If you’ve used cordless rechargeable tools over the years, your workshop likely contains a variety of batteries, as this year’s “new thing” soon is replaced by next year’s “newest thing.” Read on for a handy guide to help you determine which type of cordless tool battery is right for you.
Rechargeable cordless tools are convenient, portable, and ready to use at a moment’s notice. Cordless tool batteries last for several years; and with proper care and storage, you can extend battery life and your investment. Read on for some dos and don’ts to help you get the most out of cordless tools batteries.
Electrolysis is a great way to remove rust and restore metal without damage the surface as sanding or scraping would. The process works by passing a mild electrical current through an electrolyte bath in which the tool is suspended. While it may sound daunting, the process is actually quite simple. Read on to find out how.
Our lawn and garden gift ideas for 2010 includes a diverse selection of quality products, from gardening tools and gloves to books and binoculars. And with prices starting at under $5, there’s something on the list for everyone. Read on for ten great gift ideas for the gardener on your list.
While flat garden hoses are nothing new, the Magna Hose claims it will work without having to unroll it first from the reel. I decided to put it to the test to see how well the Magna Hose really works. Watch this video to see how it did.
The Bag-Caddy is a flexible plastic sleeve that fits over a plastic trash bag to hold it open for easy filling, then slips off to dispose of the bag. Watch this video to see how well it works when I put it to the test.
Garden hoses often develop leaks over time. Rather than throwing the hose out, repair it by cutting out the damaged part and joining the two pieces back together using a repair kit. Watch this video to find out more.
There are several types of rakes available for your lawn or garden, and each one is used for a different purpose. Some of the most common types of rakes include a leaf rake, a bow rake, and a shrub rake. Watch this video to find out more.