Workshop Shopping at Walmart? You'll be AMAZED at the Woodworking Tools I Found There!

Workshop Shopping at Walmart? You'll be AMAZED at the Woodworking Tools I Found There!

Does Walmart have tools and accessories available that we can actually use in our workshop? That’s the question I had before visiting my local Walmart. I was pleasantly surprised by looking just a little deeper than I normally would at a Big Box Store like Lowes or Home Depot. In this video I scavenge the shelves of Walmart to find 12 really unique items that I had no idea Walmart carried.

All 12 of these woodworking accessories and tools were purchased for less than $100! Join Bryan as he explores these interesting tools he discovered at his local Wally World!

To explore any of the tools shown in this video, please visit these affiliate links:

Fiskars Cutting Surface –
Husky Razor Knife –
Woodpeckers 12 Inch Ruler (I used a 6 inch in the video) –
4 Inch Mini Quick Clamp –
12 Inch Bessey Quick Clamp –
Spiral Bound Graph Paper –
1 Quart Mixing Container –
5 Quart Mixing Container (these are a little steep on price, I would go to Walmart!) –
3 Piece Magnetic Retrieval Set –
Venom Steel Workshop Wipes –
Dritz Awl –
Center Hole Punch –
Magnetic Scratch/Scribe Awl (similar to what I have) –
Chip Brushes (100% Pure Bristles!) –
Folding Hex Key Set –
Titebond Original –
Titebond II –
Titebond III –
Titebond Quick and Thick –
Titebond Dark –
Extendable Magnetic Telescoping Flashlight/Pickup Tool –
1 Inch “Basic” Foam Brushes –
Romantic Walks T-Shirt –


  1. Ted James on February 21, 2023 at 5:41 am

    Well, you gave it your awl!

  2. Louis Landi on February 21, 2023 at 5:46 am

    I’ve seen cutting mats in other shops but did not have a source. Just compared Walmart to Amazon and Walmart has the lowest price.
    This was a very useful episode. Thank you!

  3. Gayle Williams on February 21, 2023 at 5:51 am

    I always enjoy your videos. I learn a lot. Thanks! I see you have the same Jet drum sander I have. Could you do a video on changing the sand paper? I have such a hard time changing it. I can’t seem to get it tight enough. It hits the top and doesn’t last very long. Help!!!! 🥵

  4. Jackie Fernandez on February 21, 2023 at 5:52 am

    God, I love this dude. Thanks for the videos!

  5. Toby Tootimes on February 21, 2023 at 5:52 am

    You need to “accidentally “ knock that Ryobi drill press off the bench and put it out of it’s misery. Kind of like the leg lamp in A Christmas Story.

  6. Bob Tanner on February 21, 2023 at 5:54 am

    I have that 20 volt line up they have just as good quality. As porter cable and better line than craftsman too. A trim router and the battery. Trim router. This set has cost me allot less than those if you watch the sales and clearance aisle. check the hyper tough tools beats black and decker, porter cable and I have a bower trimmer and a lawnmower all on the same battey. And get the battery with every tool. Have not broke either set of tools. Have one set in the basement one in the garage and the other that travels. Investing in porter cable Stanley line worst decision I ever made.

  7. Scratch Makraken on February 21, 2023 at 5:54 am

    Those are my preferred foam brushes too!

  8. Scott Morris on February 21, 2023 at 5:56 am

    I have used the cheap bristle brushes to apply poly, and they worked as well as other brushes. At the third coat of poly, I have smooth finish.

  9. rod potts on February 21, 2023 at 5:59 am

    thank you.

  10. steelsunpi on February 21, 2023 at 6:07 am

    Those tiny clamps: I’ve got some of another brand. Used them today to hold the stop block on my miter saw. Easy.

  11. SaddleBitPiper on February 21, 2023 at 6:13 am

    You can also reuse the wooden handles of the basic foam brushes for things like dowls or or handmade hand tools like micro files or scribe tools using an old nail or screw with the heads cut off and press-fit or epoxies into the ends.

  12. Mike C on February 21, 2023 at 6:15 am

    I just hate when I can’t find the complicated brushes! Thanks for another fun video!

  13. Griffin Woodworks on February 21, 2023 at 6:16 am

    My wife gets one of those monthly box deals with makeup and girly crap in it. They send a package of makeup remover wipes nearly every month and that’s what I’ll use when I’m working on my cars. You’d be surprised how well they work for automotive grease, grime and oil on your hands. 7:15

  14. Todd Parker on February 21, 2023 at 6:25 am

    I’ve picked a few items up from Wally World, too. I’m going to get one of those cutting mats. I always enjoy these types of videos. Maybe make a series on obscure stores for "tools", dollar stores, etc. Have a Happy New Year and nothing but continued success.

  15. Eric Erf on February 21, 2023 at 6:27 am

    Thanks for another good video. Wondering- not knowing where you are located but hearing you speak of the cold….have you given thought to insulating your shop? I guess that would be a lot of work as it’s big and you probably would have to board it up…but you’re young…a bit at a time and spread the cost out?

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