When John Doyle of Des Moines, IA needs to reach a screw into a tight spot, like when installing a lazy Susan bearing, he found that a small dab of glue stick helps hold the screw to the driver tip.
Harold Kimple of Solon, IA uses a quick trick to find the appropriate drill bit to match a dowel. He removes the cap from a Forstner bit and checks it over the end of the dowel. When it fits, he knows that’s the right drill bit to use for that dowel.
Becky Kralicek of Bloomington, MN found that wrapping sand paper around a drill bit was the perfect way to sand tight radii. Because her drill bits cover a variety of different sizes, she can always find one to match her cove.