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The Family Handyman - Screws DIY Tip of the Day. Use this quick and simple way to get a screw started in a hard-to-reach place. Just poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape. by marjorie

poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape.

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This is a major life hack that i should never forget! Super simple and very accurate.

Simple Scribe - Woodworking - as always, thinking how this could be done in wood - by me even!

Simple Scribe - Pretty sure I have pinned this in a DIY wooden version. Concept is rather simple.

To drill perpendicular holes with a handheld drill, here’s an inexpensive solution. Grab a compact disc (scratched ones that won’t play work just fine for this) and center it on the hole mark. As you drill the hole, watch the reflection in the CD—keep the bit in a straight line with its reflection for a perpendicular hole every time. —Robert Heil, Wheeling, W.Va.

Grab a compact disc (scratched ones that won’t play work just fine for this) and center it on the hole mark. As you drill the hole, watch the reflection in the CD—keep the bit in a straight line with its reflection for a perpendicular hole every time.