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Category: Power Tools

Power Sander Buyer’s Guide

Find out which power sander is the best fit for the job with this buyer’s guide from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When it comes to home improvement projects, having the right tools for the job is a must. If you have a sanding project, you might not know which type of power sander will work best. Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to help you choose the right power sander(…)

Grinders & Polishers Buyer’s Guide

Learn about the different types of grinders and polishers with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Grinders are used for cutting, grinding, polishing, sanding, sharpening and more. Different types of grinders are used for different applications. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you’ll know which grinder you need to get the job done right. Read through our grinders and polishers buyer’s guide. Types of Grinders & Polishers Angle Grinder An(…)

Air Tools You Should Own

Air tools have a lot of benefits. They produce high speeds with lower torque and inertia than electric tools. They are also smaller and more compact. There are lots of reasons to use air tools, and Blain’s Farm & Fleet has put together a list of air tools you should have in your toolbox. Must-Have Air Tools There is an air-powered version of just about any power tool out there.(…)

Woodworking Power Tools You Need

Whether you’re a woodworking pro or an amateur, woodworking power tools can save you a ton of time in the wood shop. Using a power version of a woodworking tool will require you to learn new techniques, but if you’re new to woodworking, you probably haven’t mastered hand tools yet. This means getting a start on woodworking power tools now won’t mean that you have to reinvent the wheel. For(…)

Power Saw: Which One Do I Need?

When you look for a power saw, there are a lot of features you might look for. These include laser line guide, dust collectors, or multiple or changeable grips. But what about the saws themselves? There are a lot of different kinds of power saws. First, there’s the debate of portable versus bench or table saws. Then there’s the different kids of saws in each of those categories. Each of these(…)

Bench Grinder Buyer’s Guide

A bench grinder is key to maintaining the rest of the tools in your shop. You can use it to sharpen pretty much anything with an edge. From chisels to lawn mower blades, you can prolong the useful life of your tools by investing in a bench grinder. Bench grinders don’t cost much, and they easily pay for themselves in the long run by making the rest of your tools(…)

Jigsaw Buyer’s Guide

A jigsaw is a versatile tool. No pro or do-it-yourselfer should be without one. They can make straight cuts, curved cuts, cross cuts, and plunge cuts. This can cut down on the number of saws you need for your next project. But there are a lot of different options to choose from when you’re buying a jigsaw. Jigsaws range in price from $30 all the way up to $200. That should(…)

Screw Extractor: Easy Out

Anyone who’s ever driven a screw knows that screw heads can strip out pretty easily. This leaves you with no way to drive the screw further in or draw it back out. At that point, you could be stuck starting over on your project. Or you could get a screw extractor. Screw extractors are used for removing damaged screws or bolts. They are usually bits that fit into your cordless(…)

What Does Air Compressor Oil Do?

Air compressor oil is specially formulated for air compressors. It performs many important functions, including cooling the compression, lubricating the compressor, and acting as a sealant. Without air compressor oil, your compressor would heat up more quickly. For many compressors, overheating causes an automatic shutdown, so the way the oil removes heat allows your compressor to run longer without overheating. Your air compressor would also leak more air without air compressor oil serving(…)

Air Tools: Durable & Efficient

Find out why you’ll want air tools before you start your next home improvement project. Air tools are driven by air, which comes from an air compressor. When you shop for an air compressor, you will need to match the PSI (pounds per square inch) to the tool you’ll be using. If you don’t have the proper PSI coming from the air compressor, your tool won’t work properly. For example,(…)

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