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Top 100 Hand Tools Projects

  1. 1. Hammer Tips

    DIY expert Paul Ryan shares some helpful hammer tips.

  2. 2. Specialty Wrenches

    DIY experts show how adjustable wrenches can replace a whole collection of box wrenches.

  3. 3. Flexible-Shaft Screwdriver

    Getting to hard-to-reach screws can be a problem, but DIY experts have the answer: the Viper Driver.

  4. 4. Center-Finding Tape Measure

    Need to find the center of an object but don't feel like doing the math? DIY experts have the answer.

  5. 5. Plumbing Emergency Tips

    DIY Network's Ed the Plumber offers tips on the tools needed to make a plumber's emergency kit and what to do during plumbing emergenci...

  6. 6. Garden Multipurpose Tool

    This 5-in-1 gardening tool is a must-have for beginner and expert gardeners. From pruning shrubs to light digging, this tool will get t...

  7. 7. Extra Hand Clamp

    Anyone who has ever felt like they could use an extra hand in the workshop will find this tool useful. This handy clamp gives the user ...

  8. 8. Multi-Grip Vise

    DIY Network shares information on an innovative vise that also serves as a fast-acting clamp.

  9. 9. Essential Camping Tools

    Make your camping trip is a success by taking along the right tools. Here are some good tips and advice from the pros at DIY Network.

  10. 10. Laser Level

    Every DIYer should own one of these handy laser levels that adjusts to various angles and indicates when a surface is level.

  11. 11. Hook Driver

    If you're looking for a handy tool to attach hooks to doors or walls, DIY experts have the answer.

  12. 12. Mechanic's Tools to Have in the Workshop

    DIY Network experts explain how some automotive tools can be handy to have around the workshop.

  13. 13. Wire and Metal Cutting Tools

    DIY Network shares which tools can be used to cut through wire and metal materials.

  14. 14. Nail Starter

    This handy nailer has the ability to take the place of a hammer.

  15. 15. How to Make a Plywood Carrying Handle

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a plywood carrying handle and make traveling with lumber a lot easier.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
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