle cap. This way the credit card stays…