Whatever type of pliers you are using, whether you have an electrical job requiring linesman pliers or you need to know how to remove a stripped screw with pliers, there are some hard and fast rules for using them safely and also for keeping them in top condition for longer. Any good quality tool is an investment and you’ll want to keep yours in premium condition for as long as possible.
Every home has what we lovingly refer to as the “junk” drawer. Usually the bottom drawer in the kitchen, it’s a treasure trove of odds and ends from takeout menus to business cards for local plumbers and electricians, scissors to tape, and all kinds of other bits and bobs which we may rarely use but…Details
You’ve probably seen funny internet memes and even authentic vintage photos of teeth being pulled with pliers. While it’s true that dentists use specialized pliers to remove teeth, what we’re talking about here is the do-it-yourself job people have been known to do with lineman pliers and the like. But does it really happen? And what are the consequences?Details
Vampire Tools is very proud to be a premium provider of the world’s best shears and cable sleeve stripping knives, both throughout the Unites States and worldwide. Shears are an essential tool for all homes, offices, and industries, while cable stripping knives are invaluable when it comes to wire stripping and other similar tasks.Details
Here at Vampire Tools, we are very proud to be able to state, without reservation, that we offer the best scissors and shears available on the market today. Our range of cutting products is second to none in terms of material, workmanship, quality, and durability.Details
From Kevlar cutting scissors to household multipurpose shears, scissors are a tool we all have in our home or office in some form or another. They are a tool we can’t live without.
Scissors are not a modern tool; they have been in existence for many thousands of years. Popular myth has their inventor being Leonardo Da Vinci; however they actually pre-date Da Vinci as they were in use in ancient times.Details
We’ve covered the topic of the contents of a basic toolkit in previous articles for this blog; today we’re looking at some basic handyman skills that everyone – both male and female – should have. While you can always call a handyman to come and fix things in your home or office, it’s much better, cheaper, (and more satisfying) if you can do it yourself – and do it well. All you need are some basic tools like Kevlar scissors and lineman pliers and some know-how and you’re all set.Details