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A right-angle adapter is a handy gadget for driving screws in places where the body of your drill won’t fit.

15 Revolutionary Techniques for Driving Screws - We’ve been there. You’re driving a screw and it breaks, or you strip the head, or you’re trying to get the dumb thing started and it pops off the driver bit and tumbles to the floor

35 Lifechanging Ways To Use Everyday Objects

Use (unscented) dental floss to cut soft cheeses and cakes.if you happen to have unscented dental floss handy.

Stamped-in tool markings can be tough to read. To solve this, buy some white fingernail polish, brush it on the tool and quickly wipe it with a clean cloth. The white polish stays in the grooves, and the numbers are easy to read at a glance. You can use lacquer thinner to wipe it if the polish dries too quickly.

21 HOME TIPS: Stamped-in tool markings can be tough to read. To solve this, buy some white fingernail polish, brush it on the tool and quickly wipe it with a clean cloth. The white polish stays in the grooves, and the numbers are easy to read at a glance.

caulk

Tool caulk w/ an ice cube, applying steady pressure. The film of water that forms between the ice cube and the caulk makes a smooth, professional finish, and you can melt the cube in your hand to get any bead shape you want.

Working under the sink on your back isn't exactly comfortable, especially when the sharp cabinet edge cuts into your shoulder blades. Make it more comfortable by lying on an ironing board. Set one end of the board inside the cabinet and support the other end with a scrap piece of 2x4. It won't make the repair any easier, but it's definitely easier on your back. Plus: How to Safely & Easily Do DIY Work Alone

Ironing Board Back Saver - Working under the sink on your back isn't exactly comfortable, especially when the sharp cabinet edge cuts…

para cuando tenemos que pintar superficies grandes, una esponja agarrada con un broche.

Family Handyman mag, pg 21 Oct Make your own "cheap-and-easy foam brushes" using clothespins and leftover foam.(Good Idea - would it work with makeup sponges)?