6 must follow rules for borrowing tools

Today we are talking about the right way to borrow tools. As a professional mechanic, I have loaned out tools for many many years. Most of the time this is not a big deal. In fact it’s great to be able to help a coworker or buddy out with the task at hand. Then there are the times when you loan something out and people get the dumb. Returning broken tools, NOT returning tools, borrowing the same tool over and over and over again. There is a certain etiquette when it comes to borrowing tools from someone.

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