3 Innovative Tools You Never Knew You Needed
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Sure, you can complete DIY projects without these three products. But if you have them on hand, you'll reach for them time and time again.
This roll of CatTongue Grips tape will turn a slick surface into a non-marring, no-slip surface—and it’s as easy to apply as any tape, anywhere! Cut off a length and shape it to fit anything you want to give it some extra grip. Water bottles, kayak paddles, worn tool handles, bottoms of boxes or bins, the sky is the limit. You can find a 10-ft. roll online that will cost $20, so you can add that extra grip when you need it.
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If you’ve struggled to hang picture frames or other wall-mounted décor with keyhole hardware, this Accu Mount Keyhole Slot Marking Tool Set is just what you need. It quickly installs on the piece you want to hang, and when you press it against the wall, a small mark is made in the exact location you need to place the screw. There are lots of hacks out there that will allow you to do the same thing but if you want an easy way to make these marks, grab one of these keyhole markers online for $20.
Unlike rubber air hoses, Ridgid’s Lay Flat Air Hose is lightweight and non-marring. Unlike polyurethane hoses, it doesn’t form curly tangles, so you won’t feel like you’re wrestling with a giant Slinky. To avoid kinks, it has swivel fittings on both ends. But as usual, superiority carries a high price tag: A 50-ft. Lay Flat Air Hose costs about $45 at The Home Depot.
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