Tool usage for handy fathers
Proper tool usage, maintenance, repair and techniques for handy fathers.
The most time-consuming portion of my pantry remodel was hanging the drywall. In this post I hung drywall, mudded, sanded, primed and painted. There are a handy few tips included for cutting costs as well as links to the tools I used.Continue reading →
How-to caulk a bathtub or shower enclosure – This is a common DIY project for the Handy Father. Steps to remove caulk and lay a perfect bead of caulk on your bathtub or shower enclosure.Continue reading →
How to fillet bluegill? That is the question! I find it best to start with a decent sized bluegill, but if you have a whole mess of them to clean, don’t start with the biggest. With repetition, your skill will grow, so don’t waste meat on the big guy. Focus on these few tips for filleting bluegill.Continue reading →
The best fillet knife is a good and sharp knife. That much is obvious. It should also be flexible with a handle that is easy to grip… Until recently I had a cheap fillet knife that was not of good quality. It came as part of a fishing set that I got on clearance at a store that was closing….Continue reading →
A story about stump removal Axe Handle Repair or Replacement: After spring breaks, handy fathers are outside using their tools. This is the first spring in my new home, and I’ve noticed a few stumps in the yard. I mean to have them removed. Living in town, I’ve had no reason to own an axe. I had never done Axe … Continue reading →