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Con una banda elástica se acabaron los botes de pintura sucios

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Paint-Can Tip Banish messy spills and drips when using craft paint. Slide a rubber band over the open can, then gently wipe the bottom of the brush against the band each time you dip.

Tool Tip removing a headless nail

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DIY Tip from The Family Handyman: Pulling a Nail Without a Head. If you’re trying to pull a nail and the head breaks off, try gripping the nail tightly with locking pliers, then pull against the pliers.

Simple picture frame clamp holderAll you need is a carpenter's square or steel corner to use as a guide for cutting perfect 45-degree cut outs.

Simple picture frame clamp holderAll you need is a carpenters square or steel corner to use as a guide for cutting perfect cut outs. - My Woodworking Shed

The Family Handyman - Screws DIY Tip of the Day. Use this quick and simple way to get a screw started in a hard-to-reach place. Just poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape.

poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape.

DIY Leg Vise - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

DIY Leg Vise - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Photo copy the object you're trying to hang to get the screws/nails directly where you'd like them.

Photocopy the back of the item you want to hang, and then use the copy as the template of where to drill/screw/nail the holes. very smart idea!

Here’s a smart way to keep a vise or small bench-top tool right at your fingertips without cluttering your workbench https://www.facebook.com/TheFamilyHandyman/photos/a.10150301855668890.360780.30340468889/10150348665198890/?type=3

Bench-Top Tool Storage Tip Build this slide-in base and mount the vise or tool on it so the entire unit can slide back in upside down and out of the way. Countersink holes into the underside of the base so you can recess the mounting nuts and washers.

Keep screws, connectors, nails and other small parts in sight and handy with this resealable bag holder. You can build it out of a 3/4-in.-thick scrap of plywood. Start by cutting two pieces of plywood as shown. Draw lines 1 in. apart across the shorter piece with a square, stopping 1 in. from the edge. Now cut along the lines with a jigsaw. Screw the two pieces of plywood together and screw the unit to the wall. Fill resealable bags and slip them into the slots. Get more workshop storage…

12 Simple Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

Sandwich-bag parts organizer Small parts storage Cut slots in a piece of plywood with a jigsaw. Fill resealable bags with small parts, hardware or craft items and hang them from the slotted plywood.

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