Wonderful Weapons You Can Use to Win Your DIY War

by Jeff Williams

DIY is often something that makes people shudder. It’s not the most glamorous of tasks, and it’s not something we look forward to particularly. Whether you’re an expert DIYer or a rookie, you need to make sure you have the right tools.

There are certain must-have man tools that you’ll require to win this DIY war.

Take a look at these trusted weapons, and use them to wage war on the pesky household repairs!

Hammer

Old reliable! The hammer has been the cornerstone of DIY for decades. How else are we going to get the nails in? There are a few variations of hammer you should try to make sure you have. There’s a regular hammer, with head and claw. This is an absolute must. You could also go for a small hammer for use with tacks. And then there’s the lump hammer, as the sturdy, heavy counterpart.

Ladder

When you’re tackling home repairs and renovations, there’s a good bet you’re going to be climbing a lot. You’ll need to reach high places that are often out of reach. So you’re going to need a sturdy and safe ladder. You need to make sure you get one of these before you even think about starting any projects.

Tool Belt

It can be annoying having to stop a project, climb down and retrieve a new tool from the tool box. If only there was an easy way to have access to all the tools you need. Well, now there is, and it’s called a tool belt! You should add this to your shopping list right now. Not only do tool belts make you look cool, but they are also very practical and functional.

Glue Gun

Sometimes you’re going to want to repair things or attach things without drilling or hammering. So you’re going to need a strong adhesive that will allow you to do this. And this is why a glue gun is so perfect for DIYing. You may not use it that much, but you’ll be thankful for it. Whether you’re using glue squares or dots, the gun is going to prove to be a godsend. So make sure you check out the latest models on sale.

Power Drill

These days no tool box is going to be complete without the addition of a power drill. Drilling is a massive part of the DIY process. And a power drill makes all that much simpler and more effective. When it comes to buying a drill, it’s no use scrimping on the price. You definitely get what you pay for. So make sure you pick a reliable and trustworthy make that’s going to last you for years.

Screwdriver

Alongside the hammer, your screwdriver is probably the most common tool you’ll use. Think about how many things have or need screws. Try to make sure you have a few screwdrivers of different sizes so that you can tackle any screw situation. You also need get regular screwdrivers and Phillips-head screwdrivers for the different type of screw.

As you can see, there are a lot of tools that might be necessary for DIYing. And there are even some that haven’t been mentioned. But if you make sure you have these you can go into DIY battle knowing you will eventually emerge victorious!

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