Originally Posted by MARTINSR
Dave, I have thought just the opposite that the air tools are saving hands. I figured the repetitive twisting of my hand spinning off and on bolts with a ratchet did a lot more harm. But you could be right.
Brian - something from the nanny country
which might be an interesting read for those that have 'cold hands' (and not what your other half complains about either). I know my hands get cold, but nowhere near what this says.
And what I'm working on - working on the tiling in the master bathroom, then off to a neighbor's 50th anniversary get together.
That tile job has become a large boulder hanging over my head - it's only a 7' long by 2' wide counter top and wrap around back splash, but my wife chose 3/8" thick x13.5x13.5 porcelain tile which is a bear to cut (already wiped out one blade). Then when that's done, need to spray the vanity drawers and repaint the rest of the room plus install new moldings. A 2 week project that's well into 2 MONTHS
. Glad we have 2 bath rooms