Reader Poll: Do you still use a corded drill?
I’ve gone almost totally cordless when it comes to drilling and driving, but I still can’t manage to let go of my trusty 1/2-in. corded Milwaukee drill, passed down from my grandfather, mind you. It’s indispensible for mixing both setting- and drying-type joint compound, thinset, and grout.
I can’t be the only one. Are people still using corded drills in their daily work? Electricians? Plumbers? Enlighten me. Is this a tool category that you would like to see tested?
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