If you find your car tools rusted, it’s not necessarily time to replace them. Rust is removable with the use of the right products.
For an essential car-tool kit, who better than MacGyver to teach us about solving problems with a few common household items?
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The winter months are the perfect time for cleaning tools. Use this downtime to get rid of dirt, rust, and grease and be ready for next summer’s projects.
We have all had it happen. You are turning a wrench and then BAM, the head of the bolt rounds off, the wrench slips, and you bust your knuckles on the edge of something sharp. It never fails; there is always a sharp edge next to a rounded bolt waiting for your tender knuckles. Here are some tips and tricks to removing rounded-off bolts…
Spare tools burning a hole in your toolbox? Here are seven creative ideas for what to do with them.
Whether from humidity, a damp garage or just time, tools get rusty. Here’s how to remove rust from tools so you can get back to the job at hand.
Once you have a set of basic tools, it’s time to expand your DIY toolbox. Here are a few maintenance tools that make working on your car easier and safer.
Essential lawn care tools may sit unused for the winter months, but that doesn’t mean they should be ignored. Here’s how to maintain them year-round.
Rusted bolts stink. It doesn’t matter if the car is just a few years old or 50, there will always be rusted or seized nuts and bolts somewhere on the … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How to Remove a Rusted Bolt