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Where can I find free information or video on how to use power tools. Im a female and want to learn.?
I watch alot of TLC and HGTV, I want to try to learn how to make things that seem pretty simple and basic. I have a few ideas from there but it requires using saws and other equipment I have no idea how to use. How do I learn, I do have a Fiance but he is nnot a hands on type of guy, I dont think he knows.
Suggestion by flamingbichon
go to Home Depot or Loews, and ask them to show you.
Suggestion by eskie lover
Your best bet is hands-on experience. Both Lowes and Home Depot offer Saturday classes aimed at females who want to learn to use power tools. They also are very helpful because they have downsized tools that are convenient for us to use and start with. Their projects are very simple at first, like making shelves, mitering corners, hanging drapery rods, home repairs and they move you up from there to more involved projects. If you don’t have a home improvement center near you, I also suggest checking out the classes offerred by your community rec center or community colleges (especially the tech-trade workshops) they also have great classes for beginners.
Suggestion by duct tape
you can check out these sites.hope this helps…but remember safety first eye and ear protection….good luck with your projects
Suggestion by Rawstuff 007
Try the public library. They often have DVD’s on file. You may have to ask them to order them for you, but they are available.
Power tools are very dangerous, as you can imagine. One way to learn about them, is to “volunteer” with a renovation company for a few days or hours a week. They will teach you how to safely use power tools, in return for your free labor on job sites, maybe sweeping up, cleaning, helping to carry materials, etc.