When you’re working in your garden, there’s nothing more frustrating than having a tool that simply will not do its job. Very often the cause of this problem is poor maintenance and care. With time, wear and neglect both manual
Workshopshed: A typically British summer this year, alternating between strong sun and damp weather. It’s not the best conditions for your equipment and tools so our latest guest author has provided some thoughts on keeping your power tools in tip
The magnifier lamp has 24 LEDs and the housing is plastic so I did not want to solder them up in place. To simplify the assembly a wooden jig was made by drilling 3 hole through the head. An LED
A bench hook is a simple project that teaches many woodworking skills and helps you when sawing. There were no free plans with instructions so I wrote some.
Life in London is tough, especially if you are a shower. Due to some unique geology, all of London is a hard water area. This means that we have minerals dissolved in the water which it makes it taste nice
I hate working with silicone sealant.It smells terrible.It’s a pain to wash off your skin.It doesn’t go where you want it to.It gets very messy very quickly. So when I had to seal up around the freshly lain lino, it
I’m working on a clock project that requires the disassembly of an old clock. The cover was removed by undoing 4 screws on the rear, I’m not sure of the name but they are similar to those used for bike
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