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How to Use Compression Fittings

Compression fittings are strong and reliable fittings that can be put on using just a pair of wrenches. Because these fittings don't re...

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Top 19 Fittings Projects

  1. 1. Country Kitchen Cabinets Pt 2 (06:06)

    Country cabinets get a fitting installation from pro Paul Ryan.

  2. 2. Country Kitchen Cabinets Pt 3 (06:00)

    Country cabinets get a fitting installation from pro Paul Ryan.

  3. 3. Country Kitchen Cabinets Pt 4 (03:42)

    Country cabinets get a fitting installation from pro Paul Ryan.

  4. 4. Master Appliance Triggertorch (01:20)

    This butane torch's attachments solder, sweat copper pipe and cut plastic.

  5. 5. EZ Sweat Fittings (00:01:08)

    Soldering is no sweat with fittings that have the solder already inside.

  6. 6. Simple DIY Citronella Torch (00:01:00)

    Turn a wine bottle and a few fittings into a simple DIY citronella torch.

  7. 7. How to Use Flare Fittings

    To create a stronger connection than soldered or compression fittings can achieve, use a flare fitting. Master plumber Ed Del Grande de...

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    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  8. 8. Country Kitchen Cabinets Pt 1 (04:12)

    Country cabinets get a fitting installation from pro Paul Ryan.

  9. 9. Chainsaw Carved Bench (00:20:00)

    Lisa carves a unique bench that's fitting for any rustic decor.

  10. 10. Run a Water Line (01:30)

    Home improvement expert Karl Champley vlogs about how to run a water line.

  11. 11. Installing Beadboard (03:30)

    Installing beadboard wainscoting easily gives a room an old-world look.

  12. 12. Kitchen Part 1: Cabinets (20:00)

    Country cabinets get a fitting installation from pro Paul Ryan.

  13. 13. Outdoor Misting System (04:47)

    Ed Del Grande demonstrates how to install an outdoor misting system.

  14. 14. Copper Pipe Fitting (02:06)

    Home improvement expert Karl Champley vlogs about copper pipe fitting.

  15. 15. Tackle Box (01:07)

    Keep tape, glue, fittings and drip irrigation parts in one handy container.

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