Drills

  1. Guide To Drill Bits

    Guide To Drill Bits

    Every project requires the right tools and when it comes to using a drill it is essential the right bit is used to ensure both the material and the drill itself are not damaged. Each type of drill bit is designed for use on a specific type of the material and knowing which one can sometimes appear confusing. This is...
  2. Cleaning And Maintaining Your Drill

    Cleaning And Maintaining Your Drill

    When we buy a new power tool it can be easy to take them granted and expect it to work perfectly without performing any basic maintenance checks. In a sense this is something of a compliment to the manufacturers who generally produce tools that are long lasting and effective at performing the tasks they have been made for. However, a...
  3. Power Drill Safety Tips

    Power Drill Safety Tips

    No matter what type of tool you are using, safety is everything and this is especially true when it comes to electrical machines such as power drills. Regardless of how many times or how much experience you have with using a drill the safety fundamentals should never be ignored or forgotten. The Royal College of Surgeons reported that 25,763 gardening...
  4. How To Drill Into Glass

    How To Drill Into Glass

      If you have a DIY project at home that requires you to drill into glass and you’re not sure how to do it, read on to get an overview on the right procedures to follow from start to finish. It may seem like drilling into glass is only going to crack the material but by using the right drill...
  5. How To Drill Into Brick

    How To Drill Into Brick

      It is more likely than not that at some stage you will have to drill a hole or two into the masonry around the house. It could be something as simple as putting up some new shelving or hanging a flat-panel TV to the wall – either way you will need to ensure you prepare correctly so the job...
  6. How To Drill Into Tile

    How To Drill Into Tile

      Tiling is not the most straight forward of tasks at the best of times but once you are finished it can be tempting to think the job is done. However, if you need to hang any accents in the space there is still some work to be done. Drilling into a tile may seem like a difficult task but...
  7. Types Of Drills

    Types Of Drills

    For anyone who doesn’t own a drill and are thinking of investing in one for a forthcoming DIY project it can become a little confusing when you search online, or pop into your nearest DIY merchant. One look at the options show there are a huge range available and picking out the right one can prove to be a daunting...

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