Dual Gear Rechargeable Screwdriver
Always start with a punch on the surface; a simple punching tool and a hammer will get the job done. This will prevent the slippage of the
driller from the planned point, let the drill bit bite into the planned groove.
Next comes pre-drilling. We recommend you always pre-drill your surface. It prevents splitting of the ends if you’re working with wood, gives the nail more room to guide through the surface.
Once the hole is done, clear the dust which is stuck to the drill bit to prevent dulling of the bit; if the Dual Gear Rechargeable Screwdriver slips off, maybe it’s time you replace it with a new one and continue your work. Working with dull equipment can indirectly damage the project you are working on.