Home DIY: Top 5 Essential Rotary Tools You Can’t Be Without

On September 3, 2018 by Himanshu

You may be surprised to learn that the first power tool was actually invented in 1895 by a German company called C&E Fein. It may have taken another 20 years for a true handheld drill to appear but that’s still probably earlier than you thought!

Of course, power tools have come a long way since then! Potentially one of the best advancements that have occurred is the introduction of the rotary tool.

These are tools that have a spinning end and can accept a multitude of different attachments; allowing them to be extremely versatile.

When you mention rotary tools you probably thin, of the small handheld polishers and buffers. Perhaps the most famous brand is Dremel, but there are many other brands which can do the job just as well. Take a look at this offering from Kawasaki as illustrated by Rotary Tools Guy.

However, rotary tools come in all shapes and sizes; here are 5 you should have at home today:

  1. Buffer

Buffer
Having clean and polished floors makes your home a more comfortable place and less appealing to pests.

But, you don’t need to sweep, vacuum and scrub on your hands and news.

Instead get a rotary buffer which will polish any floor surface (except carpet) effortlessly for you.

  1. Razor

Razors
You may not have considered the implement that you use almost every day to remove unwanted hair. The truth is many razors actually use rotary mechanisms to spin the blades and give you the closer cut possible.

You can’t deny it’s an essential item!

  1. Rotary Hoe

Rotary Hoe
It’s time to invest in a rotary hoe. It’s a much better use of your time; instead of spending hours tending to your garden preparing it for the next flowers or even vegetables.

You’ll find the job much easier, regardless of what condition the soil is in.

You can even get rotary powered shears, hedge trimmers and cultivators to make your life easier and the experience less painful for your back.

  1. Cordless Drill/Driver

Cordless Drill
If you do any form of DIY at home you need a drill/driver.

There are some excellent offerings available that use lithium battery technology. These can give you nearly as much power as a corded drill and the flexibility of going anywhere.

The drill part is for creating holes while the driver allows you to put screws in anywhere. With swappable bits, this is one of the most versatile and practical options on the market today.

  1. Irrigation

Smart Sprinkler
When you’re lucky enough to be enjoying hot sunshine you need to be able to keep your plants, grass and even crops alive. A sprinkler system is the best way to do this.

But did you realize that the majority of these actually use rotary technology? This is what enables them to spin round and cover all your garden; making them a genuine necessity!

Rotary tools really are everywhere in daily life and their presence is likely to increase. Get these tools now and make your life easier!

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