by Garrick Stubblefield
When I come across a helpful hint or interesting fact here or there, I’d like to share it with you all, our readers. Let’s jump right in with one.
If possible, picture a screwdriver tool. It can be flat-head or Phillips, doesn’t matter, so long as its the kind with the handle with ridges down the grip.
Turn it so you’re holding it by the steel tip part, considering the ridges down the grip; now ponder their purpose. If you’ve never heard this, now you know: the ridges fit inside a wrench tool, so you can get extra torque in your turn. This will help you tighten without plastic stripping issues!
Hope it was helpful, and I’ll let you know when I find more.