National Worship Of Tools Day
National Worship of Tools Day is not a holiday that’s designed to be taken literally. You’re not supposed to actually go out there and worship the tools in your garage. What it is instead encouraging you to do is to take the time to inspect, clean, and ensure that your tools are in good working condition.
Too many people neglect their tools and instead leave them to rust or corrode in their toolboxes. Anyone who is dependent on their tools for working around the home or for earning a living will want to observe this holiday on March 11th every year.
Interesting Facts About Tools
If you think that you know everything about tools, then let us tell you that we might know a few facts that you don’t. The following facts are what we dug up to go along with this holiday, and we hope everyone reading about this holiday finds them to be as fascinating as we do.
- In 1818, the first milling machine was invented by Simeon North.
- The first electric hand drill was invented in Germany in 1895.
- A nail leaves a nail gun at a speed of over 1,400 feet per second.
- The first jigsaw was invented by adding a thin blade to a sewing machine.
- The first lathe was powered by steam.
Observing National Worship of Tools Day
As we said in our introductory statement, this holiday is best observed by making sure that your tools are in tip-top condition. You can also observe National Worship of Tools Day by going out and buying yourself some new tools.
After all, you deserve it. While you’re celebrating this holiday dedicated to tools, be sure to use the hashtag #NationalWorshipOfToolsDay on your social media posts.