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Top 100 Hand Tools Projects

  1. 61. Plumbing and Cleaning Tips

    Take a look at these helpful tips from DIY Network for working aorund the house.

  2. 62. How to Use a Water Level

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan shows why the water level is the perfect tool when it comes to checking the level of something that's more t...

  3. 63. Compact Cordless Drill-Driver (01:31)

    Despite its size, this power tool is definitely not small on torque.

  4. 64. All About Bricklaying Tools

    DIY Network explains the different types of tools used for used for bricklaying and masonry work.

  5. 65. Tube Rollers

    DIY Network gives a tip on how to squeeze the most material out of a tube so that nothing — from toothpaste to caulk — is w...

  6. 66. Tips for Using a Stepped Dowel System

    DIY Tools and Techniques guest Rorke Miller demonstrates the creation of a stepped dowel system.

  7. 67. Viewer Jig: Board Center Finder

    Host David Thiel shows how to make a jig that can easily help find and mark the center of a board.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 68. How to Use a Blindmark Drywall Marker

    One of the hardest parts of installing drywall is measuring and marking for electrical boxes. The Blindmark Drywall Marker simplifies t...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 69. Sandpaper Basics

    Use this DIY Network guide on choosing the best sandpaper for any job.

  10. 70. All About Handsaws

    DIY Network explains the different types of handsaws and how they are used.

  11. 71. Hand-Powered Cutting Tools

    You don't always need power tools for cutting. The DIY Network highlights hand tools you won't want to do without.

  12. 72. How to Make a Drilling Guide Block with Bushings

    Host David Thiel shows how to build a jig for installing decorative dowels into box corners. Adding dowels in mitered corners adds stre...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 73. Concrete Tools

    Working successfully with concrete takes a lot of practice. But with the proper tools, you'll be off to a good start.

  14. 74. Nail Jack (00:53)

    This is the first hand tool made solely to dig, grip and extract fasteners.

  15. 75. Gardening Tool Tips

    There are many cutting and trimming tools you can use in the garden. DIY Network experts offer tips to help you find just the right too...

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