Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. 1. Put wood glue in the hole 2. Hammer golf tee into hole 3. Use box cutter to cut off excess tee 4. Drill pilot hole and screw new screw directly into the tee

Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. 1. Put wood glue in the hole 2. Hammer golf tee into hole 3. Use box cutter to cut off excess tee 4. Drill pilot hole and screw new screw directly into the tee

Texture_ ways to add texture to wood projects: Screw or Lag Bolt impressions in the wood, great for edging.

Texture_ ways to add texture to wood projects: Screw or Lag Bolt impressions in the wood, great for edging.

I use some of these, Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – 27 Pics

I use some of these, Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – 27 Pics

Tool Station - need to place tools at an angle so will stay in --- what about other tools

Tool Station - need to place tools at an angle so will stay in --- what about other tools

Cut with a Drill If you need to shorten a bolt, let your drill do the hard work. Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

22 Clever New Uses for Your Tools

Cut with a Drill If you need to shorten a bolt, let your drill do the hard work. Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

MDF::::::::What is MDF? Plus Tips for Using MDF Do's and Don'ts of using MDF

What is MDF? Plus Tips for Using MDF

remove rust from metal tools and found objects without scrubbing witha soak in this natural solution

remove rust from metal tools and found objects without scrubbing witha soak in this natural solution

If you have a wavy wall that you want to perfectly fit a board to, use a washer to roll a pencil along the wall (and the board) to get a precise cut (or sanding) line. [From Popular Woodworking]

Six "Now, Why Didn't I Think of That?" Shop Tips

If you have a wavy wall that you want to perfectly fit a board to, use a washer to roll a pencil along the wall (and the board) to get a precise cut (or sanding) line. [From Popular Woodworking]

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