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How to Add a Splitter to a Table Saw

A simple plastic splitter can be installed to a zero clearance throat plate to make your table saw safer to use. Learn how to reduce th...

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Top 100 Safety Projects

  1. 1. Safety Equipment for the Workshop

    DIY Network host David Thiel offers tips on safety equipment that should be kept in the workshop in case of emergency.

  2. 2. Tips for a Safe and Healthy Kitchen

    From food storage to sanitizing surfaces, DIY Network offers tips on how to keep your kitchen a safe place.

  3. 3. 10 Simple Steps to Kitchen Safety

    These 10 easy steps from DIY Network share everything you need to know about keeping your kitchen safe.

  4. 4. Safe, Serene Master Bathroom (00:03:58)

    Safety is a huge issue when a couple sets out to make a serene master bath.

  5. 5. Safe Demolition Tips (00:60)

    Here's a DIY quick tip on safe demolition.

  6. 6. Testing Household Water (01:02)

    Here's the DIY Basics on testing water safety levels coming into your home.

  7. 7. Replacing Wiper Blades (01:00)

    Keep your wipers in good working order for maximum visibility and safety.

  8. 8. Step 4: Build the Base (01:40)

    Here's how to build the base out of a green treated 2-by-4 and plywood.

  9. 9. Powermatic PM 2000 (01:22)

    This top-of-the-line table saw has retractable casters for mobility.

  10. 10. Volatile Gases in Cabinetry and Furniture

    Volatile gases such as benzene, xylene and formaldehyde are commonly found in kitchen cabinetry.

  11. 11. Sharpening Spades (00:60)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips for sharpening spades.

  12. 12. Securing Roof Gables (00:01:00)

    Secure vulnerable gables to roof trusses to protect them from storm damage.

  13. 13. Demolition (04:05)

    Tools, gear and safety precautions for doing demolition.

  14. 14. Types of Push Sticks

    DIY experts show how push sticks and push blocks are necessary tools for the table saw and joiner. They act as extensions for your hand...

  15. 15. Foot Switches

    The DIY Network shows you two products that allow you to safely control a power switch with your foot.

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