how to use a grinder

How to Use a Grinder: Cut, Grind, Polish

 The angle grinder is a truly indispensable tool for many different projects. In fact, some tasks, such as cutting tile around an outlet, or removing old mortar are virtually impossible without one. Angle grinders are also among the most dangerous and intimidating tools there are. Lucky for you, our guide has everything you’ll need to know

how to cut a notch in wood

Woodworking 101: How to Cut a Notch in Wood

When it comes to woodworking, learning how to cut a notch in wood is an indispensable trickyou’ll need to learn. This will help make your projects stronger and more durable, while alsoproviding a decorative flourish that will add to the beauty of your project. But, notching wood can be intimidating, especially for beginners. Thankfully, when it

how to cut fire brick

Learn How to Cut Fire Brick For Your Next Masonry Project

Cutting any sort of stone or brick seems pretty intimidating. Add fire to the name, and it’s easy to feel like the project is way over your head. Fortunately, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. With just a bit of know-how and a few regularly available tools, the question of how to cut firebrick

how to cut aluminum siding

How to Cut Aluminum Siding: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

Aluminum siding is an affordable way to spruce up the exterior of any home. It’s a versatile material that’s durable and easy to work with. But, if you’ve never worked with aluminum siding, it can seem very intimidating at first. If you’re looking for tips on how to cut aluminum siding, you’ve come to the right

how to cut copper sheet

How to Cut Copper Sheet Like a Pro

Copper sheeting is versatile, and it adds a gorgeous finishing touch to many different projects at home. But, working with sheet metal can be intimidating, especially if it’s not something you’re familiar with. Fortunately, our guide will show you how to cut copper sheet like a seasoned pro, and by the time you’re finished reading, you

how to cut angle iron

How to Cut Angle Iron: A Quick & Easy Guide

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how to cut airstone

How to Cut Airstone: A Step-by-Step Guide

I remember my excitement when Airstone first hit the market. It was so realistic and lifelike, yet so lightweight and easy to work with. My first thought was “I’m putting this stuff over everything!” Thankfully my wife managed to curb my enthusiasm before the entire house was covered in faux stone, but the fact remains that

best woodworking glue

The Best Woodworking Glue For Your Next DIY Project

Wood glue isn’t exactly a new invention. In fact, glue and adhesives have been used since ancient times to complete woodworking projects. Though the concept is very old, the technology has certainly changed. In modern times, there are actually a number of different adhesives that are designed and best used for specific projects and purposes.

How to Build a Treehouse Without a Tree – Simple Video Tutorial

One cool dad shows us how to build a really awesome tree house without a tree and with as “little work as possible.” Check out these easy-to-follow steps to do your own DIY treehouse without a tree. Once you get up to the top of the ladder, you’re in sort of a “cage” because there

DIY bathroom cabinet project

How to Make a Rustic Bathroom Cabinet for Only $20

Organize your bathroom essentials with inspiration from the charming countryside. This rustic cabinet will only cost you about $20, but it’s as elegant and sturdy as any store-bought furniture. Just follow this simple How-To on making a rustic bathroom cabinet based on the YouTube video by TheRehabLife, and you’ll have your bathroom de-cluttered and perked up in

diy barn door floor mirror project

How to Make a Barn Door Style Rustic Floor Mirror

It’s always a good idea to have a large mirror around the house. They enhance most rooms because they catch light to make a room look way bigger and brighter. So if you’ve been planning to buy a full-sized mirror, consider making this one instead. This mirror matches all kinds of rustic furniture you might already have

Make portable shoe shelves

Build a DIY Rustic Industrial Shoe Storage Shelving Unit that Moves!

We keep buying shelves, but never seem to have enough of them when we need them the most. The closet’s all stocked and the empty ones are full. So how do you get more space for your stuff, especially a massive shoe collection? Enter the DIY Industrial Shelving Unit built by The Rehab Life that you can