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Home Remodeling - All about Power Screwdrivers



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By : Mark Radcliffe    99 or more times read
Submitted 2012-03-28 02:53:22
Have you ever had to deal with a stubborn screw that just wouldn’t go into the material like you Tn Requin wanted? How about one that wouldn’t come out for you? This can be frustrating as well as time consuming. Power screwdrivers are a great solution for these issues. They are very efficient and inexpensive.

In line power screwdrivers are designed for basic household projects. They aren’t too powerful, but more than sufficient to get the job done. For heavy duty projects, consider using a drywall screwdriver. Some models offer various speeds. There are several models to choose from. Some are very similar in design to a basic screwdriver. Other are shaped like the number seven, with a handle for you to guide the screws in. Others come with a handle that pivot to help you get into just about any angle you can imagine.

Select a power screwdriver that fits well in your hand. Some of the handles are rough and others have a soft, foam grip to them. Hold the power screwdriver in your hand and see how it feels after a few minutes. If you will be using it for lengths of time then comfort is very important. You don’t want to end up with sore hands or blisters.

Different power screwdrivers have varying amounts of torque power and speeds. You will want to compare this information before deciding on the power screwdriver you wish to purchase. Take some time to review what each power screwdriver is recommended for. Compare that to the projects you are likely to undertake with the power screwdriver.

It is good idea to keep your power screwdriver fully charged. This will give you the best possible results from it. If the battery won’t hold a charge for very long, you are going to have to replace the battery. Some people choose to purchase a second battery separately so that they can have one charging and one in the power screwdriver. This is highly recommended if you will be using the power screwdriver on a regular basis.

For those of you who intend to use your power screwdriver regularly, consider purchasing a power screwdriver kit. It comes with a sturdy carrying case. Inside you will find the power screwdriver and a slot for each accessory. You will often get many sizes of tips to use. It will also include a power cord. Some of the power screwdriver kits also include an extra battery as well as a charger that plugs into your cigarette lighter. You can get a power screwdriver kit at a much better price than having to purchase accessories separately.

Very few accidents actually occur from using a power screwdriver, but they can. While using a power screwdriver, remember the driving force behind it. Both of your hands should be away from the area that turns. The turning blade can slice your hand if you aren’t careful. It is a good idea to use eye protection as well.

Power screwdrivers will drive through most anything. It is very important that you make sure there are no power cords or wires behind the area where you are working. Keep your hair pulled away from your face as well. Leaning forward to see your progress can result in loose hair getting caught and twisted.
Author Resource:- Mark Radcliffe can be found at: Remodeling Your Home orHome Improvements Free Report
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