No daily issues or small DIY projects can be done without a few basic tools. If you want to assemble a set of basic tools for yourself or serve them as a gift, the following article will tell you how to choose the best tools and provide you with the basic introduction of each tools, like hand tools, power tools and woodworking tools.
Hammers Striking: A hammer is to nail some 2x4s together or unclench some unmatched materials apart. If you are going to do with many projects, a nail hammer may be your best choice.
Head Screwdriver: When you plan to perform maintenance for your car or any perform maintenance, a Phillips head or flathead screwdriver is necessary. Also you need to prepare all sorts of tips for screwdriver in order to meet all the situations.
Tapeline: As a saying goes, "Measure twice. Cut once." A tapeline is used for a measure of great length, and with it in hand, things will be more easier.
Box Wrench: A box wrench has an advantage over some good tools, like regular adjustable wrenches or some channel locks, since this kind of wrench can make it easier on loosening and tightening bolts, especially in tight spaces. Sockets are commonly available in fractional inch and metric sizes, some may have both features.
Pinchers: There should be many kinds of pinchers in your tool set, like needle-nose type and slip-joint type. And these are often used for clamping, twisting, prying, and cutting.
Snap-off Knife: The snap-off knife is considered as one of the most popular tools among household items. A knife with a built-in sharp blade is essential when it comes to cutting drywall, cardboard or wire. Moreover, it is more safer when you handle with these blades.
Small Gears: Make good preparation for your tool set with all sorts of nails and screws so as to meet the unexpected needs.
Drill: A power drill is as important as the other tools, it can make tasks like hanging pictures, drilling pilot holes and insert screws into drywall and wood a lot easier, provided one has the appropriate drill bits.
Tool Belt and Tool Set: A good tool belt can keep tools handy while you are working, and a stable toolbox is to keep members of the tools from injury. Your tools are ready to go.