How to use BOENTOOLS products

BOENTOOLS products are designed to provide users with an efficient and convenient tool experience.

Here are the basic instructions for using the product:

Using Socket Tool Set


  •  Identify the part that needs repair.
  •  Select the appropriate socket tool set, including sockets, wrenches, extension bars, etc.
Safety Measures:
  • Wear safety gloves and protective goggles to ensure safe operation.

Diagnostic Check:

  • Thoroughly inspect the area that requires repair, ensuring an understanding of necessary tools and procedures.

Tool Selection:

  • Choose the correct-sized sockets and wrenches to match the size of the nuts or bolts.

Tool Positioning:

  • Insert the socket onto the wrench and position it on the nut or bolt, ensuring a snug fit.

Loosening Fasteners:

  • Rotate the wrench counterclockwise to loosen the nut or bolt. If needed, employ impact accessories to handle stubborn fasteners.

Disassembly of Components:

  • Once the fastener is loose, proceed to disassemble the components that require replacement or maintenance.

Using a Torque Wrench:

  • If precise torque is necessary, use a torque wrench and adjust the torque value according to the manufacturer's specifications.

Installation of New Components:

  • Utilize the socket tool set to install new components, ensuring all fasteners are securely tightened.

Inspection and Adjustment:

  • Inspect all work, ensuring proper installation of components. Recheck torque values using a torque wrench.


  • Conduct a brief test to ensure the repair work functions correctly.


  • Select the Proper Socket Adapter/Drill Bit Adapter:

Select the correct receptacle adapter from the set of receptacle adapters, making sure it accommodates the size of the nut or bolt required for the job.

  • Insert the socket adapter:

Insert the socket adapter of choice into the socket of a screwdriver, wrench or ratchet, or air tool, power tool or drive tool. Make sure the outlet adapter is fully seated in the outlet.

  • Choose the Correct Socket Head:

Select the appropriate size receptacle head on the receptacle adapter to accommodate the nut or bolt you are working with.

  • Align fasteners:

Align the socket head with the nut or bolt that needs to be tightened or removed.

  • Counterclockwise to loosen or clockwise to tighten:

Turn the tool counterclockwise to loosen the nut or bolt, or clockwise to tighten, as needed.

  • Check Tightness:

After completing tightening or removal, use a hand wrench or torque wrench to check the suitability of the fasteners.

  • Store neatly:

After use, store the tools in the socket adapter set neatly to ensure easy use next time.

Safety First: Use safety equipment and ensure the work area is secure.
Correct Tools: Use the right-sized and type of sockets and wrenches.
Avoid Excessive Force: Prevent over-tightening or excessive force to avoid tool or fastener damage.
Follow Manufacturer Guidelines: Adhere to the repair manual and recommendations.
Proper Maintenance: Regularly clean and maintain socket tools to ensure performance and longevity.