Carpenters Don't Want You Know This ! 3 Amazing Wood Tricks

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    The MakerThe Maker
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    In this video, you can find useful woodworking, Carpentry tips and tricks that you can use while doing woodwork. The woodworking tricks contain useful tips for both beginner and intermediate carpenters. You should definitely watch this wood and carpentry tricks video with useful tricks and tips such as how to easily screw a screw into the wood, how to hide the screw completely after screwing the wood, how to hammer the nail without cracking the wood.

Aaron Walderslade +103
Aaron Walderslade

1. Finish your screws by hand and never let the drill jump on the head. 2. Always insinuate a piece of scrap wood between the clamp and the wood so that you don't dent the wood. 3. Wipe away the excess glue before clamping it together or you may end up with the two pieces glued together.

Hace 8 meses
Staratel z
Staratel z

По пункту 3: между предметами, которые склеиваю, кроме очистки от клея, помещаю фрагмент полиэтиленовой плёнки. Предметы не склеятся.

Hace 2 días
Jay Gagne
Jay Gagne

Hit the pointy end of the nail with the hammer before you drive it in to prevent the wood from splitting 😕

Hace un mes
styx
styx

Pre drill if necessary

Hace 2 meses
Quentin Hacker
Quentin Hacker

it looks like he just had the wrong size bit with hardly any pressure. ive head to use sope or wax to prevent splitting but not just to drill in a screw,

Hace 2 meses
isailwind
isailwind

@NotEvenDeathCanSaveYouFromMe Robertson are way better than torx esp. if you have to take them out.

Hace 2 meses
Eric Scott +602
Eric Scott

OMG! I've been a carpenter for 35 years and have always been terrified at the thought of you guys finding all this stuff out. My worst fears are now realized!

Hace 6 meses
Enrico L.
Enrico L.

@Lisandro Jimenez lol

Hace 6 días
the mongoose
the mongoose

Painful to watch

Hace 15 días
Andraé T Kula
Andraé T Kula

😆

Hace 17 días
relentlessmadman
relentlessmadman

@Lisandro Jimenez pre drill with a shitty drill bit, would work just as well!

Hace 29 días
christopher D. +1
christopher D.

Lmao 🤣😂🤣😂

Hace un mes
John S +9
John S

A good way to prevent two boards that you are clamping together from sticking together should some glue ooze out is to put a piece of parchment paper used in cooking in between the two boards. That will prevent them from sticking togeter and the paper won’t stick either.

Hace 5 meses
Irena Bierzynska +10
Irena Bierzynska

Jestem kobietą, ale podziwiam te wspaniale sztuczki a właściwie tajniki pracy stolarskiej Brawo!!!!!👍👍👍

Hace 2 meses
sneezyfido +16
sneezyfido

It helps to get the screw in for sure. But reducing friction also reduces holding power. Don't do it if the build will have a force pulling on the screw along its axis.

Hace 6 meses
bee zee
bee zee

@chris bond do you have a channel or recommend one where one could learn from a high standard of excellence in carpentry?

Hace 25 días
chris bond +8
chris bond

Sorry , but you are wrong. End of. As a time served, Master carpenter and joiner, O.N.C ,, H.N.C. C&G and started in 1965, I have worked on Cherished buildings, listed buildings protected buildings, and indeed my joinery, (I had my own joinery and wood mill, and an engineering factory) Is in the oldest still lived in property in the U.K. And I can tell you in the days of yore, they used tallow, and or candle wax to lubricate screws, and bloody large ones at that, I have unscrewed 4 inch 20's steel countersunk screws from oak that were still solid and holding fast after over a hundred years, and there were only four of them holding up a huge oaken staircase to a factory, which I sadly , very very sadly had to rip out and replace with an iron staircase to comply with fire regulations. Lubricating screws is also common, most hardwoods, and on wooden boats, to no detriment. Tips and tricks from a non tradesman timber waster. Sorry chap, but clearly you are no tradesman, and little more than an amateur wood butcher. You would be better off cutting firewood with a bolster and rubber hammer so you don't hurt yourself!!

Hace 6 meses
heinzpg
heinzpg

I don't see any problems with a force trying to pull out the screw. There would be only problems with some influence, which tries to turn out the screw, but just pulling on the screw will not have this effect. However, liquid soap is much more conveniant to lubricate a screw than the soap shown here.

Hace 6 meses
1994toyo +71
1994toyo

The pre-drill to help eliminate splitting works, for sure. What also almost always works is to glance at the tip of your nail. There are two sharp edges and two wedge shaped edges. Turn the nail so that the sharp edges are across the grain and they will cut through not wedge it apart.

Hace 8 meses
Steven Nixon
Steven Nixon

@1994toyo it probably takes about half a second to blunt your nail a little bit and then nail it with the grain belt and braces yeah

Hace un mes
Matthew Comba
Matthew Comba

Whoah 🤯 I don't want to sound daft but I don't understand what you mean. Wait I figured it out wow that's cool.

Hace un mes
1994toyo +2
1994toyo

@kenparker99 Those two methods work well except I have very little hair anymore and stopping to blunt the end of each nail is more time consuming than a quick glance and a roll with your fingers to make the nail cut through the grain rather than wedge it apart.

Hace 3 meses
kenparker99 +3
kenparker99

Could also turn the nail upside down to dull the point and the nail will not split the wood. Also rubbing the nail through your hair (if you have some) will lubricate the nail making it easier to nail.

Hace 3 meses
KCF MÓVEIS PLANEJADOS +1
KCF MÓVEIS PLANEJADOS

Tenho canal no YouTube e graças a DEUS fui campeão estadual e nacional em marcenaria em 1996 .... Dei aula no Senai.... Parabéns mesmo. Eu jamais imaginei isso. Top mesmo. Aprendi muito com os anos, mas sempre temos algo a aprender. Parabéns

Hace 6 meses
Cole Hyland +32
Cole Hyland

It’s amazing how putting soap on your screw makes you apply more pressure and drive it properly!

Hace 5 meses
Keto4Life
Keto4Life

Amazing how salt and hot water can improve an egg

Hace 2 días
L. Cleveland Major +4
L. Cleveland Major

The best trick is the hidden screw. That said, I know of few carpenters that ever need to use that one, including myself. I'm not just a carpenter, but also a cabinet and furniture designer and builder. Certain tricks I know help to not even need these tricks at all. If you had left the two boards clamped together more than ten minutes (like an hour or so), you'd have a hard time separating them. Wood glue is a particularly strong bonding agent for wood, being stronger than the wood itself. I have used it to repair split wood by just gluing it back together, and clamping it until it has cured. After the repair has cured I use sandpaper to make it appear as though it was never split at all. Now to call you out on one thing you did in this video that you should never do; sanding across the grain. If you leave it like that you defeat the purpose of your hidden screw. Always sand with the grain.

Hace 27 días
Juan Morales
Juan Morales

He could of used wax paper so it wouldn't stick. And you correct about the sanding. 👍

Hace un día
KCF MÓVEIS PLANEJADOS +10
KCF MÓVEIS PLANEJADOS

Parabéns. A dica dois foi top. Eu fui campeão estadual e nacional em marcenaria em 1996 e não sabia da dica dois. Vivendo e aprendendo. Top demais

Hace 6 meses
José Renato De Abreu
José Renato De Abreu

Só que tem um porém, o sabão em barra tem na sua composição soda cáustica e vai provocar que o parafuso mais venha sofrer uma corrosão, eu já vi isto a muitos anos atrás, valeu campeão.

Hace 27 días
J S
J S

What was tip 2?

Hace 2 meses
Mark Earls +1
Mark Earls

No way!!!I was 🏆 in 96

Hace 4 meses
Boomer Taylor +48
Boomer Taylor

Soap and wax bars are great but, no replacement for pre-drilling. Save the time and hassle. Dulling the tip of a nail also prevents the wedging apart (cracking) of wood when nailing. Doing both is bullet proof. Hiding the screw under a layer of the board is a brilliant idea. Thanks!

Hace 6 meses
Boomer Taylor
Boomer Taylor

@Toy Toy I already conceded that "you know best." And that I'm not arguing with you. Knock yourself out, do it your way and have fun. That's free will, my friend. I don't know what you want but, that's what you get from me. I'm on the "live in peace" side. And if everyone else agrees with you, far out. I think that the fact you can't control my thoughts bothers you more than the actual video content.

Hace 5 meses
Toy Toy
Toy Toy

@Boomer Taylor U seem very determined to support the unsupportable. This video shows ridiculously wrong methods - methods that will, and must, result in a weak, shoddy, ugly product. And there are people who trust something they see on YouTube, who will use these methods to make weak, shoddy, and ugly things. And you want to support that ????? As a matter of interest, check out all the other comments in this section that in various ways say the same thing as I'm saying.

Hace 5 meses
Boomer Taylor
Boomer Taylor

@Toy Toy Dude, "one more time," although you're convinced I am, I'm not arguing with you in case that hasn't sunk in yet. We each stated a point of view. That's what happens here. It's up to others to make up their own mind and I'm not threatened by that, which apparently you are because you're past making a point and treating me like I'm an idiot while ensuring your opinion (fact, whatever, don't get lost in semantics) is the last anyone sees. And you're examples to make your point are totally nonsequitor. Comparing the teaching of bad driving and endangering people's lives to making a bad joint finish and other similar comparisons are just silly. You could say "it's like teaching people that it's OK to feed wild sharks with your bare hands until they find out it's not..." Except it's not the same. At least, if you insist on making comparisons, keep them relevant in consequence to the topicat hand. You've also not gotten the gest of my point simply because it's not 100% in agreement with you. "Sure, you're right. It's 100% wrong." Is that better? Until someone decides they want to try the idea anyway and likes it, then your not. It's called free will and that's something you have no control over, which seems like an issue for you. You have your view, you made your point, at this point you're arguing with yourself. Nothing I say short of "you're 100% correct and I suck" is going to satisfy you so, you're never going to be satisfied. There's nothing

Hace 5 meses
Toy Toy
Toy Toy

@Boomer Taylor One more time. This video shows absolute wrong methods. For you or anyone else to say that teaching people the wrong way is OK, cos it will eventually lead them to discover the right way ... is ridiculous. Try this example. Your driving instructor teaches you all the wrong things to do when driving. When challenged, he says, well, it will (somehow or other) make you learn the correct way later. That sort of thinking is not just ridiculous - it's lunatic. And may I just point out one thing? This issue is not about your ego, or mine. This issue is about a video made by a complete amateur carpenter, showing people the totally wrong way to do carpentry.

Hace 5 meses
Boomer Taylor
Boomer Taylor

@Toy Toy Yup, that's me. Ridiculous. I'm glad that someone knows best for everyone, glad you set me (and everyone) straight. Heaven forbid anybody learn anything any otherway, you're right. That would be tragic. Don't worry, I'm obviously the knuckleheaded jerk everyone warned you about.

Hace 5 meses
Erin Nelson +2
Erin Nelson

Well, I'm glad at least ONE carpenter wanted us to know these 13 tricks. Very interesting. Thank you for sharing them. 😊

Hace 6 meses
Matthew Comba
Matthew Comba

You an amazing person. Damn I'm seriously thrilled. The soap didn't just work like a dream, it worked fast, compared to the one without soap. I'm stunned, I am absolutely stunned. I've totally subscribed to your channel. Looking forward to searching out your other posts. My Uncle is a master carpenter, he has never heard of this. Hes gonna try it now😁

Hace un mes
Tube You +1
Tube You

It’s the sharp conic ending part, the point of the nail, that has opened the way to split the wood into 2 if you do this at the edge: the wood here is not as strong enough as it is farther away from the edge area. We Vietnamese solve the problem like this: cutting the sharp point of the nail before hammering the rest of the flat nail into the wood, slowly enough and not forcing it in a hurry. Wood of low quality is often soft enough to easily receive the pointless nail. No drilling, no splitting open.

Hace 7 meses
Ronaldo Bilesimo +12
Ronaldo Bilesimo

Quanto ao uso de deslizante para parafusos: sempre que for colocar parafuso em madeira, faça um furo com a medida externa do parafuso na madeira que irá ficar a cabeça e um furo com a medida interna do parafuso na parte de fixação. Colocar parafuso direto na madeira causa dilatação, rachaduras se for na ponta e mal acabamento.

Hace 8 meses
The Sharkster
The Sharkster

Drilling a pilot hole and or holding down firmly on the drill would have accomplished the same thing. I do like your idea for hiding the head of a screw I'll have to try that one.

Hace 2 meses
Louis Pittman +105
Louis Pittman

As a carpenter, I do remember the secret meeting we all had where we'd sworn never to tell these secrets or suffer death. 🙄

Hace 6 meses
Joe Smith
Joe Smith

I had a trade secret building stairs for years and wouldn't show anybody else how to build them and put me out of business. Not something all Carpenters know how to do.

Hace 2 meses
Wayne Outhouse +1
Wayne Outhouse

Those tricks were freaking stupid in my opinion. Dude is definitely no carpenter.

Hace 4 meses
Leo M +4
Leo M

How y'all are gonna have to schedule an emergency meeting to decide how to punish this guy.

Hace 5 meses
EvAurich +1
EvAurich

Sssshhhhhhhhh!!!

Hace 5 meses
Alessandro +2
Alessandro

Ótimo vídeo, muito útil! Parabéns!

Hace 6 meses
Alessandro
Alessandro

@YouTukang hello bro

Hace 3 meses
YouTukang +1
YouTukang

Hell0friend

Hace 3 meses
Vědomý tvurce Nové země
Vědomý tvurce Nové země

Tak to je fakt super nápad,moc děkuji 😃😃😃

Hace 7 meses
Ross-Smith Family +3
Ross-Smith Family

Thank you so much... I loved it! I am not a professional carpenter, so these tips are fantastic to show me (and others like me) how NOT to ruin expensive materials we are using for projects.

Hace 6 meses
Shane +1
Shane

That second nail has less holding power due to reduction in friction from the surrounding wood.

Hace 6 meses
John Benson +2
John Benson

I appreciate your wisdom. I was my screws, particularly it thy are brass, because I have had way to many brass screws just torque out on me, but lifting up the veneer with a chisel to hide the screw - did you come up with that. There is. one aspect of the video having to do with the properties of wood grain that you could have demonstrated with the predrilled nail hole. The nails that we us. e today obviously come to a point. Original nails were made by a black smith that came to a flat head. Have you ever tried to pull one of these nails from a board. The whole on the nail is exponential stronger. The pointed nail splits the grain of the wood. You can still buy square nails but I believe it would be an expensive investment. Square nails do not split the wood grain because of they have to pointed end. Square nails cut through the finder of the wood grain and those cut fibers hold onto a nail like crazy. A square nail would not split the boards even it you did not predrill it. However, by pre-drilling the whole, the wood will fiber has now been cut and not split and is holding on to your nail many times better than nail in undrilled wood. Try it. I learned a cool little trick with the veneering over the screw. I love every chance I get to use a razor sharp chisel and I will trying out this method soon - sometimes I do like the look of screw plugs as well. Take the video to the next level and pull those two nails back out. You will definitely understand what I am talking about!

Hace 6 meses
Matthew Nace
Matthew Nace

You could also solve the first problem by finally giving up on the crappy Phillips screws and adopting sensible screws like the Robertson screws that we use in Canada, which are many times less likely to slip.

Hace 6 meses
Gilles Sotty
Gilles Sotty

Au top!!!! Merci pour ce partage.. des petits trésors d'astuces... longue vie à ta chaîne !

Hace un mes
Josh Davies Bespoke Timber Structures & Carpentry
Josh Davies Bespoke Timber Structures & Carpentry

In the first tip the reason the drill bit is turning on the screw head is because the wrong bit is being used for the screw. The screw looks to be a PZ2 and the bit appears to be a PH2. If you use a PZ2 bit then it wont spin. No need for wax. Simple.

Hace 5 meses
Tots Mini
Tots Mini

Terrific tricks!! THANK YOU now I can use these - Fantastic!!

Hace 2 meses
Надежда Икарус +1
Надежда Икарус

Бесплатный совет: сначало сверлим под шляпку свелом по дереву, потом под диаметр самореза. Тогда у тебя не будет от большого свела по металлу треугольника, который ты потом стамеской доделываешь.

Hace un mes
Mii +9
Mii

These were surprisingly interesting tips! One doesn’t always have good quality bits on hand And I never thought of using a chisel for that either. Clever!

Hace 10 meses
pleappleappleap +1
pleappleappleap

Do you not have to worry about the screw backing out?

Hace 6 meses
Suleiman Santana
Suleiman Santana

A dica 1 deixa o parafuso enferrujado e depois simplesmente não sairá. As dicas 2 e 3 são muito boas.

Hace 5 meses
M +1
M

Knew about the soap, but never thought of actually screwing into it w drill. Awesome.

Hace 3 meses
John Ramsay +1
John Ramsay

It also help if you use a matching bit, such as PZ2 in this case, not a PH2. :-)

Hace 6 meses
Rick Bateman +1638
Rick Bateman

Soap definitely helps but so does holding the drill straight and using the right size bit.

Hace 10 meses
Squirrel
Squirrel

I bet brotha the type to strip every screw 🤢

Hace 23 días
Doug Vensel
Doug Vensel

And so does NOT doing the vroom vroom vroom thing with the drill. Every time you stop and start the drill, it puts high torque on the screw to start it again. Once you pull the trigger, keep it going. Don't keep - start stop start stop start stop. Many screws have been busted off because people always do this. Once you get it going, keep it going until the screw is home. Just my 2¢. Oh, and I've used soap on screws since I was old enough to hold a screwdriver. But I like the bar soap trick. Kudos!

Hace 2 meses
D. Parks
D. Parks

@Lewis Wereb Funny how Black & Decker, Dewalt, Milwaukee, Makita, Bosch and many other companies sell drill bits, drill bit sets, drill bit organizers, drill bit extensions, brad point drill bits, twist drill bits…. Have I made my point? There is definitely such a thing as drill bits.

Hace 2 meses
Фарит Мансурович
Фарит Мансурович

Бред какой то. Наверно проще вначале просвелить.

Hace 3 meses
Stephen Altoft +1
Stephen Altoft

You should have used wax or soap on the second screw , and always use the correct screwdriver bit for the selected screw heads

Hace 3 meses
Deas Deaser +1
Deas Deaser

Here is a pro tip for you: When you are screwing into wood, instead of predrilling the hole, you can reverse the machine and rotate the screw where you want it. It won't go in but it will get warm and as you see the first smoke you are ready to go forward and drill in that screw without the wood crackin.. takes about 1-2 extra seconds per screw

Hace 6 meses
Pam Minnick
Pam Minnick

Thank you for sharing these little tricks!

Hace 5 meses
Stephen Shipley +2
Stephen Shipley

1: have you tried liquid soap in a small pot? 2: drill the wide hole for the counter sink first - then the small hole

Hace 6 meses
Cathy Kaiser +20
Cathy Kaiser

You can also use candle wax. Paraffin is a great liquid lubricant when sheared. If I am doing a large number of screws I melt some wax and dip the screws right into the wax. After it cools you can screw it right into the wood or predrilled holes. There is almost no resistance and no striped screws.

Hace 7 meses
Rea Chandler
Rea Chandler

Haha! Thankyou. I was wondering wether that was soap or wax!

Hace 3 meses
peter thornley +2
peter thornley

Use an impact driver.

Hace 7 meses
Aaron F
Aaron F

Trick one, although useful to use wax, was clearly a Philips bit with a pozi screw and poor drill causing the issue. Trick 2 also shows that he clearly has a pozi drive screw. My driver, with the correct bit, will not jump and slip like that.

Hace 4 meses
J Gauthier +2
J Gauthier

I can't wrap my head around that soap trick. Friction is what holds the screw secure in place and you basically take that out of the equation. If it unscrews more easily for you as you just shown, it will also oblige as well over time for no good reasons. Just use an impact driver. It will save you time as well.

Hace 7 meses
drumfanatik316 +1
drumfanatik316

The first “tip” with the bar of soap, I would just have to say, have you ever heard of an impact driver? Second tip was useful, but again, how about a countersink bit instead of trying to get it right with another drill bit? The last tip I agree with if you have to mail that close to the edge of the board. I like these videos and have found some of them useful, others…. not so much. All I’m saying is, if you’re going to do any type of woodworking, then buy the proper tools for the job at hand. You don’t have to buy everything at once but plan the project, and budget the cost of the right tools for the job in there!

Hace 29 días
felix cosma
felix cosma

En la parte del jabón si usas parafina de vela,no cera,es mejor xq lo podrás sacar después si lo requiere ya q la potaza q contiene el jabón oxida el tornillo y no permite sacarlo,el de la viruta también lo puedes hacer con una gubia para q quede más profunda y mejor para lijar,eso se usa para la construcción de barco donde se pega con cola antihumedad para q el tornillo no se oxide y el del clavo,prueba darle un martillazo a la punta del clavo y verás q es muy buena xq lo q raja la madera es la punta,los clavos para madera dura no tienen punta.Espero q no lo tome a mal ,lo q uno sabe o aprende debe compartilo para ayudar al conocimiento de los demás.Espero q me lo haga saber.

Hace 6 meses
Sam Art
Sam Art

Wouldn't liquid soap work the same way and been easier to be used?

Hace 6 meses
Ellen Bie +1
Ellen Bie

Será que o sabão não reduzirá a vida útil do parafuso?

Hace 6 meses
Xiangwei LIANG +1
Xiangwei LIANG

But will the strength or interlock be degraded?

Hace 6 meses
Robert Stonebreaker +28
Robert Stonebreaker

I am a carpenter I don’t mind anybody watching this I personally don’t use this stuff but whatever makes you happy is a good thing .

Hace 7 meses
Louis Pittman
Louis Pittman

Remember brother. We took a blood oath not to tell anyone about the soap.

Hace 6 meses
Kris Griffin
Kris Griffin

@Justin Keppler typographical error. 😄

Hace 7 meses
Justin Keppler
Justin Keppler

@Kris Griffin typo

Hace 7 meses
Kris Griffin
Kris Griffin

@Justin Keppler Kreg.

Hace 7 meses
Justin Keppler
Justin Keppler

I prefer the krieg for my hidden screws

Hace 7 meses
Fatima Almeida +4
Fatima Almeida

Sempre fiz isso p apertar parafusos com sabão. Aprendi com minha mãe. RS ótimo saber que tem mais pessoas fazendo a mesma coisa. 😆

Hace 10 meses
YouTukang +1
YouTukang

Salam alaikum

Hace 3 meses
Jroberto +2
Jroberto

Melhor usar cera de velas, o sabão depois de algum tempo vai oxidar o parafuso e se precisar retirar, já era!

Hace 9 meses
Linda Ramoss
Linda Ramoss

Excelente!!!

Hace 2 meses
Tube You +1
Tube You

The third has failed: the bigger nail has made the same mistake as the first one has, splitting the wood into two. The opening drill should have been a little bigger. The “initiative” is just trifling.

Hace 7 meses
Danilo Lima
Danilo Lima

Já sei o que fazer com as sobras de sabonete. Valeu a dica.

Hace 6 meses
James Austin
James Austin

Thanks for the advice, now it’s going to take me twice as long to build….

Hace 5 meses
he's the Master +32
he's the Master

To help in the first " trick" get a wax ring that is used to connect a toilet fixture to the floor. The wax is in paper and easy to work with . Just rub the screw threads against it. Store the wax ring in its box for later use. Don't use soap, it will rust ordinary screws. Pre-drill right size pilot hole for screw when working near an edge!

Hace 8 meses
vision
vision

@Cecil x 4

Hace 3 meses
Mark Earls
Mark Earls

Chmp

Hace 4 meses
Louis Warmoth
Louis Warmoth

@Army Vet bacon grease good for anything…frying eggs, collard greens, sauté squash and onions, screw threads, pop corn, snap beans, the list is endless. Thanks for serving our country.

Hace 6 meses
Army Vet +1
Army Vet

I use bacon grease

Hace 6 meses
Louis Warmoth +2
Louis Warmoth

Old timers kept a block of bees wax in their tool box…I still do.

Hace 6 meses
Gib Bogle +3
Gib Bogle

My father told me that trick. But there's no need to drill into the soap, just run the screw across the edge of the soap to get some soap into the thread.

Hace 7 meses
krrrruptidsoless
krrrruptidsoless

3:02 You know if you used soap on those threads...🤷 Here's a video demonstrating the technique https://youtu.be/zJYB3DD5Ew8 5:04 Scuff the end of the nail, taking off the point "some" by sanding or hammering it. At least that's what I've seen on vids

Hace 6 meses
William Harvey +1
William Harvey

Maybe if the person driving the screw held the drill in line with the screw. Also, all you have to do is rub the screw teeth on the soap, not drive a screw into it.

Hace 6 meses
Андрей Колесников
Андрей Колесников

Большое спасибо, крутое видео. Я поставил лайк и подписался на ваш канал.

Hace 5 meses
H N
H N

Using a Phillips head bit on a posi screw is always good practice 😁

Hace 6 meses
Raitis Nugumanovs
Raitis Nugumanovs

tip nr1. use pozidrive (PZ) heads on pozidrive screws, and philips ONLY on philips. tip nr2. use correct head size. (these screws are clearly PZ2. tip nr3. pre-drill before using screws that are thicker than 4mm (5/16 in), even in soft wood. tip nr4. limit the torque on your powertool.

Hace 3 meses
Earl G. +1
Earl G.

How did I ever make it without knowing this. Lol. Got things to do besides spending time on one screw. Never seen anyone else do this. Finish screws, nail guns and impact driver get stuff done.

Hace 6 meses
David Curtis +1
David Curtis

My father taught me these tricks 60 years ago. and his father taught them to him 40 years before that.

Hace 7 meses
Louis Martinos +3
Louis Martinos

You might want to pick up an impact... They're great for framing... In the absence of a pilot bit, tap the point of the nail with hammer, to make it ever so slightly blunt... It too, helps the board from slitting... Great video, thanks .

Hace 8 meses
Hope Filled Sinner
Hope Filled Sinner

Rubbing a screw or nail in your hair will have the same effect. Allowing you to drive it home easily. Also grinding the sharp point off a nail will stop it splitting wood.

Hace 6 meses
Jason Cunningham
Jason Cunningham

Also anytime steel or i on comes into contact with oak wood it stains it purple or black. Oak ash and iron filings were added to water in the old days to make ink for writing with a quill pen. So don't leave you need shest of oak faced plywood on the top of a steel table saw over night cause it will stain it!

Hace 6 meses
Stuart Parris +1
Stuart Parris

i think holding your driver bit square to the screw head will help drive it in easier as well hat way you dont strip the head....

Hace 7 meses
trackie1957
trackie1957

I use paraffin wax on screws. If I have a lot to do, I heat them and touch them to the wax. It coats them perfectly.

Hace 5 días
General
General

THANKS FOR REALLY GOOD CARPENTRY TIPS !!! Try this...turn the nail up-side-down with the head on something hard, and hit the point of the nail and blunt it. Then turn it around right and drive it in and it won't split, (unless it's so close to the edge, only a pilot hole will suffice.

Hace 2 meses
Nestor Chiaro
Nestor Chiaro

No utilizaría jabones para colocar tornillos, los jabones pueden tener sales o elementos oxidantes, utilizaría grasas lubricantes para mecánica. Muy útil el vídeo, gracias.

Hace 2 meses
BapCorp
BapCorp

I've been a carpenter for over 30 years, never used the soap method or seen it used on any building sites, I'd suggest a pilot hole is more practical.

Hace 7 meses
antonis konstantakis +8
antonis konstantakis

You know what else helps; holding the drill straight and using the right size bit!!!!

Hace 7 meses
The Inside Trader +5
The Inside Trader

I like how you predrilled the hole for the nail but used soap for the screw, is it a cleaner finish that way?

Hace 6 meses
Alan Wood
Alan Wood

Back in the late 60,s and early 70,s as an apprentice carpenter we all carried a small tin which contained tallow, animal grease, especially on hard woods with a correct sized pilot hole. No battery drills then only Yankee spiral pump drivers. Easy now.

Hace 2 meses
surfonaut
surfonaut

Run the drill backwards to finish the countersink, makes it cleaner. Good tips :-)

Hace 2 meses
William Hadley
William Hadley

I learned the soap trick in middle school wood shop. It really helps with hardwood. The hidden screw under the chiseled corner, that's a new one. Clever.

Hace 6 meses
William Hadley
William Hadley

@Mike Slater that is what pipe clamps are for. It makes sense if you're not going to laminate over the face and don't want filler to break up the grain. Also in a butt joint situation you could use a corner clamp.

Hace 6 meses
Alex Reid
Alex Reid

100% you’ve found out my secret. I always have a bar of soap in my tool belt 🤦‍♂️

Hace 5 meses
Gerson Defante +1
Gerson Defante

Isso aprendi com meu pai nos anos 90.

Hace 6 meses
Canal PARANABI +1
Canal PARANABI

muito bom, parabens

Hace 6 meses
YouTukang
YouTukang

😊😊👍

Hace 3 meses
k c
k c

With screw run it in reverse and push To pre drill partially then switch to forwards and screw it in. No drill required

Hace 4 meses
Rick62153 +6
Rick62153

My dad taught me the soap one and also drilling pilot holes before nailing. Both can save a lot of grief! The middle one was cool, but does take some patience and skill. Good ideas.

Hace 10 meses
isailwind
isailwind

hitting the tip of the nail with your hammer so the point is blunted will lessen the chances of wood splitting. But you really should pre-drill.

Hace 2 meses
Alexander Tetnyov +1
Alexander Tetnyov

Два с минусом, для саморезов PZ нужно использовать соответствующую биту нужного размера (а не PH, как в его случае) тогда проскакивать ничего не будет. Он теперь один знает, что внутри деревяшки саморез? Зачем? Показал бы на примере изделия. А последний не только к столяра относится.

Hace 7 meses
x19BEX91x +3
x19BEX91x

0:07 How about the correct bit size?

Hace 5 meses

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