There are some dirty jobs in sanding: removing paint, sanding off blobs of hardened glue, or smoothing reclaimed lumber that's studded with fragments of nails. Belt sanders shine in these bad neighborhoods, so we tested five 3 x 21-inch models.
Seniorhelpline tests the best power tools for your home, garage, and lawn.
Our li-ion drill tests yielded some surprises. A pro model took top honors, but a homeowner model stole the show.
We put four tough pressure washers from Briggs & Stratton, Craftsman, Generac, and Ryobi through their paces.
Good for those times when you'd rather not inhale workshop dust for three hours—or just want to keep cool.
Thousands of psi of pressure holds these blades in place, making cuts easier, faster, and smoother.
Some fine technical adjustments will extend the life of this new tool.
The predator of power tools, an abrasive chop saw can cut nearly anything.
We've seen the future, and it's cordless. That's our verdict after testing these powerhouse drills.
Can any challenger could unseat the iconic slate-gray Dremel?