Leslie-Alma Normore

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Mark, Don't Measure

Mark, Don't Measure - Holding trim in place and marking it is always more accurate than measuring, often faster and it eliminates mistakes. This is good advice for other types of carpentry work too, like siding, laying shingles and sometimes even framing.

If you’re into DIY projects, building DIY furniture or want to get into it, one of the tools you’ll use the most is a miter saw. Today we’ll look at when to check your saw for accuracy and how to adjust a miter saw for accurate cuts every time. For your convenience this post contains …

If you’re into DIY projects, building DIY furniture or want to get into it, one of the tools you’ll use the most is a miter saw. Today we’ll look at when to check your saw for accuracy and how to adjust a miter saw for accurate cuts every time. For your convenience this post contains …

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23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook Useful Life Hacks, Life Hacks

23 Mind-Blowing Hacks a door that doesn’t latch properly, chances are the latch and strike plate are just a little off. Use a bit of lipstick and tape to test and see exactly where your strike plate needs to be moved to get the door to close properly.

23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook Useful Life Hacks, Life Hacks

23 Mind-Blowing Hacks a door that doesn’t latch properly, chances are the latch and strike plate are just a little off. Use a bit of lipstick and tape to test and see exactly where your strike plate needs to be moved to get the door to close properly.

I've Been Drilling Pilot Holes Wrong My Entire Life. Here's How I Learned to Correct My Technique. | Man Made DIY | Crafts for Men | Keywords: diy, how-to, wood, workworking

My problem was a lack of understanding about how a screw joint actually works. It's not the threads biting into both pieces that secured everything in place. Rather, the strength of a screw joint comes from the threads pulling the screw through the bottom