How to Waterproof a Tent?
Guides | Tents & Shelters

How to Waterproof a Tent?

If you don’t see droplets forming on the surface of your tent when it comes in contact with water, or if liquid is leaking through it, it must not yet have been waterproofed, or you have used it too many times and it’s time for it to be reproofed. This article will reveal our best…

How to Test a Capacitor
Guides | Knives & Tools

How to Test a Capacitor

You’ll find that most of your home appliances have a capacitor. It’s important to know what to do when household equipment starts making noises that it’s not supposed to. If you know how to test a capacitor, then you’ll more than likely be able to find out the root of the problem. Our guide below…

How to Tie a Blood Knot
Guides | Safety & Survival

How to Tie a Blood Knot

Joining Two Fishing Lines Together Fly fishermen love using the Blood Knot because it binds, strengthens, and lengthens two separate pieces of fishing line. The Blood Knot is actually composed of two knots, each made by the two separate ends of the fishing line. These two knots are so compact they can go through many…

How to Measure Amps
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How to Measure Amps

Learning how to measure amps comes in handy when you are regularly working with electronics. If you should need to put in a new door bell ringer, you might have to do some adjustments with some wiring. You can’t know how much electric current is running through the wire just by looking at it, so…

How to Make a Tomahawk
Guides | Safety & Survival

How to Make a Tomahawk

How would you like to be able to make one of America’s oldest and most effective weapons that’s still in use today? The tomahawk has a long history and has been associated with Western civilization for centuries. Where does the name tomahawk come from? It’s an Algonquian word that could be spelled “tamahak” or “tamahakan.”…