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Top 100 How To Workshops Projects

  1. 61. Basic Flashlights and Work Lights

    No workshop should be without flashlights and work lights. Use this DIY guide to choose the right lights for any job.

  2. 62. Essential Tools: Palm Sander (00:02:03)

    The proper use of a palm sander; why it's important to have in a workshop.

  3. 63. Warn Works Pullzall (00:02:34)

    This compact motorized pulley system can lift and pull up to 1,000 pounds.

  4. 64. Garage Barrage Part 1 (07:12)

    A garage workshop is a more realistic remodel than a refinished basement.

  5. 65. Caulking (02:19)

    If you can't wrap your house, caulking alone can make a big difference.

  6. 66. Big Screen, Surround-Sound (00:20:00)

    Build a home theater that best suits your needs.

  7. 67. Outdoor Workshop (20:00)

    Karl and Tim transform a covered area into an outdoor workshop.

  8. 68. DIY Laundry Detergent (00:03:24)

    Here's how to make a year's worth of laundry detergent for less than $20.

  9. 69. How to Stay Safe in the Workshop

    If your workshop looks like an accident waiting to happen, then it may be time to take inventory and write out a few safety rules.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 70. Striker (00:00:56)

    Never sharpen a carpenter's pencil again with this mechanical version.

  11. 71. How to Make a Sheet Goods Rack

    David Thiel explains how to make a storage rack for tall sheet goods. This is a handy storage unit for any workshop.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 72. Workshop Storage (02:00)

    Use your peg board to maximize your storage space.

  13. 73. Essential Tools: Speed Square (00:02:09)

    The proper use of a speed square; why it's important to have in a workshop.

  14. 74. Storing String Tangle-Free (00:00:23)

    Create a nifty holder that will help keep balls of twine from tangling.

  15. 75. Dust Collector (01:52)

    Simplify your clean-up by enclosing the drifting dust in a plastic wall.

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