Milwaukee 6955-20 Dual-Bevel 12″ Sliding Compound Miter Saw

By Will Endicott

Milwaukee 6955-20 Miter Saw Review With the insurgence of long-life battery tools and the inherent portability they offer, I find myself switching a huge majority of my tools to that platform. The miter saw, so far, is not one of them, and the one that I use on the jobsite is the Milwaukee 6955-20 Dual-Bevel…

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Klein 6 in 1 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver

By Jim Nadeau

Klein 6 in 1 Ratcheting Stubby Screwdriver Tool Review How many screwdrivers are in your everyday tool bag?  How much does that tool bag already weigh?  There are currently 8 in my everyday tool bag and probably another dozen in tool box that never comes out of my van.  The Klein 6 in 1 Ratcheting…

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Ridgid Cordless 18V 7/8 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill

By Jim Nadeau

Ridgid Cordless 18V 7/8 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill Tool Review The first Hammer drill was produced in 1932 by Bosh and shortly after Milwaukee came out with their own in 1935.  However the first rotary hammer drill was the Hilti TE-17 produced in 1967.  50 years later we have some incredible tools out their…

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Vampires Long Nose Screw Extraction Pliers

By Jim Nadeau

Vampires Long Nose Screw Extraction Pliers Tool Review The first time I held Vampires Long Nose Screw Extraction Pliers it reminded me of an apprentice I had years ago.  He hadn’t figured out that his screw gun was variable speed yet, it was either fully engaged at high speed or off.  Unfortunately for me this…

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Building A Wedding Chest

By Stan Durlacher

The Wedding Chest When she was a kid, Maggie wanted a wedding chest…. The idea of the chest had its genesis when my daughter Maggie was a young girl and liked the wedding chest that my wife had handed down from her mother. It was a fairly non-descript wooden box – rabbeted corners and a…

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Werner 2-in-1 Dual Purpose Ladder

By Robert Robillard

Werner 2 in 1 Dual Purpose Ladder DP6206 Review The Werner 2-in-1 Dual Purpose Ladder was specifically designed for service crews, electricians and general contractors, to give them the option of a step ladder which easily converts to an extension ladder. In my neck of the woods we call that a “Two-Fa.” Constructed out of…

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How To Build A Laundry Closet

By Robert Robillard

Building A Laundry Room Shelf System for under $200 Laundry Rooms are Moving Up in the World! Growing up the laundry machines were always in the basement, that’s just where they lived! While the basement may have been an afterthought, with the advent of indoor laundry, it did have some benefits, such as, less noise…

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How To Remove Window Film

By Robert Robillard

Removing Window Film Without Damaging the Glass As a re-modeler I often use UV film and safety film to protect glass in danger areas, such as stair wells and bathrooms. Many times in a remodel it makes sense to leave an existing, non-tempered glass window  and the safety film is a less expensive alternative to…

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