5 Drill Bit Kits We Think Every DIYer Should Have
There’s no such thing as a drill bit style that does it all. Different tasks call for different types of...
The Drilling Tip Every DIYer Needs to Know
Wood screws are almost always easier to drive and less likely to split if you drill pilot holes first, especially...
How to Make a Paper Towel Holder for Your Kitchen
Here's a quick and easy project to manage messes and spills.
Impact Drill: What It Is and When Do You Use it?
Impact drills, better known as impact drivers, are handheld tools designed to drive screws fast. We're here to help you...
Top Cordless Drill Drivers for 2020
A cordless drill is one of the tools you'll grab the most. Use this guide help you find the one...
Right Angle Drill: What It Is and When Do You Use It?
A right angle drill isn't a tool you'll see in every kit, so you may be surprised to learn just...
Drill Hack for Easy Eye Hook Removal
Check out this tip for easily removing eye hooks...your thumbs will thank you.
Why You Should Never Use Chrome-Plated Sockets with an Impact Driver
Have you ever chucked a chrome-plated socket into an impact gun or cordless impact driver to tighten a nut or drive...
Why We Love Impact Drivers
Impact drivers are one of the coolest tool inventions of the last few decades.
How to Make a Guide-Hole Drill Bit
When you have to drill through closed-up ceiling or wall cavities to run telephone...
Cordless Drill Holster
Make a nifty cordless drill holster by screwing a 45-degree 4-in. PVC elbow ($3) to the side of your workbench.
Pick the Right Bit Fast
Having trouble selecting the perfect-size drill bit for a particular bolt shaft?
So-Simple Drill Light
To see what I’m drilling, I attach a pen light to the top of my drill with rubber bands.
Framing Square Drilling Jig
Want to cut holes in the same spot in a whole pile of workpieces? Read on to learn how to...
Snap-On Fence for Band Saw and Drill Press
With a single one-handed bar clamp and a maple board (4 in. wide x 1-3/4 in. thick), you may have
How to Drill a Hole in Tile
Mounting towel bars, shower doors and other bathroom accessories often require drilling holes in tile.