Handyman Tips & Hacks That Work Extremely Well

There are processes for which you need specific tools, but there are also ways to fix it with the ones you already have. Check out these ingenious solutions that …Do not use the one for joists. When using treated lumber, especially larger widths like 2x10s or wider, the size of each board will vary. You […]


There are processes for which you need specific tools, but there are also ways to fix it with the ones you already have. Check out these ingenious solutions that …Do not use the one for joists. When using treated lumber, especially larger widths like 2x10s or wider, the size of each board will vary. You need to hang each joist using the board to be set in place.I’ve been a handyman(facility service engineer) for 30+ years and even though I know enough tricks to make a dozen videos, its still nice to learn new tricks. One trick i see on all these videos is how to handle a loose screw in a hinge. As a last resort ,I pull a dresser draw out and cut a small piece of wood off the back of the drawer, just an inch long sliver and shove that into the screw hole. Toothpicks work great and I always have a chopstick or two in my tool pouch. They are free with a Chinese food order and a little wood glue, pound one in and cut off and you have a new screw hole.

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