Tools explained indoor addition.
1.The common butter knife is the indoor screw driver. Designed to almost get the screw out until you give up and go to the garage to get the right screw driver. It almost works on both Phillips and flat bladed screws.
2.The kitchen chair is the indoor handy man’s ladder. For installing Curtin rods while testing your balance at the same time. Also if the chair has a wobbly leg it can help to develop leg strength.
3.Bobby pin replaces the all when your child has discovered how to use the lock on the bath room door. Also known to be a good used as tooth pick but not recommended for persons using Brill Cream because it’s just in poor taste literally.
4.Steak knife, just as good as the utility knife for ruining things you bought on the internet the only difference from the utility knife is the steak knife leaves that nice scalloped design on whatever you have ruined.
5.Turkey baster, Let’s just say this may come in handy, well let’s not go there, suffice it to say it can save you a lot of money in the fertility department.
6.The iron good for laminating heat glue edge bands. Not frowned on by the wife as long she is getting a new set of kitchen cabinets out of the deal.
7.Hair dryer Like it’s cousin the heat gun good for drying paint in January and installing that plastic film that really doesn’t do anything for your heating bill. If you can get away with it, that model your daughter uses, you know the one it has 6,000 BTU and 900 cfm and is vary affective but don’t let your daughter catch you!
8.Emery board Makes a nice file but like the hair dryer watch out cretin female family members.
9.Finger nail clipper is the indoor equivalent of its outdoor brother wire cutters. Indispensable when you are too lazy to go to the work shop when doing a cable TV hook up.
10.Spatula What dosen’t this thing do.It can make a very efective ice scraper,wall paper remover,paint scraper,pry bar the possibltys are endless!
Let’s hear what you have to say. I know there are some tools that I have missed?