Work wear worthy of combat and cool clothing—just in time for climate change!
A better multi-tool, superior sandpaper, and some tidbits you may not have seen yet ...
Swindle Amaze your co-workers with this tailgate bar trick!
The continuing saga of a year's worth of tools reviewed in a weekend: demo, digging, door-setting, and deep-detection
It depends on a lot, but here are some things to think about
Three work vehicles that are cool, useful, or interesting from the National Hardware Show
Protected, connected, and groovin'...
Field-testing a tool pick from the National Hardware Show
The answer to the problem of drywall dust in the dry cleaning?
Corners need hugs, too
Three tools that rock: Hex wrenches that stick, pliers that can double-down, and all of the drivers you'll ever need—in one pack.
Joint a step and use a plywood sled to plane a parallel surface, flip, repeat.
Five ways to draw circles
A fire-starting snack that knows no borders
The lead extends like a razor knife, and stays razor sharp
Textured drywall patches in a flash—and the cleanup is even faster
The Straight Flush Saw is an entirely new type of worm drive saw.
A better mousetrap that actually catches mice. Or at least pours gas without getting your hands gassy
Quiet, rust-free, light-weight compressors for jobsite, shop, or finish carpentry projects
Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in construction, accounting for one in three deaths, or roughly 267 people every year in the US