DIY Starter Kit Guide
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Toolkits are the best bang for your buck! Invest in tool kits that share batteries so that all your tools are streamlined and charging several batteries at once isn't a headache.
Pocket Hole Kits
Pocket Hole Kits are the best investment if you’re looking to create high-quality wood builds in your home. They are easy to use and elevate your building skills, so much so, that you’re friends will wonder “how did you build that?!”
A Jigsaw is an absolute staple for any DIY Kit. We recommend cordless to give you the freedom to work!
*Batteries not included
A Palm Sander is a tool you’ll keep using time and time again. It’s an absolute necessity and a DIY staple for everything from crafting to big wood builds.
Clamps are a great investment and help with any kind of DIY project from crafting to building. Start building a collection, but for now, here’s a great affordable suggestion to get you started!
Multi-tools are a great item to have in your DIY tool bag. Not only are the multi-functional, but will save you in many situations.
A must have!
Stay organized with these helpful products!
Being organized will not only help you keep all your DIY items in check, but can increase your productivity and...sanity!
Scissors. If you’re going to own a pair, own a pair that does more for you.
PROTECT YOUR EARS! Using power tools can be damaging to your ears over time. While there are lots of great industry favorites to protect you, we like to keep it more multi-functional and use noise cancelling headphones you can use on a daily and while you’re getting your DIY on. Plus, who doesn’t like listening to tunes while you work?