Every home should have a good toolkit, but you do not need to buy a lavish kit all at once. It is best to acquire tools as you need and can afford them. As a general rule it is best to invest in well-made items that will last a lifetime.
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Dust masks are essential when sanding or sawing to prevent you from inhaling harmful substances. Safety glasses or goggles are vital for eye protection. Invest in a good-quality pair of work gloves to protect your hands when handling building materials and using heavy tools.
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