How to store a stainless steel screwdriver
A stainless steel tool, even one that’s not quite as bad as a pair of scissors, is a good thing, experts say.
But if you want to store it for extended periods of time, you should consider a different tool, such as a screwdriver.
“It’s nice to be able to carry a tool around for extended times, but I would say that a screw driver is a better option than a razor blade or a screw,” said Eric Klin, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan.
“You can get more use out of the screwdriver than the razor blade.”
“A razor blade is more flexible and you can shave off small bits of metal with a razor,” said David Zweig, an associate professor of industrial design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“It’s also very fast, which can make it a good tool for chopping wood or grinding concrete.
It’s also lightweight and can be carried in a pocket or purse.””
You can also use a screw to remove the bolt that holds the screw to the screw head,” said Klin.
“The way that it works is that you can push the screw out of its position and then use the screw as a tool to get out the bolt.”
If you want more options, you can find a pair or a few.
There are also a variety of sizes available, but they can be pricey.
A standard screwdriver measures about two inches wide, 1.5 inches long and 0.5-inch in diameter.
A “C” size is 2.5 and a “H” size 2.7 inches wide and 0