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Hey- this is actually me~ Remodelaholic…. or Cassity!  How are you all?  I am on a roll!

We are having a tool giveaway…. Let me tell you a little bit about it!

Well, you all may not have ever taken a look into our garage… (if you have, you might be a bit appalled by the site- it is a work/storage mess zone) BUT if you got to sneak a peek, you would know that we are tool junkies.

There is no way of denying it.

We have a lot of tools… and many more on the wish list.

I am every bit as bad as Justin (my very own Mr. Remodelaholic himself), if we think a tool might save some time, we usually buy it.   Because people we use these things all the time.  And every time we use a tool that saves us time, we are thankful!

This “tool junky-ness” can be good- great even, and bad, because sometimes space is at a premium.  So, when we are able to find a tool that is compact and multi functional we are all for it.

So, we were excited when Black and Decker contacted us to try out their Ratcheting ReadyWrench without a penny spent- we gained a new tool, just to try it out!  SCORE!  I love BLOGLAND!

This baby has 16 socket sizes in one… and you know you that in those big huge box sets, you always lose the one size you need or use the most. So, this is perfect for storage, use and convenience.

Here are some great ways to use this baby:

And I am sure that there are many more ways that you can find this tool useful.

Funny side note, just the other day my husbands friend was brain storming up a great idea for a tool.  He was thinking about a wrench that would ratchet instead of take it off  and adjusting it every time you had to turn the nut.  This conversation was literally only weeks before we received this in the mail.  How cool was that to be talking about it and then receiving it in the mail.  If only I could do that with other things… I have a list..

We are always excited about single tools with multi functions.  Instead of pulling out many different tools to find the right size how about grabbing one and only having one to put back.

  Enter the giveaway and you will have the chance to will this all-in-one tool to try it for yourself FREE!!

Here are the simple rules.
You can leave up to three comments for this giveaway!!!

1.  Leave a comment on this post about how you will use this tool.

2.  Leave a comment with a link of your favorite project seen on Remodelaholic and copy the link in the comment box.

3.  Leave a comment tell us what kind of projects you like seeing the most on Remodelaholic!  (We will see if we can grant some wishes our self!)

Good Luck!
The giveaway will stay opened until Friday, January 14th at 5:00 PM CST.
The winner will be announced within a few days.
The giveaway is for participants in the Continental US only.


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  1. >Not having a very motivated handy hubs, I'm learning stuff on my own, so I'm sure I'd find a use for it soon. If anything, I could have used it when putting together *Santa's* bikes he left for my 3 older kiddos;).

  2. >I'd love to see more tutorials on how to do things, like how to measure, cut and attach moldings. How to refinish furniture. How to get a *factory finish* with paint. Etc.

  3. >I'm not the tool savvy one in our household but I have a feeling this will come in handy when we change out the utility tub in our laundry closet.

  4. >I would give this to my hubby so he can get rid of some of the hand-me-down tools that are scattered around our garage…

  5. >My favorite projects you guys do are the ones that show me how easy some of the daunting home improvement tasks are. I have a tendency to say (out loud mind you): hey, I could do that!

  6. >I'm now a single Mom and find myself with no tools. The first thing I'd use it on is changing the (rusted) outside faucet so that I can actually use a hose to water the plants again! 🙂

  7. >I think my favorite project so far has been the House of Smith's pantry. I can't find the link for some reason, and I bookmarked it from their site directly, but I'm sure this was the first place I saw it!

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  8. >My favorite posts are those that show repurposing items (like making the headboard), or refinishing items to make them look amazing. Thanks so much for the inspiration! 🙂

  9. >I have been reading DIY blogs gallore getting the guts and know-how to "do it [my]self." I've got so many projects on the list and practically no tools 🙁 Just starting a family (wife, 2 yr old and 9 month old) and a new home (well 2 years in a 35 year old house) a tool like this would be a Godsend!

  10. >

    This is one of my favorite posts! I love building things and this was a perfect post!

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