Archive for the ‘tools’ Category

 

Mr. Pung plunger was a clog remover device that uses Instantaneous pressure penetration technology. The device was designed to fit into curved drains. It can remove hard objects or things that cannot be dissolved by acids such as diapers, napkins, hairs, fatty food waste and many more. The device is very hygienic it helps you to avoid contact of the water in the drains and prevents overflow. The device uses the powerful turbo pressure spray principle that transforms liquid carbon dioxide to gas. It comes with three different attachments that were useful to all kinds of drains. The product uses a pressurized CO2 in a cylinder that will be put at the end of the device and by simply activating the device and putting it into the clogged drain the device will instantly remove the clog. MR PUNG will clear even the most stubborn blockages standard plungers or rods cannot shift. MR. PUNG can also be used regularly to keep pipes perfectly clear. Contains no chemicals, makes no mess, simple, safe and highly effective!

Using the right kind of brush for painting is important. If you’re going to paint your house with any kind of paint, it is much better using a synthetic kind of bristles of a brush. Because if you’re using a natural one, it will easily break or soften its bristles when it wet. Choose a polyester bristle is the best, because it is consistent even when it’s wet and it can maintain it shape as you use it. Good painting can also depend on the size of brush. For average room you can use 4” brush with a 1 ½ “ straight edge brush for sashes and and 2 “ brush for trim. There are many budget kind of brush but don’t skimp your brush because it will produce poor performance and it will manifest on its result. 

Are you trouble with the increase of rats in your home or perhaps in your farm? Mice and rats, these pests can damage your walls, eat your food, and cause all sorts of problems.  I just share with you the way of effective in destroying them…. we do not use any toxic chemicals or harmful to the people around us.

 

 Fill your toolbox with these essentials so that you’ll be ready for any home projects or emergencies.

 

Hammers

Two hammers should be enough to start your toolbox. Get one heavyweight and one lightweight.  The bigger the nail, the heavier the hammer should be. This will help you in pounding nails, crowbar action, or even pulling nails.

 

 

 Drill and Bits

A multipurpose drill can be used for a large number of tasks.   This is the most comfortable when tired hands have turned many screws.  A multi-purpose drill can be used not only to bore holes, but also to screw-head bit making it go quickly inside the hole.

 

Screw Drivers

A Flathead screw driver is great for replacing switch plates.  Philips screw driver is one of the common tools in any toolbox.

 

 

 

 

Hacksaw

You should get at least one cutting tool, bigger than a utility knife.  This can be used for cutting plastic and metal pipes, wood, threaded rods, brackets, and many more.

 

 

 

Extension Cord

Keep an electrical extension cord around the house.  This will help you extend the limited cord of your tools to your jobsite, or any outdoor activity.

 

 

 

Nails

Keep a good selection and some general-purpose nails so you will always have choices available.  A box with compartments is helpful for separating nail types and sizes.

 

Tape Measure

Your tape measure is indispensable for figuring out placement of objects, measuring window blinds, furniture sizes, or hanging artwork.

 

 

 

Adjustable Crescent Wrench

You don’t have to own a full set of wrench just get one or two adjustable wrenches; since its jaws may be adjusted to fit nuts and bolts of different sizes.  Some self-adjusting wrenches are self-ratcheting, meaning you don’t have to remove them from the bolt to tighten it.

Utility Knife

Use this for breaking down boxes, scoring drywall, making precision cuts, or cutting the tops off glue bottles, and so on.

 

 

 

Scraper/Putty Knife

Putty knives are not just for applying putty, paste and spackle. They are super useful for removing old decorative coverings or scraping down loose and flaky surfaces.

 

 

 

Pliers

Buy pliers of different types and sizes.  Locking pliers are a good multipurpose gripping tool.  Get channel-lock pliers for larger pipes and valves.  Electrician’s pliers have a fine point and can usually strip and cut wires.  Small needle-nose pliers are great for getting into tight spaces.

 

 

Hex Keys or Allen Keys

These are great for putting together furniture, especially assembling bicycles, and for hanging towel bars.

 

 

Wire Stripper

This has a blade to cut and remove the plastic coating of the wire to make electrical connections.

 

 

Gloves

You should have plastic gloves for cleaning or refinishing and a leather-type work gloves for dirty work and gardening.

 

 

 

Flashlight and Batteries

Repairs can happen in dark and even when the power is out.

 

 

 

 

Step Stool

This is necessary to install light bulbs, dusting the cobwebs out of corners, and everything that out of your reach.