There are lots of tools that seem to have different names for the same thing. But do they? Or are there important differences between the different names we essentially use for the same thing? Do scissors and shears differ? Are a spade and a shovel the same thing? Spade versus Shovel Both are used for…Details
When you hear the word “scissors”, what do you think of? Household scissors? Sewing scissors? Electrician shears?
Or do you think of “Rock Paper Scissors”? It’s a childhood hand game that adults play for fun and to make decisions or choose a winner. Our kids play it. We play it. Our parents played it. But there’s a lot we bet you never knew about this ancient game…Details
One of the most annoying things for any handyman or woman is a stripped screw. What is a stripped screw, you ask? It simply means that the head of the screw is damaged and that it is difficult or even impossible to turn using a screwdriver or even a drill bit. When a screw becomes stripped, using a basic screwdriver to remove it is not sufficient – it just won’t work. You need to know how to remove a stripped screw.Details
We’ve talked in depth in our last few Blog articles about why Vampire Tools electrician scissors and shears are the best in the world.
Today we’re going to take a very light-hearted look at some of the strange superstitions that surround scissors, as well as some other fun facts about these integral and very common tools we use every single day…Details
One of our great products at Vampire Tools is our electrician scissors. Also known as electrician shears, these scissors are specifically made to be safe for use by electricians and others undertaking work near any kind of electrical wires.
Electrician’s scissors or shears are designed to safely cut cables, copper sheets, strip insulation from wires, clean electrical boxes, and crimp terminals.Details
Vampire Tools is very proud to supply a variety of shears across a range of price points and which suit many different purposes. We know ours are the very best shears available on the market.
Shears differ from scissors in that they have longer blades, asymmetrical handles shaped for the thumb and two or more fingers, and an extra strong fulcrum force to better cut through thicker materials.Details
Here at Vampire Tools, we proudly state that we sell the best scissors in the world. It’s a big claim! It’s a claim we stand by.
We sell a variety of shears and scissors with a range of price points and to suit an array of different purposes, including Kevlar scissors, cutters, and all-in-one electrician scissors. We also sell unique super-combo scissors which are multipurpose – we believe every home, office, and workshop needs a set!Details
You’ve purchased the best shears or scissors you can afford – whether they are multipurpose, electrician shears, sewing scissors, kitchen shears, or designated for another purpose, you want them to last a long time and remain as good as new.
How do you achieve this?Details
Here are some other uses for WD-40 and also some interesting pieces of trivia relating to it!Details
WD-40 is the trademarked name of a water-displacing spray and penetrating oil. Its active ingredient is non-volatile viscous oil that remains on any surface to which it is applied. It protects these surfaces from moisture and provides lubrication. It is fantastic for protecting tools, extricating jammed bolts and screws, removing dirt, preventing rust, loosening stiff locks and zippers, and displacing moisture.Details
Scissors are just a normal part of everyday life for most of us – we barely give them a second thought. But from electrician scissors to Kevlar shears, scissors are a tool that we all use and which we all take for granted. With this in mind, ere is a Short History of Scissors.
Scissors are nothing new in the last century – or even in the last millennium. Many people believed that they were first invented by Leonardo Da Vinci; however the humble set of scissors is much, much older than this…Details