We’re quite fond of Tekton’s USA-made bungee cords and straps!
This new Incra PushGuard push block is chock-full of added safety features.
Amazon makes tablets, E-readers, and phones, and now they make outdoors extension cables too.
Meet the DualSaw reciprocating saw, a double-bladed saw that’s said to provide reduced kickback, improved control, and less vibration, but there’s a catch – you can only use their blades!
While searching for “no bounce” flooring, I found two interesting products that should help reduce dropped fasteners from bouncing away and getting lost: the Duratrax Pit Mat and the Pro Circuit Pit Rug.
Piranha Lox’s quick-release mounting system can be used to secure small items to walls and other vertical surfaces.
Veritas Drywall Nuts offer a great new way to mount things to drywall-covered wood studs.
How big should a workbench be?
Big Ass Lights are exactly what you might think – huge output LED light fixtures.
Save your knees with a foam kneeling pad!
Scotch’s Extreme Fastener strips are a great alternative to Velcro and hook and loop products for mounting objects (up to 2 pounds per inch, 10 pounds total) to other surfaces.
Craftsman has come out with new premium workbenches that are very nicely made and easy to assemble.
Did you know that Husky also makes a technician-style tool case? It looks like it could be a great inexpensive tool organizer.
The much-liked and value-priced Craftsman Professional bench vise is back in stock!
Dremel has come out with a new tabletop sharpening station that can be used on knives, certain scissors, drill bits, and wood chisels.
Once you try Scott Rags in a Box, you might never want to go back to using disposable paper towels or reusable cloth rags ever again!
Medical-style shears are great multi-purpose utility shears that belong in everyone’s tool box.
Bulb syringes are inexpensive medical accessories that can be useful in the home and workshop!
Got any tool maintenance tips you’d love to share?
Going through your pricey nitrile gloves too quickly? We started using cheaper disposable vinyl gloves for quick and light-duty tasks.