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How to Drill Into Stucco

Stucco has become a very popular exterior wall covering over the years. This hard looking shell may be intimidating for a homeowner trying to add exterior features like hanging art, a security camera, or a flag to the outside of their homes. To do this you will need to know how to drill into stucco.…

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Best Corded Drill on the Market [2022 Review]

Cordless drills are certainly in style thanks to their versatility and overall mobility. Plenty of craftsmen and handymen enjoy being able to take their electric drill around with them and use it at the drop of a hat. But those cordless drills miss out on a lot of value since they rely on a portable…

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How To Drill Through Metal

Most of the projects around the home that use a drill are based around drilling through wood, but sometimes you may need to know how to drill through metal as well. Drilling through metal is not difficult as long as you have the necessary tools, which are fairly common and you may already have in…


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What Is a Countersink Drill Bit?

It won’t take you long to discover a need for countersinking a screw in one of your DIY projects. By countersinking, you are able to achieve several objectives. It hides the fastener while preventing tear-out, along with eliminating deburring hazards. What is a Countersink Drill Bit? A countersink drill bit is a specialty accessory for…

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What Is a Drill Chuck?

A drill chuck is a type of clamp used to hold bits and other drilling implements. Chucks are used to hold tools that are roughly cylindrical in shape. On a drill, the chuck attaches to the mandrel. Different drill bits can be inserted into the chuck, allowing the same base tool to be used for…

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Best Router Bit for Cutting Letters [2022 Review]

When done right, cutting wood can turn a dull wooden blank into an impressive piece of art. But that’s only if you have the right tools for the job. If your next project includes cutting a lot of letters, your router won’t be enough for it. You’ll need a pack of router bits to help…

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Best Lightweight Drill for a Woman [2022 Review]

Ever heard of the term handywoman? Well, it’s about time you did. Kate Davies even wrote a whole book about it! Women have been in the DIY game for quite some time. And to be honest, they’re pretty good at it! From home renovations to DIY projects, every woman needs a comfortable, lightweight drill. The…

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What Size Is a Number 7 Drill Bit?

If you have recently bought a toolbox, you might observe that there are different sizes and numbers of drill bits present in it. You might wonder what size is a number 7 drill bit, as if you are not familiar with the dimensions, it can be risky to drill holes in the material. What Size…

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How To Use A Drill Press Vise

Using the drill press vise demands you to follow specific steps for proficiency. In this article, learn about how to use a drill press vise. 

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What Size Drill Bit for a ⅜” Tap?

If you are new to tapping threads into metal, you might wonder what size drill bit for ⅜” tap. Since it is not an activity often performed in the house, many people are not aware of the technicalities involved in the process. Thus here we are explaining to you every single detail you need to…

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How To Sharpen Drill Bits With A File

Sharpen drill bits instead of buying a new one. This guide will give an easy method to help you learn how to sharpen drill bits with a file.

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What Size Drill Bit for a #8 Screw

In most situations, a #8 screw calls for a 1/8” straight drill bit. However, the ideal size of the drill bit can vary depending on the material you’re using, and you’ll need a narrower pilot hole when working with soft materials. How to Figure Out What Size Drill Bit for #8 Screw Figuring out what…