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Category Archives: Tools


Hyde Tools® Vacuum Hand Sanding Kit I did not receive this tool as part of the Hyde Tools® Brand Ambassador program; I bought it myself and it is incredibly awesome! I did add an affiliate link to the sander (see Read more…


Hyde Tools® Quickly Clean Glove™ Thank you so much to Hyde Tools for providing this cool tool, and for asking me to be a brand ambassador! It was time to clean my aluminum work table… My gosh, it was really, really Read more…


Hyde Tools PivotPro® Outdoor Cleaning Water Wand Thank you so much to Hyde Tools for providing this cool tool, and for asking me to be a brand ambassador! Last year, I was asked to be a brand ambassador for Hyde Tools® Read more…


Sanding and Repainting the Legs of a Chair A huge shoutout to Hyde Tools for providing the Dust Free Sponge Sander used in this post! Thank you! So I scored a fabulous leather wingback chair at a thrift store. The Read more…


Hyde Tools® Stir Whip™ – Paint’s New Best Friend Thank you so much to Hyde Tools® for providing this cool tool, and for asking me to be a brand ambassador! So I recently decided it was time to finish painting the Read more…


The 17-in-1 Painter’s Tool from Hyde Tools Thank you, Hyde Tools, for asking me to be a brand ambassador to promote your awesome products and also for sending me this awesome tool to use in my DIY projects! At first Read more…


Getting the Job Done with Hyde Tools As a brand ambassador for Hyde Tools, I receive tools to use in my DIY projects and am asked to share the use of the tools on my blog and social media pages. Read more…


How to Make Biscuit Joints in Mitered Corners I really love using my biscuit joiner when building frames. I do not have holes to fill, and the frames look so much nicer! For a project I will share in the future, Read more…


How to Use a Router to Cut a Rabbet in a Frame In a large majority of the plans I create, a rabbet is cut on the back side of the frame in order to insert material such as glass, Read more…


How to Use a Biscuit Joiner to Make a Door Frame A biscuit joiner is one of the easiest tools to use… Though it looks a tad intimidating, it really isn’t! I recently used a biscuit joiner to construct the Read more…

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