5 Tips to take care of your power tools

Here are some tips to help you do that:

  1. Use the right tool for the job – Using a power tool for a job it is not designed for can damage it and cause it to wear out faster. Always make sure you are using the right tool for the job.
  2. Keep Them Clean: Clean your power tools regularly, especially after using them. Dust, debris, and moisture can damage the tool’s internal parts, reducing performance and reducing tool life.
  3. Lubricate moving parts: Regular lubrication of moving parts such as gears, bearings, and motor can help reduce friction, prevent wear, and extend the life of your power tools.
  4. Store them properly: When not in use, store your power tools in a dry, safe place. Keep away from moisture and extreme temperatures, which can damage tool components
  5. Perform regular maintenance: Follow the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule for your power tools. Regular maintenance, such as replacing worn parts and cleaning filters, can help extend the life of the tool.