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These Standard Features On Your Tape Measures Are Tricks You Never Knew About

Written by the MarlonWayans.tv editorial team
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It’s always good to have a handyman in the house. You might think you know all the tips and tricks when it comes to building and woodwork, but these four measuring tricks might surprise you!
Every measuring tape has a little hole found at the front of the tape. This isn’t just for aesthetics. The little hole is actually used as a screw grab. If you don’t have an extra set of hands around you can attach this to the head of a screw to hold the tape in place.
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It’s always good to have a handyman in the house. You might think you know all the tips and tricks when it comes to building and woodwork, but these four measuring tricks might surprise you!
Every measuring tape has a little hole found at the front of the tape. This isn’t just for aesthetics. The little hole is actually used as a screw grab. If you don’t have an extra set of hands around you can attach this to the head of a screw to hold the tape in place.
If you don’t have a pencil or marker around then you can use the serrated edge instead! Just scrape the metal onto the surface you are working on to create a mark.
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If you don’t have a pencil or marker around then you can use the serrated edge instead! Just scrape the metal onto the surface you are working on to create a mark.
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