Owning your own power tools at home allows you to customize domestic DIY projects and renovations to your own needs, which can ultimately save you money. It’s a win-win situation if you increase the life of your power tools because you’ll need fewer resources to make new ones, which will benefit the environment. For tips on extending the life of your power tool, keep reading.
Observe the directions that the manufacturer has provided:
We advise reading the manual and any additional instructions provided by the manufacturer before anything else. Yes, reading the manual may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but trust us when we say the benefits will last.
Use the proper equipment for the job:
Using the wrong tools could endanger your safety or shorten the life of your power tools. The engine and accessories of the tool could sustain unnecessary damage from using the incorrect blade or drill bit.
Sharpening bits and blades are recommended
It is recommended because using a power tool with a dull bit or blade increases motor stress and decreases tool performance. Additionally, using dull blades can wear down the operator and reduce the life of the blade and bit.
Power tool bolts and screws need to be tightened:
This one is really easy! Your power tool’s nuts and screws may become looser over time as you use it. For the instrument to operate effectively and to prevent malfunction, make sure the mounting screws are tightened often.
Storage: To keep your power tools functioning longer, store them in a cool, dry place. Moisture will harm the electrical parts and degrade the body of your power tools. To keep moisture out of your tools, it’s a good idea to store them close to silica gel packs.
Squares Hardware carries a large assortment of power tools in Canada to meet your needs.