Contrary to popular belief, there are very many other tools that every DIY will need beyond a silky saw that everyone seems to have in their DIY paraphenalia. Luckily, there are so many solutions out there that will make you a very handy DIYer in no time, especially when you want to have professional-looking results after using the silky saw. Without any further ado, ensure you add the following DIY tools to your workshop assuming you already have a silky saw.
Every woodwork project will need to have that professional finish if the work is to be presentable and aesthetically appealing. One DIY tool you will find indispensable is the sander which you will use after your silky saw cuts the angles and just before you apply varnish or paint. As always, ensure you invest your time and effort in finding the best sanding material the market has to offer.
You also need to have professional measuring tools if you are to use your silky saw effectively in getting those accurate angles. You will find professional measuring tools indispensable when you are creating made-to-measure items. If not for anything else, the measurements will help ensure you buy only the materials that you need; thus saving money in the process. What do you do after you have used your silky saw, cut accurate angles, made an item and need to install it in its rightful place? You need to invest in the level gauge to ensure you get to make an aesthetically appealing and proportional installation. This level gauge is used when you want to straighten up and have all installations leveled especially when dealing with uneven surfaces.
Still on matters to do with unevenness, you can bet an uneven edge can significantly affect what you end up with on your project. A sure bet at this juncture is to invest in an angle grinder that will ensure the edges are evened out to perfection. Also worth mentioning is to invest in a glue gun particularly if you will be working with plastic and textile materials.
Any DIY working with wood and metal will also find a drill indispensable, especially when looking to ensure the screw holes are straight and accurate. The best thing about the drill is its versatility, which can come in handy when installing a fence around your home or when hanging items and pictures on the walls. Last but not least, ensure you include a staple gun/nail gun, a screwdriver or a utility knife in your list of DIY tools to complete your paraphenalia and have very successful projects you will be proud of.