Why Every DIY'er needs a Stud Finder？
Stud finders are great for locating the studs behind your walls. The tried-and-true “tap and guess” method might work in a pinch, but how many holes do you really want in your wall? That's why a stud finder is so crucial. Grabbing the Tavool stud finder can help eliminate some of the frustration and repainting that comes from less modern methods.
Would you prefer clear knowing certain structure inside the walls or ceilings first, before you start a home project such as hanging pictures, mounting your new TV or renovating your house? A clear wall scanning can reduce unnecessary losses and damages, and Tavool stud finder should be one of helpful tools you certainly need. Tavool stud finder can make difference when you want a simple and successful DIY home project.
Step 1: Calibrate the device before every scan
After choose the mode, press and hold the scan button (on the side) to calibrate it. Wait until the reducing bars disappear completely and the beep sounds, and then the calibration is completed.
Note: If you want a stud mode, calibrate it on the wall where you want to detect; For AC/Metal mode, please hold it in the air to calibrate it.
Step 2: Scan the wall
Hold down the button, then move the stud finder along the wall slowly. You should re-calibrate it when the scanner gets a shake or lift accidentally
The narrow on the screen together with the beep signal changing, would direct you to find the exact location of the targets.
Tips: If the scanning doesn’t work well, please switch to a proper depth mode, re-calibrate and scanning again for a better location
Step 3: Find the location of the stud
When the signal bar is full and the beep alarm is loudest, it means you find the center of an object. Mark it with your pencil.
Then you can switch to the Metal Scan mode to test whether it is a metal. You could also confirm the metal with the magnet at bottom of this device. If not a metal, it indicates that you find the center of a stud. Then you can drill it to hang something
Tips: For a more accurate metal location range, you can re-calibrate the device at the edge you’ve marked and then scan again.