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Dremel 4000

Whether you're sanding, carving, engraving, cutting, polishing, or cleaning, you're going to want the Dremel 4000 ($80-$150). As Dremel's new top-of-the-line model, the 4000 is the company's best rotary tool yet, sporting a variable speed range of 5,000 to 35,000 rotations per minute, compatibility with all Dremel accessories, new motor technology to provide more feel with less effort, electronic feedback control to ensure consistent power, a 360-degree grip zone with pencil-grip nose cap, a separate on/off switch and speed dial, and more.

  • Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint

    Forget trying to figure out which paint to use for your next project — just pick up a can of Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint ($10) and go. The first and only all-surface spray paint, Universal features a new paint formula that adheres to any interior or exterior surface, including wood, metal, plastic, concrete and more, expands and contracts with changing temperatures to reduce cracking and chipping, offer's the company's legendary corrosion resistance and rust preventive protection, and provides superior one-coat coverage, so you can tag buildings finish your project with less paint and in less time.

  • Maine Guide Duct Tape

    We all know how handy duct tape is, but even we grow tired of its old grey look. Maine Guide Duct Tape ($13/2-pack) solves this problem by adding a stately green or red plaid pattern to the legendary fix-all, and while it's supposed to be for "sportsmen," we think it'll work just as well for fashion-conscious homeowner handymen.