PUBLISHED 2Aug2019: If you’ve been finishing wood with urethane for any length of time, you know that it has become significantly more difficult to get good results. As government regulations squeeze excellent urethanes out of existence, they’re being replaced by […]Continue Reading
Steve Maxwell, “Canada’s Handiest Man”, reviews Lee Valley All-steel Framing Chisels as must haves for the home woodworking hobbyist.Continue Reading
The large display face on this unique digital time clocks make time and date easy to read and see. It’s especially useful to ease the anxiety of people with age-related disabilities and dementia.Continue Reading
Tankless water heaters do three things that tank-style heaters can’t. First, they’re small. They take up little space because they sit on the wall, not floor. Second, they deliver unlimited hot water. A tankless heater never runs cold. And third, […]Continue Reading
UPDATED 8Jun2018: In theory, I suppose it’s possible to live without tools in your life, but why would you want to? So many of today’s home maintenance and fix-up jobs are a snap to complete with just a few basics, […]Continue Reading
*TOOLS: Watch a Milwaukee tape getting driven over by a truck.
*WOODWORKING: Learn how to sand wood perfectly smooth.
*WOOD FINISHING: Watch my favourite wipe-on poly in action.
*GOOD GEAR: See what makes some wood screws better.
Steve Maxwell, Canada’s Handiest Man, talks to the inventor of ChopShot, an innovative tool to get perfects cuts with your circular saw.Continue Reading
Steve Maxwell reviews 3M’s Pro-Grade abrasives and explains why it is important to sand your wood surfaces before painting or staining for the best end results.Continue Reading
Steve Maxwell reviews ScotchBlue Exterior Painter Tape and reveals how easy it is to make your outdoor painting projects look as great as your indoor ones.Continue Reading
Keep your yard neat and your neighbors happy with yard tools powered by a lithium battery. You no longer need the power of gasoline to prune back that growth.Continue Reading