I'm building some doors for the extension this week.
It's a fairly enjoyable job and good to make something nice for us for a change, I'll do a post on the doors once they're all made and hung. I'm just making a batch of six 4 panel 1950's style doors at the moment and maybe some more when I start work on the downstairs.
|Routers and Squares|
But one of the reasons it enjoyable is that I have the right kit for the job, I've been doing this sort of thing for 15 years now and have a fair selection of tools.
I also have some duplicates of some important things as well and this can come in real handy.
Like in the picture above, two big routers set up with the bits I need to make a door. Otherwise I'd have to change bits and reset each one for each door! This way is much quicker and not so frustrating!
This got me thinking. Now I know the rule of prepping "three is two, two is one, one is none".
What do you have multiples of that make your life easier? for example I have three wheelbarrows here, one is never enough!
What do you have to keep a spare just so you could carry on with your day to day life with?
What do you keep a spare of for emergencies?