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  1. 76. Photo Gallery: Specialty Nails

    All about specialty nails on DIYNetwork.com.

  2. 77. Learn the Basics About Files and Rasps

    Files and rasps are used for smoothing, trimming and sharpening. Learn about the various types of files and rasps and how to use them f...

  3. 78. Rapid Edge Utility Knife (00:41)

    This knife cuts smoothly with a light to guide you.

  4. 79. How To Use a Tap and Die Set

    Learn how to properly use a tap and die set.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  5. 80. Andrea Ridout's Cool Tools

    Andrea Ridout, radio host of Ask Andrea, joins David Thiel to share some of her favorite cool tools.

  6. 81. Tips on Using Clamps

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan shares some great tips about a few new and innovative clamps.

  7. 82. Hoses, Sprinklers and Watering Accessories

    DIY experts dish the dirt on garden hoses, specialized attachments, sprinklers, watering accessories, and how to tame an unruly hose.

  8. 83. How to Make a Mortise Cut

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a mortise cut using a chisel.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  9. 84. Tips on Using Screw and Bolt Extractors

    DIY Network offers improved methods that'll make extracting screws and bolts with snapped heads an easy task.

  10. 85. Stanley Fat Max Extreme FuBar (00:01:17)

    See what you get when you combine a hammer and a pry bar!

  11. 86. Starting a New Garden (20:00)

    We'll prep a new garden and demonstrate how to do a soil test.

  12. 87. Tips on Using a Spokeshave

    Spokeshaves can be used to shape chair spindles and round surfaces. DIY experts offer tips on how to make the most effective cuts with ...

  13. 88. Wrench Basics

    DIY Network offers tips on choosing the right wrench for any job in the home or workshop.

  14. 89. How to Make a Hold-Down Pusher for a Jointer

    When working with a jointer, it's wise to use a hold-down pusher to keep the work piece in close contact with the table and your hands ...

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  15. 90. Laser Level

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

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