Trimmer

How To : Replace the line on a STIHL trimmer Head

In this video, we learn how to replace the line on a STIHL trimmer head. First, remove the spool from the head by stopping the engine and cutting attachment first. Then, grasp the body and insert your thumb into the tab on the head, then rotate around and press on the second t ...more

How To : Use a Fiskars paper trimmer

This Arts & Crafts How-to video gives a demonstration and product review of the Fiskars Portable Paper Trimmer, used in scrapbooking, card making and other paper craft projects. Learn how to use the Fiskars paper trimmer to make any paper crafting project easier.

How To : Replace a trimmer line

Trimmers, or as some people call them weed-whackers, need one important piece for it to work properly: the trimming line, of course. This helps cut off pieces of unwanted grass or weeds with just one single swipe and is easy to replace. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to ...more

How To : Replace a primer bulb on a Stihl FS110 trimmer

In this tutorial, we learn how to replace a primer bulb on a Stihl FS110 trimmer. First, remove the screws around the top cover. After this, remove the bolts around the bulb on the trimmer as well. Once you take this out, replace the bulb with a new one. You may need to blast ...more

How To : Use and maintain a laminate trimmer

Power tools for trimming wood. Learn how to use a laminate trimmer in this free woodworking from an expert carpenter. Part 1 of 15 - How to Use and maintain a laminate trimmer. Use and maintain a laminate trimmer - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvilla ...more

How To : Start a STIHL trimmer or brush cutter

In this tutorial, we learn the proper way to start a STIHL trimmer. Before you begin, make sure you are wearing the proper protection gear. Next, check the fuel level, throttle trigger, stop switch, cutting tool, and harness. Everything should be tightened and in good starting ...more

How To : Replace trimmer fuel lines

Replacing a fuel line, is a common practice when it comes to dealing with outdoor tools and equipment. In this tutorial, you'll be focusing on a trimmer fuel line. It's a difficult task that can take some time to complete, but the end result will be a much more efficient worki ...more

How To : Use a string trimmer

A string trimmer is a useful tool for maintaining your lawn. Learn how to use it correctly and safely with this tutorial. Another name for this tool is a weed whacker.

How To : Use bent handled trimmers

Learn how to use bent handled trimmers: Kenneth D. King of ThreadBanger Quickies and NextNewNetworks explain how to use bent handled trimmers for working with fabric projects. Bent handled trimmers are great for cutting out fabric patterns and designs. The scissor itself slide ...more

How To : Use an electric grass trimmer

In this landscaping video series, learn how to use an electric grass trimmer from expert Jon Olson. Jon will give you general safety precautions and electrical requirements for edging your lawn with an electric grass trimmer. Part 1 of 15 - How to Use an electric grass trimmer ...more

How To : Replace the starter to an Echo trimmer

Knowing how to pull something apart and how to put it back together is important when owning any kind of mechanical tools. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to replace the starter to an Echo trimmer. This video makes the job much easier for you and will ensure that you hav ...more

How To : Replace the starter to your trimmer easily

There's nothing worse than preparing to work on your yard and finding out that one of your most important tools is busted. A broken starter on your trimmer can lead to a bad day for anybody. But with this tutorial, replacing it can be easy to do and will have you out in the ya ...more

How To : Shave pubic hair for men

The pubic area is a very, very tricky area, when trying to shave and so in this video, Dan and Jennifer from Ask Dan and Jennifer try to supply some useful tips and tricks for this delicate operation. First, you need the proper tools. These include, Dan and Jennifer say, a goo ...more

How To : Store your lawn equipment on your garage walls

Home improvement expert Danny Lipford provides tips to help organize your garage. Watch this video tutorial to see how to store your lawn equipment on your garage walls. An important step in organizing your garage is to store large tools—like rakes, shovels, and wheelbarrows— ...more

How To : 5 Cheap Life Hacks for Organizing Your Bathroom

There comes a time in relationships when two people decide to move in together, and when this happens, you learn two things: Your perfect, wonderful, adorable significant other is a disgusting, messy pig. Your significant other thinks the same about you. So how do you make s ...more

How To : Keep flowered edges neat using an edger

If you have a beautiful Annual flower bed or a formal bed with lawn on one side you'll want a clean edge between the two. It not only looks nice but keeps weeds from encroaching into the bed helping reduce maintenance. There are several ways to create a nice edge to your beds. ...more

How To : Trim your beard

Unless you're actively going for that caveman look, it's a good idea to keep your beard in good trim. Otherwise, good luck finding a decent loincloth and club these days. . . You will need a beard in need of trimming, a mirror, a pair of barber's scissors, a wide toothed beard ...more

How To : Make window cards

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make window cards. Supplies needed are trimmer with scoring blade, Fiskars templates, Fiskars ultra shape xpress, glitter, cardstock and embellishments. Take a 81/2 x 6 inch cardstock , score the center at 3” mark an ...more

How To : Make handmade treat boxes

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make handmade treat boxes. Materials needed for this project are trimmer with scoring blade, PDF template, cardstock, scissors, Fiskars fingertip craft knife, Fiskars templates, Fiskars ultra shape Xpress, decorative s ...more

How To : Grow a beard

Looking to dress up that nakes chin with a little hair this winter? Keep your face warm and toasty with a beard you can be proud of. In this tutorial, get tips on how to grow the best beard in town. You Will Need: • Commitment • Shampoo • Conditioner • Beard trimmer or ra ...more

How To : Trim your beard from 3" to 1/2"

November is officially Movember, a month that brings light to men's health issues, especially prostate cancer. "Mo" is the Australian slang for mustache, which is appropriate because during November the quest of Movember is to have guys lay off the shaving for a month and grow ...more

How To : Make quick cuttlebug cards

In order to make cuttlebug cards, you will need the following: cuttlebugs, ribbons, two sided tape, a trimmer, and cardstock. You can find cuttlebugs at your local hobby or craft store. Place your cuttlebug, between cardstock and run it through a machine, in order to make the ...more

How To : Edit in Pro Tools

Bob and Brett guide you through the various editing tools available to you in Pro Tools - some covered are the trimmer and the selector. The key to remember is Pro Tools never removes audio, only edits. The second video in the editing series covers how to use the four edit mod ...more

How To : Give yourself a pedicure

Fancy feet are a must for sandals and peep-toe shoes. Pamper yourself with a pedicure that’s easy and gets you back on your feet in no time. You Will Need * Nail polish remover * Cotton balls or pads * Nail clippers * A nail file * A cuticle remover * A cuticle orange stick * ...more

How To : Prevent and treat ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails happen when the nails on your toes grow in the wrong direction and dig into the surrounding skin. Follow a few easy steps to treat this painful condition, and prevent it from happening again. You Will Need * Well-fitting shoes * A nail trimmer * A nail file * ...more

How To : Land a Nitro RC plane

First of all you have to loose the altitude by taking a circle or two around in the air. On the final turn make a good straight approach to runaway and don't use too much ‘ailerons’ then. Just use the controls ‘rudder’, ‘elevator’ and ‘throttle’. Also watch for the cars or the ...more

How To : Properly trim your dogs nails for their comfort

In this Pets & Animals video tutorial you will learn how to properly trim your dogs nails for their comfort. Materials that you will need are a high quality trimmer, nail file and styptic powder or pads. Begin by making yourself and your pet comfortable. Have the pet lay on th ...more

How To : Make a tri-shutter Halloween card

In order to make a Tri-Shutter Halloween Card, you will need the following: card stock, fishing line, ribbon, paper trimmer, printed/decorated paper, and adhesive. Cut a 4 by 5 piece of card stock. Score the card at 2 inches, 4 inches, 8 inches, and at 10 inches. Cut a slit f ...more

How To : Make a paper bag tag

In this how to video, you will learn how to make bag tags. You will need a tape runner, embellishments, elastic, a plastic bag, letters, cloud 9 rain dot eyelets, a trimmer, bits of card stock, and hole punches. First, cut the card stock and make it a square shape. Next, decor ...more

How To : Tone your body all over with SELF Magazine

There is not better way to get in shape than with the help of some fitness experts. In this how to video tutorial SELF Magazine shows you how to tone and sculpt your body with light weights. Watch as they demonstrates how to do the following exercises: allover toner, thigh tig ...more

How To : Make custom chipboard buttons for scrapbooking

In this video, we learn how to make custom chipboard buttons for scrapbooking. First, take a scrap of chipboard and use a circle trimmer to cut circles out. Cut circles out of patterned paper in different sizes using many different patterns. Now, apply glossy finish onto the p ...more

How To : Clean and sharpen garden tools

John White shows how to clean and sharpen your tools by using a file and WD40. He also advises to repair the wooden handles of your tools to prevent injury. Run the file along the back and sides of the shovel. Leave the front part smooth. Make sure you remove any mud to preven ...more

How To : Make pocket cards for Christmas & spring

This how to video shows you how to make a pocket card. You will need a trimmer with scoring blade, fiskars corner boarder punch, circle squeeze punch, 3 pieces of 12" x 12" card stock, small pieces of patterned card stock, tape, and embellishments. First, score the stock at 4" ...more

How To : Winterize your gas-powered tools & machines

Live in an area where you won't be needing your gas-powered tools for the winter? Such as your lawnmower, trimmer, and any other tools you need gas to operate. If you store them away for the winter and come back to use them during the spring time and realize your tools are act ...more

How To : Feed and mulch roses properly

This video shows you how to feed and mulch your roses properly. Choose a fertilizer that is labeled as being especially for roses. It will have the right balance of nitrogen for top growth, phosphorus, which stimulates the bloom, and potassium for root development. Video cove ...more

How To : Give yourself a manicure

More and more people are having regular manicures, and it's the sort of thing you can learn to do at home, This how to video shows a few simple rules that you can use to improve the appearance of your hands and nails. The basic equipment you'll need to complete the task are : ...more

How To : Identify problems with pecans & pruning grapevines

Master Gardener Rosamarie Maddox asks John White, Doña Ana County Extension Agent, about problems facing her pecans, grapevines, and native shrubs. An unidentified insect found on her pecan tree is identified by John White as a Twice Stabbed Ladybug. This ladybug is a useful i ...more

How To : Make your own greeting card

This video demonstrates how to make your own Greeting Cards at home. You will need the following: water color paint in bottles with sponge tip applicators and spray, ruler, adhesive, solid color paper stocks, patterned paper, a rubber stamp, stamp cleaning products, a bone fol ...more

How To : Make a two pocket card

In order to make a Two Pocket Card, you will need the following: double sided large card stock (8 x 4), precision trimmer, a ruler, tape, or glue, a pencil, and a ruler. Fold it in half, widthwise. Open it up and fold it lengthwise. Open it back up. Cut the card stock, using ...more

News : Cancer Patient Beg-Off

Have someone shave all the hair on their head, but make sure to do it badly. Intentionally miss patches of hair on the eyebrows and head, and make sure to try to get some razorburn for that obviously-just-shaved look. You could also use an electric hair trimmer to leave a litt ...more

How To : Prune roses and spot dead branches

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to prune roses. Users will need a pair of garden trimmers or cutters. Observe the rose stem and check to see if there are any thorns and if it has a black color. If it does, it needs to be cut. Then remove the mulch around the canes. W ...more

How To : Tune up a two cylinder engine on a power tool

The three parts you will need to successfully do a tune up on a two cycle engine are: an air filter, spark plug and a fuel filter. Follow the step by step process to complete the tune up your to mowers, trimmers, and other equipment so you can keep your engines running smoothl ...more

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