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060: Ryobi's New Air Strike Nailers and an Ingenious Patio Table

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Woodworking projects require the right tools.
For example, if you’re installing base board molding or casings around doors/windows having a nailer can save you a ton of time.
Unfortunately you’d have to buy a gun and air compressor.
Ryobi’s new Air Strike Nailers solve that issue.
I’m not saying they’re cheap, but the convenience could be worth it.
Carrying a compressor, hose, and set of brad nailers can get tiring and a bit dangerous.
The Air Nailers are powered by an 18 Volt battery and you get the following 
-18-gauge brad nailer that drives 5/8” to 2” brad nails 
-16-gauge finish nailer that drives 3/4” to 2 1/2” finish nails
-1 18V Lithium-ion battery and a dual chemistry charger
The only thing missing is a bag, really wish they provided one!
Check out the Home Depot for the deal I mention
or this limited time link within the Home Depot site
The Internet # for this combo kit over on Home Depot is #205558928
Do you need a new picnic table?
Maybe you’re looking to build something that can help with entertaining, well I found this awesome project over at 
They show you how to build a patio table with built-in ice boxes
The complete build instructions are there along with the materials and supply lists.
I’m here to say that this is one of the coolest picnic tables I’ve ever seen.
You’ve gotta check it out just to see the genius behind the construction.
Do you need to learn how to unclog your kitchen sink?
No problem, all you need is a hand auger and detective skills.
Most clogs in kitchen sinks are from the p-trap being obstructed.
Two slip nuts hold the p-trap to the sink drain and wall pipe. Turn those slip nuts counterclockwise to remove them and pull the p-trap down into a bucket. Tap the trap on the buck to remove the clog. 
If this isn’t the problem you can use a hand auger to clear out the wall pipe. Feed the hand auger down into the wall pipe until you hit the clog. Lock the auger in place and spin the auger clockwise. Then pull the auger from the wall along with the clog. 
I hope these tips help you unclog your kitchen sink and save the call to a plumber.
IMO the Ridgid hand auger is awesome and you should check it out
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