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DIY Halloween Costume

halloween 109Halloween is right around the corner, but so are the holidays! Forget the wallet-damaging costumes, and create your own that will actually be original. Then you can buy everyone amazing Christmas gifts while still rocking a budget-friendly costume during one of the best holidays of the year!
Need inspiration? Check out these DIY Halloween costume ideas by the eToolsCity team.
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Capri Tools 60 SMD LED Ultra Bright 300 Lumens Cordless Rechargeable Work Light

Product Description

The Capri Tools 60-LED Rechargeable Work Light displays your projects in a better light! Get this portable companion for your workshop, garage, or home. The conveniently sized, broad-beam work light fits into tight spots. The rubberized grip-handle on the base makes this light easy to handle with or without gloves; while the hex-molded handle guarantees that the light won’t roll away. The rugged polymer housing and aluminum reinforced back has been drop-tested and proven to be impact resistant.


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Don’t Find Yourself Screwed by a Broken Screw! How to Remove those Pesky Broken Screws

Screwed /skrood/
adj.:
(informal) Beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in a hopeless situation, ruined or broken. Continue reading

How to Sharpen a Chainsaw

 

General Maintenance:

Different chainsaws operate differently and also require different maintenance. Consult your manual for manufacturer/model specific related care. However it is safe to say that almost every moving part of a chainsaw should be or would benefit from lubrication. Also, regular inspection of the motor, chain, oil, and guide bar is wise. A chainsaw is a powerful and dangerous tool.

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5 Tips for Every Amateur Painter

1. Tint the Primer
Primer is important and often overlooked. Whether it is interior or exterior, a coat of primer is key to obtaining professional-looking results. This applies to previously painted surfaces, raw wood, new drywall, etc. Continue reading