As it is now getting chilly overnight I am looking for suggestions as to how to keep my glues from freezing without having to leave the shed heater on.
The obvious answer was to bring them indoors, however swmbo has just had a new kitchen fitted and my glues have been evicted.
+1 on the oil filled rad. Pop it on 20 mins before going to the shop and its warm and toasty and can be turned down so that it doesn't get overly hot.
Biggest upside is it substantially reduces the chance of anything catching fire.
I use the Stanley TLM99, which was a reasonable price and has done the job well. Not only does it do the usual measurements but it can also work out areas and volume.
As to accuracy it gives +/- 2mm, which for me was more than enough.
I am fortunate that the screwfix KF320 gloves fit my hands snugly and I tend to wear them most of the time when working in the shed. Not overly thick and thin enough to do most tasks without the need to take them off.