Use a bath towel to strain out excess water from a mortar mix.
To align subfascia before nailing it in place, use the framing nailer as a straightedge.
Place a pencil in the drill-press chuck to align the fence without marring the wood's surface.
ABS pipes and elbows bring a drain to a new downspout.
When you are cutting plywood by yourself, scrap pieces of rigid foam can come in handy.
An empty caulk tube can serve as a small crevice tool for a wet/dry vac.
Protect the top of newly framed walls from snow with strips of water-resistive barrier or a similar material.
Lay your trash receptacle on its side before putting in your narrow rips and cutoffs.
This new tape measure from Milwaukee has several great features, but the best one is a built-in LED light.
Make your Spring Tools nail sets easier to find by adding some color.
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