Whether you’re a handyman or a handywomen, you need a well-equipped toolbox to get you through the ups and downs of daily living. A good kit of the essentials is all it takes for simple repairs and DIY projects, but if you’re the type of person to use the heel of a shoe to add nails to the wall, you might need a refresher of the basics. Here’s a quick list to help you start building your own toolbox:
Here a list of what got us through several years of renting without fail, doesn’t take up much space, and now gets plenty of use with us in our first home:
1. Power Drill
2. Screw Driver Set
4. Duct Tape
5. Tape Measure
7. Extension Cords / Power Strip
8. Utility Knife
10. Step Stool (or ladder)
11. Allen Wrenches
15. Assortment of fasteners, hooks, hanging strips and reusable poster tack
Found at ApartmentTherapy.com
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