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John Patterson

Hi there! My name is John Patterson. I’m a meticulous guy who loves to deal with the perfect tools for various needs. No matter if it’s a woodworking tool or gardening tool or anything else, I don’t compromise the quality and usability. Since 2010 I’ve been testing different tools for different DIY and professional tasks. Later in 2015, I decided to share my knowledge with the world. I started by answering people in the forums and several Q/A sites like Quora. Then I founded this blog to aid others like you with my knowledge and experience.

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6 Craft Ideas to Try During the Lockdown in 2022

By John Patterson

Everyone is in lockdown. Being at home all day can get really depressing as there is nothing much to do to keep us busy. What do you even do after you have already binged all the shows on your Netflix watch list? If you’ve run out of things to do in this quarantine, this post […]

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5 Best Staple Gun for Wood Reviews in 2022: Buyer’s Guide

By John Patterson

I understand how overwhelming it’s to pick the best staple gun when you have a lot of options to choose from. Getting rid of all those marketing gimmicks is undoubtedly a daunting task by all means. Don’t be troubled. Let me do the hard work of separating the wheat from the chaff for you. In this […]

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9 Essential Tool Kit Additions for Your Home in 2022

By John Patterson

If you live in the Rehoboth Beach area, you naturally want to ensure your home is kept clean and in good condition since you are surrounded by water. When it comes to the latter, there are various ways to maintain and enhance the condition of your home. This includes putting your DIY skills to good […]

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Front Tine Vs Rear Tine Tiller | Which One is The Best?

By John Patterson

Front tine and Rear tine tillers are an exciting topic to discuss. It’s because though both these machines do the same job, they have some differences that are worth mentioning. The construction is not the same. Besides the construction, the application is also different. They vary in robustness, maneuverability, the type, and area of your […]

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Barn Door Vs French Door: The Key Differences Explained

By John Patterson

Barn door and French door debate are not that hard to solve as you might have been thinking. It’s because the barn door is different from the french door, and each of them gives a different kind of look to your house. However, knowing the definition of each of the doors, their uses, benefits, and […]

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5 Best Carving Axes in 2022: Carving Axe vs Hatchet

By John Patterson

If you are thinking of choosing a random axe for carving is the be-all and end-all, then stop. Think again. It’s not like that. To pick the high-quality carving axes, you need to consider several factors that I’m going to point out soon. Considering those factors, I’ve presented the 5 best carving hatchets reviews here […]

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What is a French Door: French Door Sizes/Dimensions

By John Patterson

What is a French Door? French doors – Their appearance mostly symbolizes the type of door. French doors are some doors that have mullions and muntins, can be opened either inwards or outwards, and can be extended in full length. Both the two parts pivot on adjustable hinges and have opening and closing in the […]

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5 Best Locker for Jeep JK Reviews (2022 Update): Full Guide

By John Patterson

Nature adventures are always wonderful. There’s nothing more fun and thrilling than satisfying the guts of your human nature. However, for your own safety and experience, you need a good ride to navigate those rough and uneven terrains. For this purpose, you will find a jeep incredibly helpful. Sadly, there are certain situations where even […]

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6 Best Cant Hook and Peaveys in 2022: Buyer’s Guide

By John Patterson

If you want to work smarter rather than harder, using a cant hook or peavey is something you should consider while dealing with logs. No doubt about that. No matter if you are rolling a big log or a small piece of wood, you won’t want to bend too often and cause a back injury. […]

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