Amazing Handyman Tips and Tricks

Amazing Handyman Tips and Tricks

For the tape measure thing  most tape measures actually list a digit on the tape measure itself  so you don’t have to bend the tape at a wall and do the whole card thing. Take your measurement with the tape, and look at the digit on the actual tape measure itself. Add it up, and […]

For the tape measure thing  most tape measures actually list a digit on the tape measure itself  so you don’t have to bend the tape at a wall and do the whole card thing.
Take your measurement with the tape, and look at the digit on the actual tape measure itself.
Add it up, and you’re good to go.some tape measures have a measurement written on the base, that number is the length from the back to where the tape is.
An alternate method is to place the tape measure base up against what you are measuring and then add that length to what you measured.
Not sure if it’s as accurate as the card and clip.
love the string method for drawing an ellipse and the use of a washer to curve of a wall to fit in a pice of wood.
Guess both methods will work for other shapes, too. Will try it for own projects.
Always like working in a shop that has the normal tools plus unique and highly functional tools you need.
I can’t image how great it is to work someplace that manufactures those tools.
On the ceiling patch , bevel the edges before fitting to the ceiling , but also reverse the angle inwards .
then when you squeeze in the filler most of it will be trapped by the reverse angle, and even if it cracks in time, it will be very unlikely for any large pieces to fall out.
These kind of videos are the best of the best, getting to the point and not wasting my precious time!
I learned quite a bit from watching this video.
I am no handyman so I am subscribing so as to elevate my knowledge in doing these practical and simple things should the need arise.

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