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Using a Screwdriver
Andrea Crain gave me this mnemonic on how to remember which way to turn a screwdriver.
Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey
Of course this can apply to anything that you have to screw or unscrew but remember this only works for the more common Right Hand Thread. If it is a left handed thread then you have to do the opposite.
Andrea also came up with her own mnemonic on how to remember which way to turn the key when entering or leaving her apartment:
Left to Leave, Right to Return
Again this will be different if your lock configuration is the
reverse but at least it gives you an idea of how these
memory tricks can work. Thank you Andrea for your
contribution and if you have any mnemonics that are
suitable for children please do send them in.
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