30 Easy DIY Projects That You Can Do with A Rotary Tool (Part 2)

This is the second article in our series “30 Easy DIY Projects That You Can Do with a Rotary Tool“.

In the previous article, we have introduced 15 projects that take advantages of a rotary tool and its rotary cutting accessories, sanding and engraving accessories.

How to Use Rotary Tools

Here in this article, we’ll go through 15 more projects on how to use a rotary tool that surely amaze you with the versatility of a rotary tool and make your life easily.

Now, let’s start!

16 – Remove Grout With a Rotary Tool

Grout removal is one of the handier uses of a rotary tool.

I specifically bought my rotary tool for a grout removal exercise when remodeling my bathroom floor. Whereas I use it for tens of other projects, I have used it severally for grout removal around my home.

It works faster and perfectly compared to other alternatives!

How to Use Rotary Tool - Remove Grout with a Rotary Tool
Remove Grout with a Rotary Tool

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12 DIY Projects That You Can Do With An Oscillating Multi-Tool

An oscillating multi-tool can be one of the exceptionally good choices when it comes to selecting a tool to handle various work of a project.

Ever since it was invented, the multi-tool has become a reliable companion that provides a safe and efficient way to handle various tasks.

With the right blades and accessories, the oscillating tool simply allows you to cut through a range of materials including wood, fiberglass, drywall, metals, plastic, etc. with absolute ease.

It also features interchangeable heads for handling different applications like cutting, sanding, grinding, scraping or polishing.

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How To Hang Curtain Rod And Curtains Using A Laser Level?

Hanging curtain rods and curtains is one of the most deceivingly difficult tasks. On the surface, it is quite simple. After all, you might say how difficult it can be to screw two brackets and hang a rod between them.

Well, if you won’t be bothered with crooked or slanting curtains, it is fairly simple. A fool’s job really.

However, if you don’t want your spouse to remind you every waking hour about your sloppy job, then it is fairly a tricky task, which must be done with utmost care. And, by the way, your pesky neighbors will notice your messy and slack work.

Types of Curtain Rods

Before we proceed, let’s take a brief look at the type of curtain rods.

  • Classic or Standard Rod

This is most commonly used curtain rod and is more functional than decorative.

This inexpensive rod has an adjustable pole with ornamental end caps, often called finials, which can be attached to the wall with brackets.

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