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Removing rust, renewing putty, taking out damaged screws, locking setscrews. These are just some of the hard things a carpenter does to repair parts of your home. Want to know how he does these hard jobs easier? Here are top tips to address these tough carpentry jobs today.
-Rust Renewal. Rub the rusty spot with hard typewriter eraser to polish out the rust.
-Renewing Putty. Place a few drops of linseed oil inside a plastic bag with the putty if it is to hard to apply.
-Removing Damaged Screws. Grip the outside of the screw head with a locking-type pliers and use it as a wrench to turn the screw out of the hole.
-Bend Tubing. Fill the tube on the inside with a damp sand (always keep some handy for this purpose) then drain out the sand by tapping lightly with a mallet after bending it.
We have a long list of tips on how to make challenging jobs easier for carpenters, so make sure to read the rest of the document for details. You can also check out Oldfields.com.au if you need to get the right scaffolding product for your next construction project.