How to Remove A Stuck Lawn Mower Wheel: Tips and Guideline

How to Remove A Stuck Lawn Mower Wheel: Tips and Guideline

A lawn mower is indispensable home maintenance and landscaping item. It helps you keep the lawn in tidy conditions with the least effort. However, when a lawn mower stops working due to a stuck wheel, frustration might catch you quickly. Although the problem is frustrating, you can help yourself by fixing the stuck wheel with…

How to Clean A Sharpening Stone: Step-by-Step Guidelines

How to Clean A Sharpening Stone: Step-by-Step Guidelines

A sharpening stone is used to maintain and sharpen knives in the kitchen. Hence, it is a part and parcel item of most homes. However, only a few people would know that the sharpening stone itself needs maintenance and cleaning. When a sharpening stone gets dirty and dull, most people will throw it away to…

How to Cut Straight with A Reciprocating Saw: A Step-by-Step Guideline

How to Cut Straight with A Reciprocating Saw: A Step-by-Step Guideline

A manual or power saw is essential for every home for small fixing and renovation projects. While most saws are built for accommodating large cuts, the reciprocating saw specializes in both large and small cuts. It comes with a compact surface and thin blade suitable for making straight lines and decorative cuts. The question is…

A Detailed Guideline and Tips on How to Change Drill Bit Black and Decker

A Detailed Guideline and Tips on How to Change Drill Bit Black and Decker

A drilling machine is almost a mandatory tool for every woodworking workshops and homeowners. There’s hardly any job that doesn’t require a power drill, from fixing the kitchen or bookshelf to hanging family pictures on the wall. Nonetheless, you need to change the bit for the drill to meet the project requirements. Thus, today, we…

How to Rip Narrow Boards with A Circular Saw (A Detailed Discussion)

How to Rip Narrow Boards with A Circular Saw (A Detailed Discussion)

Admittedly, table saws work best to rip narrow boards such as 1/8-inch boards for furnishing works. But what if you don’t have a table saw available at hand? Will you leave your rip cuts on the narrow boards? Certainly not! You can still and profoundly use a circular saw to perform long rip cuts on…

How to Cut Logs into Lumber with A Chainsaw

How to Cut Logs into Lumber with A Chainsaw

We understand that the topic is slightly misleading and confusing to most woodworkers. A majority of woodworkers consider log and lumber the same thing. But, in reality, the log and lumber are two different pieces of wood with distinctive shapes. The log has an uneven surface and features a round or cylindrical shape. The lumber…