Fastener & Nail Hardware

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How to Extract a Stripped Screw

Start with the simple solutions, then intensify as needed.

Caulking 101

Caulking around your bathroom is a necessity, and the process of doing it is broken down into easy steps here!

Fastening Nuts and Bolts: The Basics

Nuts and bolts are the basic building elements that hold materials together.

How to Nail Into Masonry

Nailing into the masonry work of your home may seem like a challenge, but it's actually quite easy.

Making Nailing Easier: Tips for Carpentry

Hit the nail on the head with these hammering tips for safety and efficiency.

Using the Right Fasteners

From screws and nails to bolts and rivets, here's the details on how to fasten your projects together.

Tips for Using Woodworking Clamps

Hold steady with these simple pointers for using wood clamps

Must-Have Welding Tools

15 things to make your welding jobs easier and safer.

15 Adhesive Glue Types and How to Use Them

Pick the best match for your materials.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Plastic Anchors

Save your drywall and your artwork with the right anchors.

How to Remove Brad Nails without Damaging Wood

Brad nails are thin and usually small nails.

How to Anchor a Free Standing Cabinet to Drywall

The key is to use the right tool to look behind the drywall.

Coil Nail Gun vs Framing Nail Gun

It's always best to use the best tool for the job.

Applying Leak Sealant to Central Heating

Leaks are never a good thing.

4 Tips for Drilling Pop Rivets

They have a specific purpose and are very useful.

5 Advantages of Using a Framing Nail Gun

You'll nail the task with this essential tool.

What is Elastomeric Sealant?

It is a must for some DIY projects.

Select and Install Cabinet Hardware: Knobs

Create the look and function you desire.

Mistakes To Avoid While Using A Pop Riveter

Connect materials together securely with these tips.

The Best Way to Install a Solid Rivet

Solid rivets work if you don't want to weld.

4 Popular Types of Screws

Brush up on the different kinds for your next project.