How to Keep Power Cord Plugs Tight and Dry - Fine Homebuilding

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Theres a Better Way


How to Keep Power Cord Plugs Tight and Dry

comments (0) May 2nd, 2014 in Blogs
grateful.ed Chuck Miller, editor at large


Produced by: John Ross and Chuck Miller


If you're working with power tools on a wet, rainy job site, you could take the chance that your extension cord won't trip a breaker when it slips into a puddle, but there's a better way.

 

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