June 9, 2011
This new rasp takes up less space, works harder, and multitasks, so why wouldn't you replace that old cheese grater in your toolbox?
November 20, 2007
The Shinto Saw Rasp's teeth cover its entire face, including the edges
November 9, 2007
This float file has one flat and one round side and also a safe (untoothed) edge so that you can work into a corner without marring an adjacent surface
This float file is ideal for fine-tuning scribe cuts on baseboard, brickmold, or filler strips for built-in cabinets
November 1, 2007
8-in. Milled-tooth float files
July 16, 2007
If your pencil keeps falling out of your shirt pocket, there's a solution that is as simple as they come
Use a file to extend the life of worn-down drywall-screw bits
November 1, 1987
I built a complicated bathroom last year that included a lot of tile. As a setting bed, I used a tile backing panel called Wonderboard. This 1/2-in. thick cement and…
May 1, 1984
Care and use of a tool that gets little attention these days
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